Monthly Archives: June 2019

06/26/2019 - Iconic art will depict ‘Phoenix rising’ at UW-Green Bay

Update: Dedication of the sculpture “Phoenix Rising” will be Wednesday, Sept. 4 at 3:30 p.m. at the Cofrin Library Circle. Chancellor Miller, Eric Arneson and artist Carl Vanderheyden are on the program to speak.  Come late summer, there will be a new location for visitors and members of the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay community to […]

Posted Wed, Jun. 26, 2019 at 11:35am in Go Green! by Sue Bodilly

06/26/2019 - Photo gallery: Happy Campers

Summer Camps

They are artists, engineers, musicians and more, and they descend on the Green Bay campus every year for a week (or so) of learning and fun. They are the UW-Green Bay Summer Camp students. Click thumbnails to enter slideshow view or view the album on Flickr. – Photos by Summer Camps Staff and Dan Moore, […]

Posted Wed, Jun. 26, 2019 at 11:04am in Close-ups by Sue Bodilly

06/26/2019 - Nearly 60 students abroad this summer

This summer, nearly 60 UW-Green Bay students will study abroad in eight countries. Summer 2019 programs include six faculty-led courses in England, France, Italy, Ireland, Poland and Spain and three interim programs, allowing individual students to take classes in Germany, Scotland or Spain. The program with the highest number of UW-Green Bay students abroad this summer […]

Posted Wed, Jun. 26, 2019 at 8:46am in News by Jena Richter Landers

06/25/2019 - This week’s Veggie Sale, spinach, chamomile flowers and more

Available this week at the weekly Veggie Sale on the Green Bay campus: Spinach-$4/bag Enjoy some large leaved spinach! This beautiful green spinach is an extremely nutrient-rich vegetable. It packs high amounts of carotenoids, vitamin C, vitamin K, folic acid, iron, and calcium. It is mild enough to toss in any smoothie to increase your daily vegetable intake! It is also great to incorporate […]

Posted Tue, Jun. 25, 2019 at 2:47pm in News by Sue Bodilly

06/25/2019 - Manitowoc’s Hartman’s Bakery won’t close as new owners step forward

Fear not! The Hartman’s Bakery and Pastry shop tradition will continue. UW-Green Bay alumnus Austin Rehrauer ’19 (History) and his wife Luisa are buying the longtime bakery, 901 N. 11th St., from owners Steve and Joni Hartman, who are retiring. The sale is expected to be finalized in a few weeks. The store will close […]

Posted Tue, Jun. 25, 2019 at 2:38pm in News by Sue Bodilly

06/25/2019 - Pride Center represents at Levitt Amp Music Festival, tonight (Tuesday, June 25, 2019)

The UW-Green Bay Pride Center will represent near the music stage at the Levitt AMP Green Bay Music Series, Leicht Memorial Park, 128 E. Dousman St. Green Bay, tonight (Tuesday, June 25) at 7 p.m. Music by Knox Hamilton, Indie rock band, “delights audiences with an addictive blend of upbeat melodies and catchy lyrics suffused […]

Posted Tue, Jun. 25, 2019 at 2:34pm in News by Sue Bodilly

06/25/2019 - Pride Month festival blooms in Door County, Pride Center offers resources

When Sturgeon Bay District 2 Alderman David Hayes stepped off the Open Door Pride Festival Stage Saturday, a 12-year-old girl approached him and said “I’m gay, too, and I’m proud of you.” Hayes, the city’s first openly gay council member, had taken the stage to share a mayoral proclamation officially recognizing the week leading up to […]

Posted Tue, Jun. 25, 2019 at 2:23pm in Media Coverage by Sue Bodilly

06/25/2019 - Alumnus Charlie Smith tells about his entrepreneurial goals

The Log highlighted alumnus Charlie Smith ’17 (Business Administration) in May, when he received an entrepreneurial award. The Green Bay Press-Gazette featured more about his career path and how UW-Green Bay and lecturer Ryan Kauth influenced him and helped his business, Pilotsmith, Inc., thrive. Here’s a few excerpts. The rest can be found in the […]

Posted Tue, Jun. 25, 2019 at 2:17pm in News by Sue Bodilly

06/25/2019 - Group of Somali women write book about journey to America

A group of Somali women (many of them students at UW-Green Bay) living in Green Bay are coming together to share their stories with the community through a book called “The First Winter.” It’s a collection of stories, poems and reflections about their culture and journey to America. “I didn’t feel like we were writing […]

Posted Tue, Jun. 25, 2019 at 2:17pm in Media Coverage by Sue Bodilly

06/25/2019 - Prof. Coen: ‘Changes in U.S. Immigration Discourse Signal Departure of Responsibilities’

“Amid ongoing reports about new immigration proposals from President Donald J. Trump’s administration, it can be challenging to track change and continuity. What might appear as unprecedented moves are often intensifications of trends begun under previous administrations. Yet important parameters of the U.S. immigration conversation are evolving, and it is worth considering how these transformations […]

Posted Tue, Jun. 25, 2019 at 2:02pm in Media Coverage by Sue Bodilly