On Wednesday, Sept. 2, UW-Green Bay alumni, faculty and staff will “Turn the Market Green” with a special UWGB night at the downtown Farmers Market, timed to coincide with the 50th anniversary of UW-Green Bay’s founding. Attendees are invited to wear their Phoenix Green and to visit the UW-Green Bay booth near the corner of […]
Marketing and University Communication intern Cheyenne Makinia is photojournalist on the spot, capturing student life through her camera lens. Last week’s photo subjects: Studio Arts and 407 Gallery showcase of works, Residence Life hosted Tacky Prom with a 80s theme, Chaoticon — an annual convention hosted by the UWGB Gamer’s Club, Shorewood Golf Course opening, […]
The spring semester Human Mosaic brochure is now available on the American Intercultural Center website. There’s a great diversity of diversity-related programs, Universitywide.
Join the fight against heart disease in women by participating in Go Red for Women Week next Monday through Friday (Feb. 3-7) at UW-Green Bay. Visit the Go Red display in the University Union, across from the Phoenix Club, and pick up information on women and heart disease and get your Red Dress lapel pin. […]
Brooke Hauser, author of The New Kids: Big Dreams and Grave Journeys at a High School for Immigrant Teens, will speak at 8 p.m. Thursday (Nov. 7) in the Phoenix Room of the University Union. An award-winning author, journalist, teacher, and lecturer who has written for The New York Times, Los Angeles Times, and Allure, […]
The University Union offers plenty of lean, low-cal and vitamin-rich items on its dining menu, but on this day they reached for the sweets.
There was no question it was summer with 93ᵒ temperatures greeting alumni family and friends for UW-Green Bay’s first Alumni Family Day at Bay Beach, Sunday, August 25.
Piano prodigy Ethan Bortnick appeared live on Good Day Wisconsin Tuesday, July 9, speaking with WLUK, Fox 11’s Rachel Manek ahead of his Thursday (July 11) concert at the Weidner Center. Bortnick’s trip to Green Bay is his first, he told Manek during two segments shot live from the Weidner Center stage. A big football […]
As we’ve told you here before, 12-year-old piano prodigy Ethan Bortnick will play the Weidner Center Thursday (July 11), showcasing his incredible musical talent on behalf of the Kress-Mattson Parkinson Fundraiser. The Green Bay Press-Gazette ran an interview with Bortnick in Sunday’s (July 7) newspaper, speaking with the music phenom about his background, fame and […]
Just a quick reminder that tickets are on sale now for the July 11 Kress/Mattson Parkinson’s fundraiser at the Weidner Center for the Performing Arts. The event will feature 12-year-old prodigy Ethan Bortnick, a pianist, singer, composer and entertainer who combines his musical pursuits with charitable endeavors. More information is available to Facebook users at […]