Upon graduation in 2012, UW-Green Bay alumnus Amy Manske (in pink) decided not to settle. She was going to look for her dream job — one that incorporated her love for agriculture and her degree in Communication. A previous opportunity as a finalist for “Alice in Dairyland,” the official agricultural ambassador for the state of […]
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- A weekend made for music, art, recreation
UW-Green Bay communication intern Cheyenne Makinia made the rounds last weekend for a “stuff happening on campus” photo gallery. She found a cool concert at the Union’s Common Grounds Coffeehouse, a great exhibition at the Lawton Gallery, and students hanging out and hoopin’ it up in the Kress Center’s Dick Bennett Gym. Click thumbnails to […]
Saturday (March 8) was one of the biggest March days in many years for the Phoenix men’s and women’s basketball programs, with both teams No. 1 in the conference standings. The men hosted the Horizon League semifinals at the Resch Center by virtue of their 14-2 regular-season finish. Meanwhile, the UW-Green Bay women hosted conference […]
An ancient pilgrimage experiencing resurgent popularity was the focus of the third After Thoughts program of the academic year March 4, as Associate Prof. Cristina Ortiz brought the route and its traditions to life.
“We’ve got spirit, yes we do…” UW-Green Bay’s student-athletes give us much to cheer about. This year, even more so, with both the Phoenix men’s and women’s basketball teams heading into huge games. To show your support, you are encouraged to hang a sign on your office door, or an exterior window. Request a sign […]
After emptying out the last flakes from a box of cereal, do you recycle the cardboard box then stare at the plastic liner bag wondering what to do with it? Well, wonder no more! This week, in support of RecycleMania efforts, UW-Green Bay will begin a pilot program with Zeus Recycling to collect and recycle […]
Ten University of Wisconsin-Green Bay students will report on research conducted in UW-Green Bay natural areas at the 25th annual Cofrin Student Symposium, scheduled from 1-5 p.m. Tuesday, March 4 in the Christie Theatre of the University Union on campus, 2420 Nicolet Drive. The symposium marks a quarter-century of student research and more 140 students […]
What do UW-Green Bay students do on a cold February Weekend? Marketing and Communication intern Cheyenne Makinia captured three great choices on camera recently: A beautiful winter walk, attendance and participation at the Phoenix women’s basketball Pink Zone game, and a little broomball action outside of the University Union.
From the frigid cold temperatures of Green Bay to the warm climate of Central Florida, Ryan Taylor has made a career out of his love for animals. Looking for a change in weather, Taylor took a job in 2008 at Disney’s Animal Kingdom, one of the largest animal theme parks in the world, as an animal keeper, taking care of hoofed stock like giraffes and zebras on the Safari.
UW-Green Bay Theatre and Dance will shed light on the story of an elite group of female fighter pilots beginning Thursday, Feb. 27, presenting “Censored on Final Approach” in the Jean Weidner Theatre at the Weidner Center for the Performing Arts.