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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 […]

On-campus employment helps students pay the bills, gain experience

This week begins the observance of National Student Employment Week, and this is a significant activity at Ripon College. Roughly 50% of Ripon students hold […]

Speakers with ties to Myanmar will discuss current crisis April 8

“Voices of Myanmar,” a Zoom conversation about contemporary events taking place in Myanmar, will be held from 6:30 to 7:45 p.m. Thursday, April 8, by […]

Appleton poet will open spring Visiting Writers Series Feb. 24

The Ripon College Visiting Writers Series will continue to be held virtually during the spring semester, and members of the greater Ripon community can attend […]

Happy 212th birthday, Abraham Lincoln!

The image of Abraham Lincoln is a familiar sight on the Ripon College campus. The bronze statue “The Young Lincoln” or “Lincoln the Dreamer” was […]

Ripon College celebrates Black History Month

Black History Month, or National African American History Month, is an annual celebration of achievements by black Americans and a time for recognizing the central […]

Work by artist Tracy Featherstone to be on view on campus and virtually

Work by Tracy Featherstone, professor of art at Miami University, will be displayed Feb. 5 through March 5 at Ripon College. The on-site exhibit is […]

College administrators conduct COVID-19 tests in Great Hall

Ripon’s COVID-19 testing, commitment to safety featured on TV

A feature on Ripon’s COVID-19 testing for all students living on campus, our commitment to keeping campus safe, and the low number of positive cases […]

Michael R. Isiikoff

Investigative journalist will address ‘fake news’ in virtual talk Oct. 20

“Fake News and Conspiracy Theories in the Age of Trump,” a talk by investigative journalist Michael R. Isikoff, will be offered via Zoom webinar Oct. […]

McKenna Meza '19

On the front line of COVID-19: McKenna Meza ’19

Because she works as a medical scribe in an emergency department, McKenna Meza ’19 of Appleton, Wisconsin, has had to take extra precautions because of […]

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Career and Professional Development services still being offered remotely

The Office of Career and Professional Development is a strong resource for students who are approaching graduation and alumni to find employment and internship opportunities. […]

Harwood at Dusk in Spring

Interactive gathering on Aug. 28 to explore college, community relations

The second Better Together event will be held at 7 p.m. Aug. 28 in Great Hall. Members of the Ripon College community and the city […]

President Zach Messitte

Messitte article notes popularity in Italy of apparel featuring Bucks superstar

“Europeans love Giannis as much as we do,” an article written by President Zach Messitte, appeared in the online version of Milwaukee Magazine July 19. […]

Tara LaChapell

Tara LaChapell ’92 to speak at conference in Canada

Tara LaChapell ’92, executive director of informational technology, will be part of the panel “Women in Leadership: Driving a Culture of Inclusivity” June 25 at […]

President Zach Messitte

President Zach Messitte chairs panel in Florence, Italy, June 3

President Zach Messitte is chairing a panel in Florence, Italy, June 3. The panel will be held during the Robert Kennedy Human Rights Italy/Gonzaga University […]

Ariana Myers '14

Liberal arts background leads Ariana Myers ’14 to Princeton University

The close friendships made with classmates and professors are the most rewarding aspect of her liberal arts education for Ariana Myers ’14. “With such a […]