Unbridled creativity, beauty and excitement — that’s what the Rosalind Sallenger Richardson Center for the Arts brings to Wofford College. Every day will be a celebration with plays and exhibitions and performances.

Although we officially dedicate the building as a community on Sept. 12, Jerry Richardson ’59 threw a gala in May for family and friends to honor his wife and building namesake, Rosalind Richardson, and her love of art, family and Wofford College. You’ll find an interview with Mrs. Richardson and some photos from the event in this issue of Wofford Today.

This issue also applauds our newest graduates, follows the baseball team on a remarkable visit to the National September 11 Monument and Museum and features alumni who are living, working and thriving in New York City.

See for yourself how Wofford’s commitment to a liberal arts education — in all its forms — is stronger than ever.

Go, Terriers!