Category: Media Coverage

Adam Fulwiler | Fox Cities Magazine

UW-Green Bay alumnus and artist Adam Fulwiler’s ’17 (Art) work features formalism and geometric shapes, matched with color, to convey words visually. He gains inspiration from his work by re-evaluating recent experiences and conversations that evoke feelings in his life. ‘I’d say one of the most exciting parts [of my career] was that the University […]

‘Doggie Coozie’ idea is winner for UW-Green Bay students – Green Bay Press Gazette

Alexandra Torgeson, a business student at the UW-Green Bay, Manitowoc Campus, said she already knew she worked well with friends Sadie Stiefvater and Brianna Chase. But that connection became more readily apparent when the three teamed up to enter the Spring 2019 Manitowoc Campus Student Business Idea Contest. Their entry, the “Doggie Coozie,” captured first […]

Alumnus Chad Johnson and Green Bay Glory play final game at Aldo Santaga Stadium, June 27

The Green Bay Glory women’s soccer team is 3-4 with three more games to be played in its first season of the WPSL. Head coach Chad Johnson ’93 (Sociology) has coached at nearly every level of soccer and believes the game is more competitive in this league. “The biggest difference is the speed of play […]

Alumnus Doug Wirth named to the 2019 Pride Power 100 | CSNY

As Gov. Andrew Cuomo continues efforts to stop the HIV/AIDS epidemic, Doug Wirth ’89 (Social Work) tells Gay City News that preventive health care should be expanded to reach vulnerable populations. Wirth served on Cuomo’s Task Force to End the AIDS Epidemic in New York state by 2020 and was senior health policy adviser to […]

Pride Month festival blooms in Door County, Pride Center offers resources

When Sturgeon Bay District 2 Alderman David Hayes stepped off the Open Door Pride Festival Stage Saturday, a 12-year-old girl approached him and said “I’m gay, too, and I’m proud of you.” Hayes, the city’s first openly gay council member, had taken the stage to share a mayoral proclamation officially recognizing the week leading up to […]

Prof. Coen: ‘Changes in U.S. Immigration Discourse Signal Departure of Responsibilities’

“Amid ongoing reports about new immigration proposals from President Donald J. Trump’s administration, it can be challenging to track change and continuity. What might appear as unprecedented moves are often intensifications of trends begun under previous administrations. Yet important parameters of the U.S. immigration conversation are evolving, and it is worth considering how these transformations […]