“We’ve got spirit, yes we do…” UW-Green Bay’s student-athletes give us much to cheer about. This year, even more so, with both the Phoenix men’s and women’s basketball teams heading into huge games. To show your support, you are encouraged to hang a sign on your office door, or an exterior window. Request a sign […]
After emptying out the last flakes from a box of cereal, do you recycle the cardboard box then stare at the plastic liner bag wondering what to do with it? Well, wonder no more! This week, in support of RecycleMania efforts, UW-Green Bay will begin a pilot program with Zeus Recycling to collect and recycle […]
UW-Green Bay Theatre and Dance will shed light on the story of an elite group of female fighter pilots beginning Thursday, Feb. 27, presenting “Censored on Final Approach” in the Jean Weidner Theatre at the Weidner Center for the Performing Arts.
UW-Green Bay Theatre and Dance and UW-Green Bay Music took their smash fall hit Avenue Q, The Musical to the next level in mid-January, performing at the American College Theatre Festival’s regional competition.
The UW-Green Bay community is celebrating a Terrific 2013, savoring successes as a new year nears. There were so many bright spots that choosing just 10 for our annual list was a difficult task — but we sure had fun doing it. We know these represent just a fraction of the good-news stories happening on […]
Families, friends, faculty, staff, students, alumni and community supporters turned out Saturday (Dec. 14) at the Weidner Center to celebrate the 88th commencement in UW-Green Bay history and welcome almost 450 new graduates to the ranks of the school’s alumni.
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.