Jonathan Becker ’86

Theatre and dance alumnus built foundation for career in physical performance

In American pop culture today people think of masks as costumes or a disguise to hide behind. They don’t necessarily consider that it’s not […]

Betsy Marvin ’77

Music alumna trains performers to inform artistic choices

Like other music theorists, Elizabeth (Betsy) West Marvin ’77 first took an interest in music as a performer. She grew up singing in the […]

Ziying You Authors New Book on Maintaining Cultural Continuity in Contemporary China

Wooster professor of Chinese and East Asian studies analyzes the folk literati in recently published book

Rebecca Kennedy

Rebecca Futo Kennedy to Present “The Ancient Roots of Modern Scientific Racism”

Associate Professor at Denison and Director of the Denison Museum to speak on Thursday, Feb. 27

Scot Symphonic Band

Scot Symphonic Band to Perform on March 1

College of Wooster ensemble to present concert in McGaw Chapel

Computer Science Department Contributes to Major NSF Study on the Evolution of the Domesticated Tomato

Professor Sofia Visa, two Wooster students computationally analyzed DNA of cultivated tomatoes in Latin America

Silent Sky

“Silent Sky” On Stage Feb. 27-29 in Freedlander Theatre

Presented by The College of Wooster’s Department of Theatre and Dance

Steve Moore's final regular season game, postgame tribute

After a remarkable 33 seasons at Wooster that have featured 27 NCAA Div. III Tournament berths and 18 North Coast Athletic Conference championships, Steve Moore coached his final regular season game on Saturday, Feb. 22

Rick Lehtinen Examines the Frequency of One of Wooster’s Trademarks—the Black Squirrel—in Recent Study

Biology professor’s publication reveals interesting data on localized squirrel populations

Global and International Studies at The College of Wooster

Annual Phi Sigma Tau Lecture to Feature Alumnus Aaron Novick ‘12

Assistant professor of philosophy at Purdue University to speak Feb. 28 at The College of Wooster

WSO Concert to Feature Beethoven, Hummel, and an Orchestral World Premier

WOOSTER, Ohio – The Wooster Symphony Orchestra, under the direction of Jeffrey Lindberg, will present two performances with narrator Richard Figge, trumpeter Amanda Bekeny […]

Danny Caine '08

English major commits his life to books

Poet and bookstore owner Danny Caine ’08 also advocates for small businesses

Great Decisions

“Democracy, Trade, and Migration” the Theme for 2020 Great Decisions Series

Annual lecture series will consist of five events from Feb. 25-April 14

Dekila Chungyalpa ’98

Self-designed environmental studies major tackles issues at cross-section of faith and environment

Dekila Chungyalpa ’98 incorporates interests and skills she developed at Wooster into a lifelong commitment to environmentalism.

Wooster Recognized as a Top Producer of Fulbright U.S. Students

One of 44 baccalaureate institutions with four or more Fulbright awards from 2019-20

Wooster Scores Two All-American Partnerships at Moot Court National Tournament

Daugherty-Hartmann, Payne-Schmidt tandems excel during oral advocacy portion of competition

Wooster One of 200 “Best Value Colleges for 2020,” According to The Princeton Review

Among top schools for combination of outstanding academics, affordability, and stellar career services

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Sixth Annual Wooster Science Café Discussions Continue This Semester

Events to take place at Spoon Market & Deli and are open to the entire community

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Thomas Wood and Brian Dykstra to Present Recital Saturday, Feb. 15

College of Wooster music faculty Thomas Wood (violin) and Brian Dykstra (piano) will present a recital in Gault Recital Hall of Scheide Music Center […]