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The rebirth of Photogenesis

By Hannah Tetzlaff After more than a decade, the photography club, Photogenesis, is being reborn with the help of the Communication Consortium and students who are interested in photography. According […]

Sexy and you know it?

By: Jordan Grunawalt Thanks to the Ripon College Feminists, Ripon will be throwing “One Big Sexy Blowout” Nov. 7 from 2-4 p.m. The Blowout is a two-hour event geared towards spreading […]

Get to know your campus: Alex “Kaz” Kazmierski

By: Rachel Grutza  The Ripon College Reserves Officer Training Corps (ROTC) program began in 1919. Military curriculum was already part of the experience at Ripon College, soon followed by the […]

Study abroad: Queriontae Price

I arrived in China a little over a month ago and I am still in shock by the things that I discover. I regularly see things like stinky tofu that […]

Empty Bowls helping those with little to eat

By: Rose Hogmire  The Center for Social Responsibility is gearing up for its annual Empty Bowls event, which provides students with a unique dual-opportunity to take part in service learning […]

Celebrating Culture with BSU

By Connor Cummiskey The Black Student Union’s (BSU) SOUL Weekend is coming up, Nov. 5-8. Join members of the BSU for four events that will conclude with the BSU’s ever-popular […]

Students of ARMS prepare to “launch” their minor

By Emily Janssen Students and faculty in the new Ancient, Renaissance and Medieval Studies minor are preparing to launch the program on campus with a series of fun events, including […]

Meeting Miss Ripon

By Jordan Grunawalt Get ready and put your hands and credit cards together because tonight at 7:30 the Great Hall will host the 6th Annual Miss Ripon Pageant. Not your […]

Ripon College celebrates LGBTQ month

October is LGBT month and Ripon College is ready to celebrate. Bellow is a list of events for the month planned by SMAC and QSA. October 1:“Diversity in the LGBT […]

Registration: a new era

By: Lauren Hince   “It was surprising to see students get upset about registration,” says new Vice President and Dean of Faculty Ed Wingenbach.  Perhaps it is strange, but here at […]

Issues of Title IX at Ripon College

By: Rose Hogmire   “The status quo is completely unacceptable,” Sen. Patty Murray (D-Washington) remarked at a Health, Education, Labor and Pensions (HELP) Committee hearing last July, in response to the […]

A look at local government

By: Christian Ryan Parents, professors, community members and mentors are constantly telling students to become involved, aware citizens – always an admirable goal. However, if students only focus on national […]