“The Weidner Center is bracing for its first brawl. The performing arts center at the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay will host Brawl By the Bay, an inaugural e-gaming event on June 9. Featured games are “Super Smash Bros. Melee,” “Super Smash Bros. 4” and “Project M,” a modified version of “Super Smash Bros.” Gameplay is open […]
UW-Sheboygan student Sara Kroneck is in the news for her accomplishments. The Plymouth, Wis. native said she plans to attend UW-Green Bay next year to complete a degree in biology and eventually become an orthodontist. See more.
UW-Green Bay graduate Bao Nhia Xiong surprised her parents, who immigrated to the U.S. more than 20 years ago as Hmong Refugees, when she gave the Commencement Address. Xiong said they sacrificed much, so she could see this day. Wearegreenbay.com has the powerful story.
UW-Green Bay student graduate Christopher Thomas defied the odds — overcoming disability and poverty to graduate in Spring 2018. The Green Bay Press-Gazette shared his story.
Elm Grove comedienne and UW-Green Bay alumna Mary Gallagher ’90 (Theatre) is ready to take her act to primetime. Read about in in the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel.
Indiawest.com has the story of Prof. A. R. Gurung’s (Psychology and Human Development) election to the international honor society, Psi Chi.
“Phoenix men’s basketball coach Linc Darner has a great memory when it comes to his playing days at Purdue and a coaching career that’s included stops at schools such as Murray State, Lincoln Memorial University, Ashland University, St. Joseph’s and Florida Southern. When asked if he recalls a time when one of his teams didn’t have […]
Rep. Andre Jacque (Republican) and Democrat Caleb Frostman will take part in 1st Senate District candidate forum May 29, 2018 at UW-Green Bay, reports the Herald Times Reporter.
The Eagle Herald highlighted the great work of UW-Marinette student Katelyn Kuffel, who is heading to UW-Green Bay to complete a degree in psychology.
UW-Green Bay Prof. Regan A. R. Gurung (Psychology and Human Development) says it’s better to stick to plans, though technology makes it easier to cancel them. Prof. Gurung explains in a story with Wisconsin Public Radio, that bailing is a growing culture in our society, and it does not look good in a professional environment, […]