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Details on Sunday’s ‘Color Run’ and parking lot closing

The Color Run returns to campus this Sunday (Oct. 5) at 10 a.m. with 6,600 participants already pre-registered. On-site registration and packet pickup will be available all day Saturday and between 8 and 10 a.m. Sunday.  Load-in will begin on Friday afternoon with some supplies being dropped off at the Weidner Center and the Studio […]

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Coffee with a Cop, and K9 demonstration, next Tuesday

Coffee with a Cop returns next Tuesday (Oct. 7) from 4 to 5 p.m. in the Phoenix Room. Back by popular demand, a K9 demonstration by the City of Green Bay Police Department has been arranged by Officer Chad Kleman of campus Public Safety. The K9 team will demonstrate drug, bomb, and tracking/apprehension techniques. The […]

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Public Safety has spots open in free self-defense class 

Public Safety still has eight spots available for the free self-defense class open to all UW-Green Bay faculty/staff members scheduled for 2:30 to 4:30 p.m. Monday, Oct. 20 in the Special Events Room of the Kress Events Center. This is a basic self-defense class which involves physical activity; participants are encouraged to wear workout-type of […]

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Feature on 2013-14 men’s basketball team a finalist for regional Emmy

A two-minute online video made last season by College Insider featuring Coach Brian Wardle and the Phoenix men’s basketball team has been nominated for a regional Emmy award. The piece, part of the online network’s “All-Access” series, is one of four finalists for the award to be presented Nov. 1 in Chicago. Sports Information Director […]

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Flu vaccine available

Already broadcast campuswide but repeated here for the record: The Counseling and Health Center, SS 1400, is offering seasonal influenza vaccine (trivalent) by appointment only, while supplies are left. The fee is $15 for students and $20 for faculty and staff members, with payment by cash, check or pass points (and SIS for students). To […]

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Reminder: 360°  Thursdays and Lawrence trumpeter

UW-Green Bay Music will present its first 360° Thursdays concert event of the academic year this Thursday (Oct. 2), featuring a talk and trumpet performance by John Daniel, a faculty member with Lawrence University in Appleton. Daniel has performed with major symphonies and Broadway musical theatre orchestras. Part of his recital will be devoted to […]

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Latin film series: ‘Dayani Cristal’

The third film in the five-part Latin American Film Series arrives at 5:30 p.m. Thursday (Oct. 2) with a free screening in the Union’s Christie Theatre of the Sundance award winner (cinematography, 2013), ¿Quién es Dayani Cristal? The 85-minute Marc Silver film uses a documentary style to tackle the mystery of an unidentified immigrant found […]

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Under the lights at Santaga Stadium: Phoenix vs Panthers

The Green Bay men’s soccer team (3-3-2) welcomes archrival Milwaukee to Santaga Stadium for its Horizon League opener at 7 p.m. Wednesday (Oct. 1). It’s the game for the Chancellor’s Cup and the first match to be played under the lights on campus in two years. Read more.  

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Karius, Batchelor, Hendricks join Athletics

Colin Schneider, who spent the past four seasons as the director of basketball operations for Phoenix men’s basketball, has been hired by the Memphis Grizzlies as assistant video coordinator for the NBA team. Rick Karius, the team’s video coordinator last year, will take Schneider’s spot. Also, Director of Athletics Mary Ellen Gillespie announced the appointments […]

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Measuring our success: Slideshow of challenge-gift celebration

Measuring our success: Slideshow of challenge-gift celebration

The success of an all-out push to increase the number of scholarships available to students at UW-Green Bay over the past 18 months was the reason for a celebration at the Weidner Center Sept. 26.

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