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Informing the  Berea and Baldwin Wallace University Communities Since 1913

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Acrobats from the Zuzu African Acrobat Troupe perform their final trick.

Zuzu African Acrobats Entertain BW Audience

Cailtin Sukalac, Feature Editor
March 5, 2015
BW Teams Up With Generation of Study Abroad

BW Teams Up With Generation of Study Abroad

Cailtin Sukalac, Features Editor
January 30, 2015
Steven Vaccarro received the national “Outstanding Leader of Tomorrow” award from fraternity Phi Kappa Tau.

Student Spotlight: National Recognition for BW Senior

Cailtin Sukalac, Contributing Writer
December 12, 2014
Seniors Tyiler George and DeShawn Franklin and junior Cameron Cordes were given the unique 
opportunity to participate in a real-world project to develop and implement a mobile compatible website or mobile application through BW’s partnership with OEConnection LLC.

Three BW Students Make Real World ‘Connection’

Cailtin Sukalac, Contributing Writer
December 12, 2014

College Democats Talk with Upcoming Candidates

Cailtin Sukalac, Contributing Writer
November 9, 2014

BW Health Services Help Keep You Healthy

Cailtin Sukalac, Contributing Writer
October 13, 2014
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