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Brad Alberts '92 playing during his Ripon career.

Brad Alberts ’92 featured in article detailing his management of the Dallas Stars

“How Brad Alberts is Making Dallas a Hockey Town” is published in the August 2021 issue of D Magazine of Dallas-Fort Worth, Texas. Alberts ’92 […]

As a principal, Eric Wightman ’96 creates a caring culture for his school

Saturday, May 1, is School Principals Day, and we recognize Eric Wightman ’96. He is in his eighth year as principal of E. W. Luther […]

Adam Sonntag ’08 returns to Ripon as new city administrator

Today, March 15, Adam Sonntag ’08 begins his new position as city administrator for the City of Ripon. The editorial “Welcome (back) to Ripon, Adam […]

Ellen Sorensen ’00 president of local League of Women Voters

International Women’s Day is being celebrated today, March 8, with a theme of “Choose to Challenge.” The organization aims to celebrate the achievements of women […]

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 […]

Role-playing games bring history to life for both teacher, students

While on sabbatical during the fall of 2019, Professor of History Diane Mockridge explored the use of immersive role-playing games to support engaged learning in […]

Museum internship in Great Britain brings valuable experience to Emma Lemke ’19

An internship at the Royal Norfolk Regimental Museum in Great Britain helped solidify career goals for Emma Lemke ’19 of Hilbert, Wisconsin. At Ripon, Lemke […]

Thomas Broman '76

Thomas Broman ’76 will talk about cancer via Zoom Nov. 11

Trustee Thomas Broman ’76 of Barneveld, Wisconsin, will speak via Zoom Nov. 11 for Barbara Sisson’s “Biology of Cancer” class. He will discuss President Richard […]

Brian Bockelman

Brian Bockelman featured in online article about history graduates

Brian Bockelman, associate professor of history, is featured on a panel of experts in an article on zippia.com, published this month. “Experts weigh in on […]

Valerie Doorbos, Shreeya Gautam

Summer fellowship boosted students’ experience in sustainability

Shreeya Gautam ’21 of Kathmandu, Nepal, and Valerie Doornbos ‘21 of Allendale, Michigan, both took part in fellowships with the Summer Institute on Sustainability and […]

Sarah Frohardt-Lane

Sarah Frohardt-Lane publishes article about movement to desegregate buses

Sarah Frohardt-Lane, associate professor of history and director of the Environmental Studies Program, had an article, “Desegregating Birmingham’s Buses: African Americans’ Protracted Struggle and White […]

Alumnus Brad Alberts

Brad Alberts ’92 of Dallas Stars interviewed on national podcast

Brad Alberts ’92 of Southlake, Texas, president and CEO of the Dallas Stars of the National Hockey League, was interviewed this week on the Jay […]

Zelina Zimmerman '20

We’re still here: Zelina Zimmerman ’20

After taking a year off to work after graduation, Zelina Zimmerman ’20 of Deerfield, Wisconsin, will apply to nursing programs for the following year. At […]

Riley Printz '20

We’re still here: Riley Printz ’20

In the fall, Riley Printz ’20 of Rosholt, Wisconsin, will be attending Marquette Law School. At Ripon, he is majoring in history with a minor […]

Madeleine Craig '20

We’re still here: Madeleine Craig ’20

With a triple major in theatre, English and history, Madeleine Craig ’20 of West Bend, Wisconsin, has a variety of options. After graduation in May, […]

Laryssa Vaclavik '20

We’re still here: Laryssa Vaclavik ’20

Laryssa Vaclavik ’20 of Portage, Indiana, will return to Ripon in the fall for student teaching, and she also will be looking for other jobs […]