Student artists from UW-Milwaukee live in elderly care facilities where they put on artistic workshops and build friendships with the residents. Hear more from the documentarians in the podcast below and then watch their amazing video:
The River Revitalization Foundation is looking for volunteers to assist in their annual Garlic Mustard Pull-A-Thon.
Starting with data from the Milwaukee County Medical Examiner’s Office, students with Media Milwaukee took an in-depth look at the record 343 drug overdose deaths in the county in 2016. They analyzed the data and interviewed officials, families and experts. These reports provide a telling look at who died; the drugs that killed them; where […]
PEARLS for Teen Girls hosts its first Mentorship Appreciation Program celebrating personal achievements and sharing their best moments together.
AEPi’s Ben Slowey rocks for 12 hours raising money for suicide prevention awareness.
Not many students know that the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee has a greenhouse. But it is a top-notch facility filled with research and life.
Hula-hooping, notorious in the rave and festival scene, is a growing trend as more people take up the art form for different reasons.
It was 11:30 a.m. Dense clouds loomed over the city skyline, and a large, white boat bobbed up and down in the murky, blue water of the Milwaukee Harbor. The Neeskay is the primary research vessel for the UW-Milwaukee School of Freshwater Sciences, according to tour guide Lindsay Frost, but students on the MKE Eco […]
The Physical Environment Committee of UW-Milwaukee has re-proposed the idea for UWM go possibly go smoke-free, meaning students who smoke on campus blocks will have to find a place off campus to smoke. The public campus smoking policy currently in place offers inclusive zones for smokers in higher traffic areas such as patio sections and […]
The UW-Milwaukee Faculty Senate Committee passed a pledge that supports funding the tuition freeze set in place by the UW Board of Regents. By signing the pledge, UWM Faculty are petitioning for the increase of state funding to offset the amount of money UW-System schools have lost since the tuition freeze. The 40 members of […]
The 2017 Student Excellence Awards, where student leaders and student organizations on the UWM Campus are honored for their involvement in and out of class. Keio Horton reports.
In what is being called a ‘Trump effect,’ applications of international students at UW-Milwaukee for Fall 2017 compared to Fall 2016. According to an enrollment update from Provost Johannes Britz on March 30, undergraduate applications decreased by 20.2 percent and graduate applications decreased by 5.7 percent that accumulated to -9.5 percent. Undergraduate admissions fell by […]
One of the first things viewers saw as they entered Kenilworth Open Studios on April 8 was a mural depicting the history of the United Migrant Opportunities and LatinX activism in Milwaukee. It was also one of the biggest pieces on display. Painted by a UW-Milwaukee Community Arts class and Artworks Teen interns, the piece […]
As the Milwaukee Bucks faced elimination, brows were glistening with sweat and one could’ve sworn that every breathing entity in the building was officiating every play. With nearly 19,000 fans howling and flying towels, the BMO Harris Bradley Center could’ve exempted Thursday from its monthly electric bill. The electricity never left, as the Toronto Raptors […]
Amy Gallagher is a hard working parent who teaches fitness classes and works in the restaurant business.
Many people come to Klode Park in Whitefish Bay to admire the views and walk along the beach. While some occasionally wade into Lake Michigan, one group of people, known as the Klode Kru, like to swim two to three miles in it. The rest of the Kru plans to wait until the water temperature is warmer, […]