Ribbon-cutting: Resident students spring into voting

On Tuesday (April 7), UW-Green Bay will host a polling location for the spring election for the first time in recent history. A ribbon-cutting ceremony at 11 a.m. outside the Alumni Rooms in the Cloud Commons will commemorate the event. Previously, the campus has only been a polling site for fall elections, forcing students who live on campus to vote in another ward. The on-campus location should allow for a greater turnout for races for Supreme Court justice, Department of Public Instruction superintendent, Court of Appeals District III judge and five Brown County circuit court judges. Read more.