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Early returns are positive… and sign up for this Saturday’s tailgate


With last week’s “soft launch” of the United Way campaign at UW-Green Bay, it didn’t take long for results to roll in. Within three days, some 17 people stepped up with $2,500 in gifts and pledges. Our campus goal is 100 donors and $13,000 in pledges. “Please help us help UWGB meet this goal. Any […]

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Friday’s Global Studies Roundtable: Slovakia’s Roma Minority


“Social Justice and Health Issues in Slovakia’s Roma Minority” will be the topic for the next session in the monthly Global Studies Roundtable series. The discussion, from 1 to 2:30 p.m. Friday (Nov. 21) in Mary Ann Cofrin Hall Room 301 (Vista Conference Room) will be led by Profs. Sarah Meredith Livingston of Music and […]

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Sights and sounds: More highlights from UW-Green Bay Day at Lambeau Field

New today, we’ve got even more fun images from a fantastic inaugural UW-Green Bay Day at Lambeau Field. Our UW-Green Bay News video captures the sights and sounds of the daylong celebration, while great new photos from the event show some of the highlights you may have missed. Check out our multimedia package.

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Opening night: Theatre, Dance, Music present musical Spring Awakening

Tickets are still available for the UW-Green Bay Theatre and Dance and UW-Green Bay Music production of Spring Awakening, which opens tonight and runs through Saturday at the University Theatre in Theatre Hall. This Tony Award-winning musical is a pop/rock musical adaptation of Frank Wedekind’s 1891 expressionist play about teenage rebellion and sexual discovery. It’s […]

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Student Athletes offer Parents Night Out this Friday

The Student-Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC) will be hosting an event titled Parent’s Night Out this Friday (Nov. 21) This event is an opportunity for kids grades K-6 to come and hang out with their favorite Phoenix Athletes, while parents enjoy an evening relaxing, somewhere else. The event at the Kress Events Center starts at 6:30 […]

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Reminder: NAS Seminar

Assistant Prof. Rachel Russell presents the next free public lecture in the Natural and Applied Sciences seminar series at 3 p.m. Friday (Nov. 21) in ES 301 on the topic “Sh!t Flows Downhill: Investigating trans-border untreated household wastewater in the Tijuana/San Diego mega-region.” For details.

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Politics, pollution of Tijuana River will be Russel’s topic for NAS Seminar

The next free public lecture in the Natural and Applied Sciences seminar series takes place at 3 p.m. this Friday (Nov. 21) in Room 301 of the Environmental Sciences Building. The speaker is Assistant Prof. Rachel Russell of the Public and Environmental Affairs program. The attention-grabbing title of her seminar is “Sh!t Flows Downhill: Investigating […]

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Live from Lambeau: UW-Green Bay Day kicks off with Fox 11 segments

Saturday’s UW-Green Bay Day at Lambeau Field was a big success, drawing campus, community and media attention with a full slate of activities designed to help attendees have fun and learn more about the University. Fox 11’s Good Day Wisconsin helped kick it all off with four live segments highlighting various aspects of the day’s […]

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In the news: Media coverage of Friday’s installation

Members of the news media showed up for Friday’s (Nov. 14) installation of Chancellor Gary L. Miller, capturing the ceremonial pomp and pageantry as well as the meat of Miller’s message to campus and community. A sample of media coverage is below, along with a link to the full text of Miller’s remarks, titled “Powers […]

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Tis the Season!

This annual holiday event is full of crafts and goodies for kids. The University Union is organizing Tis the Season for Saturday, Dec. 6, from 9 a.m. to noon. They’ll have 10 craft stations, a hot chocolate bar, a build your own candy bag bar, and pictures with Santa for only $2, along with holiday […]

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