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ѨƵ expands effort to promote 'dialogue across differences'

Dane McNulty '24 (right), talks through a finance project with Carmel Boyer School of Business dean Dr. Susan Kuznik (left) in ѨƵ’s Bloomberg Business Research Center.

ѨƵ students tout investing as path to financial freedom

Black Alumni Weekend

ѨƵ Black alumni gathering unites community, celebrates success

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New ѨƵ competency curriculum empowers students to choose their best lives

Flexible, foundational coursework replaces more restrictive core and allows students to choose courses that fuel both their career aspirations and a life well-lived.

ѨƵ expands effort to promote 'dialogue across differences'

Students in one political science class piloted a series of workshops this semester, offering input for a fall rollout in all First Year Experience (FYE) courses.

ѨƵ students tout investing as path to financial freedom

In a column originally appearing on cleveland.com, ѨƵ grads Ryan Rivera, MBA '24, and Dane McNulty '24 share real-world lessons they learned on investing young.

ѨƵ dining services evolves to please palates, meet dietary demands

Serving up three square meals, plus snacks, everyday is already a tall order, but changing tastes, food allergies and special diets require new approaches in ѨƵ kitchens.

174th ѨƵ Commencement celebrates resilience

The celebration was a first for undergraduates who began their college journey in the tumultuous fall of 2020 after missing out on high school graduation ceremonies.

ѨƵ Black alumni gathering unites community, celebrates success

Fun and fellowship were in abundance at Black Alumni Weekend, where YJ4L could unite in support of student success and renew lifelong friendships.

ѨƵ President Robert C. Helmer to retire

The ѨƵ Board of Trustees has announced a plan for a leadership transition at the Berea campus.

ѨƵ digital marketing majors stand out by embracing artificial intelligence

Students are landing competitive agency jobs prior to graduation with real-world experience that embraces the rapid adoption of AI in marketing communications.

Students from all disciplines take a bow at ѨƵ Ovation 2024

The annual Ovation celebration put an exclamation point on 2023-24 Baldwin Wallace student achievement.

ѨƵ students elect 112th student body president and vice president

ѨƵ students elected Brenna Holliday of Medina, Ohio, as student body president and Stephanie Neff of Seven Hills, Ohio, as vice president.

ѨƵ national champion high jumper forges extraordinary journey to the top

Among a trio of individual national champions at Baldwin this spring, the story of Christian Pfeiffer '24 stands out.

ѨƵ takes aim at accounting workforce shortage with high school outreach

In sneakers and jeans, Professor Dan Schrag is dispelling the myth that accounting is "boring" and leading the charge to share the big career potential.

ѨƵ alumna leads news coverage as TV news managing editor

Hawthorne, MBA '10, has more than 15 years of experience in broadcast news, strategic communications and public relations.

ѨƵ alumna rises at local theatre organization

Melissa Waddell '19 cites her experience at Baldwin Wallace as the key to her career success.

Family inspiration leads student to add sensory accessibility to ѨƵ theatres

Baldwin Wallace Kleist Center for Art & Drama is a certified sensory-inclusive theatre thanks to the work of student Taylor Lang.

ѨƵ brother-sister duo are top-ranked racquetball players

World-ranked racquetball player Thomas Carter won singles and doubles national titles during his senior year at ѨƵ. In March, his sister did the same.

ѨƵ crowd cheers rare sight of the moon stealing the sun's spotlight

Baldwin Wallace hosted a total solar eclipse watch event complete with a cosmic playlist, moon pies and Yellow Jacket viewing glasses.

Cleveland Connection: ѨƵ puts full-court press on Women's Final Four

ѨƵ's proximity to Cleveland pays off again during a magical March Madness weekend.

ѨƵ alumna turns challenges into teaching success

Jordyn Rozek '22 transformed the global pandemic into a time of growth that propelled her back into middle school at the head of the class.

Innovative business leader Glenn Barrett of OrthoLite to speak at Commencement

Glenn Barrett '71, founder and CEO of OrthoLite, is ѨƵ's Spring Commencement speaker.

Clients, students give ѨƵ Voice Clinic shout-out for success

Stroboscopic assessment is one of the many services at ѨƵ's Voice Clinic, a center where SLP students gain valuable hands-on learning.

ѨƵ grad's musical 'Dusk' shines bright at Edinburgh Fringe Festival

From ѨƵ classrooms to the largest theater festival in the world, Daniel Ruffing's "Twilight" parody returns to Scotland after a sold-out debut.

Big thanks for ѨƵ Gives

ѨƵ's annual 24-hour fundraising event was a success in rallying the community together in support of helping students.

ѨƵ expert: Make the total solar eclipse a safe and social experience

ѨƵ Burrell Observatory director Gary Kader offers advice for taking advantage of Northeast Ohio's front-row seat to a spectacular solar event.

ѨƵ grad pays it forward as student success coach

A ѨƵ alumna returned to ѨƵ to work as a student success coach, helping students across campus thrive through interactive workshops.

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