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I.S. Monday 2017

I.S. Monday 2017 at The College of Wooster

On I.S. Monday, “There’s No Place I’d Rather Be” than at The College of Wooster. Special thanks to Kimberly McDonough ’17 for providing the soundtrack to this year’s celebration!

Wooster Bucking National Trend When It Comes to International Applicants

Record numbers rolling in to admissions office

jack gallagher

Collection of Gallagher’s Piano Music, Performed by Huang, Released on Centaur Records

New album represents a 40-year span of Wooster faculty member’s compositions

Physics Students Design and Construct a Novel Type of Wind-Powered Mechanical Clock

One NSF grant, two Independent Study’s, and five years of intermittent research lead to significant publication

Wooster’s Kimberly McDonough '17 Covers "Rather Be" on Electric Violin

Here is violinist Kimberly McDonough ’17 performing “Rather Be” in Gault Recital Hall. For more, including original compositions by this very talented music performance major, check out her YouTube channel: And get ready to follow her career after she graduates from Wooster in May!

economics conference

Three Wooster Seniors Present Their I.S.’s at Eastern Economics Association Conference

Trio of business economics majors also had opportunity to network while in New York City

Music at The College of Wooster

digital studio

New Digital Studio Has Wooster Students Enhancing Their Creativity

Space in Andrews Library offers campus a sound studio, one-button video recording, and top-of-the-line editing software

Lauren Gilliss

Wooster Named a Peace Corps Top Volunteer-Producing College Again

A number of recent alumni have gone abroad to “make a lasting difference in communities”


Lori Makin-Byrd named Title IX coordinator at The College of Wooster

Will assume new duties March 27

alaska trip

Grant from Keck Geology Consortium Will Allow Nine Students to Gain Field Experience This Summer

First- and second-year Wooster students interested in geosciences presented with a unique opportunity

OLO music man

A Little Bit of Everything for Ohio Light Opera Fans This Summer

Old favorites, blockbuster musicals, and new shows that date back to early Broadway sprinkle 2017 schedule

Philosophy at The College of Wooster

President Bolton Releases Statement in Support of International Students and Scholars

“They are central to who we are, and they enrich who we can become.”

College Mourns the Passing of Emeritus Trustee Dr. John Papp ‘60

Distinguished physician served on board for 18 years