President Sarah Bolton

President Bolton calls on community to "redouble" commitment to eradicate racism in all its forms

On Saturday, May 30, 2020, Wooster President Sarah R. Bolton emailed the following statement calling on the campus community to unite in the face […]

Mike Riffee and students sport Tartan masks

Alumnus extends the Wooster welcome

Mike Riffee ’80 connects with two incoming Wooster students

Barton Myers

Barton Myers ’03 a Featured Commentator on Grant

Cinema-doc series on Ulysses S. Grant will premiere on Memorial Day

Ahmet Atay

Ahmet Atay Receives Award from Central States Communication Association

Wooster professor’s edited book recognized by the Association’s Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity Caucus

Peter Briss (left), Elizabeth Warner (right)

Two Alumni Are Finalists for Samuel J. Heyman Service to America Medals

Peter Briss ’82, Elizabeth Warner ’83 recognized for their work in federal government

Sarah Jones

Biochemistry major becomes professor of nutrition

Community-oriented foundation leads Sarah Jones ’04 to a job she loves

Jim McClung

Jim McClung ’59 Receives Order of the Rising Sun from the Government of Japan

Wooster alumnus honored for “outstanding contribution to the Japan-U.S. relationship”

Emily Howerton

Applying Wooster experiences to respond to the coronavirus threat

Math and philosophy alumna develops models to aid in decision making

Sarah Bolton

Hope the Theme of Wooster’s Virtual Commencement Ceremony

413 students officially conferred as graduates during unique on-line celebration

Congratulations, Class of 2020!

A photographic look at some members of this year’s senior class

Wayne Cornelius ’67

Immigration Policy Advocate Honored

Wayne Cornelius ’67 recognized by Latin American Studies Association for lifetime achievement

Virtual Senior Research Symposium Draws Big Crowd

4,186 visitors were part of the annual event that was moved on-line this year

Closen virtual games

Alumna inspires families amidst pandemic

Heather (Clyde) Closen ’08 combines psychology and education interests as behavioral analyst

Britain First: The British Union of Fascists’ Peace Campaign, 1932-1940

Student: Cormac Kelly Major: History Minor: Political Science Advisors: Greg Shaya Sir Oswald Mosley’s British Union of Fascists was Britain’s largest fascist party. A […]

Zena Lapp

Zena Lapp ’14 combines scientific, social justice interests for career in bioinformatics

Biochemistry and molecular biology drew the attention of Zena Lapp ’14 because it was the perfect combination of her interests in chemical and molecular […]

All My N*ggas is Casket Pretty: Projects of Sustainability for Black Folks

Student: Sharah “Georgia” Hutson Major: Philosophy Advisor: Evan Riley Calvin Warren holds the notion that “anti-black violence continues without end and can never be […]

An Investigation into the Possible Impact of Early-Life Stress on Music as a Stress-Reduction Tool

Student: Sarah Vandenbergen Major: Cognitive Behavioral Neuroscience Minor: Music Advisor: Dr. John Neuhoff, Dr. Grit Herzmann Music is common stress-reduction tool, though the literature to support […]

Effects of Culture on Mental Health Stigma

Student: Dena Nashawati Major: Psychology Minors: Anthropology, East Asian Studies Advisors: Nathaniel Foster, Susan Clayton This paper discusses the differences in culture and how […]

Chasing Gold Statues: A Study of Kanye West and the Case for Abstract Minimalism in the Digital Age

Student: Sarah Stutler Majors: Art History, English Advisors: Christopher Kang, John Siewert American artist Kanye West has been in the public eye for over […]

Does Age Matter? The Effects of Age Composition on Social Movement Success

Student: Claire Miller Major: Political Science Minor: Chinese Advisors: Professor Leiby, Professor Bienvenue This study examines the relationship between youth membership in social movements […]