Nestled between beauty parlors and small businesses sits a brand-new resource center to provide a safe place for children in the community. The decorated windows and translucent black-and-white curtains made the small center seem more like a home than a business, and it was all put together by 26-year-old Milwaukee native, Bianca Williams. Williams started […]
The Physical Environment Committee of UW-Milwaukee has re-proposed the idea for UWM go possibly go smoke-free, meaning students who smoke on campus blocks will have to find a place off campus to smoke. The public campus smoking policy currently in place offers inclusive zones for smokers in higher traffic areas such as patio sections and […]
This is part 2 of a series by JAMS 320 reporting class exploring the possible effect of Gov. Scott Walker’s opt out segregated fee proposal. Kelsey Laas, a nursing student at UW-Milwaukee, had never heard of allocable segregated fees and was unaware that she had been paying them since she began attending UW-Milwaukee a year-and-a-half […]
This is part 1 of a 2-part JAMS 320 series exploring the effect of Scott Walker’s opt out segregated fee proposal for UW-Milwaukee. Read part 2 here. This story was written by Amanda Becker with contributions from the JAMS 320 reporting class. UW-Milwaukee could look like a completely different campus in the future. Major high-profile […]
Milwaukee Mayor Tom Barrett celebrated Milwaukee’s 171st birthday with a speech about what he called the federal government’s failed immigration reform, criticizing President Donald Trump during an event featuring Milwaukee’s local heroes. The Milwaukee Press Club created the event for Milwaukee’s 171st birthday sponsored by companies such as Meijer, Miller Lite, and Gruber downtown late […]
Carli Knudsen finds way to reflect the hard – and fun – realities of life through her photography.