Image: Yubin Kim '24 with Wooster's advanced mass spectrometer, an instrument that allows researchers to study the makeup of rainwater samples.

Wooster students identify new rainwater contaminants and earn mention in prestigious chemistry magazine

Chemical & Engineering News (C&EN)—the world’s premiere weekly magazine covering news in chemistry and related fields—recently featured a publication from a team of students […]

Wooster Symphony Orchestra

Wooster Symphony Orchestra to perform Feb. 10 and 11

The Wooster Symphony Orchestra will perform a concert Feb. 10 at 8:15 p.m. and Feb. 11 at 7:30 p.m. in the Gault Recital Hall […]

Glenna Van Dyke '23

College of Wooster senior Glenna Van Dyke performs bagpipe solo at Ohio Governor Mike DeWine’s inauguration

Glenna Van Dyke ’23, a history and education major at The College of Wooster, performed the bagpipes at the inauguration of Ohio Governor Mike […]

Susan Clayton

Wooster Science Café begins spring season with “The Science of Climate Change and its Impact on Mental Health”

The spring season of the Wooster Science Café, sponsored by The College of Wooster and The Ohio State University. begins Feb. 1 at 7 […]

A scenic image of pink flowers on a tree at The College of Wooster

Great Decisions lecture series centers theme on causes and consequences of Russia-Ukraine war

The lecture series, Great Decisions of Wayne County, will return to The College of Wooster campus this semester with three speakers and two film […]

Ahmet Atay, professor of communication studies and chair of the Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies; Global Media and Digital Studies, and Film Studies

Mentoring in intercultural and international contexts is personal topic for Ahmet Atay’s newest book

Mentoring is an important and personal topic for Ahmet Atay, professor of global media and digital studies, communication studies, and women’s, gender, and sexuality […]


Ian McCullough named science librarian

Ian McCullough has been named science librarian at The College of Wooster. In this position, he will be responsible for instruction, collection development, and […]

Amber Garcia

Wooster professor Amber Garcia named finalist for Pearson Excellence in Education Award

Amber Garcia, professor of psychology at The College of Wooster, has been named a finalist for the Pearson Excellence in Education Award in the […]

Cast (Stephanie Castrejon '16, Teresa Isabel Ascencio '23, Amari Royal '23) and Jimmy A. Noriega

Professor Noriega’s play CAGED honored by invitation to Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival

The Department of Theatre and Dance will travel with the production of CAGED to West Chester, Pennsylvania next week for the Kennedy Center American […]

Damon Hickey, emeritus director of libraries

Wooster mourns the passing of Damon Hickey, emeritus director of libraries

Damon Hickey, emeritus director of libraries at The College of Wooster passed away on Monday, Dec. 26, 2022, in Wooster, Ohio. Hickey served the […]

Martin Luther King Jr.

Wooster’s expanded MLK Day commemoration invites community to reflect on “The Fierce Urgency of Now”

The College of Wooster will celebrate civil rights icon Martin Luther King Jr. and the impact he and other civil rights activists had on […]

Vivian Holliday, emerita professor of classical studies

Wooster mourns passing of Vivian Holliday, first female dean of faculty and emerita professor of classical studies

Vivian Holliday, emerita professor of classical studies at The College of Wooster passed away on Dec. 24, 2022, in Wooster, Ohio. Holliday, who began […]

Wooster Electric Van

New electric vehicle marks move toward increased sustainability for Wooster campus fleet

The College of Wooster introduced its first electric vehicle to its campus fleet late this fall, marking an important step forward in making the […]

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Anne E. McCall named 13th president of The College of Wooster

WOOSTER, OH (Dec. 8)—Anne E. McCall, provost and senior vice president for academic affairs at Xavier University of Louisiana, has been named the 13th […]

Computer Science students at regional programming competition

Wooster Computer Science students win regional programming competition

A team of four computer science students from The College of Wooster won the annual Ohio Wesleyan University (OWU) Programming Competition. Eleven Wooster students […]

Jada Frost ’23

Communication Studies students and faculty recognized by National Communication Association

Students and faculty members from The College of Wooster Department of Communication Studies received exceptional recognition at the National Communication Association meeting in New […]

Chemistry Lab

Wooster receives $475 thousand HHMI grant to support inclusive excellence in research mentoring in STEM

The College of Wooster has received a grant of $475,000 from the Howard Hughes Medical Institute Inclusive Excellence 3 (IE3) initiative for work over […]

Ginny Hunt

Wooster mourns passing of women’s athletics pioneer Virginia (Ginny) Hunt

Virginia (Ginny) Hunt, a legendary and tireless advocate, teacher, coach, administrator, and mentor who helped start the first women’s varsity athletic teams at The […]

Ashleigh Best, director for career planning at The College of Wooster

Ashleigh Best named Director for Career Planning

WOOSTER, OH (Nov. 29)—Ashleigh Best has been named director for career planning at The College of Wooster following a national search and after serving […]

Lee A. McBride III, professor of philosophy at The College of Wooster

Professor McBride recognized for work in insurrectionist philosophy

Ethics and Insurrection: A Pragmatism for the Oppressed, a book by Lee A. McBride III, professor of philosophy at The College of Wooster, is […]