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Daniel Franzese from “Mean Girls” coming to UW-Green Bay on Wednesday, Jan. 30

Daniel Franzese, the comedian and actor, will be bringing his stand-up comedy to campus on Wednesday, Jan. 30, 2019 at 8 p.m. in the Phoenix Rooms located in the University Union. Though best known for his role as Damien in the movie “Mean Girls,” Franzese has become an advocate for the LGBT community and positive body image. Admission is free! See more events occurring during UW-Green Bay Homecoming 2019.

Save the date: Phoenix Music Night at Blue Opus is Thursday, Jan. 31

As part of Homecoming, 2019, enjoy music performed by UW-Green Bay students, alumni and faculty on Thursday, Jan. 31, 2019 at 5 p.m. at Blue Opus, located at 1390 Bellevue St. in Green Bay. UW-Green Bay student and guitarist Antonio Salerno will open up the night at 5 p.m. At 5:45 p.m., MaR will take the stage. UW-Green Bay alumni Matt Hillman and Rissel Peguero’s duo MaR’s style can be described as a fusion of tastes between the Latin-folk-gospel roots of Rissel (vocalist and pianist) and funk-r&b-jazz of Matt (guitarist). Brass Differential will conclude the show at 7 p.m. Brass Differential’s live show features diverse set lists presented in a high-energy style. Their sound is steeped in the New Orleans tradition and features a spicy gumbo of musical styles, including jazz, blues, funk, R&B, soul and hip-hop, among others. What sets Brass Differential apart, however, is its unique horn-centered sound, anchored in the low end by the sousaphone. Blue Opus will be serving from their menu. Come out and enjoy this fantastic evening of music and fun!

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Prof. Gurung featured in WPR segment

Ben & Joyce Rosenberg Professor Regan A. R. Gurung (Psychology, Human Development) was recently featured on a WPR segment that focuses on how to tackle holiday stress. Prof. Gurung gives tips on how to cope with stress and anxiety that might be felt around the holidays. Listen here.

The Bad Plus is featured guest for Jazz Fest 49, Saturday, Jan. 26

The Bad Plus will be the featured guest artist for UW-Green Bay’s historic Jazz Fest 49 and will be performing at the Weidner Center on Saturday, Jan. 26, 2018 at 7:30 p.m. Since its outset, iconic trio The Bad Plus has dared to be different, challenging all preconceived notions of jazz. With their unique blend of influences, ranging from experimental jazz, indie rock, pop and classical music, The Bad Plus has earned a reputation as one of the most universally well-respected bands in jazz today. Tickets can be purchased online or in-person at the University Ticketing and Information Center located in UW-Green Bay’s University Union.

Latest episode of ‘Serious Fun’ focuses on anime

The latest episode of “Serious Fun” by Associate Prof. Bryan Carr (Communication, Information Science) is out now. In this episode, Associate Prof. Carr talks to UW-Green Bay Anime Club representatives Ntxhee Yee Thao and Jacob Huempfner about their favorites shows, the business and process of creating anime, as well as their fandom and the friends they have made along the way. Listen to the podcast.


New ‘All the Rage’ podcast episode out now

The latest episode of “All the Rage” is now out. Featuring Prof. Ryan Martin (Psychology) and Dean Chuck Rybak (College of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences), this last installment of the podcast’s “Losing Control” series discusses what you can do when you feel like you are losing your cool. Get advice on strategies to cool off and see how anger can be prosocial. Prof. Brad J. Bushman (Communication, Psychology), Ohio State University, is featured as a special guest. Listen to the podcast.

Faculty note: Lecturer Ryan Kauth featured in WalletHub article

Lecturer Ryan Kauth (Business Administration) was recently featured as an expert in a WalletHub article on business credit cards. “It is a small business owner’s job to always be raising capital. As part of this duty, you want to make sure you protect your personal credit,” he says. Read more.