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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 […]

Scott Stazzante “Common Ground” review

By: Hannah Tetzlaff  On the night of Sept. 11, Scott Strazzante ’86, gave an artist talk on his photographic exhibit, Common Ground, which will be at Caestecker Gallery until Oct. […]

Get to know your campus: Professor Schatzinger

By: Ben Valdez  Professor Schatzinger is an associate professor of politics and government at Ripon College. He was born and raised in Germany and, ironically, specializes in American politics. Schatzinger’s […]

The Trump files part one: why we should listen

By: Rose Hogmire  For most Americans, Donald Trump’s run for the Republican nomination and presidency has been met with an annoyance and fascination similar to a car crash disrupting your […]

Get to know your campus: Yessra Sankari

By: Rachel Grutza  Understanding the Syrian Civil War requires one to look back to the 1920s (and even further, to be honest), when its borders with Turkey, Iraq, Lebanon, Jordan, […]

The Curriculum overhaul: ominous cloud or shining hope?

By: Connor Cummiskey Over the last couple semesters, Ripon College has been going through some dramatic changes. The curriculum, the classes the college offers, is in the midst of review […]

The 411 on 314

photo courtesy of Ric Damm By: Lauren Hince  Picture a trendy downtown space, filled from floor to ceiling with college kids decked out in their most authentic hipster garb, sipping their […]

Presidential races resume as classes begin

By: Connor Cummiskey As students return to Ripon and classes begin, it is important to remember the elections are also just heating up. The following is a quick overview of […]

Dating Someone from Home

By: Rachel Grutza When I came to Ripon College two years ago, I had just started dating a man named Cole. Our relationship lasted from the summer of 2013 until […]