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Last week, “The Dayton Business Journal” named Wittenberg President Laurie Joyner one of the 50 most influential businesswomen in the Dayton area. Joyner’s honor is highly unsettling, as it highlights and reaffirms the direction of our liberal arts institution towards a callous business model — …

On any given day, the second floor of Recitation Hall is humming loudly, particularly centered around the President’s office. President Laurie Joyner’s day on Monday, March 24 started early “this morning at 4 a.m.” she told me. When I arrived at 9:30 a.m., we were …

It’s 4 p.m. on a Monday and Laurie Joyner is awaiting the arrival of the elevator in Hollenbeck Hall. Upstairs on the third floor is a room full of a select group of faculty members that make up the Faculty Executive Board (FEB). This is …

Last Monday, over 100 Wittenberg students, faculty, staff, and community members came together under the leadership of Julius Bailey, professor of philosophy, to discuss recent highly publicized events of racial profiling and police brutality. The town hall style meeting called “The Tape Comes Off: Race, Rights, and …

On Thursday, May 1, the U.S. Department of Education released a list of 55 schools under investigation for possible Title IX violations regarding the handling of sexual assaults on campus; Wittenberg, amongst other, bigger schools such as Ohio State University, is on the list. According …

Renowned vocal group the Fisk Jubilee Singers entertained and enlightened music students, faculty and the Springfield community with performances last Thursday. Featured in a PBS award-winning television documentary Jubilee Singers: Sacrifice and Glory, the group has also traveled to Ghana at the invitation of the …