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True Green

Where caring about the environment and "going green" used to be something only associated with hippies, it's now hard to argue that the pro-earth...

Police Log

03/30/2014 @ 10:00 p.m. Officers were approached by a student in reference to a broken exhaust on his vehicle. Officers detected a strong odor of...

Major League Baseball Enters the Age of Instant Replay

In its 145th year of organized play, Major League Baseball has stepped into the new technological era implementing the use of instant replay. Most Americans...

Police Log

03/17/2014 @ 10:33 p.m. Officers responded to an address at West College Avenue in reference to an assault. A student stated another unknown male initiated...

Review: I of the Sun

At a school like Wittenberg, study-abroad students and experiences are common.  Travel blogs are often written for family and friends, or anyone who may...

Painting Exhibit

Started on March 24 and running through April 4, Wittenberg is holding an exhibition for three painting students in the Thompson Gallery in Koch...

Senior Spotlight: Pocket Lint

The senior members of the improv group Pocket Lint must have been born with a few extra funny bones. Ranging from only a semester...

Passing it on to Pups and Pops

Wittenberg students passed on their light to pups and pops as they participated in the Residence Hall Association’s (RHA) Day of Service on Saturday...

What it means to be a leader

The Emerging Leaders Program had its final banquet last Wednesday after a six-week course that helped to shape students into future leaders. The program...

Malaysian Flight 370 and The Politics of Rescue

In the wake of the apparent tragedy of the missing Malaysian Flight MH370 the world’s attention has been grabbed by the human drama of...

Let Us Read

When the English department held their annual “Literary Pub Fest” last Tuesday, they had one goal in mind: to make it more than just...

Mental Health Awareness, Sensitivity, and Bipolar Disorder

In the March 5 issue of "The Torch," the story on the Ayele brothers, Beluele and Yonotan, involved a quote from the twins' brother,...

Farmed and Dangerous

You’ve probably seen advertisements plastered all over websites and Chipotle cups promoting a new Internet series, “Farmed and Dangerous,” which explores the dangers of...

Passing it On: Remembering James Rebhorn

James Rebhorn, a member of the Wittenberg University class of 1970, passed away surrounded by family and loved ones on Friday, March 21 after a...

Wittenberg’s Not So Secret Societies

There’s a big secret at Wittenberg, and everybody knows it. The secret societies on campus have long been a topic of confusion, contention, and...

New Chief of Police Enters the Campus Community

Every spring ushers in new beginnings, and this spring both Wittenberg and Jim Hutchins start anew. This week, Wittenberg officially announced to the public that...

A Glimpse into the Life of Joyner’s Wittenberg

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...

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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...