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
Every fall, sophomores are invited to participate in a weekend-long retreat to the beautiful Mohican Resort in Perrysville, Ohio. The upcoming annual retreat on Sept. 13-14 will be the third of its kind. Students are welcome to bring instruments to play during a campfire that also features s’mores. Continue reading Third annual sophomore retreat coming up
With Party On The Green one week away, buzz is growing around campus about this year’s headlining performers, DJ RJD2 and neo-soul band Eli “Paperboy” Reed & the True Loves. Most people knew “Party Like A Rock Star” by last year’s act, The Shop Boyz. Continue reading Party on the Green 2008 Headliner RJD2 Opens Up
Members of both the campus community and the Wooster community gathered in the newly renovated McGaw Chapel Tuesday morning for the formal convocation of the College’s 139th academic year. Student ensemble The Eleventh Hour Saxophone Quartet played a sprightly prelude before the sound of bagpipes ushered in the procession of administrators, professors, and the class of 2009, all dressed in their academic robes. Continue reading President Cornwell talks politics at 139th Convocation