Rebecca LaRue

From the Parks to the Polls: National Parks, Place Attachment, and Environmental Voting Behavior

Name: Rebecca LaRue Major: Political Science (U.S. National Politics) Minors: Geology, Education Advisors: Dr. Bas van Doorn My project examines the relationship between National […]

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Two Wrongs Make a [Far-]Right: The Rise and Success of the Far-Right in Western Europe

Name: Mia Villavicencio-Eschinger Major: Political Science Advisor: Dr. Michele Leiby Over the last two decades, there has been a rise in far-right leadership and support, particularly […]

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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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Wooster’s Model United Nations delegation wins Best Overall Delegation Award at AMUN Chicago conference

The College of Wooster Model United Nations team recently won Best Overall Delegation Award along with Outstanding Delegation Awards for six out of the […]


Political science major writes policy suggestions in international relations internship

Emmy Todd ’22 discovered her APEX internship a year before applying through personal research and professor recommendations. A political science major at The College […]

Carly McWilliams

APEX Fellowship | Carly McWilliams

Majors: Political Science, English Class Year: 2022 Pronouns: She/Her/Hers Faculty Mentor: Dr. Jennifer Ison I wrote, designed, and managed social media content, as well […]

Emmy Todd

APEX Fellowship | Emmy Todd

Major: Political Science Class Year: 2022 Pronouns: She/Her/Hers Faculty Mentor: Dr. Sarah Sobeck As an intern for the Stimson Center, an internationally focused think […]

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Spencer Williams ’18 features as Bachelorette contestant

Spencer Williams ’18, a fan favorite during his days on The College of Wooster men’s basketball team, is now aiming to win the heart […]

Students pose for Community water project at The College of Wooster

AMRE | Community Water

Chamari Abercrombie ’24 | Neuroscience & Spanish Layali Banna ’22 | Geology Mazvita Chikomo ’22 | Environmental Geoscience Grace Hodges ’23 | Biology & […]

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AMRE | Political Science

Lark Pinney ’23 | Political Science (Comparative Politics) Jordan Spatt ’22 | Political Science Advisors: Angie Bos and Bas van Doorn Special thanks to […]

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AMRE | Workplace D&I

Noah Leonard ’23 | Political Science (International Relations) and Spanish Eraj Sikandar ’22 | Business Economics Maley Tinstman ’23 | Political Science (International Relations) […]

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AMRE | Experiential Learning & Community Engagement at The College of Wooster

Spencer Gaitsch ’22 | History and Political Science Audrey Holder ’22 | Anthropology Advisors: Cathy McConnell and Sarah Sobeck Special thanks to the following sponsors: Laura […]

Gina Christo '14

Women, gender, and sexuality studies alumna manages grassroot political campaigns

Before attending The College of Wooster, Gina Christo ’14 planned on becoming a political science major, but she soon “fell in love with the […]

Angie Bos

Professor Bos publishes research on how gender perceptions impact children’s political interest and ambitions

Angie Bos, professor of political science at The College of Wooster, is the lead author on a new paper published in the American Political […]

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Pre-Law Advising Program To Host Constitution Day Lecture on Sept. 14

The College of Wooster Pre-Law Advising program will welcome Lisa Tetrault for a Constitution Day Lecture titled “When Women Won the Right to Vote: […]

Rasmia Kirmani-Frye '95, photo by @marcgoldbergphotography

Urban studies alumna confronts housing inequity in New York City

After graduating from The College of Wooster, Rasmia Kirmani-Frye ’95 immediately knew she wanted to move to New York City and begin a career […]

Désirée Weber, assistant professor of political science

Désirée Weber featured on USA Today panel

Désirée Weber, assistant professor of political science at The College of Wooster, was a featured panelist for a 90-minute Zoom chat about policing held […]

Stachal Harris ’21

Independent Study analyzes the use of race-based appeals by Black politicians in hopes to gain Black votes

Stachal Harris ’21 analyzes how verbal and visual race-based appeals affect voting habits of all racial groups

Max Lesko ‘06

Political science major provides strategic oversight to the ‘Nation’s Doctor’

Max Lesko ’06 named chief of staff for the U.S. Surgeon General 

Internet Accessibility and Usage in Relation to Political Participation and Knowledge

Name: Nia Johnson Major: Political Science Advisor: Dr. Avi Muñoz This Independent Study investigates the effect of internet access and usage on political participation […]