Staley to succeed Donald R. Frederico to lead The College of Wooster Board of Trustees as first woman in position beginning July 1
Huy Kieu ’22 was a part of a team that developed web systems for vehicle manufacturers
Mika Yonaha ’21 helped develop new programs for children to adapt to COVID-19 pandemic
Communication studies professor gives advice to young scholars interested in becoming a peer reviewer
Independent Study at Wooster help prepare Ainslee Alem Robson ’15 to take on a creative film project
Delaney Zuver ’21 collected and analyzed narratives of how people remember the summer of 2020 at the height of the COVID-19 pandemic, mid-2020 election, and during the summer riots against racial injustice.
Independent Study analyzes the use of race-based appeals by Black politicians in hopes to gain Black votes
Stachal Harris ’21 analyzes how verbal and visual race-based appeals affect voting habits of all racial groups
Professor of communication studies examines memory through a critical and cultural perspective
Enjoy photos from the Class of 2021 Commencement ceremony, Saturday, May 8 from Wooster photographer Matt Dilyard and Abbi Tarburton ’22.
453 students conferred as graduates in outdoor ceremony with friends and family
The Wooster Chorus spring concert will be shown on YouTube at 7 p.m., Thursday, May 6, 2021. Recorded in April in McGaw Chapel due […]
Security and Protective Services Department changes name to Campus Safety
Philosophy major honored as top pre-law student
Lecture, endowment honor legacy of Helen Murray Free at Wooster