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UWGB PRSSA proves prominence

Tyler Otto, News Editor
April 9, 2015

The UW-Green Public Relations Student Society of America (PRSSA) took first place at the Edelman Case Studies Competition hosted by the Loyola University and Columbia College PRSSA chapter on March 20-21. This was a regional PRSSA conference and the first competition the UWGB chapter... Read more »

Badger’s destiny falls short Duke

Andrew Eisch, Sports Editor
April 9, 2015

The Wisconsin Badgers, a team that had won its past 11 games prior to Monday’s NCAA championship game versus the Duke Blue Devils, came up short even though the road to the championship seemed like it was destiny. After defeating the tournament favorites, the undefeated Kentucky... Read more »

‘Walking Dead’ concludes season in 90 minute finale

Chase Pendzich, 4Play Writer, Commentary
April 6, 2015

Another season of AMC’s hit show “The Walking Dead” has wrapped up and this finale has been one of the best. The 90 minute finale provided thrilling action while completing a lot of the plot lines. Spoilers ahead for season five including the finale! The best part... Read more »

UWGB org budgets

Taylor Navis, Lead Copy Editor
April 2, 2015

As of April 1, the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay Org budgets are done and are ready to be looked at, according to SUFAC Chair Reed Heintzkill. Make sure to check your student org email, if you haven’t yet. If you did not receive the email, contact SUFAC. Numbers are also... Read more »

Let’s delete cancer

Chelsea Rank, Life Writer
April 2, 2015

What if there was something you could do to significantly impact blood cancer patients? What if you could save their lives with five seconds of your time? On Thursday, March 26 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. across from the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay bookstore, TriBeta sponsored... Read more »

Spring Training for Brewers show promise

Derek Lindberg , Sports Writer
April 2, 2015

Fans of the Milwaukee Brewers will not forget the pain of the 2014 season anytime soon. After leading the National League (NL) Central Division from April through August, the Brewers went 9-17 in the final month of the season to fall out of playoff contention and finish third in... Read more »


Dan Tobin, 4Play Writer
April 2, 2015

The characters you know but the story you’ve never seen. Disney’s newest tale of “Cinderella” went off with a bang. Even with a rating of PG, the target audience seemed to veer away from little kids and more toward their parental viewers. With Chris Weitz (“About a Boy,”... Read more »

A high f’liar’

Marian Ravenwood, Off the Wall Writer
April 1, 2015

After what could have been considered a life-threatening crash, actor Harrison Ford (“Star Wars,” 1977) has revealed the event was pre-planned. It turns out, the 73-year-old actor was filming an upcoming project. “I’ve flown planes for a few decades now, do you honestly... Read more »

Tom’s Tinis

Brandy Svedka, Off the Wall Writer
April 1, 2015

When asking my friends what we were going to do for our Friday-night-girls-only-drinks-and-sweets- adventure, only one name came up from all the ladies: Tom’s Tinis. This place had always interested me when it opened in September, but I never actually went there to try it. I figured... Read more »

‘Seize Z Day’

Zoey Zane, Off the Wall Writer
April 1, 2015

After years of petitions, rioting outside the capitol steps and boycotting keychain companies for never having their name on any vacation souvenirs, the world of “Z-people” can celebrate a small victory. March 19 marked the signing of the “Seize Z Day” Bill allowing anyone... Read more »