Photo Gallery: A college campus never sleeps
There’s always something happening on a college campus. Typically, when the classroom lights shut down, activities in the University Union kick in. Here are a few snapshots showing the activities the past few weeks that happen outside of the classroom at UW-Green Bay. Among them, a quiet morning walk, the Job and Internship Fair, the new Residence Hall, GB Nites (including midnight breakfast served by Chancellor Harden and Provost Wallace), bands, game shows, pillow making and more.
Most recently, professional race car driver Leilani Munter was on campus, pulling her weight in two different worlds — race car driving and “greening” her sport. Munter uses her status as a driver as a platform for awareness and change in a sport not known for being eco-friendly. She told the UW-Green Bay audience that she faced many obstacles: race fans ridicule her for being a woman, and environmentalists call her a hypocrite. But to those who tell her that she can’t do these things as a woman, she says, “…watch me.” Proving that one person really can make a difference if he or she is just crazy enough. Enjoy.
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Photos: Union Graphics, alumni intern Jennifer Klein, student photographer Adam Koenig and University photographer Eric Miller. Supporting text by Adam Koenig.