A good-looking and experienced crowd gathered in October at the University Union’s Phoenix Room for the annual UW-Green Bay Retirees Dinner.
Members of the float building committee for the Green Bay Holiday Parade reported plenty of enthusiasm and holiday spirit despite the frigid temperatures. Parade officials said it was the coldest in recent memory. That didn’t stop UW-Green Bay staff, students, alumni, sponsors and a large contingent of student-athletes (including cheer and dance teams) from spreading holiday cheer to the local community.
It is a biologists’ dream … to examine, discuss, identify and chronicle, confirm, question and corroborate. UW-Green Bay students — many of them biologists in training in Prof. Mike Draney’s Invertebrate Biology class — certainly have these opportunities for applied (hands-on) learning experiences.
Fantastic works by student artists and designers are on display in the Studio Arts Building now through Wednesday (Nov. 20). It ties in with the Art and Design programs preparing for an accreditation visit from the National Schools of Art and Design. So, not only is the work of top student artists on display in the [...]
There was an impressive turnout of campus artists, Spanish speakers and others for the workshop “How to Make Cartonero Books,” which took place Nov. 11 in the 1965 Room of the University Union. The session was led by María Gómez and Washington Cucurto. The principals of the Buenos Aires-based publishing house Eloísa Cartonera — which [...]
The UW-Green Bay and larger community joined forces Monday (Nov. 11) to pay tribute to military service members past and present. Close to 100 people attended the annual Chancellor’s Veteran Reception, a heartfelt and solemn yet celebratory event that honors campus and community vets.
UW-Green Bay students who are recipients of scholarships funded by the generosity of the Founders Association posed for a photo Friday afternoon, Nov. 8, at a donor/student reception at the Weidner Center. Celebrating 40 years this year, the Founders Association is the vehicle for annual giving by community members, past and present UW-Green Bay employees, University alumni, parents and various friends of the institution.
Students in the Phoenix GPS program — that’s the first-year retention initiative led by Prof. Denise Bartell of Human Development — enjoyed themselves in a UWGB Trivia Challenge Nov. 5 at the Union’s Phoenix B. Students worked in teams with each other and a University “celebrity” including Brenda Amenson-Hill, Stefan Hall, Deanne Kusserow, and Mark [...]
Students at the perennially popular Grave Dancers Ball vied for bragging rights to 2013’s best Halloween costume. The event Oct. 30 in the Phoenix Room of the University Union drew a well-dressed crowd. Blood and guts were mostly out, and stylish fun was in. Click thumbnails to enter slideshow view. Photos by Veronica Wierer, photo [...]
Students in Prof. Regan A. R. Gurung’s freshman seminar class had a different kind of Halloween experience this Oct. 31, stepping into the world of a paranormal investigator as he checked out a reputedly haunted campus dorm room. Investigator Steven De Spain, who heads Great Lakes Association Spirit Searching, used a variety of sensors and [...]