The years go by. The time flies. Every single second is a moment in time that passes. And it seems like nothing - but when you’re looking back ... well, it amounts to everything. - Ray Bradbury


The Reflections fountain was made possible by the generous donations of Bob (L'83, H'05) and Missy Weiler along with funding from the Class of 1955.  
    Reflections was dedicated during Homecoming Weekend, 2009.

Yesterday's memories. Today's technology.
Capital University continues efforts to digitize more of the university's rich history. Take a trip through time, thanks to University Archives and student-led projects.



Capital in the Sixties


This student-led project spans life at Capital from 1965-1975. Using materials from University Archives and interviews with Capital alumni, this documentary captures a turbulent time in history through the lens of university life.



Dear Miss Conrad, Capital University in WWII


"Dear Miss Conrad," follows the lives of students and faculty members of Capital University during World War II. Learn of the challenges faced at this private, German-Lutheran school within a Jewish community,  during the anti-semitism of Hitler's Nazi regime (third Reich).


Dear Miss Conrad



Capital Chimes - Capital's student newspaper since 1926.



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