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Wittenberg Retention Rates On Par With Others

On Aug. 5, 2016, a Dayton Daily News article painted a picture of hope for Wittenberg University. This article was about the class of...

Marcia Cassis Presents Çadir Höyük

On Wednesday, Feb. 22, Wittenberg’s history department sponsored a colloquium event in Shouvlin 105. Marica Cassis, an archaeologist and professor of history from Memorial...

4 Tips To Make the Most Out of Spring Break

Looking forward, next week is the very anticipated spring break. I have a couple of tips to make sure you fully utilize your spring...

FYS Coordinator Stepping Down

Taking over as the First Year Seminar (FYS) director three years ago, Katie Warber, communication professor, has recently stepped down. Warber has been teaching...

Senior Spotlight: Max Joseph Recalls Lesotho and Looks Forward to Peace Corps

Grandview native Max Joseph has a service-driven future ahead of him after his four years at Wittenberg. The senior political science major has immersed himself...

Box Scores

Men’s Basketball Tuesday, February 21st                       1          2          Final Hiram (11-15)                              ...

Tiger Basketball: A Season in Review

Wittenberg men’s and women’s basketball has concluded in Pam Evans-Smith Arena for the 2016-2017 season. Let’s look back at how our Tigers fared. This season...

Passing it On To Others

It’s no secret that Wittenberg students are passionate about giving back. It’s even in our motto, "Having light, we pass it on to others."...

Wittenberg Welcomes Martin Luther King’s Driver

Clarence Bozeman, Martin Luther King’s driver, came and spoke about his experience of knowing Martin Luther King in an event sponsored by Multicultural Student...

You Scream, We Scream, We All Scream For Young’s Ice Cream

With ice cream, steaks and putt-putt, students can’t go wrong with a trip to Young’s in nearby Yellow Springs. Although not within the city...

In Your Over-Scheduled Life, Schedule Time for You

Open up your daily schedule and take a look. I guarantee you, it’s jam-packed. You’ve got class, homework and that group project you are dreading....

To Becca Ziska, Success Means Growth

Junior basketball player Becca Ziska wants to be the teammate that is always there to lend support or advice, the first one to come...

Wittenberg Sports Celebrate Team Traditions

Much like Wittenberg University, many of its athletic teams are rich in tradition. From countless pregame chants and wearing eye-black like war paint to...

Sigma Delta Pi Hosts Immigration Panel

On Feb. 22, Sigma Delta Pi and Founders Pub invited members of the Wittenberg community to come and listen to a panel of students...

Witt Talks Dating Violence

One in three women and one in four men have been physically abused by their partners. This kind of violence is most common for...

The Co-Dependenc on the Democratic Party

Lamarr Lewis, a 2006 graduate of Wittenberg, was able to come back to his alma mater on Thursday, Feb. 23 to present at the...

Chill Corner: ’90s West Coast Hip-Hop

Artis Leon Ivey, better known as Coolio, is a crazy-haired hidden gem of the ‘90s West Coast hip-hop genre. Though he was comparatively lesser...

“A Cure for Wellness” Review

Travelers to foreign lands are often cautioned, "Don’t drink the water." The warning couldn’t be more accurate in the newest psychological thriller, "A Cure...

Word on the Street

What was your most memorable childhood moment? "When I was in pre-school and I ripped my pants straight down the middle and had to sit...

Moderwell Named NCAC Player of the Week

Wittenberg Men’s Lacrosse team recently traveled to Nashville, Tenn. to take on Colorado College on Sunday, Feb. 19. Although they came out of the...

Pocket Lint A Success Once Again

Wittenberg’s very own improvisational comedy group, Pocket Lint, held performances on Feb. 18-19 at the new Wittenberg Student Theater at the Springfield Museum of...

Super Service Saturday A Success

Super Service Saturday was a day filled with service and learning for eight Wittenberg students and three students from the University of Dayton (UD)....

Heartbreaking Losses at Wooster to Close Out Regular Season

Wittenberg’s biggest rival since the beginning of athletics has always seemed to be the Fighting Scots of the College of Wooster. No one really...

Wittenberg To Welcome St. Joseph’s Transfers

At a time when higher education institutes are scrambling for tuition dollars, St. Joseph’s College (SCJ), a four-year liberal arts Catholic college in Rensselaer,...

An Introduction to Witt’s 15th President, Michael Frandsen

Following a 13-month search process, Wittenberg announced its fifteenth president, Michael Frandsen, on Feb. 10. Frandsen has held many positions in both education and cooperate...

Housing Lottery Under Student Scrutiny

This year’s housing lottery is undergoing some changes that have been upsetting to students. Coordinator of Student Rental Properties, Angie Kettler, discussed the changes...

Athlete Spotlight: Becca Joseph, Senior Lacrosse Captain

The transition from high school lacrosse to college lacrosse can be difficult for most student athletes, but for Becca Joseph, senior captain and fourth...

Box Scores

Men’s Basketball Wednesday, February 15th                              1          2          Final Ohio Wesleyan (18-6)                            ...

Aw Hail No! to Ohio’s Weather

During my years at Wittenberg, I have come to have a love-hate relationship with the month of February. We all have made jokes about...

Author Rayshawn Wilson Reflects on the Events in His Life

Author of the book "LionHeart: Coming From Where I’m From," Rayshawn Wilson came and spoke to students about his story of struggle and triumph...

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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...