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More diversity in the news: Wery’s query on Muslim students makes USA Today

Green Bay Alderman Chris Wery has apologized to the founder of UW-Green Bay’s Muslim Student Association for responding to her question asking why public bus service isn’t free on Election Day – as it is on Packers game days – with his own questions about whether she and her former student group condemn Islamic terrorism. […]

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By the numbers: Headcount enrollments up, FTEs lagging for 2014

Log readers may recall a couple of weeks back when we told you about preliminary figures showing a projected headcount decline of about 7.5 percent, or 500 enrollments, at UW-Green Bay. We told you at the time that the final headcount tally was likely to be much higher, and figures released Monday (Oct. 20) confirm […]

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Alumni Reunion Days also include photo show

With over 25 events planned throughout the weekend, there’s something for everyone at 2014 Alumni Reunion Days on campus, Friday and Saturday (Oct. 24 and 25). One of the highlights involves Saturday’s Alumni Photography Show. Captain’s Walk and Von Stiehl Wineries will be providing the wines for the accompanying Wine and Cheese Tasting and a […]

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Chancellor Miller talks reserves for ‘Press-Gazette’ front-page story

The Green Bay Press-Gazette took a look at UW-Green Bay’s Program Revenue fund balances for a front-page story in Monday’s (Oct. 20) newspaper, speaking with University Chancellor Gary L. Miller about the funds in light of a recently released UW System report. UW-Green Bay held $22.2 million in unrestricted Program Revenue balances at the end […]

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Next ‘After Thoughts’ to feature UW-Green Bay AD Gillespie

UW-Green Bay director of intercollegiate athletics Mary Ellen Gillespie will talk about the state and future of Division I athletics during the University’s next After Thoughts presentation Thursday, Nov. 6 in the Grand Foyer of the Weidner Center. Gillespie, who became one of just 28 female athletic directors (of 346) in D1 when she was […]

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Live from campus, Good Day Wisconsin highlights Food Day at UW-Green Bay

UW-Green Bay’s Food Day celebration was featured Monday (Oct. 20) morning in four live segments on Fox 11’s Good Day Wisconsin. Reporter Pauleen Le spent the morning at the Mauthe Center, where Food Day’s first event — the No Waste Breakfast — took place from 7:30-10 a.m. She talked to student organizers about the day’s […]

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Tuesday’s program: Never dress up as an ‘Indian’

“Why You Should Definitely Never Dress Up as an ‘Indian’” is the title of a presentation set for 3 to 5 p.m. Tuesday (Oct. 21) in the Heritage Room on the second level of the University Union. Hosted by the American Intercultural Center, the free discussion will be led by Prof. Miriam Schacht of UW‐Oshkosh. […]

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Check it out: C-SPAN2 segments highlight city, UW-Green Bay

As we’ve told you here previously, CSPAN-2 had a crew in Green Bay this fall to talk to authors and historians, including several from UW-Green Bay. The 90-minute local package ran twice this weekend, at 11 a.m. Saturday and 9:30 a.m. Sunday. No worries if you forgot to set the DVR — you can catch […]

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Phoenix Bookstore plans sale, activities for Alumni weekend

The Phoenix Bookstore will be busy this weekend in conjunction with Family Weekend and Alumni Reunion Days events. On Friday (Oct. 24), the store will remain open until 6 p.m. Saturday hours are 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. with a 20 percent discount on most items extended to all shoppers. Face painting and balloon art […]

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Social Media 101? Monday’s session is full, second session has openings

Social Media Specialist Jena Richter informs us that spaces are going fast for her pair of “Social Media 101” strategy workshops taking place next week. The Monday (Oct. 27) session, in fact, is already full. If you’re interested in attending the session from 3 to 4 p.m. on Wednesday (Oct. 29), as of this morning […]

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