On Tuesday night, students gathered mats and began to set their stations for meditation and yoga. The excited younger students rushed to get their mats closest to the instructor while the reluctant older students dragged and hung around the back. As the class begins to get rowdy, the instructor uses standard teacher maneuvers to get […]
Gestan Joshua works full time as a repair & installation technician, all while building his catalog as a producer.
For the third semester in a row, one of Hugo Ljungbäck’s films has been selected to be featured in the student film festival here at UWM. The film “Last Words” was featured for the 73rd Student Film and Video Festival, which followed his spring 2017 submission of “When I Was Four,” and fall 2016 submission […]
While UW-Milwaukee is nationally ranked as one of the top 25 LGBT friendly campuses in the nation, there are still concerns within the LGBT community on campus. Academic advisory Gary Cooper-Sperber expressed his view on the ranking and concerns with LGBT students of color on UW-Milwaukee’s campus. “It’s a great acknowledgement,” said Cooper-Sperber. “But it’s […]
It’s seems like every time you get on Facebook there’s a new “national” day. A series of bitter Facebook statuses were posted on “National Boyfriend Day.” The internet showed tons of support and stories on “National Coming-Out Day.” One week before that, on the same day as “National Taco Day,” “National Depression Screening Day” brought […]
Filmgoers enjoy the last day of Milwaukee Film Festival at the Oriental theater.
Students in the Gasthaus discuss the national anthem controversy and what might happen when the anthem plays before the Packers-Bears contest.
Hugo Ljungbaeck traveled all the way from Sweden to major in film at UW-Milwaukee.