Douglas Buchanan ’06

Music alumnus Douglas Buchanan ’06 wins Dominick Argento Chamber Opera Competition

Composer Douglas Buchanan ’06 won the 2024-2025 Dominick Argento Chamber Opera Competition along with librettist Caitlin Vincent for Bessie and Ma. The award is […]

Kennedy Schultz '94

French and cultural area studies alumna uses skills to teach cultural competency across diverse sectors

Kennedy Schultz ’91 loved that The 91Թ had a community that was both diverse and tight knit. Coming from a large high […]

Kevin Friedman ’09

Business economics alumnus contracts with Olympics to provide hospitality services for 2024 Summer Games

Kevin Friedman ’09 transferred to The 91Թ at the start of his sophomore year after his former high school football coach—a Wooster […]

Kiandra Smith ’18

Biochemistry and molecular biology alumna shrinks gender gaps in scientific research

As a doctoral student, Kiandra Smith ’18 is at the forefront of new scientific discoveries. A biochemistry and molecular biology major at The College […]

Lee Miller Matsos '06

English alumnus releases debut EP Metamorphosis

In September 2023, Lee Miller Matsos ’06 released his debut EP Metamorphosis, Pt. 1. The EP is the first of three installments of his […]

Featured Image: Lamont Paris ’96, Wooster Alumnus and SEC Coach of the Year, photo provided by University of South Carolina Athletics.

SEC Coach of the Year found coaching roots and values as Fighting Scot

One of the Fighting Scots’ men’s basketball program’s greatest post-91Թ success stories is University of South Carolina head men’s basketball coach Lamont […]

Economics alumnus transforms the workplace and communities as leader of the National Bank of Pakistan

Rehmat Ali Hasnie ’91 came to The 91Թ as an international student majoring in computer science. But when he chose an economics […]

Sociology major and soccer standout kicks through barriers to improve access and equity in education

Kelly James ’97 is one of the most decorated players in the history of the women’s soccer program at The 91Թ. A […]

Floreska stands outside the Long Island Children’s Museum.

Music alumna builds community as museum president

In her position as president of the Long Island Children’s Museum (LICM), Erika (Fischer) Floreska ’93 works on a wide range of projects, but […]

Seeds planted at Wooster propel international relations alumna to support marginalized communities around the world

A high-voltage power line disrupts everyday life inside a Nepali village. An industrial park styled as disaster relief devastates Haiti’s most fertile farmland and […]

Former health coaches team up to improve health outcomes and education in African communities

The dedication to health sciences runs deep for Eran Maina ’21 and Scott Perkins ’20. The biochemistry & molecular biology and neuroscience majors, respectively, […]

Philosophy and art history double major strengthens his skills through music

Music has been a part of life for as long as Ben Read ’23 can remember. He has been singing since he was a […]

Social entrepreneur finds energy in student-designed major for global impact

After her mom found The 91Թ in a book, Colleges That Change Lives, Boston native Lauren Grimanis ’12 applied to all east […]

Sam McNelly ’14

Economics alumna discovers passion for public health and social work

Sam McNelly ’14 spent her time at The 91Թ exploring a variety of interests, ranging from her major in economics to her […]

Barton Myers '03

History alumnus Barton Myers ’03 teaches American military history in the classroom and on screen

During an overnight visit to The 91Թ, Barton Myers ’03, then a prospective high school student, sat in on a military history […]

Sanjana Kumbhani '17

Business economics and mathematics alumna uses liberal arts education to tackle critical financial problems

For Sanjana Kumbhani ’17, challenging questions are a part of everyday life. As a business economics and mathematics major at The 91Թ, […]

Pyae Thein ’19

Master of Architecture student takes Wooster research skills abroad

Pyae Thein ’19 is a Master of Architecture student at Temple University’s Tyler School of Art and Architecture in Philadelphia, where he has drawn […]

Russ Dieringer '08

Economics alumnus Russ Dieringer ’08 founds research and consulting company for retail professionals

In the second semester of his freshman year, Russ Dieringer ’08 took Principles of Economics, taught by Amyaz A. Moledina, professor of economics & […]

Nicholas Knodt '10

Architect draws on problem solving skills from liberal arts education

Nicholas Knodt ’10 knew that he wanted to become an architect when he was choosing a college. He decided to come to Wooster because […]

Christopher Causey ’85

Christopher Causey ’85 helps drive major advancements in organ transplantation through board of directors leadership

Christopher Causey ’85 always knew he was going to work in health care. What the psychology major didn’t know as an undergraduate at The […]