Award-wining Humorist Dave Barry to Present on Campus

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Dave Barry, Pulitzer Prize-winning author and columnist, will visit Wittenberg as part of the 2013 Fred R. Leventhal Endowed Lecture for the annual Wittenberg...

Shutdown Affects More Than Just Government Employees

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The government shutdown is still causing a buzz as it continues to stretch on into the middle of October with little progress. When asked...

Safety Procedures on Campus

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Wittenberg's campus, albeit small, is not immune to safety issues and concerns. The Police and Security department at Witt is prepared for any situation,...

Expert on Cuban Culture Talks to Wittenberg About Community Grassroots Project

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Henry Heredia, expert on Cuban culture and history, visited Wittenberg last week to discuss his community programs and environmental sustainability efforts in Havana, Cuba...

Campus Herbicide Use

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On Monday Sept. 23, Physical Plant sent out an email to campus faculty and staff announcing the "normal applications of herbicide and fertilizer" would...

Member of Amnesty International Board of Directors Speaks to Wittenberg Students

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A heavy hitter coming to Wittenberg to give a series of talks is no surprise, but the University has now seen among the brightest...

Sophomore Named Ohio’s Cherry Blossom Princess

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When sophomore Kieran Conway visited Washington, D.C. two years ago she never expected to return for her next visit as “royalty.” The International Studies and...

New First Year Experience to Replace WittSems

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Last week, Registrar Jack Campbell sent out an email announcing that the Wittenberg Seminars (best known as "WittSems") will be eliminated from the general...

Lt. Governor Addresses Women Leaders

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Lieutenant  Governor of the State of Illinois and Wittenberg graduate, Sheila Simon, addressed alumnae and female students at the second annual Women in Leadership luncheon...

Vice Presidential Candidates Speak with Staff, Students

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Mary-Elizabeth Pratt, '15 The time has come for Wittenberg to pick the newest member of its administrative family. Through a long and dedicated search, the...

New Clubs Form at Wittenberg

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Two new clubs at Wittenberg have formed around either a common love for lunch or a passion for creative writing. Both Witt Lunch Club and...

Open-Mic Kicks Off Campaign for Change

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While some unfortunate events on and off campus have looked to bring certain demographics down, student organizations have banded together to bring the Wittenberg...

Springfield Culture Fest

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The 2013 CultureFest, held at the City plaza on Saturday, Sept. 28, celebrated the cultural diversity and heritage of the City of Springfield and...

Praxis II to OAE

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Ohio education majors and minors seeking teaching licensure next spring will be making the switch from the Praxis examination series to the Ohio Assessments...

Respect and Consent; Changes to the Sexual Conduct Awareness Campaign

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Wittenberg University instituted its Sexual Conduct Awareness Program to teach students how to be aware of their surroundings and situations that could occur, as...

‘P’ Credit Eliminated from Wittenberg’s Education Requirements

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The Education Policies Committee made the decision recently to eliminate the physical education requirement, or ‘P’ credit, for all Wittenberg students of junior class...

retention and enrollment

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For those of us who were around last year, you may remember reading a message from the administration saying “An unexpected drop in enrollment...

Castro

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Ohio is trying to close a dark chapter in its book, but there’s still a few pages left. Last week, Ariel Castro, a Cleveland...

New Computers

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If you haven’t noticed yet, Wittenberg has been sporting some new computers around campus this year. With the big, sleek screens and updated Windows...

McMurray’s Finds Life in Former Funeral Home

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Like a great phoenix spreading its wings after being reborn, beloved pub McMurray’s will rise again from the ashes, just in another form. The...

Signs

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On the afternoon of Sept. 11, Wittenberg community members received an email with the subject line "An Unfortunate Incident." The email, sent from both...

Faculty Retention

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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...

Staff Changes Bring New Faces to Campus

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Over this summer, various departments at Wittenberg went through several staff changes. Jon Duraj, the previous Director of Student Activities, became the Associate Dean...

Housing Issues

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Wittenberg upperclassmen and Residence Life both team up to fix any concerns about living in rental properties on campus. Maggi Quigley, class of 2015, has...