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[26 Jun 2009 | No Comment | ]
Wittenberg Wins Inaugural “Blood Battle” With Rival Wooster

The Student-Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC) and Student Senate organized a successful blood drive on Jan. 30, collecting 79 pints of donations to win the first-ever “Blood Battle” competition with North Coast Athletic Conference (NCAC) arch-rival Wooster.

Around Myers Hollow, Spring 2009 »

[8 Jun 2009 | No Comment | ]

Steven Bogaerts, assistant professor of computer science, attended the “Rebooting Computing” summit in Santa Clara, Calif., in January, which brought together representatives from industry, government, higher education and K-12 education. Discussion focused on the current state of computer science as…

Features, Spring 2009 »

[4 Jun 2009 | No Comment | ]
On the Banks of Buck Creek

Behind The Springfield Museum of Art and Carleton-Davidson Baseball Stadium, an unexpected sound emanates: the gentle gurgle of Buck Creek as it flows quietly through Springfield. Surprisingly, it seems few Springfielders even notice the nearly seven-mile creek, much less walk down to its banks. Industrialized, overgrown, Buck Creek is almost a forgotten resource. John Loftis ’94 and Professor of Geology John Ritter want to change that.

Features, Spring 2009 »

[4 Jun 2009 | No Comment | ]
A Legend Celebrated

In 40 years as a coach, athletics administrator and professor at Wittenberg University, winning never got old for Dave Maurer or the student-athletes who still love him today.

Reflections, Spring 2009 »

[4 Jun 2009 | No Comment | ]
Giving Voice To The Voiceless

It was about 11 p.m. on Election Night when all the major news networks announced that long and hotly contested presidential election was over: Barack Obama, the junior senator from Illinois, they said, would be the next president of the United States.

Alumni World, Spring 2009 »

[4 Jun 2009 | No Comment | ]
Alumni Family Holds Festival In Memory Of Beloved Professor

Remembered as one whose “enthusiasm for the past enlivened her love for the present,” Margaret Sittler Ermarth ’30 is still celebrated today.

Features, Spring 2009 »

[4 Jun 2009 | No Comment | ]

As Concerned Black Students (CBS) celebrates its 40th anniversary, Wittenberg Magazine reflects on the historic 1969 walkout and what it meant to those who were there, who followed and who continue to carry the torch today.

Spring 2009, Tiger Sports »

[3 Jun 2009 | No Comment | ]
Volleyball Head Coach Captures 200th Career Victory

It was no ordinary celebration following the volleyball team’s 3-0 win at Denison last fall. Not only did the Tigers put the finishing touches on another tremendous regular season and a perfect 16-0 North Coast Athletic Conference (NCAC) record, Head Coach Paco Labrador reached an individual milestone by capturing the 200th win of his career.