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Joshua English '07

Short story by Joshua English ’07 wins award in fiction contest

“The Human Animal,” a short story by Joshua English ’07 of Louisville, Kentucky, won the 2021 Ember Chasm Review fiction award. His work is featured […]

Amanda Finn Haggerty '14

Amanda Finn Haggerty ’14 profiled in theatre critics publication

Amanda Finn Haggerty ’14 of Chicago, Illinois, was profiled in the November issue of the American Theatre Critics Association publication. Finn Haggerty has written primarily […]

Steve Bellin-Oka

Ripon’s poet-in-residence will read at celebration event Saturday

Steve Bellin-Oka, Ripon College’s first poet-in-residence, will be one of the readers at Saturday’s Wisconsin’s Own Library Open House held at Ripon. All are welcome […]

Meg Gannon Portrait

Poem by Megan Gannon featured in art exhibition

“Dispatch from the Domestic Interior,” a poem by Associate Professor of English Megan Gannon, was included in the art exhibition “Claiming Space: A New Century […]

Casey Gott '14

Casey Gott ’14 and her work on behalf of Indigenous people featured

Casey Gott ’14 of Milwaukee, Wisconsin, was featured on the website of Milwaukee’s Hunger Task Force on Monday, Oct. 11. “Hunger Task Force honors Indigenous […]

Jessie Lillis in on-stage sword fight

Jessie Lillis ’13 parlays college interests into founding of a theatre company

Seeds of interest sown at Ripon College have culminated in the inaugural 2021 Mackinac Island Shakespeare Festival in Michigan, running through Aug. 29. Jessie Lillis […]

Meg Gannon Portrait

Megan Gannon honored with Faculty/Staff Mentor Award

At this spring’s Awards Convocation, Associate Professor of English Megan Gannon received the Faculty/Staff Mentor Award. Sara VanSteenbergen, director of student activities and orientation, says […]

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Bren Davis ’22 honored in ACM short story contest

Bren Davis ’22 of Milwaukee, Wisconsin, received an honorable mention in the 2021 ACM Nick Adams Short Story Contest. Held annually since 1973, the contest […]

Meg Gannon Portrait

Megan Gannon has two poems published in spring issue of Willow Springs

World Poetry Day, as declared by UNESCO in 1999, is being celebrated today, March 21. The aim is to recognize the unique ability of poetry […]

Virtual theatre production features cast of Ripon alumni Saturday

A cast of Ripon-connected thespians is featured in an upcoming Zoom production directed by Associate Professor of English Ann Pleiss Morris. The production will begin […]

Ripon education paves way for career in museum work for Amy Fels ’17

Undergraduate studies at Ripon College and a student internship at an area museum hlped prepare Amy Fels ’17 for her current position. Fels now is […]

Ann Pleiss Morris

Ann Pleiss Morris publishes two-part blog post

Associate Professor of English Ann Pleiss Morris has a two-part blog post, “On Teaching Lear in a Time of Plague,” posted on New Chaucer Studies: […]

Emma Bronson ’17 learning about international affairs

Emma Bronson ’17 of Milwaukee, Wisconsin, is learning about international affairs with like-minded individuals from around the country. She has been accepted into the U.S. […]

Daniel Mikesell '14 wearing a mask in a Nanjing, China, park

Daniel Mikesell ’14 continuing international education in Italy

When Daniel Mikesell ’14 graduated from Ripon College, he imagined himself teaching abroad in Europe. Five years later, Mikesell has taught English in China and […]

Katelyn Spaeth '20

We’re still here: Katelyn Spaeth ’20

Katelyn Spaeth ’20 of Kaukauna, Wisconsin, hopes to teach children with disabilities. She has been finishing up her special education certification and student teaching over […]

Haley Stowell '20

We’re still here: Haley Stowell ’20

The COVID-19 pandemic and her liberal arts college education have provided important lessons for Haley Stowell ’20 of Eau Claire, Wisconsin. “I think the most […]