When Jessica Lopez’ grandmother died, she left an a big empty space in Jessica’s heart.
Lauren Keene scours local thrift shops looking for cheap chic.
UW-Milwaukee cheerleader Anijah White says the sport has helped her soar in more ways than one.
Carrie Mahone hopes to one day take her big personality to the big screen.
Sydney Ewert enjoys watching scary movies in her free time. She has more in common with them than you’d think!
Morgan Langley hopes to use her journalism skills to promote equality
Michael Jung is in no hurry to tie the knot.
Jeremiah Bell cares about one thing: basketball.
Dimitris Panagiotopoulos learned English through American pop culture.
Seth Dittmer isn’t your typical Panthers basketball player.
Parker Thompson is not a professional musician, but that doesn’t mean he can’t write about music. He hopes to help people expand their tastes and take a closer listen.
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.