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Weidner 2015-16 season: ‘Joseph,’ Once, Milsap, Beatles tribute and more

Broadway shows, entertaining comedy, music icons and family fun are among the highlights of the 2015-16 Performing Arts Season line-up at UWGB’s Weidner Center for the Performing Arts. A stage full of Weidner friends and patrons joined Weidner Center Executive Director Kate Green in highlighting the new season at a kick-off event June 24.

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Student performance of ‘It’s a Wonderful Life’ will play Cofrin Hall

Announced at the June 24 reveal, UW-Green Bay students, faculty and staff will have center stage in the Weidner with main-stage performances of “It’s a Wonderful Life: A Live Radio Play,” November 19-20. UWGB Music and Theatre programs are highlighted exclusively in a two-page spread in the Weidner’s 2015-16 season guide.

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Weidner announces 50th anniversary pricing

In honor of UW-Green Bay’s upcoming and yearlong 50th anniversary celebration the Weidner Center is announcing a three-performance package for only $50. It includes Cirque Mechanics: Pedal Punk, L.A. Theatre Works’ Bram Stroker’s Dracula, and Mnozil Brass, quickly becoming an international sensation (technical virtuosity and comedic brilliance).

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Only cash transactions at Union, Garden, other locations on Monday

Please note that on Monday, June 29 the University Union will be updating its Blackboard system beginning at 6 a.m. Be prepared for only cash and Passpoint transactions as credit cards will be unavailable for use of payment on that day. Systems should be back in place on Tuesday. Locations affected include the Garden Café, […]

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Reminder: Farewell to Abbott, McCollum and Pietsch next week

Perhaps you saw this in your inbox, here is a reminder of an invite to say farewell to three members of the Provost Office. Cliff Abbott, Dan McCollum and Judi Pietsch will be honored from 2:30 to 4 p.m. Tuesday, June 30 in the Lenfesty Courtyard (Winter Garden in inclement weather).

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The Phoenix Bookstore temporarily closed

It is the end of the fiscal year and inventory time at The Phoenix Bookstore. The store will be closed Friday, June 26 – Tuesday, June 30. Special accommodations will be made if textbooks are needed. Regular summer hours, M-F 8:00 am – 4:30 pm, resume Wednesday, July 1.  

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Register now for volleyball camps

Green Bay Volleyball Camps, led by Green Bay Volleyball coaches Sean Burdette and Jeanette Waldo begin July 6. Camps are designed for a wide variety of ages and skill levels. Fun, skills, agility, position and team camps are offered. The link for pricing, information, and online registration can be found at www.GreenBayVBCamps.com. Special ‘Lil’ Phoenix […]

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Get the Scoop is June 24

You can Get the Scoop from noon to 2:30 p.m. each Wednesday through the summer on the Student Services Deck. Ice cream flavors of the day for tomorrow (June 24) are chocolate chip, chocolate chip brownie and vanilla and chocolate. (If you hear some enthusiastic cheering coming from the quad during this time, you might […]

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Reminder: Weidner season announcement Wednesday, you’re invited

The Weidner Center will unveil its 2015-16 Performing Arts Season on Wednesday, June 24, and the campus community is invited to take part. The season announcement and preview will begin at 5 p.m. on the Weidner Center’s main stage. Doors open at 4:30 p.m. and light refreshments will be available.

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Desotell departs for position leading GRACE Catholic schools

Kim Desotell, the former Phuture Phoenix director and more recently the University’s director of development within University Advancement, has left campus for a new challenge. Desotell will head up GRACE — the Green Bay Area Catholic Education system — beginning July 7. Desotell told the Green Bay Press-Gazette she is a practicing Catholic, has a […]

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