Monthly Archives: December, 0

Sports Wrap-Up

Field Hockey The Tiger field hockey squad notched its first two wins of this season this past week with two key conference victories on the...

Tiger Legacy Turns to Coaching

By: Louie Marcinek '16 In order to break into the world of college coaching, experience is everything. Ricky Dill, a junior, has received a rare...

Springfield Culture Fest

Last Saturday, in Springfield’s City Hall Plaza - among off-blue fountains and a few statues of old, dead white guys - the annual Culture...

What’s New with Tiger Transport?

By: Kayla Villegas “At first, I didn’t want to seem too eager and answer right away,” Spencer Laughman, Tiger Transport employee, admitted about answering Tiger...

Outside the Bubble

Turing Pharmaceuticals announced it would roll back the initial 5,000 percent price increase of the toxoplasmosis-fighting pill Daraprim after intense public outcry. The U.S. Federal...

New Responsibilities for the New Class Officers

Each year, there are many freshman students running for officer positions to be the leading faces for their class. This year’s freshman class of...

New FAFSA Underway

On Sept. 14, 2015, President Obama announced an executive order that would enact major changes in the free application for federal student aid, or...

The Incredible Interrobang: A Grammatical Stance

Over Family Weekend, the Writing Center had its annual Punctuation Election, wherein students vote on their favorite punctuation marks to see which will be...

Passing On the Senior Light

“I look at it as if I’m like an artist, like a person who has a pallet of colors to paint my path with,”...

Bring Back the Light, Bring the Love

At the onset of this article, I would like to submit to you, the reader, that this article is an opinion piece written out...

Saturday Senators Spotlight

Wittenberg student government has created a new platform to introduce Student Senate members called “Saturday Senators Spotlight.” This program is a new opportunity for...

New Sorority to Come to Campus

A new sorority will be introduced to Wittenberg’s campus for the 2016 spring semester, according to Carol Nickoson, Wittenberg director of Sorority and Fraternity...

Holy Comic Books Batman! Champion City Comic Con Captivates Campus

Wittenberg hosted the Champion City Comic Con in the Shouvlin Center on Sept. 26. The annual convention attracts many local vendors of comics, games...

Outside the Bubble

Turing Pharmaceuticals announced it would roll back the initial 5,000 percent price increase of the toxoplasmosis-fighting pill Daraprim after intense public outcry. The U.S. Federal...

Let’s Go Back to the Past

As the sports editor for the Torch, I am sure most of you will not be surprised to know that I am a huge...

Alternative Music Column — New Order’s New Album

New Order, an English band that has been a staple in alternative-dance and dance-rock since its formation in 1980, released its tenth record, “Music...

Chill Corner – Faith Evans

My Top 5 Faith Evans Songs: 1. “Love Like This” 2. “You Used To Love Me” 3. “Fallin’ In Love” 4. “Reasons” 5. “Heaven Only Knows” R&B has a sound...

Let it Take Your Breath Away

Have you ever seen something so stunningly beautiful that it literally takes your breath away? I have: the view from the Santa Barbara Castle...

Word On The Street

If you could trade lives with anyone, who would it be and why? "James Franco, because he always seems like he's having a good time."...

Police Log

9/17/2015 Officers were dispatched to the 600 block of Woodlawn Avenue in reference to a vehicle that had been vandalized. The owner stated she...

Wittenberg Destroys All Hope – And Then Some

Last weekend, women’s volleyball hosted the 2015 Wittenberg Fall Classic at Pam Evans Smith Arena. The home team showed its strength and finesse in...

Zack Attack: Football Life On and Off the Field

Senior Wittenberg students and roommates Zackary Jenkins and Zachary Culvahouse are partners in crime on and off the field. On Saturday when the announcer’s voice...

Family Weekend Photo Gallery

Last weekend, families gathered at Wittenberg for annual Family Weekend Festivities. (Photos by Daniel Murray)

Wittenberg Takes to Stratford Ontario, Canada

Early Friday morning in the Student Center circle, 26 students and faculty members for the English and Theater departments embarked on the eight hour...

Students’ High Hopes for Marijuana On Campus May Go Up in Smoke

“Wittenberg recognizes drug/alcohol dependency as an illness and a major health problem. The university also recognizes drug abuse as a potential health, safety, and...

Chill Corner – Dixie Chicks

Dixie Chicks were a multiple Grammy Award-winning country band from Dallas. They were commercially successful from the late ‘90s to the mid-2000s. The group...

Champion City Comic Convention Preview

Wittenberg is hosting the Champion City Comic Convention in the Shouvlin Center from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Sept. 26. This will be...

Acquired Taste

“At the rate it’s going, it’s going to take a long time for us to see true equality. But we’ll get there one day,...

Witt Needs a Little More Spark

Two weeks ago, Witt got a little spark of excitement with the second annual SPARK Conference, a series of TED Talk-style lectures. This year,...

Motion City Soundtrack Album Review

“Panic Stations,” the sixth album from Minnesota pop-punk/alternative rock band Motion City Soundtrack, was released on Sept. 18, and may send fans mixed feelings...

Most Read

Donald Trump was nominated for a Nobel Peace Prize. He doesn’t deserve it.

For the second time, Donald Trump has been nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize by right-wing Norwegian MP, Christian Tybring-Gjedde. In Tybring-Gjedde’s...

“We were on our own:” Quarantine at Wittenberg

At the peak of Wittenberg’s COVID-19 outbreak on Sept. 12, over 250 students or 15% of the student body were in quarantine...

Mental Space: Panic Attacks

Panic attacks are not a fun experience for anyone. A panic attack is more than just being unable to calm your thoughts...

Decorating Mugs Creates a Memorable Campus Experience

On Friday, Sept. 18 at the Diversity House along Alumni Way, students showed their creativity using only a sharpie to make the...