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Missed dunk by Sykes, and Kaminsky exchange, draws coverage

It would have been one of the all-time cool dunks… maybe even poster quality… but 6-foot Keifer Sykes had his driving stuff attempt over 7-foot Frank Kaminsky clang off the back iron. Nevertheless, ESPN.com blogged a little about the spectacular non-score (they posted a great still image) and the two rivals’ respectful Twitter exchange afterward. […]

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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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Media coverage, press release: ‘Spring Awakening’ opens Thursday

Local 5 Critic-at-Large Warren Gerds previewed UW-Green Bay Theatre and Dance and UW-Green Bay Music’s production of Spring Awakening in a post this weekend on www.wearegreenbay.com. As we told you here last week, Spring Awakening is based on a controversial late 19th century play and adapted as a modern pop/rock musical. It deals frankly with […]

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Kaye interview on ‘Fight for the Four Freedoms’

Harvey Kaye, UW-Green Bay Prof. of Democracy and Justice Studies, appeared recently on the nationally syndicated Will Roberts talk program to talk about his book, The Fight for the Four Freedoms: What Made FDR and the Greatest Generation Truly Great. Kaye’s interview appears at about the 6:20 mark. https://t.co/weDFahsLJr

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Kraft talks Castle Doctrine for story on NBC 26

Prof. Emeritus Michael Kraft discussed Wisconsin’s “Castle Doctrine” law in a Friday (Nov. 14) interview with NBC 26. Following an incident in Michigan last week in which a homeowner shot and killed an intruder, reporter Eric Crest took a look at Wisconsin’s law, in place since 2011. “It makes it more legitimate for a homeowner […]

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UW-Green Bay Day at Lambeau gets P-G coverage


The Thursday edition of the Green Bay Press-Gazette carried a nice article about how “The University of Wisconsin-Green Bay is bringing campus to 1265 Lombardi Ave. this weekend.” The first-time UW-Green Bay Day at Lambeau Field runs from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday and will showcase all the University, which is a higher education […]

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In the news: ICS lecturer helps develop video game

The Green Bay Press-Gazette on Sunday (Nov. 8) featured a cool story about UW-Green Bay lecturer Ben Geisler, Information and Computing Science, who helped develop an independent video game called “Minimum.” Geisler, a programmer who spent nearly 15 years in the gaming industry, turned down an opportunity to work on the latest Call of Duty […]

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P-G profiles “Dancing Pros Live” host Thicke ahead of Weidner show

“Dancing Pros Live!” will take the Weidner Center stage on Thursday (Nov. 13), and the Green Bay Press-Gazette previewed the big competition with a Sunday (Nov. 8) profile of its host, Alan Thicke. Perhaps best known as Jason Seaver from TV’s “Growing Pains,” Thicke told reporter Kendra Meinert he’s no stranger to Green Bay. “I […]

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Talking turnout: Weinschenk offers context for Press-Gazette voter story

Assistant Prof. Aaron Weinschenk talked turnout for a Saturday (Nov. 8) Green Bay Press-Gazette recap of Tuesday’s midterm election. Despite record turnout statewide (for a regular gubernatorial election), numbers were not as robust in Brown County, the story said. Northeastern Wisconsin is considered a swing area, and saw plenty of visits from Gov. Scott Walker […]

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