Current Ripon News

Student Successfully Lobbies for Composting Change

Please note: A small typo in our newsletter resulted in an incorrect link. In order to read about Liz Blum’s work on homelessness, please click here. Thanks in large part to the efforts of the Sodexo sustainability intern at Ripon College Kaitlyn Welzen ’15, and a number of Ripon College faculty and staff members, Ripon College will soon be able… Continue reading

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Barbara Laskin ’61 and Canine Pals Love Serving Children

Barbara Laskin ’61 of San Jose, Calif., has had a widely varied career, including 10 years as a reports officer with the State Department in the Middle East; a buyer for Carson, Pirie, Scott & Co.; 13 years as the executive director of the International Academy of Trial Lawyers; and her current position as a management analyst with the County… Continue reading

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Life After Ripon – Kyle Ruedinger ’13

Chapter 3: Crunch Time and the Holidays [Editor’s Note: Kyle Ruedinger ’13, Amy Browender ’13, Elizabeth Brown ’13, and Jessie Lillis ’13 are writing alternating monthly entries for the Ripon College Newsletter chronicling their post-graduation experiences. We hope you enjoy their perspectives on Life After Ripon!] At this point in the semester, two words accurately describe everything for students: crunch… Continue reading

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Life After Ripon – Amy Browender ’13

Chapter 3: Creating Positive Change [Editor’s Note: Amy Browender ’13, Kyle Ruedinger ’13, Elizabeth Brown ’13, and Jessie Lillis ’13 are writing alternating monthly entries for the Ripon College Newsletter chronicling their post-graduation experiences. We hope you enjoy their perspectives on Life After Ripon!] There have been innumerous surprises, challenges, and small victories in the first few months I’ve spent… Continue reading

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Theatre Students Honored

A scene from Ripon College’s fall production of “The Liar,” by David Ives, has been selected to perform at the Regional Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival at Saginaw Valley State University in Michigan in January. The actors in the scene are Stephen Umhoefer ’15 of Green Bay, Wis.; Jerry Kurek ’14 of Whitefish Bay, Wis.; and Grant Myers ’17… Continue reading

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Student artists present work Tuesday

At 4:15 p.m. Tuesday, Dec. 10, three of the senior majors in the Department of Art and Art History will present research to the campus community. The talks will be in Rodman 147, and feature Brian Kollatz, Amanda Mueller and Jeremy Brouwer. Among the talks will be “Emptier than a Plastic Bag: An Elephant on My Mind,” presented by Kollatz… Continue reading

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