‘Emotionally driven’ dance concert portrays 9/11 news coverage

Grant Strlich-Waybright, Contributing Writer

February 28, 2019

This year’s dance concert, fyoo zh en ’19: The Shock of the News, used physical movement to illustrate serious and personal topics relating to media’s portrayal of events and its consequences.

Two students named semi-finalists for prestigious Fulbright award; last BW winner came in 2005

Hanna Walker, Managing Editor

February 28, 2019

Two Baldwin Wallace seniors have been named semi-finalists in the competition for a Fulbright Scholarship—an award which only four BW students have ever won in the University’s history.

CIG talk urges female entrepreneurs to pursue their goals and dreams

Julie Simmons, Associate Editor

February 28, 2019

“When purpose comes knocking, you have to answer the door,” Haley Hoffman Smith said to a room of Baldwin Wallace students, faculty, and community members at the most recent CIG talk held by the BW Center for Innovation and Growth in partnership with the School of Business.

Group to perform traditional Irish music as part of World Music Series

Mackenzie O'Brien, Staff Writer

February 28, 2019

With St. Patrick’s Day around the corner, the Celtic sound of the season is scheduled to come to Baldwin Wallace this month.

Entrepreneurship minor aims to broaden appeal

Diamond Green-Phillips, Contributing Writer

February 16, 2019

When people hear the word “entrepreneurship,” they may think it is only for business majors or that it is heavily related to math.

Burrell Observatory lecture to explore future of space travel

Sydney Sallee, Associate Editor

February 16, 2019

While we may not have flying cars and robot butlers yet, space travel to other solar systems may be happening sooner rather than later.

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