Monthly Archives: December, 0

Former Witt Professor Found Dead

Former Wittenberg professor Hollant “Max” Adrien was killed last month in Florida. According to the Miami Herald, Adrien was beaten to death after an alleged...

Wittenberg Swimmers Have Winning Senior Day

Seniors on the Wittenberg Swimming and Diving team were honored on Saturday, Jan. 28 during their meet against Hiram. Hiram appeared to be strong only...

Senior Spotlight: Camila Quiñones Reflects on Her Busy Time at Wittenberg

For senior Camila Quiñones, the past four years of college have been nothing short of the typical Wittenberg experience, consisting of being an overly-involved...

12th Annual East Asian Festival a Great Way to Experience Culture

The East Asian Festival is truly an amazing event. For the past 12 years, students studying Japanese and Chinese, alongside people who simply appreciate...

“Dead Man’s Cell Phone” A Must-See

Over the weekend, playwright Sarah Ruhl’s, “Dead Man’s Cell Phone” was brought to life at Wittenberg’s New Student Theatre. Just picture it. You’re seated...

Mac McClelland Offers Insight into His Novel, “The Magnitude of Her Fury”

Moving from south Florida to Ohio, Mac McClelland, 60, is currently a novelist and professor at Wittenberg teaching English, journalism and creative writing. As an...

Vocational Event SPARKs Student Interest

Wittenberg students and faculty sparked conversations about vocation on Friday, Jan. 27 in Founder’s Pub. Students Max Joseph, ’17, and Madeline O’Malley, ’18, joined Brian...

On the Place of Opinions

I am anti-censorship. I do not believe in thought policing, and I believe that everyone, regardless of how much I disagree with it, has...

Treyarch vs. Infinity Ward: Who Does Zombies Better?

Zombies have been a fad that has taken over our generation through many different forms. Treyarch has been dominating Zombie video games since 2008...

Tigers Defeated in Match-Up Against DePauw Tigers

On Wednesday, Jan. 25, the Wittenberg’s Women’s Basketball Team fought a tough battle against the DePauw University Tigers, losing 51-38. In the first minute...

Super Bowl Preview: Patriots Sporting the Upper Hand

After a lackluster NFL postseason, where fans have seen just two competitive games out of the ten that have been played, the Atlanta Falcons...

Box Scores

Men’s Basketball Wednesday, January 25th                    1          2          Final Wittenberg (12-6)                              ...

Tiger Spotlight: Martin Mora, Tennis Star, Looking to have Unbeaten Season

Junior Martin Mora has been dominating opponents for the Wittenberg Tigers Tennis Team ever since he stepped foot on campus as a freshmen in...

Art Trumps Ignorance

“Let’s just see what happens,” is what most optimists stated proceeding both the results of the 2016 presidential election as well as the inauguration...

“The Crown” is Netflix’s Newest Hit Show

Ever wonder what being royal was like? “The Crown” has quickly become one of Netflix’s top watched shows. The series follows Queen Elizabeth II (Claire...

The Language of America is Not The Language of Hate

“Trump’s Mexico Tantrum,” “Opponents of Abortion See Long-Held Goals in Reach” and “President Trump’s War on Women Begins.” These headlines speckle the pages of...

Celebrating Wittenberg’s Black Leaders: William A. McClain

Inspiring others and making a difference is what William Andrew McClain believed in. He paved the way for future students of color by becoming...

The Icarus Account Rocks Founders

Twin brothers Ty and Trey Turner of the acoustic folk band, The Icarus Account, performed at Founders on Jan. 25. The brothers started their music...

Leave KOTUS Alone

It still seems like the nation is clearly divided nearly three months after election day. But one thing we should all be on the...

Hidden Gem: Winans Chocolates and Coffees a Sweet Date Night

There is a new place in downtown Springfield – and it smells so sweet. Filled to the ceiling with every kind of chocolate a...

Tiger Tycoons: Me4Me Providing Social Media Consultations for Businesses

Loie Greenwood, ’19, spent last summer in Columbus doing an internship with Complete Research Connection. As the summer drew to a close, Greenwood realized...

Word On The Street

If you could wake up tomorrow in the body of someone else, who would it be and what would you do? "Jennifer Lopez because she...

Pup of the Woof: Tyka

On any given day, walk outside and take in the beautiful scenery Witt has to offer. Take in the trees, the people and the...

Wittenberg Men’s Volleyball “Kills” Their First Tournament

Wittenberg’s Men’s Volleyball team “set” themselves up for a great season this weekend at the second annual Jim Coleman Memorial Invitational. The team left...

Word on the Street

Would you rather have it all or know it all? "I'd rather know it all because I take pride in being well learned." - Marie...

Vlada Stankovic Brings Research to Wittenberg

Last Wednesday was an exciting day for Wittenberg University’s history department as it kicked off the semester with its spring colloquium. Award winning researcher...

Student Senate Reallocating Funds

Over the past year, Student Senate has been working to find a maintainable way to manage the money given to Wittenberg via students’ Student...

Athlete Spotlight: Connor Seipel a Freshman Standout

Connor Seipel is an upcoming freshman standout on the Wittenberg men’s basketball team. Having played basketball “for as long as can remember,” Seipel...

2016 Celebrity Obituary

It has been a great honor to cover some of the most influential figures America has fostered in its growth. It is also to...

‘Bajirao Mastani’ Provides for a Great Movie Night

Inspired by Nagnath S. Inamdar’s novel “Raau,” Bhansali’s film “Bajirao Mastani” (2015) might be giving Hollywood a run for its money. Set in India during...

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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...