UWM students share their feelings about the worst mass shooting in modern United States history.
The University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee is expecting a 2.4 percent decline in enrollment this fall, in part driven by a drop in international students, Chancellor Mark Mone said in his fall plenary address on Thursday. This decline comes due to prior year enrollments and the changing dynamics of the United States, however Mone says there are […]
The newest feature on the Snapchat app, called “Snap Map,” is allowing users to track where their friends are. This has become especially important during natural disasters.
Most prominently known for Milwaukee Pridefest, Milwaukee Pride is a LGBTQ organization working towards making sure people of all gender and sexual identities and expressions feel included and safe in the Milwaukee community. Most prominently known for Milwaukee Pridefest, Milwaukee Pride is a LGBTQ organization working towards making sure people of all gender and sexual […]
UWM Police are now going to be wearing body cameras, according to an email sent by the campus yesterday. Reporters Ethan Duran and Maren Orlowkski ask students in the Union what they think.
Students in the Gasthaus discuss the national anthem controversy and what might happen when the anthem plays before the Packers-Bears contest.
In the wake of the ongoing National Anthem debate, Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers has asked fans to link arms as a show of unity during tonight’s anthem. What do people at the UWM student union think of his request and of the right to protest during the anthem?
A room in the Milwaukee County Courthouse is filled entirely on the left side with people, many of which wore buttons bearing the picture of Jessica Ellenberger and her 4-year-old daughter Madyson Marshel. The court began after a defense attorney pleaded with the judge that his client waived his right to be present during his […]
The College of Letters and Science is the last school at UWM still struggling with the budget crisis, according to the University Committee’s last meeting on May 16. The hope was that the college of Letters and Science can beat the crisis by appointing a new Dean for the school. As reported by the Provost Johannes Britz over a […]
Members of the Milwaukee community gathered on the third floor of City Hall on the morning of May 12th, with questions and concerns for the task force about those who struggle with heroin, opioid and cocaine addiction. The City-County heroin, opioid and cocaine task force addressed grants and federal funding for recovery programs and rehabilitation centers. Some […]
At Betty Brinn Children’s Museum Neighborhood Night, parents and caretakers were urged to take the initiative, regardless of economic status, to prompt brain development in their children. Every third Thursday of the month, Betty Brinn Children’s Museum collaborates with the Herzfeld Foundation to host its free Neighborhood Night from 5-8 p.m. at the museum. Betty […]
For his sentencing, convicted murderer Patrick Fowler styled his hair in devil horns. As he was brought in to the courtroom in a wheelchair, the people assembled, which included court security and members of the victims’ family, gasped in shock at the hairdo. Chillingly, Fowler, sentenced May 5 to life in prison without possibility of […]
UWM students address their student loan battles and concerns over the growing national student loan debt.
UW-Milwaukee students talk about how they feel about working while being a full time student.
An hour or two had passed as they sat and listened to the tearful deposition of the mother and father who lost their daughter and granddaughter. Both made their last efforts to reassure the judge of the cruelty and evil that was bestowed upon their family from the man sitting only footsteps away. There, strapped […]