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William Penterman '18

William Penterman ’18 wins special election for 37th Assembly District

Republican William Penterman ’18 of Columbus, Wisconsin, was elected to District 37 of the Wisconsin State Assembly in a special election held July 13. His […]

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Whitney Levash Meza ’09 completes cross-country motorcycle odyssey

Whitney Levash Meza ’09 of Ripon, Wisconsin, was featured in a recent article in the Ripon Commonwealth newspaper. “48 States in 10 Days: Ripon resident […]

Laura Schultz '93

Musical activities of Laura Schultz ’93 featured in newsletter

A personal profile of Laura Schultz ’93 is featured in the July issue of the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia newsletter. The newsletter’s Off Campus series […]

Therace M. Risch ’94 promoted in executive leadership position

Therace M. Risch ’94 of Frisco, Texas, has been promoted to executive vice president and chief information and technology officer at American Electric Power. The […]

Lezlie Bishop ’66 recalls college trip to Mississippi in recent Forbes interview

Lezlie Bishop ’66 is a retired teacher and public relations professional. These days, however, she is more commonly known as the mother of actor Stephen […]

War Memorial honors Ripon alumni killed in service to our country

Ripon College’s War Memorial commemorates Ripon alumni who gave their lives in service to their country in conflicts from World War I onward. The Memorial […]

William Chester Jordan ’69 extols virtues of education as a Commencement speaker

William Chester Jordan ’69, Dayton-Stockton Professor of Medieval History at Princeton University, was the Commencement speaker May 15 at Catholic University of America in Washington, […]

Guy Henshaw ’68, Susan Siegel Henshaw ’68 receive Medal of Merit

Guy Runals Henshaw ’68 and Susan Siegel Henshaw ’68 of Danville, California, received Ripon College’s Medal of Merit at the Commencement ceremony Sunday. Their commitment […]

Ray Allen ’15 talks about science in podcast interview

Ray Allen ’15 of Durham, North Carolina, is featured on a podcast interview with LGBTQ + Stem Cast. “Colonialism in Science” can be heard here. […]

Anna Galle ’14 treasures the personal relationships nursing brings her

In observance of National Nurse’s Day on May 6, we honor Anna Galle ’14, a registered nurse on the hematology/oncology/bone marrow transplant/palliative care unit at […]

As a principal, Eric Wightman ’96 creates a caring culture for his school

Saturday, May 1, is School Principals Day, and we recognize Eric Wightman ’96. He is in his eighth year as principal of E. W. Luther […]

Gary Yerkey ’66 publishes two new historical books

World Book Day, also known as World Book and Copyright Day and International Day of the Book, is being observed today, April 23, by the […]

Paul Neuberger ’05 to host new show on RightNow Media

Paul Neuberger ’05 of Colgate, Wisconsin, is the host of new show on RightNow Media debuting Friday, April 23. “Faith at Work” will feature executives […]

Virtual collaboration with alumna opens up new avenues for chemistry students

Carrie Donley ’98, director of the Chapel Hill Analytical and Nanofabrication Laboratory at the University of North Carolina (UNC), interacted with students in the Chemistry […]

Carissa Rivara Sorensen ’03 is a published illustrator of a children’s book

Today, April 2, is International Children’s Book Day, and we celebrate the recent publication of Richard the Chicken Eagle, a children’s book illustrated by Carissa […]

New scholarship links Ripon College to Tremper High School in Kenosha

A newly endowed scholarship will link graduates of Tremper High School in Kenosha, Wisconsin, and Ripon College. The Conforti and Chemerow Scholarship is substantially funded […]