Spring 2024 Wooster magazine features alumni who transformed campus exploration into empowered leadership in their next communities

Wooster Magazine, Spring 2024 cover image

The College of Wooster is made up of students, faculty, and staff from around the country and around the world, all carrying with them their own set of life experiences, cultural heritage, languages, and perspectives that contribute to a diverse and supportive learning community. From athletic teammates and musical ensembles to neighbors in residence halls, study groups, Model UN team members, collaborators in student organizations—in all the ways students connect, they find and create community on campus. Constructing these relationships and exploring all the opportunities that contribute to a Wooster education sends forward alumni with strengths that guide them as they serve their next communities around the world. The spring 2024 issue of Wooster magazine tells the stories of Wooster alumni who developed leadership, critical thinking, and collaborative skills from their involvements at the College that shaped their future.=

In addition to College news and achievements of students, faculty, and staff, the Oak Grove section includes “Why Wooster” with Camille Mallett ’13, case manager for student support and outreach and a story about donor support for APEX Fellows that supports students with internship opportunities that guide their next steps in their field of interest. In Tartan Ties, don’t miss class notes shared by alumni ranging from the Class of ’67 to ’19, including nearly two dozen photos, and new books from alumni authors.

Arriving in mailboxes this week, the Wooster magazine spring 2024 edition is available online here and past issues of the magazine are available in the Open Works repository.

Posted in News on March 21, 2024.