For the College of Wooster and the College of Charleston, bigger isn't always better. Both have designed student housing that embraces the concept of tiny living, offering relatively few square feet per student.
In my fake life, I befriended Nick Wooster while working at GQ as a junior fashion editor. It was my first job out of college and I strutted around like I really knew something about mens fashion. Nick took me under his wing and schooled me. I am forever grateful. Love this dude.
Charles W. Follis was the first African American to receive pay as a professional football player. He was born on February 3, 1879, in Cloverdale, Virginia. In 1901, he enrolled at the College of Wooster. Follis played football for a local amateur club, and in 1902, he began playing football for the Shelby Blues, a professional team in Shelby, Ohio.
Pursuing Jesus in college is difficult, but it is worth every hardship. You are not alone in this journey. There will be other Christians on your campus, you just have to find them! Here are 7 ways...7-30-14