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On Sat, May 4 the Wilson community observed World Labyrinth Day.
On Fri, May 3 members of the senior class presented research they began working on last semester. Each senior who was presenting worked with at least one faculty member. This faculty member advised the student throughout their work and helped them to present their research work to the Wilson community. Student Research Day provides this opportunity to those graduating seniors who may have an interest in pursuing graduate work.
To celebrate the huge success of the Muhibbah Dinner held on March 2, members of the Muhibbah club, from the suggestion of Japanese student Azusa Terajima, attended the annual Cherry Blossom Festival in Washington D.C.
Every year the Wilson College's drama club, the Kittochtinny Players put on a play. This year, the play is a bit different.
Muhibbah Club held the annual Muhibbah Dinner on the evening of March 2. Muhibbah is a Malaysian word meaning “unity among nations”. Various cuisines from countries such as Pakistan, Armenia, Japan, Thailand and Nepal were served along with beautiful and colorful dances which were performed in Laird Hall.
The revival of the Aunt Sarah program, which has been dormant for the past two years, has created new bonds between current students and alumnae/i.
Professor of Spanish, José Hernán Córdova sent an all-campus email on April 23 questioning the $65,961.53 balance in the Wilson College Government Association (WCGA) account. In the email he asked how such a surplus can occur and what will happen to the money at the semester’s end.
In this last segment of PUSH, Wilson College Government Association will give a summary of what has occurred on campus and what will occur in the future.
The Wilson College softball team went three-two to finish third in the North Eastern Athletic Conference (NEAC) championship tournament May 3-5 at Penn State Berks in Harrisburg, Pa.
The Wilson College Athletics Department is one of six Division III colleges nationwide recently awarded a competitive grant by the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA).
International students and their “friendly families” celebrated together for a final farewell party on Sat, May 4.
I love movies about making movies. When I heard last year the film Hitchcock, starring Anthony Hopkins and Helen Mirren, was about one of my favorite directors making Psycho, one of my favorite films, I couldn’t wait to go see it.
In the wake of the September 11th attacks there have been dozens of movies made dealing with the homefront aftermath of the events, the multiple wars conducted in the name of freedom and countless theories as to how we became a target and got involved in what seems to be endless war with people that may or may not even exist half-way around the world. Most of these films are poorly done, jingoist fodder and usually forgotten a few weeks after their release.
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