Messitte reflects on Elliot Richardson’s leadership
An opinion piece by President Zach Messitte was published March 24 by the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.
“Where have you gone, Elliot Richardson?” addresses Messitte’s views on politicians doing the right thing.
“Congressional committees, FBI investigations and leaked intelligence information into possible ties between the Trump campaign and Russia, the example of Elliot Richardson’s five months as the nation’s top legal officer more than four decades ago remains a profile in courage that the country is sorely lacking today. Richardson’s story shows that even with our constitutional checks and balances, we still need our leaders to do the right thing when called upon,” writes Messitte.
Henrik Schatzinger shares perspectives on election on ‘WisconsinEye’ television program
Henrik Schatzinger, professor of political science and interim director of the Center for Politics and the People, was interviewed for “WisconsinEye,” a 30-minute cable TV […]
Speakers will discuss cancel culture April 11 at Ripon College
“Cancel Culture: Accountability or Censorship?” will be presented April 11 at Ripon College. The discussion will begin at 6:30 p.m. in Kresge Little Theatre, East […]
‘Politics of Resentment’ program rescheduled for April 20 at Ripon College
“The Politics of Resentment: Seven Years Later,” a discussion with University of Wisconsin-Madison political science professor Katherine Cramer, has been rescheduled at Ripon College. It […]
Film documenting gains toward eliminating child labor will be shown March 3
A screening of the documentary “Butterfly, Butterfly,” with director Len Morris, will be held at 1:05 p.m. Friday, March 3, in Bear Auditorium, Farr Hall […]