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Protest in Pickard Commons:...

By Tyler Sturzl A group of about 50 containing faculty, staff and students assembled in the lower area of Pickard Commons to convey one message: “We are here for you.” This was no ordinary assembly of Ripon College members. No chairs, no tables and no rhyming chants accompanied this protest; students sitting on the ground, […]

The Trump files part one: w...

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 morning commute: you would rather it didn’t happen but you can’t look away. As he champions more airtime than any other Republican candidate, according to […]

Presidential races resume a...

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 a few of the contenders for the Democratic and Republican nominations. Republicans: Jeb Bush, commonly associated with his brother George W. Bush and his father […]