The Italian club Lucca has confirmed that former UW-Green Bay star Julie Wojta suffered a knee injury, a torn ACL, during the preseason. Wojta spent her first two pro seasons in Belgium with Namur. She is a 2012 Accounting graduate of UW-Green Bay, and was second-team All-America for the Phoenix. Test your Italian, or your […]
A new documentary, produced by Educational Television Productions of Northeast Wisconsin (ETP-NEW, located on the UW-Green Bay campus) profiles three different students with three different problems and one common problem, bullying. “We are thankful for the three families that shared their personal stories with us, so others can learn from their painful experiences,” said Eileen […]
The Associated Press is reporting that President Barack Obama and Vice President Joe Biden plan to announce a campus sexual assault awareness campaign from the White House Friday, with a special focus on engaging men in the fight. The campaign will be dubbed “It’s On Us.” Read more.
Charlie Frisk, the Baird Creek Preservation Foundation board president, invites interested citizens to meet him on Saturday, Sept. 27, at 1 p.m. at Christa McAuliffe Park, 3100 Sitka Street, for what they’re calling the “One Fish, Two Fish Hike.” He’ll use a large seine to temporarily capture some of the fish (and other aquatic creatures) […]
Tuesday, Sept. 16 Entrée: Mexican Tuesday Feature: Black Bean & Rice Burritos Soups: Curry Carrot (Vegetarian), Turkey & Rice Wednesday, Sept. 17 Entrée: Chicken Piccata w/ Mashed Potatoes Soups: Black Bean (Vegetarian), Potato & Bacon Chowder Thursday, Sept. 18 Entrée: Grilled Pork w/ Mango Salsa & Wild Rice Soups: Tomato Basil (Vegetarian), Chili Friday, Sept. […]
Veering from its typical serene environment, the award-winning Cofrin Library went ‘carnival’ Thursday (Sept. 11) for its fall 2014 Bash in the Stacks. Participants including students, faculty and staff, had a blast with Nerf tag, games, prizes, and a carnival-themed obstacle course.
There’s not much to the story of how a campus department (or departments) came to purchase and take possession of a sturdy, large and nicely appointed couch (photo above) suitable for use in a lounge or waiting area or, in this case, a social sciences lab where multiple researchers and subjects sit down for interviews. […]
Included at UW-Green Bay’s Pride Center display in the University Union, Monday, Sept. 15 was a letter sent to select university and college campuses from President Obama (with a hand-signed photo) recognizing Monday as National LGBT Community Center Awareness Day. Obama wrote: “Over time, everyday acts of compassion and generosity can build a momentum for change that rises up […]
As UW-Green Bay Public Safety officers investigate a pair of reported on-campus assaults and keep members of the campus community informed with timely notification (read more), the Student Government Association weighed in late Friday afternoon (Sept. 12) with its own message to students. The text was as follows: The UWGB Student Government would like to […]
Political scientist Aaron Weinschenk, assistant professor of Public and Environmental Affairs, recently had some of his research on voter turnout discussed in an article by ABC News. The article addresses political participation in American cities but focuses on the low levels of political engagement in Ferguson, Mo., and the consequences of low levels of engagement. […]