A room in the Milwaukee County Courthouse is filled entirely on the left side with people, many of which wore buttons bearing the picture of Jessica Ellenberger and her 4-year-old daughter Madyson Marshel. The court began after a defense attorney pleaded with the judge that his client waived his right to be present during his […]
A look at how UW-Milwaukee’s planetarium collaborated with the Japanese Cultural Association for a unique stargazing experience.
In what is being called a ‘Trump effect,’ applications of international students at UW-Milwaukee for Fall 2017 compared to Fall 2016. According to an enrollment update from Provost Johannes Britz on March 30, undergraduate applications decreased by 20.2 percent and graduate applications decreased by 5.7 percent that accumulated to -9.5 percent. Undergraduate admissions fell by […]
Harald Reynolds gets his hands dirty to see how two UWM students turn unwanted food into a gourmet meal.
“If I ever have a kid with an intersex condition, I will not consent to surgery.” This is what Eric Lohman, a Journalism, Advertising and Media Studies lecturer at the Univer-sity of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, said to himself during his pursuit in Gender Studies courses as a graduate student. Surely enough, Eric and his wife, Stephanie, gave […]
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 Quarter Life Crisis is real and if you’re in your 20’s, it’s probably happening to you now. This crisis hit me at the peak of this winter; I said to myself, “What am I really doing with my life?” This irritating question’s need for a thoughtful answer has shook me to the core for […]