Andrew Boldt loves music, and he has a CD collection to prove it.
Jake Beckman is a video game master.
Going to school in a city like Milwaukee is a big change from small town living in Amberg, Wisconsin. Kaitlin Downs, a recent UWM alum, talks with Sarah Thomas about her own transition.
Kate Ray writes her own pieces, and dreams of playing with a small ensemble someday.
Margie Sponholz started a business managing and promoting local bands.
Jordan Garcia loves his dog (like, really loves his dog).
Bowling is more than fun and games for UWM student Jenna Daroszewski.
Growing up in a white town, Sabrina Johnkins has learned to live with racism.
Monica Skipper tries to tolerate her parents’ political views, but it’s hard.
For Matthew Mussa, playing guitar is an escape.
Nyesha Stone has a special relationship with her little nephew.
Ben Gauger is old school when it comes to word processing – really old school. He loves the clack clack clack of antique typewriters.
When Ashley Haynes was growing up, her mother’s military duty meant frequent deployments and many moves. That was hard, but Ashley got to learn about life around the globe.
Ean Holtz’s grandfather and a Wisconsin lake inspired his love of the outdoors.
Armando Manriquez’s passion is music – especially Spanish music – and he hopes to bring more of it to Milwaukee.
Pakou Lee’s most precious possession is her thrift store piano.