Itai David Njanji ’11

Reflections from Wooster alumnus earn best-seller spot on Amazon

College of Wooster alumnus Itai David Njanji ’11 recently published a book of poetry that’s topping Amazon’s best-selling new releases in poetry about places. […]

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Wooster’s Commitment to Students and Reproductive Health Care

Dear College of Wooster Community, I write today in response to Friday’s Supreme Court ruling to overturn Roe v. Wade, the monumental 1973 decision […]

President Bolton speaks during a brief ceremony in front of the Lowry Center construction

Wooster installs time capsule during student center renovations

Last summer, as construction was underway on the renovation of the Lowry Student Center, a time capsule planted in 1968 was discovered and opened, […]

Juneteenth commemorative lecture by Beatrice Adams, assistant professor of history

Wooster commemorates Juneteenth with inaugural lecture

The College of Wooster celebrated the inaugural Presidential Equity & Excellence Lecture Series on Thursday, June 16, with a Juneteenth commemorative lecture by Beatrice […]

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Physics professor and alumni publish article about alien suns

John Lindner, emeritus professor of physics at The College of Wooster, and two Wooster alumni, Xinchen (Ariel) Xie ’21 and Hwan (Michelle) Bae ’19, […]

Iván Akiri ’22 and Sarah Brunot ’22 present their data and insights to The Wilderness Center.

Social Entrepreneurship program students perform local research projects to solve community business problems

The Social Entrepreneurship (SE) program at The College of Wooster once again designed community-based projects that connected talented students seeking experiential learning opportunities with […]