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Alice Gallagher Archabal '89

Ripon College welcomes Alice Gallagher Archabal ’89 to the Board of Trustees

This week, Ripon College is honoring and welcoming the new members of the Board of Trustees. The board will meet on campus this week. Alice […]

Camrie Schmitz ’21 repeats Ripon success with winning sociology paper

Camrie Schmitz ’21 of Kiel, Wisconsin, received first place in the 2020 undergraduate paper competition of the Wisconsin Sociological Association. Schmitz won for her Senior […]

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 […]

Celebrate the field of anthropology today!

Today, Feb.18, is World Anthropology Day, as designated by the American Anthropological Association. It “is a day for anthropologists to celebrate our discipline while sharing […]

Ursula Dalinghaus Portrait

Ursula Dalinghaus contributes to special section, introduction about money and value

Ursula Dalinghaus, visiting professor of anthropology, co-edited a special section and co-wrote an introduction, “Mapping the Intermediate: Lived Technologies of Money and Value,” in the […]

Marc Eaton

Marc Eaton’s book investigates those who investigate ghosts

In the “spirit” of the Halloween season, a book by Marc Eaton, associate professor of sociology, has been released in print by Routledge. It previously […]

Susan Frikken '90, right and heer wife

Ripon College provided safe haven for Susan Frikken ’90 to prepare for life

When applying for college, Susan Frikken ’90 of Madison, Wisconsin, felt overwhelmed and anxious and was the first in her family to attend college. She […]

Rebekha Crockett ’17 brings historic past to life for diverse visitors

Serendipity brought Rebekha Crockett ’17 to Ripon College, and what she gained here started her on the road to a successful career in anthropology and […]

Forrest Grade '20

We’re still here: Forrest Grade ’20

Forrest Grade ’20 of Appleton, Wisconsin, plans to work in the legal/government sector after graduation this month. He is majoring in philosophy with a minor […]

Brandi Gaspard Mans ’10 uses sewing skills for mask production

Using stitching skills she learned as a theatre major at Ripon College, Brandi Gaspard Mans ’10 of Minneapolis, Minnesota, has been joining her colleagues at […]

We’re still here: Tyler VanDeVelde ’20

After graduation in May, Tyler VanDeVelde ’20 of Genoa City, Wisconsin, will head to the University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh to study for a master’s degree in […]

Ursula Dalinghaus

Study on role of cash in society published by Ursula Dalinghaus

“Virtually Irreplaceable: Cash as Public Infrastructure,” by Visiting Professor of Anthropology Ursula Dalinghaus, has been published by Cash Matters, a movement by the International Currency […]

Jenelle Simon, center, and some of her students

Passion born at Ripon bears fruit in College Possible mentorship

Helping students achieve their dream of a college education is the focus of Jenelle Simon ’15 of Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Since August 2016, Simon has worked […]

Mike Romagnoli '04

Mike Romagnoli ’04 goes from volunteer to executive director of community agency

A feature story about volunteer work leading to a career for Mike Romagnoli ’04 was published Dec. 3 by Illinois State University, where he received […]

Michael Timm '04, right, at work

Liberal arts grounding leads Michael Timm ’04 to seek to change the world

There was something about Ripon College that captured the attention of a young Michael Timm ’04 while sorting through college mailers. He found a “charm” […]

Hannah Boyum

Hannah Boyum ’20 uses CPP grant to intern in Minnesota

Hannah Boyum ’20 of Peterson, Minnesota, was a research and communications intern with the Minnesota Democratic-Farmer-Labor (DFL) Party in Minneapolis during the summer of 2018. […]