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Life After Ripon: Jeremy Johnson ’12

Chapter 6: A Busy Month (Editor’s Note: Jeremy Johnson ’12 and Katlyn Lee ’12 are writing monthly entries for the Ripon College Newsletter chronicling their […]

Ripon selected by Princeton Review as a ‘Best’ college

Ripon College is one of the country’s best institutions for undergraduate education, according to The Princeton Review. The education services company feature Ripon in the new […]

Celebrated author Edward Falco to read at Ripon College

Celebrated novelist Edward Falco will give a reading at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 10, on the Ripon College campus. The free presentation will be in […]

Regional school collaboration awarded $1.1 million McNair grant

A new five-year grant totaling $1.1 million will continue a highly successful and unique regional collaboration model between Ripon College, Lawrence University in Appleton and […]

Ripon’s comprehensive campaign surpasses $25 million

Originally published Jan. 31, 2012 With its public phase and final goal still to come, Ripon’s comprehensive campaign has passed the $25 million mark. The […]

Autumn Hayes O’Leary ’99 discusses the benefits of a liberal arts education

For Autumn Hayes O’Leary ’99, who serves as a military lawyer in the Army, a liberal arts education was an education in society. “Ripon also […]

Rick Kammen ’68 balancing the scales of justice

Lawyers and the law are at the very foundation of American society. Of the 56 signers of the Declaration of Independence, 35 were lawyers. Of […]

Michael Gibbs ’79 talks about graduate school and striving for success

After receiving his master’s of business administration degree from Emory University in 1981, Michael Gibbs ’79 of San Antonio, Texas, found that working in the […]

Daniel J. Dykstra Jr. ’69 discusses the merits of a liberal arts education

J. Dykstra Jr. ’69 of Rohnert Park, Calif., who serves as Deputy District Counsel, San Francisco District, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. He says the […]

Andy Voigt ’97 on liberal arts and interpersonal skills

Andy Voigt ’97 of Portage, Wisconsin was elected to Columbia County’s Branch 2 in the spring of 2011. “My Ripon education has contributed in ways […]

Guy Dutcher ’87 reflects on liberal arts education

Circuit Court Judge Guy Dutcher ’87 of Wautoma, Wis., says, “Most professionals maintain an inherent desire to have a positive influence upon others. A legal […]

Nicholas “Chip” Retson ’69 on leadership and success

Nicholas “Chip” Retson ’69 of Centreville, Va., gained early law experience in the Army. He has held wideranging legal leadership positions related to the contracting […]

Jon P. Wilcox ’58 from ripon to wisconsin’s supreme court

Ripon has had two alumni advance to the Wisconsin Supreme Court in recent years — Jon P. Wilcox ’58 and Michael J. Gableman ’88. Wilcox, […]

$9.5 million in gifts galvanize comprehensive campaign

Originally published on Feb. 7, 2011 Gifts totaling $9.5 million have jump-started a new comprehensive campaign at Ripon College, which entered its “silent phase” in […]