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Celebrating Earth Day with UWGB picnic

Colleen McCluskey, Entertainment Writer
April 30, 2015

In celebration of Earth Day, the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay Student Union and Student Life organizations held a campus-wide picnic April 22. The picnic, which was originally supposed to be outside, was moved indoors due to the weather. However, many still attended and enjoyed... Read more »

Residence life tells students to ‘get a clue’

Casey Gallenberger, Entertainment Writer
April 29, 2015

There was trouble afoot on the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay campus, and students used patience, fast thinking and a sense of humor to unravel the situation. Residence Life brought the classic board game “Clue” to life April 16 at 8:30 p.m. The event, currently in... Read more »

Vans Warped Tour creator visits campus

Chelsea Rank, Entertainment Writer
April 27, 2015

“There’s a fine line between eccentric and psychotic,” Kevin Lyman utters with a smile, wearing a fedora and low-cut boots and sprawled out on a stool placed on stage. Lyman is the creator of the “Vans Warped Tour,” and along with 35 years in the music business, he... Read more »

Busting myths and taking names

Colleen McCluskey, Entertainment Writer
April 27, 2015

Adam Savage and Jamie Hyneman, the hosts of the science entertainment television show “MythBusters” visited The University of Wisconsin- Green Bay April 14 to entertain and educate the public in their live stage show “MythBusters: Jamie & Adam Unleashed.” The... Read more »

Navigating the gendered minefield of online harassment

Chelsea Rank & Casey Gallenberger, Entertainment Writers
April 27, 2015

She has been called “pop culture’s most valuable critic” by Rolling Stone Magazine. She has been a guest on the “Colbert Report” to discuss sexist representations of women in the media. She has been a speaker for TEDxWomen. She has been interviewed by Forbes, Wired,... Read more »

Windsor Drive breaks Wisconsin limits

Casey Gallenberger, Life Writer
April 22, 2015

For many local bands, getting signed to a record label is a major goal. Many bands struggle finding success in their hometowns. In spite of these obstacles, one Wisconsin band has acquired an international following and released an album on two international labels. In the midst... Read more »

Madison quintet in route on Wisconsin tour

Brianna Laack, Entertainment Editor
March 26, 2015

Music filled the ears of the 97 audience members in attendance at the Wingra Woodwind Quintet, the last instrumental performance of the Artist Music Series. The concert was held at Silver Lake College of the Holy Family Sunday March 15. Signaled by the dimming of lights,... Read more »

What is a gamer?

Chelsea Rank, Life Writer
March 9, 2015

Professor Bryan Carr began his Gamer Identity talk in the Phoenix Club with the question, “What is a gamer?” The attendees last Wednesday, Feb. 18 might have been led some to assume that the rest of the discussion would be about debunking the “geeky gamer” perception. However,... Read more »

GB Talent Show uncovers gifted individuals

Katie Vlachina, Entertainment Writer Commentary
March 9, 2015

With stand-up comedians, musical talent and a puppeteer, the GB Talent Show ended up being a big hit, and exposed some very interesting skills. It was held by Good Times Programming at the Phoenix Club in the University Union. The event was held Friday, Feb. 27. A huge crowd filled... Read more »

Church brings Talladega nights to Resch Center

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Brianna Laack, Entertainment Editor
December 5, 2014

A sea of flannel filled the Resch Center Nov. 20 to see Eric Church in concert. “It’s not about yesterday or tomorrow. It’s about today and the people you are with,” Church said during one of his favorite moments of the concert. The concert started at 7 p.m. with two opening... Read more »