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Veteran journalist to headline Dec. 4 UW-Green Bay Common Theme event

As part of its Common Theme programming, the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay will present “Reporting the World: A Life of Public Engagement,” featuring veteran journalist Scott C. Johnson, from 4:30-5:30 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 4 in the Christie Theatre of the University Union on campus, 2420 Nicolet Drive. It is free and open to the public. […]

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UW-Green Bay Music, local artists and high schools to present Handel’s ‘Messiah’

UW-Green Bay Music, in conjunction with the Green Bay Choral Artists group and guest high school choirs, will present George Frederic Handel’s classic Messiah, along with Ludwig van Beethoven’s Fantasy for Piano, Choir and Orchestra, Op. 80, at 7:30 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 6 at the Weidner Center for the Performing Arts on campus, 2420 Nicolet […]

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Former ‘Newsweek’ bureau chief to talk on world’s hot spots

“Reporting the World: a Life of Public Engagement” is the title of a talk scheduled for 4:30 to 5:30 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 4, in the Union’s Christie Theatre. Scott C. Johnson is an American journalist who worked for 12 years as a Newsweek foreign correspondent and bureau chief. He has reported from more than fifty […]

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Holiday Luncheon on Dec. 4

With the holidays fast approaching, mark your calendar to attend the Holiday Luncheon on Thursday, Dec. 4, in the Union’s Phoenix Room. You can reserve a table with your co-workers, friends and students. The meal will include seasonal mixed green salad prepared with grilled apples, dried cranberried, roasted butternut squash candied walnuts coated with a […]

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Kwanzaa celebration is Dec. 6 in De Pere

UW-Green Bay’s American Intercultural Center and Black Student Union are again assisting with plans for the Annual Community Kwanzaa Celebration, scheduled this year for 3 to 5 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 6. Co-hosted by St. Norbert College and NWTC, the event takes place on the SNC campus in De Pere at the Michels Commons Ballroom, 409 Third St. […]

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Sykes gets national attention with Grantland article

UW-Green Bay senior guard Keifer Sykes continues to attract media coverage consistent with his status as one of college basketball’s most electrifying players. His latest national publicity: a feature story at the national website Grantland, an ESPN spinoff covering sports and entertainment. Read more.

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Cosby coverage: Media share story of April cancellation

News spread quickly Monday (Nov. 24) afternoon that comedian Bill Cosby’s April 12 performance at the Weidner Center has been cancelled. Here’s a sampling of coverage from local news media: Green Bay Press-Gazette Fox 11 Milwaukee Journal Sentinal

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In the news: WPR covers Cat Island, Duck Creek grant for NAS

A federal grant that will aid UW-Green Bay scientists’ efforts to restore native plants in the bay got some airtime Monday (Nov. 24) on Wisconsin Public Radio. Associate Prof. Matt Dornbush spoke with WPR’s Patty Murray about the $225,000 grant, which will be used to help native plants — including bulrush, water celery and wild […]

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Online anger: Martin weighs in during Huffpost chat

Associate Prof. Ryan Martin shared his anger expertise with an online audience Monday (Nov. 24), appearing in a Huffpost Live Internet chat on the issue of so-called “morality viral videos.” These videos, a recent one of which showed a woman being catcalled more than 100 times on the streets of New York City, have been […]

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Jeffreys’ letter to be printed Times’ Sunday Book Review

Prof. Derek Jeffreys will have a letter to the editor published Sunday (Nov. 30) in The New York Times Sunday Book Review. Jeffreys tells the Log his letter discusses the 1971 Attica Prison uprising. The Times Book Review is available online at www.nytimes.com/pages/books/review/.

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