Student Panel on North Korea
Amedeo and Kramer discuss U.S. policy towards North Korea
Where Do We Stand: North Korea
Student panelists discuss their stance on North Korea.
Left to right: Osmonson, Marlega, Frisque, Amedeo, Kramer
Student Panel on Trump's Newest Policies
Panelists discuss President Trump's current policies including immigration, healthcare, and the environment.
From left to right: Jung, Kramer, Clough, Korb
Student Panel Discussion on Trump's Agenda
Jacob Kramer discusses President Trump's current policies.
Student Panel on the 2016 Presidential Election
Panelists discuss outcomes of the election.
From left to right: Ward, Matson, Schubring, Jung, Borchardt, and Hogmire
Student Panel on the 2016 Election
Ward and Matson share their thoughts on behalf of the Ripon College Democrats.
2016 Election Panel
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Panel Discussion on Medical Ethics
Associate Professor of Sociology and Chair of the Sociology Department, Jacqueline Clark shares her thoughts
Hutchison shares thoughts on Medical Ethics
Panel on Medical Ethics
LA Times editor and foreign correspondent, Mark Porubcansky, shares his thoughts on the state of news media.
Rick Estberg discusses his career in the NSA
Redistricting and the Future of Congress
Dr. Michael Crespin from the University of Oklahoma shares his research on gerrymandering.
Student Discussion on party platforms
Schubring shares his thoughts on the Libertarian agenda
Where Do We Stand? Student Panel Discussion
From left to right: McGillen, Valdez, Schatzinger, Schubring, Marcyjanik, Knox, and Ryan
Student Panel on Party Platforms
Marcyjanik shares her thoughts
Student Debate on Syria
Valdez and Polumpus question each other's arguments during crossfire.
Student Debate on Syria
Ryan and McGillen question eachother
Where Do We Stand Political Panel
From left to right: Matson, Rogers, Green, Biedler, Valdez, Hagen, Beeger, Tillman, Wittman, Brixus, Sahr, and Chojnacki
CPP Hosts Senior US Senator for Wisconsin: Ron Johnson
Senator Ron Johnson Shares a Laugh with President Messitte
Tom Barrett: Mayor of Milwaukee Speaks at Ripon
Discussion on Iran Nuclear Deal
Former US Congressman Tom Petri on a Panel with Faculty
Former Congress Candidate Mark Harris Speaks at Ripon College
Ripon Alumnus & Wisconsin Supreme Court Justice: Mike Gableman
Kathryn Schultz '89 Discusses Nuclear Proliferation
Discussing the Future of the Republican Party
MLK Segregation Symposium
Political Situations in Syria
The CPP Hosts Tommy Thompson, Wisconsin's 42nd and Longest Serving Governor.