As controversy swirls around a proposed statewide restroom bill for K-12 students, the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee guarantees students and the public have the right to use any restroom that they prefer, whether it is a matter of transitional status or non-binary identity. This includes locker room facilities at the Klotsche Center, campus officials said. Reaction […]
UW-Milwaukee expansion projects have been tabled, and tuition hikes may come in the school’s future, according to school officials during Friday’s budget update meeting. Capital projects at UWM have all been brought to a halt in response to last year’s $250 million budget cut to the UW-System. It has been estimated that 90 percent of […]
Milwaukee is known for its beer, brats and sports, and soon the city will also be recognized as the bobblehead capital of the world. The National Bobblehead Hall of Fame and Museum is proud to call Milwaukee home and co-founders Phil Sklar and Brad Novak can’t wait to see the impact it has on the […]
The Open Records Law in Wisconsin was at the center of a big controversy when members of the State Legislature announced and then withdrew plans to modify the law. However, a three-month Media Milwaukee investigation found that there were relatively few Open Records Law and Open Meetings Law complaints filed with District Attorneys and Corporation […]
Media Milwaukee reporter Montel Allen was at the opening of Star Wars. He found quite a spectacle.
A coalition of student groups came together to protest the Republican debate at the Milwaukee Theatre. Ean Holtz was there.
The University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee Program Committee for the College of Nursing is considering adjusting a policy to have nursing students look professional without taking away much of the students’ individuality. The committee might consider loosening its policy on tattoos and piercings. As more and more people are having tattoos and piercings, society has become more […]
As the UW-Milwaukee campus grapples with an unprecedented budget cut, Dean Rodney Swain told the College of Letters and Science budget cuts committee that the focus, at least now, should be on “what to do with” people he called “temporary employees,” which he defined as lecturers and ad hoc teachers. The College is compiling a […]
UW-Milwaukee is home to many veterans. The university sponsored a breakfast to honor their service. Pakou Lee reports.
A coalition of student groups came together to voice opposition to Republican policies at the Milwaukee Theatre. Ean Holtz reports.
The UWM Union Bookstore is looking ahead to big changes for spring semester: a new online method for students to purchase, rent or download texts and a portal for selling back books at the end of the semester. Tess Elkins reports.
Around 15 members of UW-Milwaukee’s chapter of the American Association of University Professors marched into Chapman Hall partway through the most recent meeting of the Chancellor’s Campus Organizational Effectiveness Team’s (CCOET) support team. The CCOET support team is a group that has been asked to provide advice on unprecedented budget cuts and a multi-million dollar […]