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Adieu Dear Wittenberg

To the readers of The Torch and community members, it’s time for me to say the dreaded word, “goodbye.” As I used to tell...

Is Wittenberg a Four-Year College?

I begin with a question that may not be on the minds of many at the time of reading this article. In the midst...

Sunday Morning

The Honorable Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., once famously said: “It is appalling that the most segregated hour of Christian America is 11...

What’s Change Got to Do With Witt?

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

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...

Behind-the-Scenes of WittFest 2015 with Union Board

WittFest 2015 is over. But before it could be ruled as one to go down in the record books, it came in roaring like...

Witt Discoveries: Battle Gives Us Real Talk (Part One)

This week, and in future editions of Witt Discoveries, I would like to extend a heart-warming invitation to you to become inspired. Not only inspired...

Just Announce Already, Hillary, and Put Us Out of Our Misery

As you're reading this article, you are probably thinking that you and I already know that former Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton is...

Witt Discoveries: Keep Calm & Move On Up: The Story of a Servant Leader, Creative Expressionist and Coach

This is the second part of Sarah "Coach Jay" Jurewicz’s story. She can be described as a servant leader, a creative expressionist and a...

Witt Professor Visits Capital University To Talk Hip-Hop and Kanye West

Last week, Professor of the Year and Associate Professor of Philosophy, Julius Bailey was invited to Capital University to speak on hip-hop’s role in...

Keep Calm and Move On Up: The Story of a Servant Leader, Creative Expressionist, and Coach

This is Sarah Jurewicz’s story: a woman who can be described as a servant leader, an impressionist and a coach who changes not only...

John Legend is still “All of Springfield”

Singer, songwriter, multi-award winning artist and Springfield native is remembering where he came from. John Legend, a graduate of Springfield North High School, will...

Wittenberg’s MLK Speaker: Remembering A Close Friend and A March

The honorable C.T. Vivian is a minister, author, civil rights activist and leader, but he is known best for being a close friend to...

Wittenberg’s Upward Bound Visit Day

Wittenberg University’s and its TRIO Upward Bound Program celebrated the Second Annual Upward Bound Visit Day on March 31 in the alumni room of...

My Time In Joyner’s Wittenberg

On any given day, the second floor of Recitation Hall is humming loudly, particularly centered around the President’s office. President Laurie Joyner’s day on...

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...

Walkout that is still being commemorated

In spite of the dreary, rainy weather, students, faculty, and staff all joined together with umbrellas in hand to come together in solidarity and...

A Presidential Address Long Overdue

70 minutes and 7,000 words later, President Obama gave a centered-left address to the Republican-controlled Congress. He urged them to get up off their...

Wittenberg Takes Day To Reflect Upon A Man and His Dream

On Jan. 20, the Wittenberg community welcomed civil rights attorney and activist Maya Wiley to the 31st Annual Wittenberg Series commemorating the legacy of Dr....

WUSO Returns To “89.1 FM The Berg”

During the past few weeks of school, there have been many rumors going around campus about the return of WUSO. Some of the talks...

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