A Billiard tournament occurred on April 9 in the Union at UW-Milwaukee. Some contestants were taking the billiard class offered on campus, some were rusty hobbyists, and some were serious contenders for the final prize. Because of the number of contestants, it was decided that 9-ball was going to be played rather than 8-ball. Even […]
Jakayla Phillips, a 20-year-old junior at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, and the inaugural recipient of the Don Walker Memorial Scholarship, has something in common with those who knew the award’s namesake. Both lost people they loved suddenly and unexpectedly. Phillips lost her adored brother to gun violence, which inspired her to write; the Walker family […]
With over 540 members in various sports clubs at UW-Milwaukee, leaders are launching an effort to raise student awareness of the successes of various sport clubs by staying in contact with student body leaders and reaching out to student publications such as Media Milwaukee and the UWM Post. “There are many co-ed sports teams like […]
When asked: What are you going to do in your first few days? New UW-Milwaukee coach LaVall Jordan said Friday that he first wanted to get to know and support his players. He said he wanted to find out what they were passionate about, to meet their parents, and that he would introduce himself and […]
They stormed the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee Union in near-military precision and with determined resolve. They had the advantage of surprise-they seemed to materialize out of the ether-as they ambushed the union booming their cause with the help of their sizable crowd, and armed with a megaphone. They made their move just hours before the presidential […]
Dwayne Lee’s brother, Eric, has cerebral palsy. He has encouraging advice and insight about his disability.