Ripon College students are excited about their new appointments to IFC

Carter Vaughan, junior, Dorian Phillips, sophomore, and Christian Hernandez, freshman, have just been elected to key roles and they are excited to make an impact The Interfraternity Council (IFC) on […]

RC junior will explore love of law during London internship

Lexzie Hassemer, junior, was accepted to be an intern for Lex International where she will be flying across the Atlantic Ocean to lawyer it up. Lexzie Hassemer, a junior at […]

Ripon students and their favorite belongings

Students share some of their favorite items and stories about how they came across these interesting purchases Have you ever looked at something online or something your friend owned, and […]

The Class of 2024, and the new normal

Seniors reflect on a college experience shaped by the COVID-19 pandemic This year’s seniors, the class of 2024, started college in August 2020, during a time of COVID-19 restrictions and […]

Highest In-Demand Jobs, Strategies for Leveraging a Liberal Arts Degree from Ripon College, and Ways to Prepare for an Interview Process

Mary Hatlen, Director of the Center for Career and Professional Development, provides valuable information for graduating Seniors As Ripon College students approach the conclusion of the spring semester, they are […]

Professor Othon stands at the table outside of the commons, ready to hand out eclipse glasses to students. Photo Courtesy of Caitlin Marsch.

Solar Eclipse Unites Students, Faculty, and Community Members on Ripon College’s Campus

Ripon College’s Society of Physics Students gathers to distribute solar eclipse glasses and promote eclipse viewing safety Students from Ripon College and Ripon community members gathered on April 8 on […]

Phi Delta Theta Fundraises for the Ripon Area Fire District

The event promotes fire prevention and encourages safety consciousness On Sunday, April 7, Ripon College students from Phi Delta Theta were running laps around downtown Ripon to fundraise for the […]

The Shaolin Center Lion dance team at the Lunar New Year event hosted by ASA. This was one of the many events funded with money from the OneFund. Photo Courtesy of Caitlin Marsch.

Funds, OneFunds, and Budgets

A talk with Student Senate Treasurer Levi Keen about the OneFund The OneFund is a pool of money that student groups can use to pay for activities, such as hosting […]

The previous Soul Food Sunday Event. From left to right: Tamia Harris, Tamyra Patrick, Jamar Thomas, Kiki Sherman, Eugene Hinton, and Ji'Mya Sullivan-Owens. Photo Courtesy of Jamar Thomas.

Club Highlight: Black Student Union and Black History Month Events

BSU executive, Jamar Thomas, details the exciting, upcoming events that BSU will be hosting for Black History Month Black Student Union (BSU) is an alliance group where Black students on […]

Caitlin with a Metro sweatshirt. Photo courtesy of Caitlin Marsch.

A senior’s final reflections on a semester in Washington D.C.

Staff writer Caitlin Marsch reports back after finishing the Washington Semester Program Editor’s Note: This is the follow-up article to a column by Caitlin Marsch about what it’s like to […]

The revamped Jerry Thompson Study Room in the CDI. Photo courtesy of Caitlin Marsch

The Center for Diversity And Inclusion Introduces Tranquility Space

The CDI is making changes to make the space more inclusive for students The Center for Diversity and Inclusion has a new space for students to destress and create art. […]

SAO presents slate of events for the Spring semester

Director of Student Activities Brianna Cyr discusses exciting events sponsored by the Student Activities Office.  Ripon College’s Student Activities Office (SAO) is hard at work preparing events for the Spring […]