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The view of Scott hall from the walkway to the Quads from Upper Campus. Photo Courtesy of Mandy Barlow.

High temperatures ignite student frustration with on-campus living conditions

Students express their discontent with uncomfortable temperatures in Scott Hall and the lack of administrative action As spring temperatures climb, Scott Hall residents at Ripon College are observing uncomfortably hot […]

Members of Professor Joe Hatcher’s social psychology class who are helping to host a Share Your Spare: The Importance of Organ Donation Event. Photo Courtesy of Deana Johnson

A Cause Close to Home

College hosts Share Your Spare: Importance of Organ Donation A Ripon College social psychology class is working on a project close to the heart of the community. Two Ripon College […]

People walking by Le Palais Idéal in Hauterives, France.

Hannah Brockman undergoes a unique educational experience studying abroad in France

Brockman shares insights into the differences between the French and American educational systems from her semester abroad In the fall of 2022, Ripon College junior Hannah Brockman embarked on a […]

Yazmin Doroteo works at her desk in the Center for Diversity and Inclusion.

Ripon College welcomes a new CDI director

An interview with the new Director of Multicultural Affairs Yazmin Doroteo assumed her new position as Director of Multicultural Affairs on January 17th, 2023, and now leads the Center for […]

A student participating in a lab in a Farr lab room. Photo courtesy of Bryson Patterson.

Ripon College announces $35 million strategic infrastructure plan

Significant structural changes on the Ripon College campus will break ground in 2023 Ripon College will see several big and long-awaited structural changes in the next few years In light […]

The Attack of the Snow Ducks

Mysterious duck-shaped snowballs appear around campus As students returned to campus from Winter Break, they were met by an army of ducks — ducks made out of snow, that is.  […]

“How bad can it really be?”

Students respond to Jeffrey Dahmer documentary series on Netflix To watch or not to watch; that is the question currently among students on Ripon College’s campus and people across the […]

Coach Ron Ernst

Coach Ernst retires following record season

Ernst reflects on his 32 years of coaching and plans for retirement The Red Hawk football team played its last game of the season Nov. 12, becoming Midwest Conference champions […]

Ripon College dining hit by inflation

Students and Sage impacted by rising prices As local and global economies face heavy inflation, Ripon College dining has seen significant changes in pricing. Students have seen prices rise greatly, […]

Is Ripon College Safe?

Campus Administration and Greek Life host panel for students regarding campus safety protocols and reports.

Sage starts semester off strong with new events

Ripon’s Dining Service aims to “bring a new taste to everyone and make everyone happy.”


Ripon College Paranormal Investigators have a spooky tale of campus to tell as they prepare for their haunted tour.  Ripon College Paranormal Investigators (RCPI) is a club on campus known […]