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Shift in Employment Process Spells Success for Students

Recent emails from Wittenberg’s Office of Student Employment have indicated the winds of change are blowing in the process for obtaining student employment. However,...

Women of Wittenberg

Let me tell you: I love to see women supporting women. Nothing gives me goose bumps like a good Overcoming-the-Patriarchy story. But I think...

Walkout that is still being commemorated

In spite of the dreary, rainy weather, students, faculty, and staff all joined together with umbrellas in hand to come together in solidarity and...

Witt Photography in NYC

After 12 hours in a van, one train, and a bus, Wittenberg’s Advanced Photography class arrived at their hostel in Midtown, Manhattan. Packed with a...

Alma Lux and Alma Mater: Wittenberg’s Highest Honors

By: Jack Ruble             This past week the nominees for Wittenberg University’s highest award bestowed onto one male and one female in the current junior...

Trouble on the Horizon: Threat of War in the Ukraine

By: Jack Ruble             More and more, the situation in the Ukraine is leading the headlines in news organizations in the United States.  As the...

BRIDGE/NWLB

Last Wednesday No Woman Left Behind (NWLB) and Bringing Residential Individuals to Discover General Equality (BRIDGE) hosted a discussion with Wendy Gradwohl, professor of...

Gill and Evans New Title IX Coordinators

Late last month, students received a campus wide notification of the Title IX statute, outlining the purpose of the document as well as announcing that...

“Mr.Peabody and Sherman”: A Fun Adventure Through Time

Fran Stygar @FStygar Back in the 1960s, “Mr. Peabody and Sherman” was a history education segment of the popular television show “Rocky and Bullwinkle.” But as...

Police Log

03/09/2014 @ 5:52 pm - 8:55 p.m. Officers performed routine building checks and located unsecured doors at Tower Hall and Myers Hall. Rooms were secured...

#BanBossy

#BanBossy, started by Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg, has taken Facebook and Twitter by storm. It seeks to stop the use of "bossy" to describe...

Chief of Police Chosen from Springfield Community

Wittenberg has been no stranger to change this academic year, and a new change in the Department of Police and Security was not exempt...

Dan McInnis’ “Battleground”

Daniel McInnis, assistant professor of art, created a photo exhibit entitled "Battleground" that benefitted Project Woman. "Battleground" is a portfolio of work that McInnis started in 2011,...

Credits and Calendars: Why is Witt So Weird?

Wittenberg’s academic calendar is a little unique. Classes here are four credits, while at most colleges classes are five, and students usually only take...

Empty Bowls Filled With Meaning

Imagine 842 million empty bowls, representing the 12 percent of the global population suffering from chronic hunger in a world that produces enough food...

Pass the Plasma: New Donation Trend on Campus

Ever wonder what that clear, yellowish liquid that oozes from a cut or scrape is? While we may be quick to blot it off,...

Springfield Promise Neighborhood is a Shining Example

The continuing success the Springfield Promise Neighborhood could result in the local poverty alleviation project becoming a model for similar projects across the nation. The...

Thiossane Brings West African Dance to Campus for Close to Black History Month

Thiossane West African Dance Institute came to campus last Friday, on the last day of Black History Month, to perform for about 75 guests,...

Career Services Hosts Networking Workshop For Seniors

Like most things about the world, students from the ages of 18-24 think they have etiquette all figured out. It isn’t until a student...

How to Pack Efficiently

Rolling your pants can help conserve space. If you plan on working out, bring a bag or gallon size Ziplock to keep your shoes from...

Cuts to International Office Enrage Foreign Students

When Wittenberg American International Association (AIA) was informed last week of the termination of a key position in the Office of International Education, international...

A Piece of the Puzzle: Witt and the Peace Corps

            Wittenberg University was one of the significant pieces to the puzzle of John F. Kennedy’s Peace Corps plan, according to Tom Taylor, history...

Sexual Assault: Men Are Victims Too – Jessica Hamm

            On college campuses (and everywhere around the world), the media focuses on “rape culture,” particularly the victimization of women within it. It portrays...

Police Log

02/16/2014 @ 1:43 a.m. Officers were dispatched to New Residence Hall in reference to a male passed out in a restroom. The male was transported...

“Pompeii:” A Disaster in Itself

If you're a fan of "Game of Thrones" and its complex, fast-paced storytelling, vivid characters and engaging plots....then "Pompeii" is not the movie for...

The Unheard Voice

It seems that the voice of men has been lost among those of feminists. Not to give feminists a bad rap–I would consider myself...

Softball Looks to Soar

Dan Sabol The 2013 season was a very good one for the Wittenberg softball team, as the Tigers finished second in the conference and came...

Women’s Basketball Season Comes to a Close

AJ Meyer The Wittenberg women’s basketball 2013-2014 season came to a tough end last Tuesday evening as the Lady Tigers lost their North Coast Athletic...

Tigers Tripped up in Tournament Final

  Cam Chambers After an exciting weekend, the Wittenberg men's basketball team defeated DePauw on Friday, but then suffered a loss to Wooster in the North...

Lacrosse Continues Early Success

Jacob Haubner Wittenberg lacrosse remained undefeated against Transylvania on Saturday. The Tigers opened up the game firing shots early.  The Tigers were up 3-0 with...

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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...