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Reminder: DanceWorks this Weekend

DanceWorks is the upcoming main stage concert of dance from UW-Green Bay Theatre and Dance. Get your tickets now for this high-energy show, Saturday and Sunday (March 28-29). Tickets are $8 for adults and $5 for seniors and youth in advance and $10 and $7 at the door. $5 for UWGB students. For a press […]

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Kick off your shoes, ‘DanceWorks’ is this weekend

Kick off your shoes, it’s time to boogie… or at least, it’s time to watch some impressive rug cutting! More impressive and accessible than Dancing with the Stars, DanceWorks is the upcoming main stage concert of dance from UW-Green Bay Theatre and Dance. This eclectic, high-energy show will take the stage at the University Theatre […]

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Colleges Against Cancer promoting Relay for Life

The Colleges Against Cancer (collegiate arm of American Cancer Society) at UWGB, a student organization, is sponsoring a Relay for Life from 3 p.m. to 3 a.m., Friday and Saturday April 24-25. It includes food, games, activities, and ceremonies honoring those whose lives have been touched by cancer.

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DanceWorks to present diverse medley of styles in weekend concert

The University of Wisconsin-Green Bay Theatre and Dance program will present DanceWorks, a concert of faculty and student choreography, at 7:30 p.m. Saturday, March 28 and 3 p.m. Sunday, March 29 at the University Theatre in Theatre Hall on campus, 2420 Nicolet Drive. The show will celebrate dance with a diverse medley of styles, showcasing […]

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NIT tipoff is 7 pm for Phoenix men


Coach Brian Wardle’s fifth-seeded Green Bay (24-8) opens the 2015 National Invitation Tournament (NIT) on Wednesday (March 18) at 7 p.m., playing at fourth-seeded Illinois State (21-12) in a game to be cablecast live nationally by ESPNU (and carried on local radio WNFL-AM 1440.) Both teams advanced to the championship games of their respective conferences, […]

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Informal sendoff planned for Phoenix women


The UW-Green Bay women’s basketball program will be welcoming the public and media to the Kress Center Thursday (March 19) to help send the team off in style, as the Phoenix departs for the airport to board a charter flight bound for Washington D.C. and the 2015 NCAA Tournament. The bus will be departing the […]

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Reminder: Free Weidner show by U.S. Army Field Band, Soldiers’ Chorus


At 7:30 p.m. this Saturday (March 21) at the Weidner Center, the Concert Band and Soldiers’ Chorus of The U.S. Army Field Band will perform a free concert. The 65-member Concert Band and 29-member Soldiers’ Chorus perform regularly in some of the most famous concert halls in the world, and just as often in the […]

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Friday’s Wellness Committee session targets financial health


It’s a Wellness Lunch and Learn on “Building your Budget,” taking place from 12:15 to 1 p.m. this Friday (March 20) in University Union Room 103. Join financial expert Wayne Resch from the UW Credit Union in an interactive discussion about how to make and maintain a sensible, effective budget. Visit the Wellness Committee website […]

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‘After Thoughts’ to feature UW-Green Bay’s Aoki on international education

UW-Green Bay’s Kristy Aoki will speak on the value, challenges and joys of international education during an After Thoughts event Tuesday, April 7. Her topics include what it takes to prepare students to make UW-Green Bay their home-away-from-home, how hosting international students helps to enrich our campus and community, and how travel experiences transform students […]

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Next Outreach dinner lecture to feature Slovakia, Meredith Livingston

UW-Green Bay Prof. Sarah Meredith Livingston will share her insights into the country of Slovakia and its Roma communities during a UW-Green Bay Dinner Lecture Series event Tuesday, March 31. A professor of Music and Women’s and Gender Studies, she has performed, traveled in and brought students to the small Eastern European country, having served […]

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