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Wittenberg Student Discovers Passion For Service, Direction For Future

December 30, 2010  
 in Community, Headlines

Wittenberg Student Discovers Passion For Service, Direction For Future

Springfield, Ohio – Although all Wittenberg University students must perform community service before enjoying their moment in the sun on graduation day in picturesque Commencement Hollow, not all students look forward to scheduling it. Chris Gipson, class of 2011 from Naperville, Ill., had participated in service events previously, but he was not eager to add […]

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First-Ever Online Mascot Face-Off Between Wittenberg and Wooster Earns Award

December 20, 2010  
 in Campus Headlines, Community

First-Ever Online Mascot Face-Off Between Wittenberg and Wooster Earns Award

Springfield, Ohio – A year after Wittenberg University’s beloved Tiger went head-to-head with the College of Wooster’s Fighting Scot in a first-of-its-kind online Mascot Face-Off, the Council for Advancement and Support of Education (CASE) has recognized the innovative cyber battle with a District V Silver Award in the Best Collaborative Program category. Best Collaborative Program […]

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Wittenberg Community Service Scholar And Family Recognized For Annual Christmas Service Project

December 16, 2010  
 in Community, Headlines

Wittenberg Community Service Scholar And Family Recognized For Annual Christmas Service Project

Springfield, Ohio – For Amy Packer, class of 2011 from Toledo, Ohio, charity begins at home. A Wittenberg University Community Service Scholar, Packer joins her family in hosting an annual Christmas Extravaganza to benefit those in need, an initiative that earned the family a nomination for a prestigious Jefferson Award for Public Service earlier this year. […]

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Wittenberg’s Center For Musical Development Offers Winter Classes

December 16, 2010  
 in Community

Wittenberg’s Center For Musical Development Offers Winter Classes

Springfield, Ohio — Wittenberg University’s Center for Musical Development (CMD) is offering winter 2011 music enrichment opportunities for children and adults. Pre-registration is underway, and pricing includes registration fees. Beginning Piano Class for Elementary School Students offers first piano lessons in a small group setting and the opportunity to learn to read music and musical […]

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Wittenberg University Hosts Annual German Language Epiphany Service Jan. 9

December 16, 2010  
 in Events

Wittenberg University Hosts Annual German Language Epiphany Service Jan. 9

Springfield, Ohio – Wittenberg University’s annual German Language Epiphany Service will take place at 7:30 p.m. Sunday, Jan. 9, in historic Weaver Chapel. The service, a campus tradition since 1985, brings the Christmas season to a close. Wittenberg Professor of Music and University Organist Donald Busarow, who also directed the Wittenberg Choir for 28 years, […]

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Wittenberg Series Welcomes Visual Artist Derek Boshier For Residency And Exhibition

December 15, 2010  
 in Arts and Culture, Events

Wittenberg Series Welcomes Visual Artist Derek Boshier For Residency And Exhibition

Springfield, Ohio — Acclaimed artist Derek Boshier, who came to prominence during the British Pop Art movement in the 1960s, will be in residence at Wittenberg University the week of Jan. 17 as part of the 2010-11 Wittenberg Series. During his visual arts residency, Boshier will meet with Wittenberg art students in their classes, and […]

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Wittenberg History Journal Wins National Competition

December 14, 2010  
 in Campus Headlines, Humanities

Wittenberg History Journal Wins National Competition

Springfield, Ohio – Judged best in the nation for the combination of its scholarly merit, variety of papers, layout and design, and cover artistry, the Wittenberg University History Journal’s 2010 volume Commerce, Culture and Control: Interdisciplinary Approaches to the Past (Vol. 39) has received the Gerald D. Nash History Journal Prize from the Phi Alpha […]

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Civil Rights Activist Cleveland Sellers Featured Speaker For Wittenberg Series-Sponsored Martin Luther King Jr. Convocation

December 6, 2010  
 in Campus Headlines

Civil Rights Activist Cleveland Sellers Featured Speaker For Wittenberg Series-Sponsored Martin Luther King Jr. Convocation

Springfield, Ohio— Internationally-known civil rights activist and scholar Cleveland Sellers will address the Wittenberg University and Springfield communities at the Martin Luther King Jr. Commemorative Convocation at 11 a.m. Monday, Jan. 17, in Weaver Chapel. The annual event is part of the 2010-11 Wittenberg Series. Click here for the Wittenberg University Martin Luther King Jr. […]

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Wittenberg Biology Student Makes Most Of Summer Internship Researching Agricultural Herbicides

December 3, 2010  
 in Campus Headlines, Profiles, Science

Wittenberg Biology Student Makes Most Of Summer Internship Researching Agricultural Herbicides

The knee injury that forced Carl Coburn, class of 2011 from Cincinnati, Ohio, off Wittenberg University’s soccer pitch during his freshman year was a disappointment that could have been a real setback for him. Instead, Coburn decided to put all his focus into his studies, a move that continues to pay significant dividends. “My injury […]

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Wittenberg University Hosts 29th Annual Community Messiah Sing

December 2, 2010  
 in Arts and Culture

Wittenberg University Hosts 29th Annual Community Messiah Sing

Springfield, Ohio – Wittenberg University will host the 29th annual Community Sing of George Friedrich Handel’s Messiah at 7:30 p.m. Monday, Dec. 6, in Weaver Chapel. The concert, in which the audience is the chorus, is sponsored by Wittenberg’s Department of Music, the Ruth B. and Thomas F. Mackey Foundation and Choral Arts of Springfield. […]

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