Current Ripon News

Salas creating mural in downtown Ripon

A mural project in downtown Ripon, designed to create a sense of community while also reflecting on recent events, is scheduled to begin May 13. Rafael Francisco Salas, associate professor of art at Ripon College, created and will paint the artwork. The mural will be painted on the south wall of 214 Watson St., owned by Farrell’s Fine Furnishings. Work… Continue reading

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Ripon College presents POPS concert May 7

The Ripon College Symphonic Wind Ensemble and Jazz Ensemble will perform a POPS concert at 5 p.m. Wednesday, May 7. The players will perform from the porch of Harwood Union, and there is no charge. The concert will feature the Symphonic Wind Ensemble and Jazz Ensemble. Wind Ensemble is directed by Carl Rath, and Jazz Ensemble is conducted by Adam… Continue reading

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Willoughby, Reisbick ‘14 Published in Nature Protocols Exchange

Patrick Willoughby, assistant professor of chemistry at Ripon College, co-authored an article with Ripon College senior Spencer Reisbick in Nature Protocols Exchange. Their work, “Generation of Gaussian 09 Input Files for the Computation of 1H and 13C NMR Chemical Shifts of Structures from a Spartan’14 Conformational Search” details a modified protocol for conducting computational chemistry research that they developed in… Continue reading

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Schoofs Weighs In On Minimum Wage Increase

Paul Schoofs, Patricia Parker Francis Professor of Economics at Ripon College, is quoted in an article in the Green Bay Press Gazette about whether or not the minimum wage in the United States should be increased. The article examines the issue from a wide variety of perspectives. Schoofs discusses the disparity in cost of living in different portions of the… Continue reading

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Colucci Writes on NATO in U.S. News & World Report

Lamont Colucci, associate professor of politics and government and director of the national security studies program at Ripon College has penned a column, “6 Reforms NATO Needs to Meet 21st Century Challenges,” for U.S. News & World Report. In it, Colucci argues that NATO needs to shift its tactics from the defensive nature of its founding. He writes, “A shield… Continue reading

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Student Profile: London Mosher ’16

Whether onstage or offstage, London Mosher ’16 of Sun Prairie, Wisconsin, is certain to dress the part. Mosher makes dresses for prom, for Halloween costumes and, mostly, just for fun. She wears her dresses around campus on most Fridays because they have become her college identity, she says. “I have approximately 60 or 70 dresses — most of them for… Continue reading

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