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Monthly Archives: January, 2017

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 attempt at unwanted “sexual advances”...

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 in the doggy-paddle, as the...

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 student, however, she “wouldn’t change...

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 Asian culture, have come together...

“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 in the third row, the...

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 environmental writer, McClelland has written...

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 Yontz, associate professor of education,...

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 a right to not only...

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 when it released Call of...

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 and 57 seconds, sophomore Sydney...

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