Reynolds-Mortensen22

Jason Reynolds discusses Stamped, racism, and writing with Wooster community

Racism, solidarity, and the importance of storytelling were all topics that author Jason Reynolds urged the audience to consider as he gave The College […]

Trifles22

The College of Wooster Department of Theatre and Dance presents fall productions Oct. 3-5

The Department of Theatre and Dance at The College of Wooster will present its fall productions of Trifles, written by Susan Glaspell, and CAGED, […]

COVID-19 Community Message, Sept 27, 2022

09-27-22: Campus Community Message

Dear Students, Faculty, and Staff, Wayne County’s COVID-19 Community Level is LOW. Our current campus positivity rate is 0.0%. The weekly rolling average positivity rate […]

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Wooster mourns passing of retired professor of biology, Claude Hinton

Claude Hinton, retired professor of biology at The College of Wooster, passed away on Sept. 21, 2022, in Wilmington, N.C., where he and his […]

Christina Welsch, associate professor of history and South Asian studies

Christina Welsch’s book offers fresh perspective on East India Company’s collapse

Christina Welsch, associate professor of history and South Asian studies at The College of Wooster, is the author of a book that flips India’s […]

Covid-19 Community Message, Sept 20 2022

09-20-22: Campus Community Message

Dear Students, Faculty, and Staff, We write today with an update to campus and community health conditions and campus safety protocols. On Monday, September […]

presidential search update

Presidential interviews in full swing

Dear College of Wooster Community, I hope you enjoyed another great Black and Gold Weekend, and that your fall semester is getting off to […]

Ayesha B. Hardaway ’97

Black studies and sociology alumna to present Constitution Day lecture, “The Constitution and Policing,” Sept. 20

The College of Wooster will welcome alumna Ayesha B. Hardaway ’97 to celebrate Constitution Day by giving a lecture titled “The Constitution and Policing” […]

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Sina Lee receives grant to explore motherhood, migration, and adoption in Asia

Sina Lee, visiting assistant professor in women’s, gender, and sexuality studies at The College of Wooster, received a grant for preliminary fieldwork to explore […]

COVID-19 Community Message, Sept 13, 2022

09-13-22: Campus Community Message

Dear Students, Staff, and Faculty, Wayne County’s COVID-19 Community Level moved back to HIGH late in the afternoon on Monday, September 12. This level factors in […]

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No. 1 New York Times best-selling author Jason Reynolds to give Wooster’s Mortensen Lecture Sept. 22

Jason Reynolds, No. 1 New York Times best-selling author of books for young people, and National Ambassador for Young People’s Literature (2020-2022), will give […]

21 years Wooster named premier research institution

Wooster’s Independent Study program tops U.S. News’ Best Colleges ranking

The College of Wooster’s Independent Study program again topped U.S. News & World Report’s ranking of best “Senior Capstone” programs, coming in second only to […]

Founders Day 2022

Wooster celebrates Founders’ Day by giving back to the community

The College of Wooster celebrated Founders’ Day on Sept. 8 by giving back to the community with a commemorative donation of 28 laundry baskets […]

Wooster welcomes Class of 2026

Wooster Class of 2026 continues to broaden perspectives in campus community

Arriving on campus in August 2022, the Class of 2026 at The College of Wooster adds to the richness and diversity of the community […]

Marina Mangubi, professor of studio art at The College of Wooster

Marina Mangubi exhibits Painting Biathlon at Smith College

Marina Mangubi, professor of studio art at The College of Wooster, combined her love of skiing and painting in a performance art series titled […]

COVID-19 Community Message, Sept 6 2022

09-06-22: Campus Community Message

Dear Campus Community, Effective Wednesday, September 7, The College of Wooster will move to a mask optional policy for all faculty, staff, students, and […]

Courtney L. Thompson, chair and associate professor of Africana Studies

Wooster welcomes new chair of Africana Studies

This fall The College of Wooster welcomed Courtney L. Thompson as chair and associate professor of Africana Studies. Thompson’s interdisciplinary training and research draw […]

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Wooster Science Café opens fall season with “The Science of Sports Analytics”

The 10th season of Wooster Science Café starts Wednesday, Sept. 7, 2022, at 7 p.m. with a talk presented by Drew Pasteur, professor of […]