Community in the time of Coronavirus

Multicultural affairs director says food pantry provides both meals and connections By Connor Renshaw Over the first week of Spring Break Director of Multicultural Affairs Maria Mendoza-Bautista turned the main […]

Chamber concerts now free of charge

College aims to increase attendance By Ali Hamza   Following a decision by the Office of Advancement, Ripon College Chamber Music Concerts are now free. This is a change from […]

President spends summer in Italy

Messitte talks about his work and experience during his sabbatical By Ali Hamza   During the summer of 2019, President Zachariah Messitte went to Italy for Sabbatical for the first […]

Gallaries, flowers, cafes, oh my!

Renovations you may have missed over the summer   By Samuel Audisho Over the summer, multiple renovations were made to buildings on campus while most students were away. A pollinator […]

College Looking to Revamp Empty Spaces on Campus

Administration is discussing options for spaces in Bovay and Harwood Memorial Union. By Payton Blessing Over the past year, students and faculty of Ripon College as well members of the […]

With Support from Ripon College

CCF and Circle K head south to help victims of Hurricane Harvey By Lauren Hince Fifteen students from Circle K and Campus Christian Fellowship (CCF) traveled to Texas as part […]

Representation of Minorities on Campus

Students discuss how they view the college’s representation of minorities on campus. By Nhi Le Selena Luna, a first year, states her experiences here with racism have been subtle incidences […]

Catalyst: A Constantly Evolving Model of and for Higher Education

By Katelyn Van Swol At the annual Association of American Colleges and Universities conference in the beginning of February, Dean Wingenbach, Professor Mark Kainz and Professor Young spoke on a […]

Views from the Beak

By Madeline VandenHouten “I love high fives, hugs, any interaction with students and community members. I also love to take photos with people, even people who don’t know who I […]

Ripon College welcomes Sara Hathaway to Career Development

By Mra Than “It has been two weeks since I started working at Ripon College and it has been amazing. I’ve met amazing faculty, staff and students and Ripon is […]

One of the best ever

By Brendan McCoy On Friday, Dec. 2, 2016 Ty Sabin scored 35 points in a game against Monmouth College that saw the Red Hawks come from being down 12 points […]

Reporting and stopping bias incidents

College implements a formal procedure with new Bias Related Incident Protocol By Hannah Tetzlaff The new Biased Related Incident Protocol offers Ripon College students for the first time, a clear […]