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Founders Trivia Week is a Blast for Every Class

Wednesday, Feb. 26, Founders Trivia, located in Founders Bar, was a blast for every class. Founders holds a trivia game night for students to come...

Witt’s Financial Restructuring Could be Slowed by Potential Manual Violation

Wittenberg’s plan for financial restructuring is on the fast track, with the newly formed Academic Program Futures Committee working to make recommendations to reduce...

Witt’s Financial Complexities and Present Situations

Students at the forum two weeks ago on Feb. 13 heard President Frandsen say that the current state of the university is the result...

Vinyl Returns Amidst Dominance of Digital Streaming

Vinyl was supposed to be dead. A clunky, fragile and expensive medium, the format of pressing music and spoken word faded with the years...

Slam Poet, Jamal Parker, Kicks off Black History Month

To kickoff the beginning of CBS week and as a part of Black History Month, CBS hosted slam poet Jamal Parker this past Monday...

Students Walkout on “I Heart Witt” Day

Wittenberg's campus on the morning of Friday, Feb. 14 was quiet, cold and sunny. Recitation Hall sat amidst the snow, an "I Heart Wittenberg"...

Open Forum with President Frandsen—Killing with Kudos

One week after the board mixer protest, no students were chanting. They were not holding signs. Instead, they were sitting silently across from President...

From Bach to Irish Fiddle Tunes: Student Artist Recital

Wittenberg community members gathered in Krieg Hall to hear the music of the four musicians performing at the student artist recital last Wednesday. The drawn curtains...

Students Protest the Board of Directors Mixer

On Thursday night, board members made small-talk over crab tartes in Geil Lounge while dozens of students surrounded them with picket signs and protest...

Weaver Chapel Responds to Theft of Rainbow Banner

If you stole the rainbow banners from the chapel last October, you did more than steal banners. You threatened the message that on Wittenberg’s...

Jared Thorne Captures Attention of Wittenberg Community

Students and faculty gathered in Kissell auditorium for a lecture by visiting artist and photographer, Jared Thorne, last Monday. Thorne is a current associate...

Mourning the Loss of Kobe Bryant

On Sunday, Jan. 26 the world learned that Los Angeles Lakers former shooting guard Kobe Bryant was killed in a helicopter crash. Bryant, as...

Lady Midnight’s Surprising Complexity Intrigues Readers

Before you judge me for reading the first book in a sappy YA fantasy series, I can explain. When I was 13, I ran...

Ranking the 10 Most Important Albums of the 2010s

The 2010's have been a time of great change for the music industry. Online streaming has come to dominate the industry. Rock finally faded...

Which is Better: Rudolph or Nightmare Before Christmas?

During the holidays people love to grab their most comfortable blanket, make some hot chocolate and put on their favorite Christmas movie. There are...

“Handmaid’s Tale” Sequel offers New Perspective on Gilead

We've all heard of "The Handmaid's Tale". Some of us have watched the hit Hulu series. A few of us, as budding feminists, chose...

“Famous in Love”: A Thrilling Read for Lovers of Romance

The story of a young girl falling in love has been told over and over again. These stories are told on the big screen,...

Paint Some Pigment onto Your Halloween Night

A classic Halloween tradition that everyone knows about is carving pumpkins. But not everyone wants to stick their arms in a big bowl full of nasty...

“Spring Awakening” Displays Students’ On-Stage Talent

Set in Germany in the late 19th century, "Spring Awakening" kicked off Wittenberg's 2019-2020 theatre lineup with a discussion on society, sexuality and burgeoning...

The Shadow of the Wind: A story of Betrayal and Love

In the novel, "The Shadow of the Wind" by Carlos Ruiz Zafón, we read about the story of Daniel Sempere, a boy who lost...

Nintendo’s Mario Kart Tour App Dominates Worldwide

I’d be convinced that you were living under a rock if you haven’t heard about Nintendo’s newest release: the Mario Kart Tour app. I...

Wittenberg Student Overcomes Obstacles

A disability shouldn’t define you as a person. It shouldn’t prevent you from partaking in sports. It most certainly should never justify a person...

The Steemer and Financing

After eight faculty received notification that they would not be renewed, many students and alumni became enraged at The Steemer, the new athletic facility...

Financial Implications

On Friday, Sept., 13 President Michael Frandsen sent out a campus-wide email detailing the university's decision to not renew the appointments of eight professors...

Wittenberg Makes Contract Cuts

This past Friday morning, university president Michael Frandsen sent out an email to campus which detailed the university’s decision to not renew the contracts of eight professors,...

Wittenberg Student Publishes Her Story through Poetry

Nikki Howard is a junior English major at Wittenberg University and the self-published author of "Ginger Tea," a poignantly raw and honest collection of...

First Gonzo Theatre of the Year Doesn’t Disappoint

Witt’s theatre department came out with a bang this past week with their first Gonzo Theatre of the year. Before the performances started and...

Post Malone “Hollywood’s Bleeding” Review

Only a year after the release of his triple-platinum record "beerbongs and bentleys," hip-hop giant Post Malone debuted his third studio album, "Hollywood's Bleeding"...

Recent Dayton shooting leaves community mourning

On Aug 4, at 1:05 a.m. in the Oregon District in Dayton, just 25 minutes from  Wittenberg, a lone person, 24-year-old Connor Betts, of...

“Shadow and Bone” by Leigh Bardugo

Leigh Bardugo released her novel "Shadow and Bone". In the novel, Alina Starkov is an orphaned nobody of a town so small, that it's...

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