Ripon students in Washington Post video interview

Ripon College students Jacob Kramer ’19 of Kenosha, Wisconsin, and Ben Wozniczka ’18 of New London, Wisconsin, attended the Conservative Political Action Conference in Washington, D.C., Feb. 23.

They were featured in a video interview expressing enthusiasm about President Trump’s first weeks in office that was published by The Washington Post online Thursday.

(Photo: Jacob Kramer, Ben Wozniczka)


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