Monthly Archives: December, 0

Unity Walk and Wall

It isn’t often that students are allowed to graffiti walls on campus, but on Wednesday, Oct. 28, students were encouraged to do just that....

The Revival of Computer Science Major

Along with the revival of the computer science major comes a new component: the addition of a cyber security track. The computer science major was...

Terri Kern in Ann Miller Gallery

The Ann Miller Gallery, located on the first floor of Koch Hall, will be hosting artist Terri Kern’s ceramic sculpture collection from Sept. 28...

Travel Reflections: My New Favorite Phrase

No pasa nada. Literal translation: nothing happened. Throughout my time in Spain, this three-letter phrase has become my favorite. If I had a dollar for every...

The NCAC and True Champions

Last year, the College of Wooster had one of the most exciting baseball teams in Division III. They had an electrifying offense, slashing .350/.446/.535...

Students Know, So Come Clean Witt

Students know. If the department cuts and the professors nervously whispering in the hallways aren’t enough indication, students would find out anyway. After all,...

Tough Choices for Wittenberg’s Financial Situation

“Tough choices” and “difficult decisions” are phrases often deployed by the administration when discussing the budget cuts. What is not clear is who the...

Chill Corner – DJ Cam

DJ Cam is a French disc jockey who mixes hip-hop, jazz and soul in his music. Much of his work is reminiscent of old...

Outside The Bubble

Independence parties in Catalonia presented a motion to begin the process of the region’s secession from Spain. President Obama announced the U.S. Military will halt...

Laurel Shouvlin and Her Peculiar Girls

by Andrea Mattingly “Giiiii-rrrrllls,” Laurel Shouvlin yodeled out three times, getting louder and longer with each call. Wondering why the girls were keeping some visitors...

“Crimson Peak” Movie Review

Edith Cushing (Mia Wasikowska) has been seeing ghosts since she was a little girl, coming to her in the middle of the night and...

Jammin with Jess — 5SOS

“Sounds Good Feels Good,” the sophomore album of pop-punk group 5 Seconds of Summer (5SOS), was released earlier this month, and though the band...

Where Did All the Vending Machines Go?

A few weeks ago, there was a mass exodus of vending machines; they were wheeled out of dorms and academic buildings alike with students,...

Police Log

10/06/2015 to 10/07/2015 Officers were dispatched to the Student Center in reference to a theft from an office. Officers met with a staff member,...

SHERES Safe Space

Organization Advertisement This year has been a year of changes in many ways for Wittenberg. Unfortunately, these changes have not all been easy to cope...

Tiger Sports Wrap

Men’s Soccer Freshman Austin Lewis’ three shots on goal were not enough, as the Tigers fell in a conference showdown 6-0 to the Battling Bishops...

Women’s Golf

Wittenberg University women’s golf wrapped up the fall season by hosting the Pat Clouse invitational at home this week. The Tigers’ second place finish...

Jammin’ with Jess: Connor Leimer Review

Connor Leimer, a 19-year-old singer-songwriter from Kansas, visited campus last Friday on his “dorm tour,” a tour in which he is stopping by college...

Epic Loot Comes To Springfield

Wittenberg students who are fans of comic books, role-playing games and retro video games will have a new reason to be excited. Epic Loot...

Travel Reflection: People Watching in Madrid

My favorite sport in Madrid, home of the Real Madrid fútbol (soccer) team? People watching. And the best part? It’s free. So just plop down...

“Arms and the Man” Review

Last weekend, the Wittenberg Theater and Dance Department put on its first main stage production of the year, a wonderful rendition of “Arms and...

Sunday Morning

The Honorable Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., once famously said: “It is appalling that the most segregated hour of Christian America is 11...

Chill Corner – Shania Twain

Shania Twain is a Canadian country-pop singer who was active and commercially popular from the early ‘90s to the early 2000s. After a long...

Annual Security and Fire Report

The Annual Campus Security and Fire Report for the three year period 2012-2014 was released to students last week. Since the signing of the Jeanne...

At the Box Office: “The Scorch Trials”

For book fanatics, there is always an aura of excitement upon the announcement of a highly popular novel being adapted into a movie. For...

A Different Kind of Fraternity

When people think of fraternities, they probably don’t think of an organized group of boys and girls getting together every few weeks to work...

The Impact: New FAFSA May Affect Middle Class Families

President Obama recently announced changes in the FAFSA program that would allow students to apply for assistance and loans earlier. These changes will ostensibly...

Word on the Street

What does the motto "Tiger Up" mean to you? "It means to have spirit, man." – Cylie Hodge, '18 "It's like a better way of upholding...

Take Back the Night

On Oct. 8, Wittenberg students held the annual Take Back the Night event, which is put on by No Woman Left Behind. Take Back the...

Greek Week 2015

Wittenberg’s fraternities and sororities paired up and participated in a series of competitive (and fun) activities for the yearly campus-wide phenomenon known as Greek...

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English Professor Detail Progress on Her Campaign for State Representative

Wittenberg professor of English Cynthia Richards announced her campaign for State Representative on Nov. 21, 2019. Since then, she has made great...

Wittenberg Hires New Assistant Tennis Coach

Game, set... whoa, new coach? This shocking news might have come across some tennis players' minds at Wittenberg University when they hired...

Donald Trump was nominated for a Nobel Peace Prize. He doesn’t deserve it.

For the second time, Donald Trump has been nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize by right-wing Norwegian MP, Christian Tybring-Gjedde. In Tybring-Gjedde’s...

“We were on our own:” Quarantine at Wittenberg

At the peak of Wittenberg’s COVID-19 outbreak on Sept. 12, over 250 students or 15% of the student body were in quarantine...