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Happy mardi bra

Chelsea Rank, Life Writer
March 26, 2015

Homeless women in the Green Bay area were asked about their largest unmet need, an overwhelming “feminine hygiene needs” was the response. That’s when the UW-Green Bay campus club “Feminists 4 Action” (F4A) stepped in to help. They have been dedicating the month... Read more »

Bingo wins students’ hearts

Casey Gallenberger, Life Writer
March 26, 2015

While cupcakes, Disney pillows, wet ink, and around 90 college students may not have much in common, they cohesively created an enjoyable event for students. Disney Bingo took place Monday, Mar. 23 at 7 p.m. in the University Union. The game used standard Bingo boards, placing the... Read more »

Beyond Wonder Woman

Chelsea Rank, Life Writer
March 26, 2015

Professor of Communication, Dr. Bryan Carr, held a discussion Mar. 11 in the 1965 Room about female identities, ideals, and representation in superhero media. According to Carr, “Female representation in superhero media generally fall into five categories: Damsel in Distress,... Read more »

Life According to Ginger

Eli Hughes, Life Columnist
March 26, 2015

Hello everybody! Ginger the cat here welcoming all you students back from a great spring break! At least I hope it was a great break for you. Did you have fun and send your pictures in to the Fourth Estate like I told you to? I know I had enough fun for all of us. I went... Read more »

Local gallery full of colorful personality

Casey Gallenberger, Life Writer
March 9, 2015

Nestled in the Olde Main Street district of Green Bay sits a haven for local artists. For eight years, the ARTgarage has provided artists with a place to connect with like-minded people, display their original creations, and learn the basics of marketing. “This is a place where... Read more »

Life According to Ginger

Eli Hughes, Life Columnist
March 9, 2015

Hello everybody! I’m Ginger the cat, and as always, I’m here to help you see the world from a different perspective. Photo Credit: Eli Hughes This week, that perspective is from under a pile of warm clothes in a laundry basket. It’s pretty comfy, so I think I’ll just dictate... Read more »

First Nations events create cultural bridges

Casey Gallenberger, Life Writer
March 9, 2015

“First Nation peoples are often regarded as remnants of the past who have faded throughout history,” senior human development major Christy Gard said. It is definitely easy to overlook the issues faced by Native American groups. It stems from an absence of media attention, propagated... Read more »

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,... 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... Read more »

Mauthe Autumn Fest Celebration: Jammin’ for Cans

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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... Read more »