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[ ]Beta Theta PiBetas foster non-violent behavior among local children7:3-52/41997
[ ]Black Culture HouseBlack culture house opens Ariyo, a Christian library for all students2:1-22/41997
[ ]University PastorsCampus pastors to leave Wittenberg1:2-52/41997
[ ]Concerned Black Students (CBS)CBS discusses 'what didn't happen' on King's birthday1:22/41997
[ ]Wuchter, MichaelChanging roles dictated pastors' decision to leave5:4-52/41997
[ ]TheftChemistry department student and professor victims of theft3:3-52/41997
[ ]College BowlCollege Bowl competitors flex mental muscles2:4-52/41997
[ ]ColumnsEnglish-only policies limit rights of non-natives5:1-52/41997
[ ]Senior SpotlightFriendships endure despite living apart: Archey, Coleman, Meinke, and Westermann remember fond times together7:1-52/41997
[ ]Matthies HouseHonors program to move to renovated Matthies House2:1-22/41997
[ ]Job ExposJob expos offer variety of networking possiblities3:1-22/41997
[ ]Pep BandMore'pep' added to Wittenberg sports6:1-52/41997
[ ]EditorialsPastors' departures create a time for both grieving and celebration4:12/41997
[ ]Philosophy Department; ColloquiaPhilosophy colloquium questions existence of reality3:3-42/41997
[ ]Diversity WorkshopsPrevention workshop examines diversity1:3-52/41997
[ ]Music; QuipfirePrinceton improv group Quipfire! plays Commons9:1-22/41997
[ ]MoviesRomeo and Juliet continues '90s Shakespearean fetish10:1-52/41997
[ ]Basketball - MenTigers hold onto first place in NCAC8:1-32/41997
[ ]TheatreWittenberg Experimental Theatre premiere production a 'splash'9:1-52/41997
[ ]Data TelWittenberg Hosts Data Tel pilot program2:3-52/41997
[ ]Senior spotlight'The three amigos': Boyle, Gardner, and Paine11:1-52/111997
[ ]C-SAWC-SAW sponsors cruelty-free product exchange for students2:1-32/111997
[ ]EditorialsCBS encourages campus-wide revision of MLK Day observance4:4-52/111997
[ ]EditorialsCensoring sites causes debate4:12/111997
[ ]McKitrick, Max; NellieCouple donates $100,000 gift for economics scholarship6:1-32/111997
[ ]ColumnsEbonics more than dumbing down of standard English5:1-52/111997
[ ]Step ShowFirst Annual Unity Step Show promotes unity1:3-52/111997
[ ]Senior SpotlightFour years of friendship result in many fond memories for Fout, Moll, and Way10:1-32/111997
[ ]Frederick, ErinFrederick studies ethical issues and public affairs during semester in D.C.10:4-52/111997
[ ]Glazier, JeremyGlazier discusses youth revolution in 'Pais Valencia'3:2-52/111997
[ ]Guterson, DavidGuterson novel crosses cultrual barriers, moves readers15:1-52/111997
[ ]WeddingsHomework and housework: Stefaniks and Richeys balance married life and college life9:1-52/111997
[ ]DeLuca, TomHypnotist DeLuca creates 'mesmerizing' Witt tradition6:1-22/111997
[ ]Java HouseJava House to open for business1:22/111997
[ ]Kinnison, Dr. William A.Kinnison named county historical society president6:1-22/111997
[ ]Lazarus, Julien; Bertelli, StaciLazarus and Bertelli lead the way for the Tigers13:1-52/111997
[ ]Panic AttacksLiving in fear: 'Panic attacks strike across age, gender, and racial boundaries'8:1-52/111997
[ ]Shulman, RobertPhi Beta Kappa to host visiting scholar from Yale2:4-52/111997
[ ]RARA applicant pool reduced; deadline extended by one week3:2-32/111997
[ ]Campus Life; Campus; Columns; Physical PlantRed chairs provide watering hole for CDR-goers5:1-52/111997
[ ]Student SenateSenate approves proposal allowing condom distribution on campus2:1-52/111997
[ ]Schilling, Dr. Donald G. Speaker examines history of Holocaust2:1-32/111997
[ ]LettersStudents plan forum to discuss assault policies4:22/111997
[ ]South HallSwastikas found on South Hall residents' doors1:22/111997
[ ]University VandalizedUniversity sign and seal vandalized1:2-52/111997
[ ]InternetUsers access pornography on Internet1:2-42/111997
[ ]Staley, ChristopherWitt grad Staley holds gallery exhibit, workshops with community members14:1-32/111997
[ ]Empty BowlsWittenberg potters work to fill 'empty bowls'8:1-52/111997
[ ]Swimming and DivingWittenberg prepares for NCAC championship12:1-52/111997
[ ]MisanthropeWittenberg production of Moliere's The Misanthrope opens this week at Chakeres15:1-32/111997
[ ]Mohler, SharonYellow Springs resident Mohler shares musically inspired sculpture3:4-52/111997
[ ]American International Association (AIA)AIA celebrates fashions from Witt and across the world3:22/181997
[ ]AIDSAIDS Awareness Club to assemble quilt2:12/181997
[ ]Bellwood, JackieBellwood speech promotes bat conservation during awareness week2:12/181997
[ ]VandalismCar break-ins, vandalism spreading1:22/181997
[ ]ComputersDeck named Wittenberg director of computing1:32/181997
[ ]AwardsHonor award nominations available3:22/181997
[ ]ComputerLanguage lab privacy questioned1:22/181997
[ ]Theatre and Dance DepartmentMoliere's 'The Misanthrope' comments on aristocracy10:12/181997
[ ]ConcertsMultiple influences combine in Cassidy Drove the Bus9:12/181997
[ ]Panhellenic CouncilPanhel Exec Council elects new officers11:12/181997
[ ]Prospective StudentsPropective students spend weekend at Wittenberg2:12/181997
[ ]Recitation HallReci's best kept secrets: Beacom, Burley, and Shultz devote time and energy to Wittenberg6:12/181997
[ ]Ross, LorettaRoss discusses elimination of hate groups1:32/181997
[ ]Student SenateSenate considers UB movie problems; discusses 'Us Vs. Them,' swastika incident in South Hall2:42/181997
[ ]HPERC Facilities and FieldsSwimmers to benefit diabetes association3:52/181997
[ ]Concerned Black Students (CBS)Unity March publicity, scheduling, and funding discussed3:12/181997
[ ]Student ActivitiesWittenberg student experiences Kenya's distinct culture7:12/181997
[ ]Women's StudiesWomen's Program Committee shares diary revelations3:22/181997
[ ]Theatre and Dance Department'The Waiting Room' explores women't issues10:12/251997
[ ]Board of Directors; College CostsBoard approves tuition, fees budget proposal1:52/251997
[ ]Security OfficeCampus safer than recent crime episodes indicate1:22/251997
[ ]Concerned Black Students (CBS)CBS proposes new King holiday observance1:22/251997
[ ]Concerned Black Students (CBS)CBS sponsors 'Expectations of Triumph'9:12/251997
[ ]ComputersComputer labs dedicated to contributors2:12/251997
[ ]EditorialsFaculty - Academic Freedom4:12/251997
[ ]Mann, JackJack Mann: Dedicated to the creative spirit6:12/251997
[ ]Basketball - MenMen's Basketball Program Revives Tiger Head Tradition From 19568:12/251997
[ ]Martin Luther King, Jr., DayMKL Day provides opportunity to promote diversity, moral growth4:22/251997
[ ]Honor SocietiesODK selects 27 new members from applicant pool of 502:42/251997
[ ]Music DepartmentOldham and Boomhower display musical talents9:42/251997
[ ]Musical GroupsPavement album promises to interest even classic rockers9:42/251997
[ ]Broderick, Julie; Ennen, Michelle; Esterly, Kristie; Tate, JenniferSenior Spotlight7:12/251997
[ ]Alcohol PolicyStudent behavior this spring to determine off-campus keg ban2:32/251997
[ ]Sexual harassment; Student SenateStudent Senate hears suggestions for current sexual assalt, harassment policy1:32/251997
[ ]ConferencesStudents to present research projects at national conference in Texas7:32/251997
[ ]Track and FieldWomen's and Men's Indoor Track and Field Teams Prepare for NCAC Tournament8:12/251997
[ ]Women's ExperienceWomen's Experience combines music, dance, discussion, art2:12/251997
[ ]ConcertsBailey-Hutchison sings simple, heartfelt songs9:13/181997
[ ]Swimming and Diving - WomenBertelli earns All-American honors8:43/181997
[ ]Student UnionCoffeehouse negotiations suspended1:53/181997
[ ]Bread for the worldCrop walkers raise funds for Springfield's underpriviledged3:13/181997
[ ]Concerts - DanceDance Concert to open on Thursday featuring 'Synapse' by Van Pelt10:13/181997
[ ]Habitat for HumanityDitch digging, roofing, and food: Habitaters spend break in Mississippi6:43/181997
[ ]Residence HallsFerncliff democratic living plan considered1:23/181997
[ ]EditorialsFerncliff program excellent move4:13/181997
[ ]DeathsGerald Furay, '48, dies5:43/181997
[ ]Philosophy DepartmentJulian of Norwich: anchoress was philosopher, optimist3:33/181997
[ ]McKinley, WilliamMcKinley competes on TV's Jeopardy!2:13/181997
[ ]Sociology DepartmentMedia contribute to false gender roles, says Nibert2:43/181997
[ ]FacultyProfessors need freedom to set their own agenda4:13/181997
[ ]Santos, Dr. JohnSantos exposes growing rate of elderly suicide, increases awareness of issue2:13/181997
[ ]SoftballSenior leadership and a strong recruiting class give Tigers boost8:13/181997
[ ]Burke, Brian; Hallman, Clay; Heigle, Dave; Phillips, Marvin; Rose, Dan; Smalley, RyanSenior Spotlight7:13/181997
[ ]Security OfficeStudent parking issues considered1:23/181997
[ ]GrantsSummer research grant winners selected1:33/181997
[ ]BaseballUnder new head coach Jay Lewis Tigers look to post another successful season8:13/181997
[ ]Fraternities and SororitiesUnversity seeks full-time Greek Coordinator2:13/181997
[ ]ConcertsViolent Femmes to perform April 121:23/181997
[ ]Condoms; HIV (virus)Witt campus finally catching up on condoms, AIDS4:23/181997
[ ]ChoirWitt Choir travels across 'arctic north' on Spring tour6:13/181997
[ ]Wittenberg Campus'Kissing bridge' damaged by tree2:43/251997
[ ]Alma MaterAlma mater candidates claim diverse experiences2:43/251997
[ ]Women's ExperienceArt museum hossts women's experience2:43/251997
[ ]GraduationCommencement planning underway1:33/251997
[ ]Wittenberg Dance CompanyDance concert thrills audiences, surprises with wide variety of music, dance styles10:13/251997
[ ]English DepartmentDixon considers Shakespeare in film3:43/251997
[ ]Giantonio, PatrickFootsteps into Change spans Africa5:43/251997
[ ]Habitat For HumanityHammering, accidental detours, laboring long days: Habitat for Humanity's Collegiate Challenge spring break trip to North Carolina6:13/251997
[ ]FacultyJones publishes book on John Jakes3:13/251997
[ ]Women's History MonthLow attendance disappoints women's history organizers2:23/251997
[ ]Lacrosse - MenMen's lacrosse builds on solid win against Oberlin8:13/251997
[ ]Wittenberg SeriesRusk analyzes Springfield1:23/251997
[ ]Searle, JohnSearle addresses what we 'should know'1:23/251997
[ ]Student SenateSenate candidates face off1:33/251997
[ ]Gartley, Erin; Marcussen, Jill; McKee, Dawn; Mitchell, Becky; Schmidt, SarahSenior Spotlight7:13/251997
[ ]History DepartmentTaylor examines film biography3:33/251997
[ ]FacultyWU head instructor gains All-American honors8:53/251997
[ ]WUSOWUSO to 'reintroduce' itself in '97-'98 school year3:13/251997
[ ]Musical GroupsZilske Sisters reveal origin of band, meaning of life9:13/251997
[ ]Theatre and Dance Department'Us and Them' falls short of expectations on Diversity Day15:44/111997
[ ]Faculty1993 committee finds that Office of Church Relations is 'essential'6:14/111997
[ ]Wittenberg CampusBlood center holds second drive2:44/111997
[ ]Del Valle, Dr. ElyssaDel Valle presents causes, treatments for students suffering from migraines3:34/111997
[ ]Wittenberg campusGiving blood: no easy task9:44/111997
[ ]Fraternities and SororitiesGreek Weel to include traditional pool, street games, Lift-A-Thon3:14/111997
[ ]Health and Counseling ServicesHealth and Counseling Center alters hours of operation3:44/111997
[ ]Alma MaterHochstetler named Alma Mater1:24/111997
[ ]Intramural SportsJamel King wins intramural 3-point shooing and dunking contests13:34/111997
[ ]Music DepartmentKazez gives lectures, performances in India7:14/111997
[ ]EditorialsLessons learned on Diversity Day are invaluable4:14/111997
[ ]ConcertsLimpopo to bring 'Crazy Russian Folk-n-Roll' back to Wittenberg14:14/111997
[ ]BaseballMagoteaux ties record with two grand slams in same inning13:24/111997
[ ]FacultyMaurer to be inducted into Penn. Sports Hall of Fame13:34/111997
[ ]Physics DepartmentNight sky plays host to wonderous spring show8:14/111997
[ ]NightguardsNightguards: up all night with the campus owls8:14/111997
[ ]Religion DepartmentProfessor addresses issue of religious boundaries3:14/111997
[ ]Wittenberg SeriesRusk discusses urban planning problems in the city of Springfield7:44/111997
[ ]Student SenateSenate discusses need for 'civility and tolerance' in future campaigning2:14/111997
[ ]Clack, Danielle; Little, MoniqueSenior Spotlight10:14/111997
[ ]Habitat For HumanitySpringfield native to recieve one of five houses from Habitat for Humanity3:34/111997
[ ]Musical GroupsState Champs comment on current musical trends atWitt, music limits15:14/111997
[ ]FacultyTipson begins pastor search by appointing committee1:24/111997
[ ]Concerned Black Students (CBS)Unity March tops off first Diversity Day2:34/111997
[ ]Wittenberg CampusVisitation policy changes eliminate need to sign in1:54/111997
[ ]Student Union; WeddingsWedding vows renewed between lunch and dinner in CDR9:14/111997
[ ]Assault and BatteryWitt students assaulted on campus1:24/111997
[ ]International EducationWitt's Fulbright scholars to spend year in Germany2:14/111997
[ ]Judo; JujitsuWittenberg judo and jujitsu win four gold medals and two silver13:14/111997
[ ]Wittenberg - Relationship with Springfield'Visions of Peace' sparkle form the Peace Center in the Dietrich House8:19/161997
[ ]Yearbook1996-97 yearbook canceled1:29/161997
[ ]New Students1997's New Student class largest in years1:39/161997
[ ]TennisAlbright tennis complex to open September 2713:19/161997
[ ]Security OfficeCampus security notes increase in unruly behavior1:59/161997
[ ]CampusCapital Campaign to fund future campus developments1:29/161997
[ ]FootballCommunity Night opener preps Tigers for annual Gator challenge12:19/161997
[ ]CondomsCondoms now available on campus1:49/161997
[ ]WUSOEquipment upgrades and program changes highlight this year's opening of WUSO; executive staff members very excited about the new general improvements14:19/161997
[ ]Habitat for HumanityHabitat for Humanity 'Blitzes' to build with Springfield community8:49/161997
[ ]Matthies HouseHonors lounge open in Matthies House6:19/161997
[ ]Security OfficeKrumholtz outlines Witt security plans2:19/161997
[ ]Library - NEH GrantLibrary gets $2.5 million in NEH grant9:19/161997
[ ]Cross CountryLorek ready for challenge13:49/161997
[ ]Thomas LibraryNew director of Thomas Library keeps up with change9:49/161997
[ ]New StudentsNew Students elect 1997-97 class officers3:39/161997
[ ]FacultyPastor Heil, '67, accepts 'unique position'8:19/161997
[ ]Richardson, PeterPoet Richardson urges students to write about what they know15:19/161997
[ ]Rampersad, Dr. Arnold Rampersad speaks at Convocation about Langston Hughes's life2:49/161997
[ ]Goldman, Joel; Sulivan, TJSpeakers discuss AIDS, alcohol abuse, and unsafe sex2:19/161997
[ ]Task ForcesTask force drafting job descriptions for two new church positions3:19/161997
[ ]Student ServicesThree new members appointed to Student Services staff2:19/161997
[ ]New StudentsTipson descusses financial impact of New Students1:29/161997
[ ]VolleyballUnity sparks women's volleyball12:19/161997
[ ]Student UnionUniversity planning to reopen The Pub6:19/161997
[ ]ComputersWittenberg working to convert campus networks to Windows NT3:19/161997
[ ]Soccer - WomenWomen's soccer team combines mix of new energy and upperclass experience12:39/161997
[ ]Fraternities and SororitiesAlpha Phi Alpha hopes for charter1:19/231997
[ ]Circle KCircle K encircles community9:19/231997
[ ]Student SenateClass size and yearbook boost Senate's budget1:19/231997
[ ]English DepartmentCreative Writing class pens its poetic opinions8:19/231997
[ ]American International Association (AIA)Crossroads introduces campus to foreign cultures during Homecoming Weekend3:19/231997
[ ]Wittenberg - Relationship with SpringfieldCultureFest '97 features foreign cultures, foods1:39/231997
[ ]Dance CompaniesDance Company recongnized for achievements with $1,000 merit grant14:19/231997
[ ]Fraternities and SororitiesDelta Tau Delta coming soon3:49/231997
[ ]FacultyFaculty salaries fall in comparison to other schools1:19/231997
[ ]ConcertsFreddy Jones Band coming to campus2:39/231997
[ ]ConcertsGlimmerbox a campus band full of talent and enthousiasm15:19/231997
[ ]International StudentsInternational students master English--and third language?8:19/231997
[ ]Sociology DepartmentMcEvoy exhibit reflects on relationship with nature and each other15:19/231997
[ ]CampusNew humanities building to overlook Myers Hollow2:19/231997
[ ]Student SenateSenate creates standing budget committee to oversee appropriations2:19/231997
[ ]Fraternities and SororitiesService fraternity to colonize Wittenberg3:39/231997
[ ]Student SenateStudent Senate green lights Alpha Phi Alpha colonization2:29/231997
[ ]Theatre and Dance DepartmentTear-jerking drama 'Dolores' opens in Blair15:59/231997
[ ]Recreation - SpringfieldThe Wright Place is the right place for food, friends, fun, and coffee9:19/231997
[ ]FootballTigers victorious over Gators12:19/231997
[ ]Union BoardUnion Board unveils fall plans3:19/231997
[ ]Field HockeyWitt field hockey dominates with defense13:19/231997
[ ]Soccer - WomenWomen's soccer learns from Wilmington loss12:29/231997
[ ]Concerts'Indoor Living' offers Witt a refreshing artistic outlet14:19/301997
[ ]Homecoming1997 Homecoming king and queen crowned1:29/301997
[ ]Wittenberg - Relationship with SpringfieldA place 'Where Strange is normal'11:19/301997
[ ]HIV (virus)AIDS Awareness Week planned for campus6:49/301997
[ ]HIV (virus)AIDS deaths drop in 1995-966:49/301997
[ ]TennisAlbright tennis complex dedicated12:19/301997
[ ]Martin, BillAlumnus Bill Martin shares achievements with management students6:19/301997
[ ]Wietelman, KristaArtistic Profile15:19/301997
[ ]ProvostBladh 'rocks' his way into the Power Tower8:19/301997
[ ]Religion DepartmentCopeland running for a seat on the Springfield City Commision2:49/301997
[ ]FootballFincham clears bench in 62-10 Kenyon romp13:49/301997
[ ]FacultyFour professors to be considered for tenure6:19/301997
[ ]HomecomingHomecoming Court selection process changed2:29/301997
[ ]Kidd, LynnLynn Kidd speaks of hope for HIV-infected people2:49/301997
[ ]Student UnionMailroom to try opening on Saturdays7:39/301997
[ ]FacultyPastors move on to careers, lives after Wittenberg6:49/301997
[ ]Hand, Andrew; McIntyre, Andy; Stewart, T.J.Senior Spotlight10:19/301997
[ ]Shumate, JohnShumate experiences healthier and happier lifestyle after winning weight loss battle, shares his story8:19/301997
[ ]Wittenberg - Relationship with SpringfieldSmall Business Institute to help Chamber of Commerce7:19/301997
[ ]Community WorkshopStudents tell a variety of reasons for not finishing the university's community service requirement3:39/301997
[ ]FacultyStudents to staff: Recent graduates working on campus9/301997
[ ]Task ForcesTask force forms to study community service requirement1:29/301997
[ ]Wittenberg SeriesThe Wittenberg Series provides opportunities for enlightenment and entertainment15:49/301997
[ ]Union BoardUnion Board trying to bring Sandler6:19/301997
[ ]Health and Counseling ServicesWellness Center hours reduced1:19/301997
[ ]Athletic Department - Hall of HonorWitt alumni honored for athletic achievements12:59/301997
[ ]DeathsWitt honoree Bob Sullivan taken by death13:59/301997
[ ]Field HockeyWitt prevails in OT win over Denison despite allowing first goal of season13:19/301997
[ ]Soccer - WomenWU women's soccer posts first NCAC win12:49/301997
[ ]Athletes for Christ (AFC)AFC provides Christian outlet for athletes3:310/71997
[ ]Student SenateBroken bottles move Senate to action2:310/71997
[ ]FacultyBurley's dedications extends beyond walls of Recitation7:410/71997
[ ]StealingCampus bike thefts increase2:110/71997
[ ]ConcertsDivision St. returns for second performance9:110/71997
[ ]East Asian Studies DepartmentGreater funds allow East Asina Studies Club to expand cultural awareness6:110/71997
[ ]Student ActivitiesLeadership team established on campus3:110/71997
[ ]Music DepartmentM n' M recitals feature faculty and students in monthly informal performances10:310/71997
[ ]Task ForcesMake-up of service task force determined2:310/71997
[ ]Wittenberg - Relationship with SpringfieldMixing music and mocha7:110/71997
[ ]AccreditationNCA conducts evaluation of University3:110/71997
[ ]Soccer - MenNew Students step up to help rebuild men's soccer8:110/71997
[ ]Student UnionPocket Lint performs in the pub10:310/71997
[ ]Wittenberg - Relationship with SpringfieldPolice plan to use noise law to control loud parties2:110/71997
[ ]Office of the PresidentPresident Tipson teaches his first class at Wittenberg3:410/71997
[ ]Resident AdvisorsR.A.s abandon strike threats1:410/71997
[ ]Rugby - Men; Rugby - WomenRugby teams fight to use fields1:210/71997
[ ]CalendarSaturday class required for students this winter3:110/71997
[ ]Altman, Jaime; Sayoc, NedSenior Spotlight6:110/71997
[ ]Springfield Arts CouncilSpringfield Arts Council kicks off its twentieth season9:110/71997
[ ]WUSOTalk show tries to increase involvement9:510/71997
[ ]Soccer - WomenTigers slam Lions in 5-0 victory8:510/71997
[ ]VolleyballTigers take championship at home8:110/71997
[ ]Union BoardUnion Board tires to land Adam Sandler1:110/71997
[ ]Wally WittWally Witt vandalized1:410/71997
[ ]Theatre and Dance Department'Amadeus' a stellar theatre season opener9:110/141997
[ ]FacultyBailey assumes role of Greek Coordinator7:110/141997
[ ]Martin, BillBill Martin outlines secrets of real estate, sports business3:110/141997
[ ]AlcoholDrinking in halls remains a problem2:210/141997
[ ]Fraternities and SororitiesFijis removed from social probation after two years3:110/141997
[ ]Art DepartmentKnoop's unique bone sculptures and laser prints appealing to the eye9:110/141997
[ ]FootballMygrant makes history with new tradition10:110/141997
[ ]Residence Hall Association (RHA)RHA considers a ban on cigarettes in halls1:110/141997
[ ]Sandler, AdamSandler appearance falls through1:310/141997
[ ]Schnapf, MartySchnapf find the 'timelessness' of Italy an inspiration to his art6:110/141997
[ ]Student SenateSenate committee will consider election reforms3:410/141997
[ ]Holt, Emily; Meier, Jen; Bidwell, Liz; McKnight, Meredith; Foulk, StephanieSenior Spotlight7:110/141997
[ ]FacultyStapled, bound, or mailed: Life in the basement of Recitation6:410/141997
[ ]Student SenateStudent Senate debates Union Board's debt2:110/141997
[ ]East Asian Studies DepartmentStudents and faculty don Korean Fashions8:110/141997
[ ]AlcoholStudents say binge drinking is widespread2:310/141997
[ ]Assault and BatteryTwo assaulted on campus1:310/141997
[ ]Clark State Community College'A Chorus Line' comes to Springfield14:110/281997
[ ]Theatre and Dance Department'Jeffrey' thoughtful and sexy14:110/281997
[ ]Jakes, John'North and South' author visits Wittenberg1:310/281997
[ ]AgoraAgora festival enlivens Parents Weekend2:110/281997
[ ]Alumnae/Alumni; Martin, DanAlumnus seeks Commisioner seat2:310/281997
[ ]Wittenberg SeriesBiologist Sylvia Earle speaks on marine exploration, conservation2:310/281997
[ ]Salt HouseCommunity Cafe offers alternatives to the Friday night party scene9:410/281997
[ ]ScholarshipsDespite numbers, University Scholars still impressive3:410/281997
[ ]Fraternities and SororitiesGAMMA educates greek community about mature uses of alcohol8:510/281997
[ ]English DepartmentJakes visits English class6:210/281997
[ ]Wittenberg - Relationship with SpringfieldJava House is not just 'the same old grind'9:110/281997
[ ]Hijinian, LynLanguage poet Hejinian reads works on dreams, memory, forgetfulness; answers audience questions6:310/281997
[ ]SportsRafey awarded scholarship for academics and community involvement13:210/281997
[ ]Security OfficeSecurity keeps peace among student body3:110/281997
[ ]Scott, Dawn; Zerkle, HeidiSenior Spotlight10:110/281997
[ ]Student SenateStudent Senat discusses Saturday class proposal3:410/281997
[ ]English DepartmentStudents tackle questions of canon8:110/281997
[ ]Basketball - WomenTigers prepare for challenging season ahead12:110/281997
[ ]AdministrationTipson implements regular administration evaluations1:110/281997
[ ]Union BoardUnion Board restructures6:310/281997
[ ]Student UnionUniversity broke off coffeehouse deal after finding legal problems1:210/281997
[ ]ChoirWittenberg choirs bond, praise, convert, and have fun through their singing8:110/281997
[ ]Cross CountryWomen's cross-country team surpasses early expectations12:110/281997
[ ]WUSOWUSO restricts playing of explicit lyrics2:110/281997
[ ]Wittenberg Series'Miss Daisy' a disappointing production11:111/41997
[ ]Student UnionBeer flows once again at the Pub3:111/41997
[ ]Student ActivitiesBible studies offer chances to discuss the big issues6:411/41997
[ ]Board of DirectorsBoard authorizes new academic building1:111/41997
[ ]College Republicans and DemocratsCollege Republicans and Democrats fight political apathy7:511/41997
[ ]Community WorkshopCommunity Workshops says students miss fun of service3:311/41997
[ ]ComputersComputing Center understaffed while playing computer catch-up2:411/41997
[ ]Dance CompaniesDance Company to perform 10th anniversary Dance Concert10:111/41997
[ ]Residence HallsDorm residents pay more for phone service than off-campus students2:111/41997
[ ]FacultyFaculty study says current salary system is unfair1:111/41997
[ ]FootballFincham motivates team at halftime9:111/41997
[ ]FootballFincham says team staying strong after players suspended9:211/41997
[ ]WUSOFirst Beat on WUSO searching for talent10:311/41997
[ ]CrimeHouse yields stolen statue, marijuana1:311/41997
[ ]Fraternities and SororitiesKappa Delta celebrates centennial3:411/41997
[ ]Weaver Chapel AssociationPastor Callon W. Halloway participates in Festival for Reformation11:111/41997
[ ]Messerly, Dave; Culp, Jeff; Kuehn, ScottSenior Spotlight7:111/41997
[ ]Biology DepartmentSummer program focusing on marine biology and policy grants Snyder 'eye opening experience'6:111/41997
[ ]International StudentsWitt has largest international class in years3:111/41997
[ ]Recreation - SpringfieldWorld renowned cellist will open Springfield Symphony's 54th season10:111/41997
[ ]Student UnionComedy troupe Pocket Lint full of humor, surprises, and zany antics9:111/111997
[ ]Martin Luther King, Jr., DayConvocation isn't the only thing happening on MLK Day3:111/111997
[ ]FacultyCopeland wins seat on Springfield City Commission1:111/111997
[ ]Dance CompaniesDance concert varies in emotions and styles9:111/111997
[ ]FacultyFaculty votes to negotiate for back pay1:211/111997
[ ]Goodwin, Doris KearnsGoodwin gives life to past presidents1:211/111997
[ ]Health and Counseling ServicesHealth Center cautions students to protects themselves against STDs2:311/111997
[ ]Thomas LibraryLibrary hiring two reference librarians3:111/111997
[ ]Wittenberg - Relationship with SpringfieldLocal couple adopts daughter from Sludyanka, Russia6:111/111997
[ ]Soccer - MenMen's soccer ends season with close win over Scots10:111/111997
[ ]Student SenateOpen forum time changed2:411/111997
[ ]Student UnionPost office removes mailbox3:411/111997
[ ]ScholarshipsRecent graduates enjoying 'freedoms' offered by Fulbright6:511/111997
[ ]Student SenateSenate discusses AIA request to host Ohio International Conference3:411/111997
[ ]Student SenateSenate President/Treasurer summit could happen in 'next few weeks'2:111/111997
[ ]Duerr, Beth; Pera, Jodi; Baily, Sarah; Hill, VickieSenior Spotlight7:111/111997
[ ]AutomobilesStudents: Parking has become 'awful'2:111/111997
[ ]English DepartmentThe Writer's Reading attracts a crowd8:311/111997
[ ]ScholarshipsThree seniors nominated for Fulbright Scholarships6:111/111997
[ ]VolleyballWitt volleyball wins fourth NCAC title10:411/111997
[ ]AdmissionsWittenberg applies Affirmative Action to hiring, not admissions2:411/111997
[ ]FootballWittenberg falls to Wooster 21-1910:111/111997
[ ]Field HockeyWU falls in field hockey tourney10:411/111997
[ ]Swimming and Diving - WomenWU swimming loses to nationally ranked team10:111/111997
[ ]American International Association (AIA)AIA hosting International Conference in March2:311/181997
[ ]Wittenberg - Relationship with SpringfieldCanadian star Anny Murray to perform9:111/181997
[ ]Caving ClubCaving Club provides adventure and education6:111/181997
[ ]Concerned Black Students (CBS)CBS constitution lacks process to replace officer3:211/181997
[ ]Student UnionCommons service needs improvement2:111/181997
[ ]Theatre and Dance DepartmentDirecting Class One-Acts present a variety of new faces and talents to Witt8:411/181997
[ ]FootballFarley takes off his helmet and reflects on past four years at Witt10:111/181997
[ ]Concerned Black Students (CBS)Haynes resigns his CBS senator post1:211/181997
[ ]Amnesty International (AI)Midwest Regional Conference enlightens Amnesty International members on human rights issues and creates a bond of friendship6:111/181997
[ ]McFeatters, DaleMother's high profile job offers uncommon experiences7:311/181997
[ ]Student OrganizationsOther colleges give insight into current funding debate2:411/181997
[ ]Student SenateSenate, in short order, allocates $26,773.75 for WUSO transmitter3:111/181997
[ ]Laurell, Carrie; Hegedus, Emily; Evans, LynnSenior Spotlight7:111/181997
[ ]Student SenateStudent leaders want Senate funding process refined1:111/181997
[ ]Residence HallsStudents like idea of smoke-free dorms3:311/181997
[ ]TorchTorch presents proposal to initiate media freedom1:411/181997
[ ]Resident AdvisorsTower R.A. target of racism1:311/181997
[ ]Security OfficeTwo cars collide on Woodlawn Ave.2:111/181997
[ ]Union BoardUB changes movie format9:411/181997
[ ]VolleyballWittenberg spikers upset in regional semi-final10:111/181997
[ ]Concerned Black Students (CBS)Wittenberg students try to attend March, benefit from experience3:411/181997
[ ]VandalismAlcohol-related vandalism continues to be a problem2:412/91997
[ ]Johnson, CharlesCharles Johnson previews his new book, Dreamer1:112/91997
[ ]Wittenberg SeriesClassical quartet Anonymous 4 final Witt Series Event this semester9:112/91997
[ ]Student SenateHearing Board ends quorum dilemma by adding two new seats2:412/91997
[ ]History DepartmentHistory Professor Celms retiring at the end of the semester6:112/91997
[ ]Music DepartmentJazz Festival with John Fedchock punctuates year in jazz at Wittenberg8:112/91997
[ ]BuildingsKeller Hall scheduled for demolition at end of '97-98 school year3:112/91997
[ ]Fraternities and SororitiesLambda Chi Alpha house burglarized during break1:212/91997
[ ]Student SenateSenate no longer approves media leaders1:212/91997
[ ]Bennis, Carina; Klockner, BrianSenior Spotlight7:112/91997
[ ]GraduationSeniors Plan for Commencement Speaker2:112/91997
[ ]Task ForcesTask force examines tenure1:412/91997
[ ]Thinker's ClubThinker's Club dons collective thinker's cap7:412/91997
[ ]Basketball - WomenTigers win in OT despite slow first half10:112/91997
[ ]Model United Nations ClubUnited Nations Club promotes global awareness6:112/91997
[ ]Union BoardWith Union Board, never a dull moment2:112/91997