There was an impressive turnout of campus artists, Spanish speakers and others for the workshop “How to Make Cartonero Books,” which took place Nov. 11 in the 1965 Room of the University Union. The session was led by María Gómez and Washington Cucurto. The principals of the Buenos Aires-based publishing house Eloísa Cartonera — which [...]
From a farm field looking up 262 feet at a GE wind turbine, to standing on the sandy banks of the Wisconsin River, a short walk down a path from Aldo Leopold’s shack, students participating in the inaugural Sustainability Learning Community experienced for themselves some of the complex issues surrounding human impact on the environment and the differing perspectives on these issues.
High expectations. Discipline. Unconditional love. These are the values instilled in DeVante Blanks by his mother and family growing up near the temptation-filled neighborhoods of Chicago’s west side.
With late-fall weather right around the corner, it’s a perfect time for a slideshow celebrating what until now has been an unseasonably warm fall-color season.
From the opening Weidner Center assembly with jazz, dance, cheerleaders and uplifting welcome message… to tours of campus including a face-to-face with the famous hissing Madagascar cockroaches of Prof. Michael Draney… the first of two Phuture Phoenix Days 2013 was a major success with fifth-graders exploring college life.
Final tallies are still forthcoming, but it’s estimated that close to 10,000 people enjoyed the beautiful fall day at UW-Green Bay, Sunday, September 29, as part of The Color Run festivities. More than 7,000 runners and walkers sprinted and strolled through the 3.1 miles course that highlighted UW-Green Bay’s interior — past Studio Arts, Residence Life, Kress Center, Mary Ann Cofrin Hall, Cofrin Library, Lab Sciences, Wood Hall and the Weidner Center.
Behind the scenes at the University Union’s kitchen operated by A’viands Food and Services Management, there’s a lot of fancy knife work going on. Cutting, chopping, slicing, dicing, and paring is a part of the everyday work that helps feed several thousand people daily at various UW-Green Bay dining venues. But where do the parts [...]
UW-Green Bay welcomed some 600 new freshmen to residence hall living Aug. 29, as the class of 2017 settled into its on-campus digs.
UW-Green Bay’s signature performing arts venue unveiled an exciting new season July 17, offering friends, stakeholders and the campus community a look at the full lineup for 2013-14.
For soon-to-be UW-Green Bay freshman Ryan Sawlsville, losing more than half his body weight was as much mental as it was physical. There was the loss of his arm in a car accident nearly four years ago, an event that left him wondering why he’d survived. There was the weight that piled on afterward, when [...]