Jamie DiTommaso has taken a winding path through college, but her determination to make it to graduation is fierce.
Tiera Trammel favors comedic drama with a dose of satire.
Nia Wilson hopes her interests in art and journalism will dovetail in a career that takes on inequality in Milwaukee.
Muru Li found many surprises about American – and Wisconsin – culture.
Journalism major Rebeka Schmieder focuses on telling stories with photos.
Brittani Cook balances her role on the UW-Milwaukee track team with her studies.
Hugo Ljungbaeck traveled all the way from Sweden to major in film at UW-Milwaukee.
Adriana Ramirez learned from her mother’s strength.
Jennifer Rick enjoys all that Wisconsin’s biggest city has to offer.
UW-Milwaukee journalism student Jenna Buege knows her Wisconsin campgrounds.
Tipping their caps to iconic play-by-play announcer Bob Uecker, the Milwaukee Brewers offer $1 obstructed- view tickets at Miller Park. The cheap tix go on sale 90 minutes before first pitch, but fans start lining up early, sometimes even before the parking lot opens. Marty LeMense joined the crowd.
By 2030, 1 in 5 people in the United States will be over the age of 65, and the elderly population in Wisconsin is projected to grow by 33 percent, according to the US Census Bureau. A trans-generational program in Milwaukee is reaching out to seniors, providing transportation and companionship. Amanda Becker reports.
Alissa Krenke transferred to UWM from Colorado, where she honed her skills as a personal trainer.
You can go home again, but should you? Over spring break, my Dad and I went back home to Michigan. We lived in Detroit during the ‘90s when I was a little kid, so we visited the old neighborhood. I sat down with my Dad to talk about how we got to Detroit in the first place, […]
The National Conference of Puerto Rican Women (NACOPRW) hosted its first open mic night for their community in the newly built Urban Ecology Center-Menomonee Valley Branch. Adriana Ramirez reports.
SpikeBall may not be the most popular game in Milwaukee, but one group of friends just can’t get enough. They play at Baran Park in Bayview at least once a week. Marty LeMense joined in.