Sam Gilliam, Looking at the Moon (detail), 1991. Mixed media. Collection of the College of Wooster Art Museum. The Raymond Machesney Art Collection, Gift of the Raymond Machesney ’59 Trust. 2018.16. Photograph by Marianne Eileen Wardle.

The College of Wooster Art Museum spring exhibition features work from famed abstract artist Sam Gilliam

The College of Wooster Art Museum (CWAM) is displaying its spring exhibition, Essential Matter, Jan. 12 to April 2 in the Sussel Gallery of […]

Kevin Weed Bagpiper

Wooster Symphony Orchestra Presents “Concerto for Highland Bagpipes & Orchestra!”

Renowned bagpiper Kevin Weed will headline the Wooster Symphony Orchestra’s Spring concert, Sunday, April 24 at 4 p.m. The concert is open to the […]

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Wooster welcomes former Nike executive Stefan Olander as James R. Wilson Lecture Series speaker

Stefan Olander, former Vice President of Global Digital Innovation, will visit The College of Wooster on Thursday, April 28 as part of the James […]

Dr. Andrew R.C. Milner at an archeological dig

Dr. Andrew R.C. Milner to give Richard G. Osgood, Jr. Lecture on Wednesday, April 13

The Department of Earth Sciences at The College of Wooster will welcome Andrew R.C. Milner for the 40th annual Richard G. Osgood, Jr. Memorial […]

Scot Symphonic Band and Pipe Band spring tour begins March 20

The Scot Symphonic Band and The College of Wooster Pipe Band will embark on their annual tour on Sunday, March 20. The tour will […]

Wooster Chorus four-day spring tour commences March 12 in Wooster

The highly acclaimed Wooster Chorus, an ensemble of 60 student musicians from The College of Wooster, will perform at the First Presbyterian Church of […]

Two exhibits on view this semester at The College of Wooster Art Museum

The College of Wooster Art Museum has two exhibits on display during the spring semester. Art Heals: The Jingle Dress Project and Painting Biathlon […]

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Wooster’s 2022 MLK Day celebration to feature multiple voices

The College of Wooster’s 2022 Martin Luther King Jr. Day celebration on Monday, January 17 with the theme “Our Legacy Matters: If Not Us […]

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International Education Week to culminate with Culture Show

The College of Wooster celebrates International Education Week from Monday, Nov. 15 through Saturday, Nov. 20 with a variety of events that provide opportunities […]

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Department of Africana Studies opening Colloquium on Wednesday, Nov. 3

The Department of Africana Studies and the Office of the Provost at The College of Wooster are conducting a Colloquium of Africana Studies that […]

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Wooster Experiential Learning Showcase set for Friday, Nov. 5

The College of Wooster will conduct its annual Experiential Learning Showcase on Friday, Nov. 5 as students who served as APEX Fellows or on […]

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Wooster Archaeology Student Colloquium presents Archaeology Day on Saturday, Oct. 23

The College of Wooster’s Archaeology Student Colloquium will host Archaeology Day on Saturday, Oct. 23 on the Scot Center Promenade. The event, in celebration […]

Yaa Gyasi

Mortensen Lecture To Feature Author Yaa Gyasi, October 18

Join Courage Kusena ’23 and Hayet Rida ’11 for a virtual discussion on Zoom with “Homegoing” author Yaa Gyasi, Monday, October 18 from 6:30-7:30 […]

Rachelle Burks

Raychelle Burks to Present Helen Murray Free Lecture

Raychelle Burks, an associate professor of chemistry at American University and a popular science communicator who has appeared on TV, in podcasts, and at […]

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Wooster Science Cafe resumes Tuesday, Oct. 5 with “The Science of Green Technology”

The Wooster Science Café will resume its fall semester series on Tuesday, Oct. 5 with the topic called “The Science of Green Technology.” The […]

posters for Far Away and The Day The Music Came Back at The College of Wooster

Theatre productions return to Freedlander Theatre Oct. 4-6 with The Day the Music Came Back and Far Away

The Department of Theatre and Dance is offering two productions next week as live theatre returns to Freedlander Theatre at The College of Wooster. […]

Great Decisions

Great Decisions Lecture to Feature Alan Bersin

The second Great Decisions lecture will take place on Tuesday, March 3, at 7:30 p.m., in Gault Recital Hall of Scheide Music Center (525 […]

Rebecca Kennedy

Rebecca Futo Kennedy to Present “The Ancient Roots of Modern Scientific Racism”

Associate Professor at Denison and Director of the Denison Museum to speak on Thursday, Feb. 27

Scot Symphonic Band

Scot Symphonic Band to Perform on March 1

College of Wooster ensemble to present concert in McGaw Chapel

Silent Sky

“Silent Sky” On Stage Feb. 27-29 in Freedlander Theatre

Presented by The College of Wooster’s Department of Theatre and Dance