Students meet on Milwaukee’s East Side to participate in a unique art form.
Boerner Botanical Gardens has once again been ablaze with colorful illuminated artwork the last few weekends as the China Lights lantern festival returns to the “living museum” of the county park system for a second year in a row. Demand for tickets was, like last year, so overwhelming that organizers had to extend the event […]
As of Sept, 1, 2017, the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee was named among the country’s top 25 LGBT-friendly colleges for the third consecutive year. At UWM,officials are comparing themselves to other campuses all over the country, trying to see where they match up when it comes to their LGBTQ+ community and how it impacts students. The […]
“Me? My philosophy has always been about Black nationalism,” Mikel Holt said, leaning back in his office chair, a raised brow creasing his forehead. “Some people think that I’m a racist because I say black people were the chosen people of God. I’ve never deviated from that platform. The same platform I was talking about […]
Larry Gomes has been a professor of economics for over 30 years at UW-Washington County. Watch a day in his life.
Megan Velez clears up some misconceptions about dance and shows us a piece of her busy life as a dance student.
Usually, when people pair wine and college together in the same sentence, classes and education aren’t the first things that come to mind. However, here at the University of Wisconsin – Milwaukee, wine isn’t just a social drink but a medium of study. Barry Cameron is an associate professor of Igneous Petrology, Volcanology and Terroir […]
In 1492, Columbus sailed the ocean blue. We all know the famous rhyme from elementary school, but what was going on 40 years earlier? In 1452? What was the world like? What did it look like on a map at that time? In the Golda Meir Library, here at UWM, there is a glimpse of […]
It was a rainy fall day by the Harbor in Kenosha, but that didn’t stop countless vendors from selling unique products at the Kenosha Harbor Market.
The Love Your Melon Campus Crew at UW-Milwaukee has been ranked among the top 15 campus crews in the nation. Although it started only 2 years ago, it has grown and continues to flourish on UWM’s campus and throughout the Milwaukee area.
Instructor Maureen Metzger navigates us through an exciting Tuesday at Blush Pole Fitness in Milwaukee.
It’s not every day you run into a dancer who wants to help empower women and make a difference. Praise Goodman does just that by teaching her all-women’s’ seductive dance class.
UWM Senior Maddy Smith is busy working on her final project before she graduates.
Journalism students fanned out across the city for Doors Open Milwaukee and produced a series of captioned videos for social media to share behind-the-scenes glimpses of historic and notable places.
During the time commonly called the apocalypse of retail, Yellow Wood has opened in Milwaukee’s northern suburb of Whitefish Bay and is defying the fate of many similar retail stores. The shop was opened by business partners Martin Stilling and Moshe Katz in September of 2015 and has become a neighborhood hot spot in under […]
Variety named the UW-Milwaukee Peck School of the Arts one of their “Stellar Film Schools in 2017.” Here’s what they had to say: “The program places a dual focus on the theoretical and practical worlds of filmmaking. Because of the program’s commitment to transforming its students into expressive filmmakers with a mature grasp on creative, […]