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EGOR Green Space

By: Lauren Hince What once was a burned down empty lot on Watson Street is now being turned into a new Green Space for both the community and college to […]

New curriculum means new focus for Ripon

By: Rose Hogmire This fall, Ripon College faculty are rolling out an innovative and comprehensive new curriculum for incoming students called Catalyst, which will help students build skills necessary for […]

Review of the One Acts

By: Hannah Tetzlaff  The Ripon College Theatre Department came together for the One Act Play Festival, April 14-16, to send off their department seniors in their last production before graduation. […]

Feature Writer: Ripon Proud

By: Zach Messitte The (delayed: but, come on! No snow in May, please!) coming of spring can be an emotional time at Ripon. I will miss our retiring faculty and […]

The Summer in focus

By Emily Janssen As the spring semester draws to a close, three groups of students are looking forward to the Liberal Arts in Focus trips which will take place over […]

Walking in the Solar System

By Connor Cummiskey Next fall, students will be able to walk the length of our solar system without the hassle of space travel. Astronomy and Ceramics II classes are collaborating […]

Disability Awareness Month

By Rose Hogmire The disability awareness campaign of Ripon College’s Public Sociology and Activism class has set a precedent on campus with their goals for the future. Through the campaign, […]

Goodbye, Crimson

By: Lauren Hince  Effective next year, the school’s yearbook, Crimson, no longer will be funded. On March 30, the Ripon College Student Senate passed Crimson’s budget, totaling $0. Dating back […]

Sodexo services changing

By: Ben Valdez For the first time in a while food services at Ripon College are getting the improvements they need. After the Student Senate meeting two weeks ago, Sodexo’s […]

Ripon Speakers Bureau present

By:  Connor Cummiskey Six Ripon College students had the honor of speaking at the annual Youth Summit of the National Association of Students Against Violence Everywhere (SAVE) March 12. Representing […]

Review of Holiday

By: Hannah Tetzlaff  A round of applause is owed the Ripon College Theatre Department who executed an excellent performance of Philip Barry’s romantic-comedy Holiday, March 2-5. The play is about […]

Impact of UW cuts affects Ripon College

By: Rose Hogmire  “At what point do we say ‘ouch’?” This was the question posed by University of Wisconsin Regent Jose F. Vasquez this summer before voting on a $6 […]