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Pin striping demo brought to campus

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Elizabeth Bragstad, Life Writer
October 30, 2014

“It is good for students to see that not all art goes in a gallery,” UW-Green Bay art professor Sarah Detweiler said. To create an opportunity for her students to see a live example of the art process, Detweiler recruited two friends she considers “like minded, local renegade artists” to put... Read more »

FOCUS helps students declare their major

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David Nordby, Life Writer
October 25, 2014

This past Wednesday, Oct. 18, more than 200 UW-Green Bay students stopped by the Phoenix Rooms for the Majors Fair. The event was sponsored by First-year Opportunities and Connections for Students (FOCUS) and happens once a year in the fall to help students decide on their major. Darrel Renier, Director... Read more »

Harvest Fest with the Oneida Nation

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David Nordby, Life Writer
October 20, 2014

On Saturday, Oct. 11, the Oneida Nation finished off their educational week with “Harvest Fest.” The tribe held education days Monday through Thursday on topics such as picking and husking corn, and learning where food comes from with students from various schools. Friday consisted of a community... Read more »

Coffee with a cop and K9 demo

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Samantha Molina, Life Editor
October 20, 2014

The Green Bay Police Department made an effort to reach out to UW-Green Bay students Tuesday Oct. 9 through the event Coffee with a Cop. Coffee with a Cop, held in the Phoenix Rooms, gave students a chance to learn about police dogs and their role in the Green Bay Police Department. “People think they’re... Read more »

Student Government to Hold Round Table Forums

Nicholas Faust, News Writer
October 14, 2014

In an effort to involve classmates in the upcoming elections, Student Government announced that they will sponsor a pair of round table forums to highlight local and state races. Each forum will be set up to provide students and faculty access to the candidates. Time will be given at the start of each... Read more »

GTP hits target with UWGB students

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David Nordby, Life Writer
October 14, 2014

This past Thursday, Oct. 2, students were able to stop by and test their archery skills at the Leona Cloud Commons. This was the first time something like this has come to UW-Green Bay’s campus and it likely will not be the last. Good Times Programming (GTP) scheduled the event in their ongoing efforts... Read more »

Employers meet students at UWGB Job Fair

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Elizabeth Bragstad, Life Writer
October 14, 2014

As hundreds of UW-Green Bay seniors are set to graduate in December and May, many face the uncertainty of not knowing what they will do post-graduation. Will it be an immediate move into a job, graduate school or maybe even the military? To help clear up some of the uncertainty, UWGB hosted the 2014... Read more »

Mock interviews prep students for future

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David Nordby, Life Writer
October 8, 2014

Wednesday, Sept. 24, UW-Green Bay students were able to practice their next phase of life during Mock Interview Day. After sleepless nights doing school work are over, students will need to go into job interviews with strong verbal skills and have the ability to answer questions about themselves and... Read more »

Students win big at bingo

Elizabeth Bragstad, Life Writer
October 6, 2014

Monday, Sept. 22, 103 UW-Green Bay students gathered in the Cloud Commons of the University Union in hopes of winning big. With the combined efforts of Student Life, the University Union, and A’viands, the first Mix-Mashed Monday Bingo event was successful. Students played traditional bingo while... Read more »

Students plan their trips at study abroad fair

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David Nordby , Life Writer
September 29, 2014

Students helped plan their future semesters last Thursday when the Study Abroad Fair hit the UW-Green Bay campus. Headed by Jemma Lund, the study abroad coordinator, the campus held the first of two fairs that take place each school year. The fall semester previews potential winter and spring semester... Read more »