The Wooster Fighting Scots cross country team kicked off the 2008 season with the annual Wooster Invitational. The Scots hosted the event this past friday at the L.C. Boles Memorial Golf Course.
Four schools, Kenyon College, Edinboro University, Hiram College and Lake Erie College, were invited to the Wooster Invitational. For the women’s teams, Kenyon led the way with 32 points, while Edinboro came in second with 37. Continue reading Men’s and women’s cross country teams take third at Wooster Invite
Roosevelt versus Hoover. Kennedy versus Nixon. Bush versus Gore. Few presidential races in American history inspire the same kind of radically different images and ideals as the current election.
Sen. John McCain, a white 72-year-old former Navy pilot and war veteran visually and personally has very different characteristics to offer than 46-year-old black Harvard graduate and former community organizer, Sen. Barack Obama. Continue reading Elephant and donkey throw down
The College of Wooster already boasts help resources like the Learning Center, Information Technology and the Safety and Security Office. This fall, however, a new group will be providing an entirely different kind of support for Wooster students: a network of their peers who have volunteered to help others struggling with issues of sexuality. Continue reading Sexuality support group founded by grad takes off
This past Tuesday, Sept. 2, the Wooster Forum series, “Through Their Eyes: Youth Finding Hope in a World of Adversity,” began with a lecture given by Jared Cohen entitled “Children of Jihad: Terrorism, Democracy, and the Changing Demographics of the Middle East.” Continue reading Alumnus of Stanford and Oxford speaks about Islamic youth
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