The Grapes of Wrath

March 1, 2016 Heaven Osborne 0

Last week in Chakeres Memorial Theater, a large cast of talented student actors and actresses took the stage in Wittenberg Department of Theater and Dance’s […]

The Printing Plague

March 1, 2016 Jess Hamm 0

Last week, Wittenberg had hardware trouble with the computers linked to the printing system complicating life for students and faculty. According to IT system administrator […]

From Football to Feminism

February 28, 2016 Kylie Ponn 0

During activist Don McPherson’s visit to Wittenberg this past week, he spoke to both men and women about issues regarding sexual assault, harassment and much […]


February 28, 2016 Andrea Mattingly 0

Outraged by how society talks about various feminine lifestyles and problems, spoken word poets Megan Falley and Olivia Gatwood created the duo “Speak Like a […]

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Letter from Alumni

February 28, 2016 Keri Heath 1

To whom it may concern, We, as alumni of Wittenberg University, are concerned and disappointed regarding the abrupt changes in the Health Center management at […]

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Letter from Faculty

February 28, 2016 Keri Heath 7

Dear Mark and Wittenberg’s Senior Administrative leadership, Today [as of publication] is the twenty-ninth day that students at Wittenberg have been without access to contraceptive […]

Black Box Improv

February 28, 2016 Jess Hamm 0

Last Wednesday, Feb. 24, the Black Box Improv Theater visited Wittenberg, and the founder of the theater, Justin Howard, taught a master class in Shouvlin […]

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Word on the Street

February 28, 2016 Celina Thompson 0

What is the most creative meal you have made with CDR food? “Chicken patties with marinara and provolone cheese.” — DaShawn Glover, ’16 “Cheese, bacon […]

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Police Log

February 28, 2016 Keri Heath 0

02/21/2016 Officers were dispatched to Faculty Court in reference to a fight between two roommates. The students had been arguing over chores. One of the […]