Mollie Oblinger, associate professor of art, and Rafael Salas, associate professor of art, have work included in a group exhibit through Sept. 5 at the […]
Class is in session Sept. 7
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Photo exhibit of 2013 fire to highlight new project space opening downtown
The grand opening of the College's downtown project space "314" will feature an exhibit of photographic artworks of the fire and its aftermath taken by professional photographer Jim Koepnick. The framed pieces will be offered at auction that evening, with proceeds to benefit the Ripon Fire Department.
Writing continues to be creative outlet for alumnus
Ken Luber ’60 has written for several television programs, published a book of poetry and written a musical.
Captain America has place in scholarly research
As a double-major in art history and history, Laura Shively ’15 dug into why the Cap has endured as an iconic hero.
Going back to the land brings new perspectives for history/English teacher
Julie Sikkink Lee ’88 is a high school history and English teacher whose farm boasts five dairy cows, 18 steers for beef, 20 pigs, 80 ducks and about 165 chickens along with two Maremmas.
Julie Sikkink Lee ’88 is a high school history and English teacher at Oregon Episcopal School in Portland, Oregon. She predominantly teaches 9th- and 10th-graders […]
As a double-major in art history and history, Laura Shively ’15 of Wauwatosa, Wisconsin, prepared research presentations for not just one Senior Seminar, but two. […]