Wooster in the News

June 2017

Neenah H.S. Graduate shot 6 times at rest stop making a remarkable recovery - NBC26

  • Alex Melchert, an innocent victim of a shooting last October, has recovered and will resume his studies at Wooster in August...more

Summer Reading, Not Light Reading - Inside Higher Ed

  • Wooster's first-year summer reading assignment, "Writings on the Wall," is included in a feature about how schools pick such books...more

May 2017

2017's best & worst states for working moms - wallethub

  • A Q&A with Heather Fitz Gibbon, professor of sociology...more

April 2017

science professor explains why bigfoot's likely not real - mansfield news journal

  • A large crowd at the Ohio Theatre in Loudonville listened to Mark Wilson scientifically pick apart the Bigfoot legend...more

March 2017

Depression, anxiety, ptsd: the mental impact of climate change - CNN.COM

  • Susan Clayton was the lead author of an APA and ecoAmerica study that was picked up by 40 media outlets...more

how a slave spiritual became english rugby's national anthem - new york times

  • Josephine Wright, chair of Africana studies, with some interesting insights...more

February 2017

liberal arts college students are getting less artsy - inside higher ed

  • President Sarah Bolton discusses the benefits of maintaining a broad-based, well-rounded education...more

Once 'king of hedge funds,' college of wooster becomes a skeptic - BLOOMBERG

  • Wooster draws headline in article about small college endowments, including quotes from John Sell...more

January 2017

we wish you great harm - los angeles review of books

  • A timely essay about presidential inaugurations by Dan Sinykin, visiting professor of English, was published...more