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In the news: Wardle’s new contract makes headlines

News outlets at home and across the country carried the news Thursday (April 17) that UW-Green Bay and Phoenix men’s basketball Coach Brian Wardle have agreed to terms on a new five-year contract. In discussing the deal, Director of Athletics Mary Ellen Gillespie talked about the importance of relationships and interactions now and moving forward. […]

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Right recycling: Katers’ students to help sort items for class project

A group of UW-Green Bay students will give local recycling efforts a boost in the coming weeks, sorting recyclables at the Brown County Resource Recovery Facility. Natural and Applied Sciences Prof. John Katers on Tuesday (April 15) spoke with NBC26 reporter (and UW-Green Bay alumna) Raquel Lamal about the project, which dovetails with a class […]

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Gerds previews UW-Green Bay kids’ production of ‘Three Little Pigs’

Local 5 Critic-at-Large Warren Gerds previewed the UW-Green Bay Opera and Musical Theatre student production of “The Three Little Pigs” in a Tuesday (April 15) column, noting that Mozart originally wrote the story — sort of. “Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart composed music,” Gerds writes, “and two centuries later somebody else came along and adapted his music […]

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Student graffiti artist shows stuff in SA 407 and at Aldo Leopold

Art major Beau Thomas wowed visitor to the 407 gallery in Studio Arts with his recent “Madness” graffiti-painting installation (see photos) and he also made the local TV news recently with a mural project for his alma mater, Aldo Leopold School in Green Bay. For the WBAY-TV 2 story and a look at Thomas’s graffiti […]

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In the news: Walker calls for another 2-year tuition freeze

Gov. Scott Walker on Friday (April 11) called for another two-year UW System tuition freeze, coming after a similar cap was enacted last year. In speaking with reporters Friday, Walker made it clear that the proposed freeze was tied directly to projections that the System will end the year with significant cash reserves, the Milwaukee […]

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New in pictures: UW-Green Bay Pow Wow celebrates veterans

UW-Green Bay celebrated its annual Pow Wow at the Kress Events Center Saturday (April 12), welcoming campus and community alike for a chance to reflect on the theme “Honoring All our Veterans.” The 12-hour event included grand entries, special dances, a host drum and six invited drums, food, costumes and more. The Green Bay Press-Gazette […]

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‘Heartbleed’ headaches: Kieper talks security risk with Fox 11

The “Heartbleed” computer bug has made big news recently, as websites scramble to fix the problem and individuals and businesses wonder if their information is safe. Fox 11 News turned Thursday (April 10) to UW-Green Bay Deputy Chief Information Officer David Kieper, who helped explain the issue and provide context. It’s a serious problem, Kieper […]

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In the news: Furlong talks retirements for longtime politicians

Liberal Arts & Sciences Dean Scott Furlong helped provide context Friday (April 11) for the retirement announcements of two longtime state Republicans, state Sen. Mike Ellis and U.S. Rep. Tom Petri. Speaking with reporter Jennifer Wilson of WBAY, Channel 2, Furlong said the Republican Party has become more conservative in recent years, and that more […]

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Guv loves Green Bay? Walker’s frequent visits unsurprising, Helpap says

The Green Bay area has become Gov. Scott Walker’s second-favorite state destination (after Milwaukee) as he prepares to formally announce his re-election bid Tuesday (April 15), the Press-Gazette reported during the weekend. Reporter Paul Srubas turned to Assistant Prof. David Helpap, Public and Environmental Affairs, to talk about the trend, which Helpap said is unsurprising. […]

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Gerds reviews symphony, UW Band after busy weekend at the Weidner

It was another busy weekend at the Weidner Center, with the Green Bay Symphony Orchestra concluding its 100th season Saturday (April 12) and the high-energy UW Marching Band taking the stage Sunday (April 13). That meant it also was a busy weekend for Local 5 Critic-at-Large Warren Gerds, who reviewed both shows. You can catch […]

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