400 E. University Street
Wooster, OH 44691
Hours: 8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Joseph Ferraro of Ann Arbor, MI is a Russian Studies major with a minor in Religious Studies. Joseph first became interested in Russian after taking the first-year language course, which he chose to take on a whim as a sophomore. Last spring, he was studying abroad in Yaroslavl with the Middlebury School in Russia program.
I am a double major with English and Russian. My IS is a creative examining prejudice in Russia and America against ethnic and class minorities through the scope of an epic poem set during WW1. Ive been studying Russian for four years here at the college, I'm from Cleveland Ohio.
I hail from the cornfields of Wilkinson, Indiana, and I am a double-major with Global and International Studies. I began studying Russian my freshman year of college, and I have since studied Russian around the world, from Indiana to Central Asia. One summer I studied Russian in Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan, followed by a fall semester in Irkutsk, Russia, where I was effectively immersed in Siberian life. My Junior IS was about African Americans in the Soviet Union, and my Senior IS is about Russian opposition movements. When I’m not studying, I’m causing mischief with friends and sleeping-in on the weekends.