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Cakes for a cause

From Left: Jessie Graff, Julia Shariff and Kerry McVey (all members of Colleges Against Cancer at UW-Green Bay)

Chelsea Rank
February 23, 2015

The sweet aroma of pancakes and maple syrup filled the Mauthe Center on Thursday, February 5th at 5:30pm. With Relay for Life right around the corner, UW-Green Bay’s Colleges Against Cancer hosted a free pancake dinner to urge students and members of the community to come in, sign up for Relay for... Read more »

UWGB’s sixth chancellor installation

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Elizabeth Bragstad, Life Writer
November 23, 2014

In its 49th year, the UW-Green Bay installed its sixth chancellor, Dr. Gary Miller.  Miller has been active in his role since Aug. 1, but the Weidner Center for the Performing Arts held a traditional installation ceremony  Nov. 14 to officially welcome him to the Phoenix family. In attendance were... Read more »

Mauthe Autumn Fest Celebration: Jammin’ for Cans


David Nordby, Life Writer
November 17, 2014

Autumn Fest at the Mauthe Center continued Thursday night, Nov. 6, with Jammin’ for Cans. The event showcased five local bands: Corduroy Roy and the Something-or-Others, Four 5 Drive, Save the Wooly Mammoth, Headcinema, and Drama We Cause. The event was free to attend, but donations of canned items... Read more »

Mauthe Autumn Fest Celebration with Pumpkin Bash

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Elizabeth Bragstad, Life Writer
November 17, 2014

To celebrate the fall season, UW-Green Bay’s Richard Mauthe Center hosted Autumn Fest Nov. 4-9, which featured a number of seasonal events. These events facilitated traditional fall activities and inspired students to give during this harvest season by accepting donations of canned goods at each event. All... Read more »

Campus Kitchens project comes to UWGB

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David Nordby, Life Writer
November 6, 2014

This past May, UW-Green Bay joined The Campus Kitchen Project network, launching the Campus Kitchen at UWGB. The nonprofit organization is student-run, with additional volunteers, and prepares meals for local residents in need. Headquartered in Washington D.C., The Campus Kitchen Project was founded... Read more »

Día de los Muertos (Day of the Dead)

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Jessica Leighty, Photography Editor
November 6, 2014

Joining the cultural celebration of Día de los Muertos (or, Day of the Dead, in English), Organización Latino Americana (OLA) hosted a workshop which allowed students to join the festivities. They painted sugar skulls in honor of passed loved ones, and decorated an altar in the University Union’s... Read more »

Spooky state comes to life

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Elizabeth Bragstad, Life Writer
November 6, 2014

Some may say the Wisconsin landscape is ghastly, others may say it is ghostly. On the evening of Oct. 27, UW-Green Bay students got in the Halloween spirit by attending Wisconsin’s Most Haunted Locations. The Christie Theater hosted Chad Lewis as he spoke to students, staff and faculty, members of... Read more »

Food Day fun at UW-Green Bay: Michel Nischan

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David Nordby, Life Writer
November 1, 2014

Monday Oct. 20, UW-Green Bay’s celebration of Food Day culminated at night with a free pulled pork dinner and a speech from keynote speaker, Michel Nischan. Food Day, which is officially Oct. 24, is designed to bring Americans together and inspire them to change their diets and food policies nationwide. At... Read more »

Food Day fun at UW-Green Bay

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Elizabeth Bragstad, Life Writer
November 1, 2014

UW-Green Bay kicked off its Food Day celebration Oct. 20 by serving a free “no waste breakfast” at the Richard Mauthe Center.  The menu was composed of items donated by local restaurants that would normally go to waste. The celebration resumed that afternoon; the University Union Phoenix Rooms hosted... Read more »

Pin striping demo brought to campus


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 »