Chris Mueller ’10 Communication is returning to the area after getting his reporting chops out of state and in Stevens Point. He is now the breaking news reporter for The Post-Crescent, which is a part of USA TODAY NETWORK-Wisconsin. See more.
WHBY radio previewed the 2017 Kwanzaa Celebration at UW-Green Bay, interviewing organizer Bao Sengkhammee, advisor in UW-Green Bay’s American Intercultural Center. She said the holiday is an African-American tradition that emphasizes community and cultural pride.
Jessica Lindstrom has displayed two distinct personalities: “the one UWGB coach Kevin Borseth describes as the nicest person you’d ever meet… Then there’s the Lindstrom on the court. The 6-foot-1 forward who fights and scratches and claws for every point and rebound. The one who figuratively wants to tear her opponent’s heart out.” Scott Venci […]
The University of Wisconsin Green Bay hosted a Kwanzaa celebration Saturday, Dec. 9. The community and students were invited to learn about the cultural holiday while enjoying festive music and dance. Fox 11 was there. The event is sponsored by the American Intercultural Center, Black Student Union, Office of Student Life and Diversity Task Force.
ESPN has a story about Mexico being a basketball oasis – especially for those players with near-pro talent, trying to keep their game sharp or those who don’t want to give up on their favorite sport. Green Bay’s Alfonzo McKinnie, ’15 now with the NBA’s Toronto Raptors found his way to Mexico in 2016. The […]
UW-Green Bay will share a grant with four other UW System schools to help minority, low-income and first-generation students. 1150 WHBY and 103.5 FM has the story.
The UW-Green Bay Twitter “reenactment” of the Great Green Bay Fire of 1880 on Wednesday, Dec. 6 gained some media attention. WFRV covered the story before the reenactment. Also, WLUK Fox11 was in the classroom covering the event.
Could a sales tax implementation benefit the proposed UW-Green Bay STEM Innovation Center? WTAQ has a look.
Every year in early December, hundreds of runners in ugly sweaters, elf ears and Santa hats descend upon the UW-Green Bay campus to raise awareness for arthritis by participate in the Jingle Bell Run, starting in the Kress Center. Fox 11 had coverage this year.
Jingle Brawl III raised nearly $650 for the Child Life program at HSHS St. Vincent Children’s Hospital and was featured on Fox 11. Hospital representatives said the money raised will go a long way toward purchasing Christmas gifts for the kids, calling it an “awesome effort.” Organizers, including Assistant Prof. Bryan Carr (Communication, Information and […]