It’s more of the same — lotsa’ love — for the Weidner Center. In case you missed it, Green Bay Press-Gazeette columnist Kendra Meinert writes, “For the hundreds of touring acts who come through Green Bay each year, you might think the Weidner Center is just another stage to walk out on or the Meyer Theatre just another […]
UW-Green Bay’s Pride Center held a midday vigil yesterday to remember the victims of the mass shooting in Orlando over the weekend. Local media had full coverage of the “We Stand With Orlando Event” and related news. Video: Green Bay Press-Gazette Video: WTAQ Video: WBAY Local LGBTQ community reacts to Orlando attack
A few dozen people gathered in front of Union Congregational Church on Monday night (June 13) to honor those affected by the mass shooting in Orlando. The church was also a spot of solace years ago, where a vigil was held the day following the assassination of Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. Prof. Stacie Christian […]
Prof. Ryan Martin (Psychology) teamed with WBAY news to spread a positive message for social media users — you’re not alone. Martin provides insight into the growing number of negative posts on the Internet, and on positive ways in which we can combat this issue. See the story.
If you don’t know the talented artist, UWGB grad Beau Thomas, you can still check out his work on the Studio Arts building on campus. He was the creator of a 50th Anniversary mural for the University. He is also working on one of the largest public art pieces in Green Bay. WBAY interviewed him […]
Tune in on your way home. Prof. Aaron Weinschenk will be on WPR from 4:30 to 4:55 tonight (May 5), regarding Republicans finding unity around Donald Trump as the Republican nominee for President. Weinschenk was also on Fox 11’s Good Day Wisconsin yesterday (May 4). You can see the interview here.
If you didn’t get enough of our sensational researchers last week, here is another story about the 13th annual Posters in the Rotunda held at the State Capitol. A total of 140 UW students and nearly 90 faculty mentors discussed their research to legislators. While the subjects varied, all had one theme in common: How […]
It was a four-standing ovation/encore night at the Weidner Center last night when Mnozil Brass graced the stage. Entertainment critic at large Warren Gerds described it as “merry musical mirth.” It’s been a big and busy month for the Weidner Center with 10 shows in 10 days, two sellouts among them, and the likelihood of […]
“From Seinfeld to Fallon to Cash and Hootie, the University has hosted hundreds of big names.” The Green Bay Press-Gazette’s Kendra Meinert, chronicles her favorites. “Green Bay’s entertainment landscape of the past 50 years would look far different without the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay,” she writes. “Since it was founded in 1965, UWGB has hosted thousands […]
“Seventy-one years ago, Franklin Delano Roosevelt died suddenly, and the world wondered what would happen next. FDR’s death came during the crux of World War II — less than four weeks before the Germans surrendered. Without FDR’s guidance, Americans had a hard time imagining how they would confront the world. But before the war began, FDR […]