Media Milwaukee reporter Montel Allen was at the opening of Star Wars. He found quite a spectacle.
Aijia Phillips was just 2 years old when her father, George Phillips, Jr., was shot and killed in Milwaukee on August 14, 2012. Now 5, Aijia and her aunt, UW-Milwaukee journalism student Jakayla Phillips, sat down on Thanksgiving to talk about Aijia’s handful of memories. .
Over the holidays, students in the Department of Journalism, Advertising, and Media Studies took home audio recorders and captured conversations with people they care about. Sometimes the revelations were surprising.
Sometimes shorter is better. The six-word memoirs from JAMS 204 students prove it.
Within the bowels of the urban planning and architecture building exists a fully equipped woodshop. An arsenal of specialized tools is available to all students within the School of Architecture and Urban planning. This is where students gain hands on experience, constructing physical models of what they have created intellectually. Geoff Marshall reports.
UW-Milwaukee is home to many veterans. The university sponsored a breakfast to honor their service. Pakou Lee reports.
Double Reed Day at UW-Milwaukee was open to double reed players of all ages and levels. The UWM Music Department’s double reed faculty joined other players for master classes, performances, and workshops. Morgan Paradis reports.
UW-Madison has hired consultant Darin Harris to go around to each of the 14 UW campuses in order to gain feedback for new strategic planning that would be implemented by spring 2016. On Oct. 28, UWM held its first listening session. Many of the people who spoke at the meeting had similar concerns, but it […]
For UW-Milwaukee students, the campus broadcast TV newscast is more than a class. It’s a family. Michael Atteberry reports.
As the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee continues to lead the state with the most diverse student body, the city of Milwaukee cannot say the same for its population. Milwaukee is currently the second most segregated city in America. Although this may come as a shock to many, others may feel the cities disparities closer to home. […]
Students, protesters, Hillary supporters and non-students came together and voiced their opinions about Hillary Clinton in a colorful scene around the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee campus. Matthew Campbell reports.
UWM journalism students explore their city (and take some great photos!) during the fifth annual Doors Open event.
All across America on April 15th, people joined in protest, hoping to raise the federal minimum wage to 15 dollars per hour. Dozens of workers showed up to Milwaukee’s #FIGHTFOR15 rally in UW-Milwaukee’s union. Jaimie Anderson reports.
JAMS 204 students know that brevity is powerful.
UWM student Tracy Young speaks with Media Milwaukee reporter Jamal Perry about the recent I am Hmoob event she helped organize on campus to celebrate Hmong culture. Read the story on the event here.
Reporter Jonathan Powell chronicles a local business whose owner also creates pet portraits.