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Long-Time Diving Coach Passes Away

Wittenberg’s long-time diving coach Jim Smith passed away on the morning of Feb. 3, after fighting a long battle with cancer.   Smith, who joined Wittenberg...

After Difficult Season, Tigers Look to Dominate Conference

Wittenberg’s Swimming and Diving teams head to Denison University this week to finish out their season at their NCAC conference meet.   Since their season started...

Students Express Support for Joyner

Social media last week was hit with a flurry of Facebook statuses and tweets donning the new hashtag, "WeStandWithWittPres" in reaction towards criticisms of...

Wittenberg Credit Union to Leave Campus

After providing financial services to the Wittenberg community for over 54 years, the Wittenberg Federal Cedit Union will be closing its office in the...

Springfield to Host State Tourism Conference

 Springfield has been chosen to host an upcoming tourism conference for the Ohio Travel Association. Taking place at the Marriott Hotel downtown, the conference...

Clifton Spargo Resurrects the Fitzgeralds BY MADDIE LAW

Chicago-based fiction writer and cultural critic R. Clifton Spargo spoke at an English colloquium on Oct. 9, and read from his newest novel "Beautiful...

Duncan Debacle Divides Faculty

Disagreement among Wittenberg’s faculty members surfaced at the faculty meeting held on Tuesday, Sept. 9. At the meeting, Provost Christopher Duncan’s absence and President Laurie Joyner’s...

Mystery Surrounds Provost’s Sudden Sabbatical

University administrators remain reluctant to divulge details regarding Provost Chris Duncan’s sudden disappearance from campus this semester.   Information regarding the nature of his sabbatical or...

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...

The Life of Ann McGree

No longer will the CDR be graced by the gentle conversations and kind words of Wittenberg’s beloved and esteemed Ann McGree. The long adored...

Drug Violations Getting High(er)?

At a recent security meeting held on campus, Interim Dean of Students Casey Gill expressed concern that the prevalence of drug abuse on campus...

Higher One Involved in $15m Lawsuit

Higher One, the financial company that provides Wittenberg with its student debit cards, has recently been involved in a class action lawsuit. Earlier this...

Real World Wittenberg: Ten Months in Mahajanga, Madagascar

Few countries in the world can be considered as exotic and unique as Madagascar. Wittenberg Alumn Zach Stewart, who graduated in 2012 with a...

Lucky Number 21

Eighteen. It’s the age that you are finally allowed to vote and play a part in deciding the country’s future. It’s also the age...

Wittenberg Alum Serves as Coach for her Old Team

The Wittenberg Swimming and Diving Team has a new assistant coach this year. Alum Allison Reed was hired to fill the vacancy left by...

Real World Wittenberg: Fighting Fire with Fire

Life after a degree from Wittenberg isn’t always necessarily followed by an average nine to five job. At least that wasn’t the case for John...

Faculty Retention

As many as 34 faculty members were rumored to have left Wittenberg over the summer, prompting much concern amongst the student body regarding Wittenberg’s...

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