Customers all over the Milwaukee area and the country, including teenagers, are turning to spray tans thinking they are a safe alternative to UV tanning beds, but a Media Milwaukee investigation unearthed a pattern of consumers and employees who had no idea that some research has found potential health risks, including possible genetic alterations. The […]
When Phil Freund was eight he had hope ripped away from him while sitting in the harbor of Havana, Cuba. He escaped the terrifying regime that was Nazi Germany. He thought he was saved. He was with 908 innocent people attempting to save themselves and their families to try and start a new life in […]
The Union Theatre was packed on May 8 for the 68th annual Student Film Festival where I Am Here won first place. The film is an art piece where a young female protagonist goes through deep psychological trauma after experiencing sexual assault. There are various images of drowning and her screaming in a street but […]
From bathroom breaks to preachers, campus life has a lot of surprises. Here are the top five: 1. You don’t have to ask to go to the bathroom For years and years from elementary to middle to high school, I was required to ask to go to the bathroom and, if I didn’t, there were […]
Community and political leaders pledged the continued revival of Cesar Chavez Drive at an 80th birthday celebration for the civil rights leader at the City Hall Rotunda, revealing plans to create a statute of the icon this summer. “He wasn’t just an icon in the Mexican community; I just want to make that clear, he […]
Alan Guszkowski is a performer at ComedySportz Milwaukee and also teaches two improv classes off campus there. Shannon Kirsch reports.
“No ifs, no buts, no education cuts!” was one of the comments roared by over 100 protesters of Gov. Scott Walker’s budget cut proposal for the UW system. They marched with homemade signs in the frigid temperatures from the Union to the front of Mitchell Hall at 5:30 p.m. on Feb. 4. State lawmakers addressed […]