Current Ripon News

Ripon Junior Reaches Theater Festival’s National Finals

Amanda Finn, a junior theatre and English major at Ripon College, has advanced to the national finals of the Kennedy Center American College Theater Festival (KCACTF). She advanced after competing in the O’Neil Critics Institute portion of the regional competition in Saginaw, Mich. in January. As one of only eight national finalists, Finn will receive an all-expenses-paid trip to Washington,… Continue reading

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Colucci Named Senior Fellow

Lamont Colucci, chair of the Politics and Government department at Ripon College and coordinator of the National Security Studies program, has been named Senior Fellow in National Security Affairs for the American Foreign Policy Council. For nearly three decades, the American Foreign Policy Council (AFPC) has played an essential role in the U.S. foreign policy debate. Founded in 1982, AFPC… Continue reading

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Oblinger Opens Exhibit in Oshkosh

Mollie Oblinger, assistant professor in the Ripon College department of art and art history, as well as director of the College’s Caestecker Gallery, has opened the exhibit “In Fringes Among Battered” the University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh’s Allen Priebe Annex Gallery. Oblinger says she drew inspiration for the works in the new show from her time last summer as artist-in-residence at the… Continue reading

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Zhosan Examines “Tragedy of the Commons”

Dmytro Zhosan, associate professor of Business and Economics at Ripon College, and co-author Roy Gardner (late Professor of Economics at Indiana University), examine different factors that can help avoid tragedy of the commons in a new article published in Environment and Development Economics. In the article, “Problems of the commons: group behavior, cooperation and sanctioning in a two harbor experiment,”… Continue reading

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Kupinsky Exhibit Reviewed

Deb Kupinsky’s exhibit, “Echo,” currently on display in the Caestecker Gallery in Ripon College’s Rodman Center for the Arts received a warm review in the Appleton Post-Crescent. The Crescent‘s Taima Kern writes that Kupinsky’s art, “brings a sense of wonder, and otherworldly interest to the table with a series of sculptures that require a closer look.” You can read the… Continue reading

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Karl Rove Talk: Video

On February 6, 2013, Ripon College hosted political consultant and former White House Deputy Chief of Staff Karl Rove for a talk in Harwood Memorial Union’s Great Hall. You can watch the event in its entirety below:

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