2016

October 2016

family gathers as rest-stop shooting victim starts to heal

  • Wooster freshman, an innocent victim of random interstate shooting, inspires family and others during recovery...more

September 2016

wowing the judges: 2016 leroy apker finalists showcase notable undergraduate research

  • Maggie Lankford '16 one of seven finalists for American Physical Society's preeminent undergraduate honor...more

August 2016

TINY DORM ROOMS

  • Student housing embraces concept of tiny house movement...more

WOMEN FEEL BETTER ABOUT THEIR BODIES THAN THEY USED TO

  • Wooster professor Bryan Karazsia's research featured by Time...more

July 2016

STUDENT USES TWITTER TO RETURN IVANKA TRUMP'S MISSING EARRING FROM THE RNC

  • Wooster rising sophomore Annabelle Hopkins' simple and kind gesture generates national publicity...more

May 2016

why bill clinton is a terrible political spouse - the week (blog)

  • Wooster Professor of Communication Denise Bostdorf is quoted in blog post about political spouses...more

with great fanfare ohio's second oldest orchestra trumpets its longevity - WOSU/WKSU

  • Wooster Symphony Orchestra featured on the occasion of its centennial season...more

March 2016

easter traditions: Bunnies, Eggs, Whippings, and crucifixion - national geographic online

  • Wooster Professor of Anthropology Pam Frese is quoted in an article about Easter traditions...more

February 2016

why we dream of homecomings - the wall street journal

  • Wooster Professor of Psychology Susan Clayton comments on the importance of returning to the place where one's earliest childhood memories were formed...more

January 2016

why psychology should be part of the fight against climate change - huffington post

  • Wooster Professor of Psychology Susan Clayton is quoted prominently in article about understanding emotional barriers to action and subsequent guidelines for communication, advocacy, and policy...more