Despite its location, many UWM students don’t even know the American Geographical Society Library exists. Visitors have access to hundreds of globes and maps, including maps of Milwaukee county which detail where the best to live might be based on crime rates and high levels of residential security. Curator Marcy Bidney does her part to […]
Media Milwaukee talks to UWM students to see how they feel about working while being a full time student.
How do you feel about Aaron Rodgers asking fans to link arms before the Packers-Bears game tonight during the national anthem? We had reporters gathering reactions all over campus.
Members of the Milwaukee community gathered on the third floor of City Hall on the morning of May 12th, with questions and concerns for the task force about those who struggle with heroin, opioid and cocaine addiction. The City-County heroin, opioid and cocaine task force addressed grants and federal funding for recovery programs and rehabilitation centers. Some […]
UW-Milwaukee students talk about how they feel about working while being a full time student.
By Charles Johnson with reporting and writing from JAMS 320 class at UW-Milwaukee An internship or work experience would be required to obtain an undergraduate degree from a UW System school under a proposal in Gov. Scott Walker’s new budget. The topic was not brought up in the actual budget address, and Walker has not […]
The Milwaukee Press Club celebrated unity and growth at the city’s 171st birthday party Thursday night at The Grain Exchange. Members nominated superheroes who work nonstop to help Milwaukee remain a healthy and thriving city. Aggie Purcell and Debbie Crivello, owner and manager of Aggie’s Bakery and Cake shop, stole the room with their tall […]
Taylor Strickland has very personal reasons for supporting organ donation.