Alex White is a freshman at UW-Milwaukee. He tells his friend Matthew Campbell about the greatest struggle he’s had growing up.
Jennifer Servais opens up about her childhood companion, Mary Ann. Her daughter, Somer, questions her about a special friendship, found and lost.
Kate Ray writes her own pieces, and dreams of playing with a small ensemble someday.
It was a typical morning when the students, all prepared for an exciting day, sat silently as the teacher instructed them to stand for the Pledge of Allegiance. Everyone stood with their right hand crossed over their chest as they faced the large red, white and blue cloth that had 50 white stars and 13 […]
Students have lined up from all different directions to participate in the Dog De-Stress Therapy event at Learning Commons at Golda Meir Library. A cat by the name of Juliet was able to make an appearance to bring students a relaxing break from studying for exams, finishing projects and all the other stresses life brings […]
Not everyone grows up knowing that they want to be a geoscientist. Professor Stephen Dornbos is the exception. He went from collecting fossils and arrowheads as a child in Michigan to becoming part of a group of researchers that would discover two new species of fossilized algae. “I was always kind of fascinated with natural […]
UWM showed its support for this years International Women’s Day by holding an event in celebration of the holiday on March 8. The event, which was made to inspire women and bring attention to the day of celebration, caught the attention of women passing through campus. The Women’s Day celebration event, which was held in […]
There was a Donald Trump Protest at UW-Milwaukee right before the Wisconsin primary. Maybe you heard about it? You probably didn’t hear about the most popular four-legged protester that was there, though. It’s time to tell the Bernie Bird to find a new nest, as I introduce you to this adorable ball of fur. The […]
Participants showed up hoping for a glimpse of the night sky. However, the UW-Milwaukee Stargaze event moved into the Planetarium Feb. 9 because of the cloud cover. It turns out all but one of this year’s Stargaze events, at least by the February event, had to move inside. This year’s eighth Stargaze event was moved […]
Fifteen-year-old Elijah Luna grew up with his father serving in the Army and knew nothing about sports growing up. Elijah and his mother, Delia, became part of a baseball league where they would soon find out the intangible benefits gained through a simple sport. Spring has sprung and, on the South Side of Milwaukee, La […]
Margie Sponholz started a business managing and promoting local bands.
Jordan Garcia loves his dog (like, really loves his dog).