UWM student Sam Gallagher has been working at the planetarium since 2015, but his interest in astronomy began before then.
Many people come to Klode Park in Whitefish Bay to admire the views and walk along the beach. While some occasionally wade into Lake Michigan, one group of people, known as the Klode Kru, like to swim two to three miles in it. The rest of the Kru plans to wait until the water temperature is warmer, […]
The UW-Milwaukee Student Association gave away more than $10,000 in grants to clubs that petitioned for grant money for everything from new equipment such as cameras and going on trips around Wisconsin and other states. The $10,731 for these Nov. 7 grants comes from segregated fees students pay as a part of their tuition. Registered […]
After watching and discussing Beyoncé’s visual album “Lemonade” this past Wednesday, October 12, participants learned one thing: “Lemonade” was made for black women. Angela Lang and Shavonda Sisson facilitated a group of roughly 30 people in UW-Milwaukee’s Inclusive Excellence Center in the Union, from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. to chat about “Lemonade.” It is […]
Soap Operas are amusing to say the least. The over-dramatic scenarios, next-to-impossible life events and the intertwined familial chaos provide quality entertainment. Spanish soaps, also known as telenovelas, are on a whole new level of drama. I never gave much thought to soap operas; they were over dramatized shows that had on been on air […]