Rachel David

2020 Photos of the Year

A year like no other, 2020 was marked by a rapidly evolving COVID-19 pandemic, ongoing climate, social and racial crises, and bitter political divisions. […]

Season's Greetings

Wooster Students Share Hopes for 2021

Wooster students share their hopes for the world in 2021, after a year unlike any other. Warmest wishes to you all for a season […]

Bob Dyer '74

English alumnus credits Wooster education for journalism skills

Accomplished Ohio journalist Bob Dyer ’74 retires from distinguished career at the Akron Beacon Journal

Camille Carr ’22

Religious studies major writes children’s book about sibling with a life-limiting illness

Camille Carr ’22 draws from personal experience in ‘Bev and Lil’

Karl Ruter '10 in 2018

Political science alumnus finds success with restaurant technology

Karl Ruter ’10 relied on problem solving he learned at Wooster to help restaurants adapt to Covid-19 precautions

Bhakti Mamtora, assistant professor of religious and South Asian Studies

Bhakti Mamtora reflects on fieldwork experience in ‘Fieldwork in Religion’

Religious Studies and South Asian studies professor makes a case for intellectual humility

Wooster students attend Athens Democracy Forum for third consecutive year

Saeed Husain ’21 and HahYeon Lee ’22 attended the Athens Democracy Forum this year as student delegates, making it the third year in a […]

For his I.S., Jisou "Armel" Lee '19 interviewed the Human Library Organization's program coordinator in Copenhagen.

Sociology alumnus honored for creating WooStories program

Jisou “Armel” Lee ’19 designated a space where people of all backgrounds could share their stories and experiences.

AMRE team for Arts and Culture project

Wooster students complete arts & culture district feasibility study for Wooster community

Student research through AMRE program offers insights on economic impact and city planning