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Ira Sukrungruang

Thai-American poet to read from his work Wednesday, Oct. 9

Ira Sukrungruang, a first-generation Thai-American poet, will read from his work Wednesday, Oct. 9, at Ripon College. The program will begin at 7:30 p.m. in […]

Kate Hersey '04

Kate Hersey ’04 spotlighted as director of tool-lending library

Kate Hersey ’04 of St. Paul, Minnesota, was featured in an article in July in the Star Tribune newspaper in Minneapolis. “Minnesota Tool Library offers […]

Cover of David Graham's poetry book

Professor of English Emeritus David Graham publishes book of poetry

Professor of English Emeritus David Graham has released a new book of poems, The Honey of Earth, published by Terrapin Books. He has previously published […]

Stuart Russ '08

Ripon reinforced ability to think critically for middle school principal Stuart Russ ’08

Interest in playing football initially put Ripon College on the radar for Stuart Russ ’08 of Shawano, Wisconsin, but the ability to continue his long […]

Megan Gannon

Megan Gannon, assistant professor of English, publishes poems

Megan Gannon, assistant professor of English, has three recent publications of poems. “Dispatch from the Middle Distance” appeared in the Fall 2018 issue of the […]

Amy Ratto Parks

Poet will read from her work Feb. 14

Poet Amy Ratto Parks will read from her work Thursday, Feb. 14, at Ripon College. The presentation will begin at 7:30 p.m. in Lane Library. […]

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” […]

Writer Nick White

Writer Nick White to appear at Ripon College Nov. 8

Writer Nick White, author of the short story collection Sweet and Low and the novel How to Survive a Summer, will read at Ripon College […]

Katie Warczak '16

Research opportunities furthered career focus for Katie Warczak ’16

Various areas of study, small class sizes and the equestrian team drew Katie Warczak ’16 to Ripon College. “Being able to challenge myself academically as […]

Francesca Abbate

Wisconsin poet Francesca Abbate will present reading Oct. 10

Wisconsin poet Francesca Abbate will present a reading Wednesday, Oct. 10, as part of the Visiting Writers Series at Ripon College. The reading will begin […]

Mary Unger

Mary Unger, assistant professor of English, honored for essay

Mary Unger, assistant professor of English, received an award for an essay she published at the end of last year. She received the Katharine Newman […]

Photo of Harwood Memorial Union with clouds and sun

Ripon No. 1 in state for how much graduates earn, according to U.S. Department of Education

Ripon College has been named the No. 1 school in Wisconsin whose grads earn the most in mean wages 10 years after graduation. The study, […]

Portrait of Elizabeth Brown

Elizabeth Brown ’13 parlayed English degree to a career in library science

When deciding where she wanted to go to school, “Ripon College just felt right” for Elizabeth “Lizzie” Brown ’13. “At the time, I was deciding […]

Poet Danez Smith will read from works Monday

Poet Danez Smith will read from their National Book Award Finalist second collection of poems, Don’t Call Us Dead, Monday, April 23, at Ripon College. […]

Red Herring

Ripon Summer Players Auditions Set for April 16, 19

The Ripon Summer Players open their 22nd season with a comedy filled with mistaken identity, passion, carousing, drinking, tricks, and love. It’s Shakespeare’s great comedy […]

Photo of Maggie Smith

Award-winning poet Maggie Smith to speak at Ripon College Feb. 28

Maggie Smith, an award-winning poet, freelance writer and editor who lives in Bexley, Ohio, will read from her work Wednesday, Feb. 28, at Ripon College. […]