No. That’s what students at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee told school officials last week when a referendum asked them to increase their fees to update the Student Union. The school asked students to support an increase in their fees of $124 per semester to fund the “renovation and/or replacement of the existing Student Union.” In […]
For the third semester in a row, one of Hugo Ljungbäck’s films has been selected to be featured in the student film festival here at UWM. The film “Last Words” was featured for the 73rd Student Film and Video Festival, which followed his spring 2017 submission of “When I Was Four,” and fall 2016 submission […]
A crowd of intrigued community members listened attentively as Matthew Flynn addressed them in Spanish at his meet-and-greet event on Milwaukee’s south side on Nov. 16 at Tres Hermanos Restaurant. At first surprised, but then impressed at his bilingual skills, people said they were excited to hear his plan for Wisconsin, as he is one […]
The Milwaukee Panthers dropped a close game due to execution and a lack of focus and it cost them in a 68-64 to the Montana State Bobcats, Saturday afternoon at UWM Panther Arena. For the Panthers, the focus coming into the game defensively was Big Sky Preseason Player of the Year, Tyler Hall. While the […]
Do you love your melon? Well, Alyssa Thomas, Co- Captain and Event Manager for the UW-Milwaukee Love Your Melon organization sure does. During her freshman year, Alyssa became aware of the LYM brand and loved the ideas and products they had to offer so she decided to get more information. Thomas later found out someone […]
While UW-Milwaukee is nationally ranked as one of the top 25 LGBT friendly campuses in the nation, there are still concerns within the LGBT community on campus. Academic advisory Gary Cooper-Sperber expressed his view on the ranking and concerns with LGBT students of color on UW-Milwaukee’s campus. “It’s a great acknowledgement,” said Cooper-Sperber. “But it’s […]
It’s a racy form of bingo but has an important message as well.
Both dogs and cats were able to help UWM students reduce their stress levels during finals week at the Pet Therapy event held at the UWM Library.
Caroline Liu, a Chicago-based visual artist, is celebrating her 30th birthday in style – by collaborating with 30 artists to open an exhibit in Riverwest’s After Gallery.
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The Fall 2017 semester has seen some much-needed campus resource additions. University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee (UWM) students now have access to an emergency grant (receiving up to $1,000 for help with unforeseen expenses like groceries and rent), as well as a campus food pantry headed by Dakota Crowell for those struggling with food insecurity. But so […]
“Poopfest.” That’s a word that might be tossed around on a playground, from one freckle-faced kid to another. Or perhaps it’s an adjective that a group of middle schoolers would use to describe a boring science class. It’s certainly not a word one would expect to hear from an NFL cornerback. But that’s exactly the […]
Being an athlete is a challenge. It’s about far more than just blood, sweat, and tears. It’s become even more than every painful hour of practice in the middle. Basketball players run the courts and practice shooting techniques for hours while baseball players train their bodies to make stealing bases that much easier. Olympic athletes […]
Being “Facebook official” is a new milestone for a lot of millennials. Some believe it’s necessary to declare to the virtual world that you are in a relationship with someone. However, it’s much more of a formality than necessity. It’s completely unnecessary for a healthy, mature relationship to display their relationship on Facebook. First of […]
It’s about 12:50 a.m. at the UWM Golda Meir Library. You’ve had a long day of class and live a significant distance from campus. You’ve been swamped with homework spend your evening at the library. However, your eyes starting to burn and your brain are turning to mush. You figure it’s a good time to […]
It’s not that easy to stop sucking, but for someone, it was. A simple hashtag called #StopSucking sparked a movement, not only for many others, but for Brookes Moody. However, it’s just the beginning of this student’s efforts to incorporate environmentalism into each corner of her life. Changing your lifestyle in one day is nearly […]
Local non-profits have the help of students to build their websites or database systems, as a result of an existing class that is being added to the Digital Arts and Cultures Certificate program at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. The School of Information Studies Bachelor of Science of Information Sciences and Technology (SOIS BSIST) Committee met […]
A top academic staff representative expressed concern over what will happen to academic staff members at UW-Milwaukee in regards to the restructuring of the UW colleges. Furthermore, at the meeting of the University Committee, the Executive Committee of the Faculty Senate on Nov. 7, UWM’s provost expressed worries about Congressional tax reform that would impact […]