On Sunday, Sept. 7, Professor of Religious Studies Ishwar Harris organized a trip to Cleveland to see Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi’s grandson Rajmohan Gandhi speak at the Olivet Institutional Baptist Church. Many of the students who attended are currently enrolled in Harris’ class, “The Life and Thought of Gandhi.” Continue reading Rajmohan Gandhi discusses tolerance in Cleveland
Every year on Scots in Service National Volunteer Day, students, alumni, family and friends of the College of Wooster from across the country participate in voluntary community service. This year the seventh annual Scots in Service day will be held on Sept. 28.
Emmanuel Sterling ’07 has decided to continue the charitable works he began as a Scot in Service at Wooster in his current residence, New York City. Sterling is involved in a program called City Year, which brings together young adults between the ages of 17 and 24 for a full-time year of community service. Continue reading Emmanuel Sterling serves New York City community
Lilly Endowment gave a generous grant of $1.78 million to The College of Wooster to open a chapter of a program called the Lilly Project. Each of the 88 schools that received Lilly Endowment chooses its own way to use the grant. At The College of Wooster, the Lilly House (1452 Beall Avenue), which opened in September 2003, acts as the center for the Lilly Project on campus. Continue reading Lilly House offers mini-grants, meditation and more
One of the most important parts of a Wooster education is the on-campus diversity that enables students to graduate as well-rounded citizens. An opportunity to further diversify your religious experience on campus starts this month. Continue reading Holy day celebrated by Wooster students
Three years ago, the Office of Alumni Relations began Young Alumni Happy Hours. This fresh series of events allows alumni who graduated in the past ten years to socialize and stay connected. Continue reading Young Alumni at Columbus Brewing Co.
When musicians and comedians come to the college, or when you attend the hugely popular Party on the Green (POTG) every fall, you might not think about how a small school books such gigs. These events are just a few things brought to us by the Wooster Activities Crew (WAC), run by students with the help of two faculty advisors. Continue reading Wooster Activities Crew Provides Parties, Laughter, and More