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Volleyball Falls to Calvin in Sweet 16

By: Jake Haubner Wittenberg entered the NCAA tournament with championship dreams.  The Tigers entered the tournament red hot on a nine game win streak, including...

Having rivalry, we tweet profanity to others: The Implications of the “Fuck Wabash” Twitter trend

On Nov. 9, 2013, the Wittenberg Tigers traveled to Crawfordsville, Ind. to face the Wabash Little Giants. Showcasing classic Wittenberg football prowess, we ended...

Mobile Dogs: The Best Hot Dogs in Town

If you are someone who is looking for a restaurant close enough to campus to walk to, but still want quality food and a...

Social Media Shutdown: WittConfessions Account Closed

Monday morning, Nov. 11 several students logged on to Twitter to realize one of the campus’s most infamous accounts had been closed. Without rhyme...

Wittenberg Tuition Freeze

Wittenberg has decided, for the second year in a row, to implement a freeze on its tuition and fees. This freeze will be in...

Marvel Sweeps in more Cinematic Swagger with Second “Thor”

Marvel has made recent moves in the entertainment industry that put them at the forefront for future production. Not only do they have an...

Higher One Involved in $15m Lawsuit

Higher One, the financial company that provides Wittenberg with its student debit cards, has recently been involved in a class action lawsuit. Earlier this...

The Battle Between Love and War: Kalibala Releases Album

If you’ve ever been around Harold Kalibala, you know that it takes him a while to open up. But if you listen to his...

Does the Unpaid Internship Pay Off?

As college students think about what to do with the rest of their lives, the benefits of internships come to mind. Yet, though these...

Tigers Send Seniors Out in Style

The Wittenberg football senior class has done more than just go 37-6 in the players’ four years in Springfield, the seniors have left a...

Tigers Beat River Falls, Fall to Fifth Ranked Wheaton

The Wittenberg men’s basketball team entered the regular season with extremely high expectations, ranked 27th in the country and picked to finish a close second...

GMOs: Controversy in the Biological and the Social-Political Spheres

By: Shannon Kelleher and Kate Causbie Shannon: Stop! You probably don’t realize it, but your dinner plate is swarming with controversy. If anything you’re about to...

Closet Spotlight

"Do I really have to wear a suit? How high is too high for a work appropriate heel? What about dressing for the weather?”...

Word on the Street: What are you Thankful for?

"I'm thankful for my family, and that I got to come to Witt. And for my karate and karate instructors." Sloan Galbraith, junior "My family,...

Police Log

11/04/2013 @ 10:11 p.m. Officers assisted a student on West Campus Dr. who wrecked a bicycle while adjusting a foot which became tangled between the...

Real World Wittenberg: Ten Months in Mahajanga, Madagascar

Few countries in the world can be considered as exotic and unique as Madagascar. Wittenberg Alumn Zach Stewart, who graduated in 2012 with a...

Max Adrien to Sue School

Eight months after being acquitted of rape and kidnapping, former Wittenberg professor of French, Hollant “Max” Adrien, filed a lawsuit Nov. 5, suing Wittenberg...

Volleyball Wins Seventh Straight NCAC Title

By: Jake Haubner As Wittenberg geared up for the NCAC tournament last weekend, Wittenberg closed out the regular season with Senior Night versus Northwestern Ohio....

Lucky Number 21

Eighteen. It’s the age that you are finally allowed to vote and play a part in deciding the country’s future. It’s also the age...

A Little Bit of Greece in Springfield

A popular complaint among Wittenberg students is the lack of unique and independently owned restaurants in the Springfield area.  Sure, we have the CDR...

Wittenberg a Steep Climb for People with Disabilities

A brief sweep of Wittenberg’s campus will greet any visitor with an abundance of hills and stairs. Though walking to class can be a...

More than Just a Dance Number

    Lyrical, hip-hop, tap, Irish dance - Wittenberg dancers showed off their moves in a variety of dance styles at the Fall Dance Concert on...

Will the Real Slim Shady Please Stand Up?

Eminem is back, yet again, with a new album. “The Marshall Mathers LP 2” was released earlier this month as a sequel to his...

Departments Sponsor Presentation on Integrated Medicine in Mongolia

On Nov. 4, Sas Carey, founder and director of the Vermont-based non-profit organization Nomadicare, presented to students and faculty at Wittenberg. Cosponsored by many...

Student Response to Witt Social Media

The recent release of Student Advisor’s Top 100 Social Media Colleges has opened discussion among some students about the effectiveness of Wittenberg’s media practices. Wittenberg...

Student Profile: Sean McCullough

     Often times students transfer colleges because of an academic pursuit, for a program not offered at their current university, or for financial or...

TSA: Trivial Security Agency?

On Nov. 1, a man identified as Paul Ciancia approached Terminal 3 at Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) and opened fire, killing a Transportation...

Faces of Wittenberg – Tim Gognat

While wandering through the bookstore, did you ever wonder who designed all the Witt gear that fills the racks? Well, wonder no more. Third...

Gravity Draws Gazers Beyond Stars

Imagine yourself in the middle of the ocean, floating aimlessly towards no particular destination, and relying on the gentle whisper of passing water to...

Wittenberg Wallops Wabash for Conference Title and Playoff Spot

Wittenberg versus Wabash is the game that decides the North Coast Athletic Conference championship almost every year in football.  Last season Wittenberg’s only blemish...

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2020 Alma Mater and Alma Lux Nominations

The Alma Mater and Alma Lux are selected on the basis of character and integrity, service to the community, concern for others,...

Track Teams Finish Top in NCAC Championships

This past weekend the Wittenberg men’s and women’s track teams traveled to Denison University for the 2020 NCAC indoor track Championship meet....

The Weekly Tiger: A Father/Daughter Date

The dynamics of Father/Daughter dates are different for everyone. For myself, my dad and I have never been particularly close, for I've...

Founders Trivia Week is a Blast for Every Class

Wednesday, Feb. 26, Founders Trivia, located in Founders Bar, was a blast for every class. Founders holds a trivia game night for students to come...