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Speaking With Both Lips, What Vulvas Have to do with Free Speech

By: Connor Cummiskey The Ripon College Feminists made waves recently by posting large, brightly colored drawings of vulvas in residence halls to advertise their One Big Sexy Blowout event. The […]

RallyNet: Ripon College enters the 21st century

by: Lauren Hince This year Ripon College’s ITS department has made steps towards the new digital age. Since April of 2014, Ripon College has been planning and implementing a secure […]

Intramural Magic

By: Jordan Grunawalt Hold on to your wizarding hats, and grab your broomsticks because a Quidditch team is coming to campus next semester. Muggle Quidditch is similar to the fictional […]

France and Lebanon: A double standard

By: Rose Hogmire  Numerous trending hashtags, a special France flag filter and the activation of Facebook’s Safety Check were just a few of the many ways the world showed its […]

More nimble J-Board ready to settle disputes

By: Connor Cummiskey  Over this last summer and into this semester the Student Judiciary Board (J-board) has undergone some drastic changes, including a revamped constitution, more efficient organization and updated […]

Laundry: a small step in student life initiatives

By: Rose Hogmire Ripon College students will be charged for the first time for laundry and printing beginning in the spring 2016 semester. With the latest installments of one card […]

Will this be the first Snapchat election?

By: Ben Valdez Is this the first Snapchat election? This was the question comedian Stephen Colbert asked Snapchat CEO Evan Spiegal just one month ago on The Late Show, just […]

The state of greek life

By: Jordan Grunawalt Greek life traditionally serves as a pillar of college society, but as of this year there are only 179 Ripon College students reportedly affiliated with any of […]

Chili cook-off foreshadows new fundraising strategy for Greeks

By: Hannah Tetzlaff Members of Greek life hosted a chili cook-off at the 314 Project Space on Dec. 4 during the city of Ripon’s Dickens of a Christmas event. The […]

Residence Life’s take on the vaginas

By: Jessica Joanis  Residence Halls are designed to be spaces for communal living, students have that as their home while they are here. As a department on campus charged with […]

The Illiberalism of Speech Codes

By: Steve Martin, PhD in Communication  Many colleges and universities restrict students’ free speech in a wide range of ways. At the same time, those very same colleges and universities […]

The Trump files part two: Is Trump actually blue?

By: Rose Hogmire  The latest campaign triumphs from Republican nominee hopeful, Donald Trump, can give his followers and the media a sense of amnesia, especially considering  his ties to the […]