UW-Green Bay’s weekly student newspaper, the Fourth Estate, won six awards, including second place for best four-year college tabloid newspaper, at the Associated Collegiate Press’ Best of the Midwest competition Feb. 12 in Minneapolis. Co-editors-in-chief Erika Bonnell and Jordan Tilkens accepted the second-place Best of Show award for the newspaper. Tilkens, who is also the […]
Three students from the Fourth Estate won awards at the annual Best of the Midwest competition sponsored by the Associated Collegiate Press. On Feb. 13, Kaitlin Phillips won fourth place for best feature story, Whitney Robertson won fourth place for best news photograph, and Tina Blahnik won second place for best news photograph. Fourteen Fourth […]
The Fourth Estate won two collegiate contest awards from the Wisconsin Newspaper Association Foundation. The weekly newspaper won Second Award, General Web Excellence, and Second Award, Best Advertisement. Staff members will be recognized at the WNA Awards Luncheon at the Radisson Paper Valley Hotel in Appleton Feb. 11.
Chris Nerat lives in a world surrounded by stuff: clothes, comic books, baseball cards, fine art, antiques, dinosaur bones, game-worn jerseys of professional athletes, rare coins and much more.
UW-Green Bay Prof. Emeritus Dean W. O’Brien, Communication and the Arts (COA) and Communication Processes (CP), passed away Wednesday, June 16, 2010, in Buffalo, Minn.
The Fourth Estate tackled a complex issue with multiple sources and a review of the historical record in their recent story revisiting the issue of the closing of the former Children’s Center at UW-Green Bay nearly two decades ago. Opinionated reporting and an ambitious project for a student newspaper — read the story online.