Emily Blaha of Sturgeon Bay has been chosen the December 2015 recipient of the Outstanding Student Award presented by the UW-Green Bay Alumni Association. The Business Administration senior with an emphasis in marketing and a minor in design arts will receive her diploma at UW-Green Bay’s mid-year commencement ceremony scheduled for 11:30 a.m. Saturday, Dec. […]
The Fourth Estate website has an article about a rally planned for 4 p.m. Wednesday (March 4) outside the University Union. Paul Ahrens, chair of the Student Government Association’s Academic Affairs Committee and a senior Democracy and Justice Studies major, is campus spokesman for the group UW Students Against Education Cuts. “Our story is we […]
The Fourth Estate on Friday won the first-place award for “General Excellence” among the state’s college weeklies at the Wisconsin Newspaper Association’s annual convention. Also taking a first was the Fourth Estate entry in the best advertisement category (photographers). A second place went to Brandon Langer and staff in the General Web Excellence category, and […]
Staff members with the student Fourth Estate are looking for alumni to answer a few questions for the Oct. 31 edition of the weekly newspaper, in advance of Alumni Reunion Days. Those who respond will have their name entered in a Phoenix Bookstore gift card drawing. The 4E also welcomes submissions of vintage photos. If […]
The good vibe from Sunday’s (Sept. 29) Color Run 5K has lasted all week at UW-Green Bay, where our own Fourth Estate student newspaper devoted a very colorful Thursday (Oct. 2) center spread to the event. With 7,000 participants, plenty of students and alumni and ample social media buzz, the fun just couldn’t be contained […]
Though the snow outside is making things white, UW-Green Bay is busy being green these days, taking part in Recyclemania, an eight-week competition with other schools where sustainability is the name of the game. Our very own Fourth Estate student newspaper has a story online – click here to read.
Student journalist Michael Duenkel did a nice job for the Fourth Estatee in offering a comprehensive overview of the safety factors that figure into cancelling classes. He also looks at the ways the University communicates this news, including (and here’s another plug for an important service) the GB Alert text-messaging system. Read more.
Fresh off a nice haul at the Associated Collegiate Press’ Best of the Midwest competition earlier this month, staff members of the UW-Green Bay Fourth Estate are garnering some more awards. The Wisconsin Newspaper Association’s annual convention and trade show in Madison saw collegiate-division awards for several articles from last spring. Allie Reinikainen placed third […]
UW-Green Bay’s weekly student newspaper, the Fourth Estate, won six awards, including second place for best four-year college tabloid newspaper, at the Associated Collegiate Press’ Best of the Midwest competition Feb. 12 in Minneapolis. Co-editors-in-chief Erika Bonnell and Jordan Tilkens accepted the second-place Best of Show award for the newspaper. Tilkens, who is also the […]
Three students from the Fourth Estate won awards at the annual Best of the Midwest competition sponsored by the Associated Collegiate Press. On Feb. 13, Kaitlin Phillips won fourth place for best feature story, Whitney Robertson won fourth place for best news photograph, and Tina Blahnik won second place for best news photograph. Fourteen Fourth […]