When hunger strikes UW-Milwaukee students that are in the union on campus they frequent places such as Taco Bell or Burger King. When the thought of an impending test is looming, they frequent the computer lab to do some studying. If students are simply bored or need a break from classes, there is a rec […]
A UWM cooking class is teaching students how to create recipes from locally-sourced groceries. Maggie Wuesthoff reports.
The Wisconsin Humane Society aims to provide dogs with exercise and supervised socialization with a program it calls “Pooch Playtime.” Tom Kelly checked it out.
It is said that students change their major at least once over the course of their college career. UWM junior Chris Laabs, 21, considered changing his major during his sophomore year. Despite the long nights in the studio and other challenges, Laabs continues to pursue a degree in architecture. He shares his reasons and experiences […]
Milwaukee’s Urban Ecology Center put volunteers to work this spring with an Earth Day Service Festival. Madeline Power reports.
As a longtime sportswriter and senior editor at Milwaukee Magazine, Howie Magner manages to keep an emotional detachment from the teams and athletes he covers. “After a while the fandom gets sucked out of you,” Magner told a classroom of journalism students at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee recently. As a child, there was rampant relocation […]
Music by Trapper Schoepp and the Shades Produced by Becky Cofta
Imagine for a second standing in downtown Milwaukee, say, on Water Street. Except far across the distance, it isn’t the cityscape that is noticed. Yet there are skyscrapers. There are neon lights. There are video billboards telling drivers what Bon Jovi song is on 94.5 The Lake; as if more than 2 are ever given […]
Brainerd Lopez cherishes family, but can’t rely on them for help.
UWM student Jake Hansen says campus is a place to feel at home, finally.