Professor of Women's, Gender, and Sexuality Studies Christa Craven teaches class outside at The College of Wooster.

Wooster launches global queer studies minor meeting student interest in growing field

Beginning fall 2023, The College of Wooster will offer a minor in global queer studies, part of the Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies program […]

A student walks in the fog in front of Kauke Hall at The College of Wooster.

Wooster lauded for price transparency by New York Times in wake of SCOTUS decision

The New York Times today praised The College of Wooster for offering all prospective students the ability to view what their out-of-pocket costs would […]

Kauke Hall

Wooster reaffirms founding values amid SCOTUS decision

WOOSTER, Ohio (June 29) — The College of Wooster today reaffirmed its commitment to being “a place of studies for all,” as its founding […]

Naomi Fernandes ’23

Biology research compares local sediment for pollution levels

While Naomi Fernandes ’23 vetted her own topic for her unique Independent Study at The College of Wooster, with faculty mentor Rebecca Williams, assistant […]

Alexander Drummond ’23

Recent grads expand global perspectives as teaching assistants in France

Three recent graduates from The College of Wooster will participate in the Teaching Assistant Program in France (TAPIF) for the next academic year. French […]

Nancy Grace, professor emerita of English at The College of Wooster

Nancy Grace and Rocko Foltz ’21 co-publish essay on Beat Generation poet

Nancy Grace, professor emerita of English at The College of Wooster, and Rocko Foltz ’21 collaborated on an essay about the Beat Generation poet […]

Isabelle Hoover '23

Classics collide in Medici art research with violent themes

Isabelle Hoover ’23 was eager to pursue a senior Independent Study project at The College of Wooster that would marry her majors in art […]

Beatrice Adams, assistant professor of history

Wooster partners with NAACP, Art of Inclusion to celebrate Juneteenth

The College of Wooster is partnering with the Wooster-Orrville chapter of the NAACP and Art of Inclusion to support community-based events commemorating Juneteenth throughout […]

Lin Hillis

Lin Hillis named vice president for human resources

Lin Hillis has been named The College of Wooster’s inaugural Vice President for Human Resources. Hillis, who most recently served as Chief Human Resources […]

Namara Rwakatare ’23

French grad addresses food insecurity and sustainability through Peace Corps in Senegal

Namara Rwakatare ’23 knew after graduating from The College of Wooster, she wanted to be involved in service work, specifically on the African continent. […]

Josephine Wright, professor emerita, Africana studies and music

Josephine Wright discovers Civil War press is rich resource for continued slave music research

Josephine Wright, professor emerita, Africana studies and music, may be 80 years old and retired from teaching after 40 years at The College of […]

Alix Printup '23

I.S. research explores psychology’s approach to historical trauma within Indigenous community

Alix Printup ’23 cares deeply about his Indigenous community—the Seneca Nation, the largest of six Native American nations which comprised the democratic government of […]

Bowen Ault ’25

Piping competition inspires spirit of competition in Scottish arts at Wooster

A hallmark of Wooster’s reverence for the Scottish arts is the unmistakable sound of Scottish pipes across the green. This spring, Tim Cummings ’97 […]

Audrey Klosterman '23

Theatre student examines and executes stage adaptation

Theatre major Audrey Klosterman ’23 went to London in July 2022 as part of a TREK program. After one of the 15 shows she […]