“Do you often get angry? Do you think people in general are more angry these days than they used to be? How can we best cope with our own anger and that of those around us? To help answer those questions, we turn to our guest on this episode, anger expert Ryan Martin, who is […]
American consumers have taken a strong liking to ready-to-drink cocktails, and now Wisconsinites will soon have a brand to call their own. Sheboygan food and beverage startup SNFood & Beverage LLC is gearing up to launch Carbliss, its brand of canned cocktails, in stores statewide. Adam Kroener and Amanda Lennartz of Glenbeulah are the entrepreneurs […]
A report from UW-Green Bay and USGS (United States Geological Survey) is expected by the end of 2020 to show how effective agriculture retention ponds are. More via wearegreenbay.com, River in Recovery tour highlights effort to keep our water clean.
Funny enough to share (even if we’re a little late), the Green Bay Press-Gazette’s Kendra Meinert headlined her Thursday (Aug. 1) column with an amusing anecdote from Jim Gaffigan’s July 27 Weidner Center shows. Our own Kate Green, Executive Director of the venue, was among the staff members chatting up Gaffigan backstage when the famous […]
Associate Prof. Andrew Austin offered some context for a front-page story on crime statistics in Monday’s (Aug. 5) Green Bay Press-Gazette. The story shows a rise in violent crime in Green Bay, indicating a 17 percent increase from 2011 to 2012. The incidence of property crimes increased 15 percent during the same period, the paper […]
A record number of freshmen are expected to live on campus this fall, continuing a trend of high demand for housing at UW-Green Bay. WFRV, Channel 5, came to campus Wednesday (Aug. 3) to talk about the trend with Glenn Gray, director of our Office of Residence Life. Student housing is overbooked by about 30 […]
Last spring’s successful Green Innovations conference at UW-Green Bay is getting bonus ink with a lengthy article in the magazine of the Wisconsin Academy of Sciences, Arts and Letters. Titled “Talking Trash” and submitted by campus communication staff, the article spotlights EMBI — the Environmental Management and Business Institute. It also recaps the April symposium, […]