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March 2, 2021
Life After Witt

Cynthia A. Stuenkel ’74

Biology major Cynthia A. Stuenkel, class of 1974, didn’t have a job in her field lined up at the time of graduation, so she opted to accept a position with IBM as a systems engineer and head back home to the Chicago area.

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February 24, 2021
On Campus

Sweet Success

Powerful, tech-savvy, networking partners, Wittenberg’s COMPASS: Sweet Success Center is pointing future Tigers in the right direction thanks to a reinvigorated and reimagined career preparation program.

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February 22, 2021
On Campus

Black History Month 2021

Throughout the month of February and thanks to the efforts of the University’s William A. McClain Center for Diversity, Wittenberg will host numerous events and activities as part of its robust Black History Month programming series.

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February 19, 2021
Life After Witt

The Band Plays On

Alumni-led Thomas and the Work-Men, a “five-piece alt rock funk group delivering grooves and good times,” debuts its latest single “Why Can’t I Ever Say No” today, Feb. 19.

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February 11, 2021
Life After Witt

Atolani V. Ladipo ’19

Atolani V. Ladipo or “Lani V," Wittenberg University class of 2019, succeeds in writing the familiar in her recently published poetry book, Black Daze: Poems and Prose.

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February 9, 2021
On Campus

Austin E. Knowlton Memorial Scholar

Evan Wuertemberger, Wittenberg class of 2024, was recently named the recipient of the University’s Austin E. Knowlton Memorial Scholarship. Wuertemberger, a math major, is just the second recipient of the scholarship that is awarded to an incoming student with preference given to those studying mathematics.

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