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 […]
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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 […]
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. […]
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 […]
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 […]
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, […]
Campus Administration and Greek Life host panel for students regarding campus safety protocols and reports.
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 […]
College counseling department unveils new relaxation room
At least four security cameras are set to be installed in Johnson Hall.
A talk with Ripon College’s poet-in-residence Freesia McKee For the fall 2022 semester, Freesia McKee is Wisconsin’s Own Library’s Poet-in-Residence at Ripon College. The Poet-in-Residence position includes living on campus […]