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Haugen elected director of housing group

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Cheyenne Makinia , Managing Editor
April 22, 2014

After four years of attending housing conferences with countless hours of travel, board room meetings, working with delegations and sleepless nights, UW-Green Bay student Andrew Haugen was elected as  the director for the Great Lakes housing region. The GLACURH organization  helps connect student leaders... Read more »

Party it up in the Phoenix Park

Amber Schilling , Life Editor
April 22, 2014

The Healthy Choices Task Force, the University Union and the Alpha Zeta Phi fraternity are sponsoring Party in the Park. This event is centered around alcohol awareness and will be held April 28 from 5-6:30 p.m. in the Phoenix Park. This is the first alcohol awareness event this year. The Healthy Choices... Read more »

Buelow receives Student Employee of the Year award

Thomas Fox , Life Writer
April 22, 2014

This year’s UW-Green Bay Student Employee of the Year award goes to Emily Buelow, senior human biology major. Buelow manages 60 student employees at the Kress Events Center, 25 front desk workers and 35 weight room employees. Buelow also runs the eight-week group fitness instructor training program... Read more »

International Dinner celebrates diversity

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Thomas Fox , Life Writer
April 15, 2014

UW-Green Bay’s International Dinner is the longest-running student-sponsored event at the university that has been going on for 38 years. The dinner is run annually by the International Club, and this year was held in the Phoenix Rooms. Twelve nationalities performed on stage, including people from... Read more »

Green Bay gets a green thumb with Garden Blitz

Amber Schilling , Life Editor
April 15, 2014

The Green Bay Garden Blitz is helping the community grow fresh produce by building 100 garden boxes. This grassroots gardening initiative, with support from the Cofrin Center for Biodiversity, will construct these boxes at community gardens, homes, schools and libraries May 2-4. Students can get involved... Read more »

Relay fundraises for a cure

Amber Schilling , Life Editor
April 15, 2014

UW-Green Bay is hosting Relay for Life April 25-26 from 6 p.m.-6 a.m. at the Richard Mauthe Center. All fundraising goes to the American Cancer Society to support cancer research. Relay for Life is an organized walk where members of each team take turns walking around the track over the course of the... Read more »

Students choose campus housing for fall 2014

Thomas Fox , Life Writer
April 8, 2014

It’s that time of year again–  room selection days are coming up fast for students living on campus for the upcoming year. “We make it a big event, students come and select rooms and apartments based on their priority numbers,” John Gerow, Associate Director for the Office of Residence Life... Read more »

Coffee with a Cop shows canine capabilities

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Amber Schilling , Life Editor
April 1, 2014

Coffee with a Cop hosted a demonstration of the Brown County Sheriff Office’s K-9 Unit in the Phoenix Rooms on March 27. Students were invited to attend — with the incentive of a 20 percent discount coupon for the Common Grounds Coffeehouse  — to be educated on the K-9 unit and its role in the... Read more »

Curling Club wins championship

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Preston Waala
March 25, 2014

The Curling Club of UW-Green Bay is the 2014 USA College Curling National Champions. For the year they went 19-3. The Curling Club of UW-Green Bay was invited to participate in the USA College Curling Championships March 14-16.  The top 16 teams in the nation based on merit points were invited to go... Read more »

Group petitions against Citizens United ruling

Megan Hanna, Editor-in-Chief
March 25, 2014

Green Bay Move to Amend is mobilizing the Green Bay community to reject the Supreme Court’s Citizens United ruling, and is seeking student volunteers. Move to Amend wants to see limits on the money spent on political campaigns, in particular by large corporations. “We want a level playing field for... Read more »