Members of the float building committee for the Green Bay Holiday Parade reported plenty of enthusiasm and holiday spirit despite the frigid temperatures. Parade officials said it was the coldest in recent memory. That didn’t stop UW-Green Bay staff, students, alumni, sponsors and a large contingent of student-athletes (including cheer and dance teams) from spreading holiday cheer to the local community.
Fantastic works by student artists and designers are on display in the Studio Arts Building now through Wednesday (Nov. 20). It ties in with the Art and Design programs preparing for an accreditation visit from the National Schools of Art and Design. So, not only is the work of top student artists on display in the [...]
The UW-Green Bay and larger community joined forces Monday (Nov. 11) to pay tribute to military service members past and present. Close to 100 people attended the annual Chancellor’s Veteran Reception, a heartfelt and solemn yet celebratory event that honors campus and community vets.
UW-Green Bay Theatre and Dance and UW-Green Bay Music will present the edgy, award-winning musical Avenue Q Nov. 21-23, combining musical theatre skills with the added element of puppetry to present this fun and funny tale. Rated R for strong language and adult themes, Avenue Q is sure to entertain… but parents, make sure you get a [...]
The Institute for Learning Partnership’s 15th Annual Fall Conference had a theme that resonated with all who attended — “We are more alike than different.”
UW-Green Bay Theatre and Dance will present the Pulitzer Prize-winning play Crimes of the Heart Oct. 17-19 and 23-26 in the Jean Weidner Theatre at the Weidner Center for the Performing Arts. Here, director and cast share what they love about this dramatic comedy.
UW-Green Bay students had a unique opportunity — a dance Masterclass with Slávka Jelínková, guest artist visiting for the Czech-Slovak Music Festival, September 25-27. The focus of the class was Traditional Folk Dance used in Ballet. Students of all levels, including beginners, were welcome to participate.
The University Union offers plenty of lean, low-cal and vitamin-rich items on its dining menu, but on this day they reached for the sweets.
Beautiful weather brought out the fun and games at UW-Green Bay last week. “Phoenix Park” — the new groomed area close to Pamperin Hall and the University Union — was the go-to place for a summer fair atmosphere, Thursday Sept. 5.