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Whispers of Race: Celebrating Diversity at Wittenberg

Last Wednesday, sophomore Mecca Abdul-Aziz hosted a discussion on race called “Why Black Lives Matter.” The event was an informal discussion and attempt, in...

Faculty, Alumni: a student says ‘thanks’

For my American Political Thought class, we’re reading a book called “The Handmaiden’s Tale” by Margaret Atwood. In this dystopian novel, the U.S. has...

Professor Battle Talks Empathy, Disembodiment and the Subversive Potential of Kanye West

Last Wednesday in Ness Auditorium, English Professor Sha’Dawn Battle presented an excerpt of her dissertation, in which she explored, in light of the recurring...

Alum Update: Elizabeth Boyer

Class of 2014 alumna Elizabeth Boyer has gone from one success to the next by going out on the limbs of her interests. “All through...

Witt Welcomes Interim President Richard Helton

Richard Helton, fresh out of retirement after 11 years as president of Vincennes University, began his 12-18 month term as Wittenberg’s interim president on...

Why the “Wittenberg Walk” is a Hoax

Our campus is plagued by a cultural disease—I’ll call it niceness. We are always smiling at each other, tossing timed ‘how are yous’ to release...

AIA Hosts Panel Discussion on Immigration

As millions of refugees are forced to flee their war-torn, poverty-stricken homelands and terror unfurls in places like Paris and Beirut, the media buzzes...

Witt’s Own Finalist in Smithsonian Portrait Competition

Daniel McInnis, professor of art, has been named a finalist in the triennial Smithsonian National Portrait Gallery, the Outwin Boochever Portrait Competition. Every third...

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