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Elena Dumm is a Communication and Music major ('20) at Wittenberg. This is her second year serving as a senior writer and the Web Editor for the Torch. She hopes to pursue a career in public service communication after she graduates, and eventually obtain her masters in Intercultural Communication.

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For those of you who have been keeping up with how the cogs of our school link together to keep everything running smoothly, you...

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Last Monday was a dreary and rainy fall day, but it was hard to remember that with the warmth and cheer of the Mid-Autumn...

Witt Families Pack Founders for Trivia Night

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Faculty Artist Recital Held in Krieg

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