Students are staying up all night, all semester in the UWMSchool of Architecture and Urban Planning in order to receive an A and survive the so-called, “Crit Week.”
The 2017 Student Excellence Awards, where student leaders and student organizations on the UWM Campus are honored for their involvement in and out of class. Keio Horton reports.
Luis De Leon is a busy man, especially on Wednesdays, Here’s a look on what Luis’ daily schedule is like on Wednesday.
Concerns about football concussions have been well known for years now; there was even a Hollywood movie about it. However, no oversight agency in Wisconsin tracks non-catastrophic high school football concussions in a systematic fashion, and many state school districts make it exceptionally difficult – even impossible – for someone to learn the number of […]
The 2016 Presidential Election has been over for three days now. But the aftermath of the results is still fresh on everyone’s mind. It definitely is for me. It’s hard to believe how much raw emotions and reaction have dominated the news forums since Tuesday’s election. While many people are happy with Donald Trump are […]
Panthers Guard/Forward Cody Wichmann is returning to school and the team for his final year. He is starting to fulfill a new role as one of the veteran leaders of the team by leading by example. Some things you may not know about Wichmann are that he has some unique hobbies outside of basketball. He […]
In its last meeting of the semester, the Music Department of UWM discussed the future of the department and how to maintain a welcoming environment and expand student opportunities, despite the hard times the university is facing with budget cuts. Department leaders say they want the department to grow. Jon Welstead, chairman for the Music […]
More than 200 Milwaukee residents came to the Turner Hall downtown on Cinco de Mayo to express their thoughts and concerns about the new Milwaukee Bucks arena in front of a live panel sponsored by the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. The concerns focused on the effect on neighboring areas and buildings, energy efficiency, the design, weather […]
My mom always viewed me as a good kid who could do no wrong. But growing up, I felt like I had this bad habit of drawing pictures on the walls of our living room before we actually painted it. But my mom still loved me, regardless.
In the month of April, UWM and volunteers from Health Heelers provide students with some Animal Therapy to help students lower the stress from their classes. Health Heelers, founded in 2005, is an organization that gone to many schools in the state of Wisconsin for therapy with a variety of animals. Slideshow by Keio Horton. […]
Over 800 students packed the Wisconsin Room in the Union to see actor and author LeVar Burton, famous host of Reading Rainbow, give a presentation on storytelling and how our imaginations and literacy have played a role in the evolution of technology. “Literacy is a birthright for every one of us,” said Burton. The event […]
Armando Manriquez’s passion is music – especially Spanish music – and he hopes to bring more of it to Milwaukee.
The past few months in Milwaukee have been very interesting. The Bucks made it to the playoffs for the first time in two years and have been in the news off the court as well. Since the start of the season, the Bucks management has been organizing finances for a new arena in downtown Milwaukee […]