THE EXPONENT

Search progressing for new School of Business dean

Hannah Loewenthal, Contributing Writer

April 5, 2018

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As the spring 2018 semester comes to a close at Baldwin Wallace University, so does the search for a new dean for the School of Business, which the University is hoping to have filled by the end of the semester. 

CRCC partnership offers variety of resources to community

Emma Selmon, Senior Editor

April 5, 2018

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As conversations regarding sexual misconduct continue both nationally and at Baldwin Wallace University, a variety of resources are available to the entire campus community through the Cleveland Rape Crisis Center (CRCC).

Going for Gold

Going for Gold

April 5, 2018

BW adds Masters program in science teaching

Liz Smrdel, Contributing Writer

March 5, 2018

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Baldwin Wallace University’s Education Department will introduce a Master of Arts in Education in Science Teaching to begin in May of 2018.  

BW’s Campus Kitchen marks two years of community involvement

Courtney Hoffner, Contributing Writer

March 5, 2018

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For over 30 years, the Center for Community Engagement at Baldwin Wallace University has made its mark in the Berea community and across the United States. The department strives to empower students to become contributing and compassionate citizens of an increasingly global society, one of the key components of Baldwin Wallace’s Mission Statement.  

‘Con Council’ hosts student-faculty forum

Emma Selmon, Senior Editor

March 5, 2018

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Conservatory students are taking initiative to call attention to concerns they have about their school. 

BW sports management major works Super Bowl

Courtney Hoffner, Contributing Writer

March 5, 2018

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The Baldwin Wallace University sports management program offers much more than just the usual classroom curriculum. For the sixth year in a row, BW students had the opportunity to attend one of the most significant sporting event in the country: The Super Bowl. 

Sororities struggling to meet higher recruitment totals

Greg Watson, Managing Editor

March 5, 2018

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With Baldwin Wallace University setting chapter recruitment totals higher than usual this semester, some sororities on campus are finding it hard to remain in good standing with their international headquarters. 

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