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Extra money to be reallocated


Hannah Stepp, News Writer
October 20, 2014

While money has been an issue for many universities across the country, the UW System and UW-Green Bay have proven this not to be the case. The UW System has finished the 2013-2014 year with $973 million on hand, and will be planning how to best spend and benefit the students on campus across the state. Administrators... Read more »

CATL To host workshop on teaching textbook free

Nicholas Faust, News Writer
October 15, 2014

Looking to keep UW-Green Bay innovative, The Center for Advancement of Teaching and Learning has announced an upcoming workshop for faculty interested in teaching textbook free. “Teaching Without a Textbook? How to make your courses more relevant and, yes, fun!” will be held Oct. 31 in the Vista... Read more »

Brown County Issues Same-sex Marriage Licenses


Tyler Otto, News Writer
October 15, 2014

Brown County agreeing to issue same-sex marriage licenses has a direct and positive effect on the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, questioning/queer (LGBTQ) students at UW-Green Bay and is another step in increasing equality on campus. “Same-sex marriage affects the LGBTQ students on campus by... Read more »

Ebola Outbreak Calls for Aid

Jordan Lloyd, News Editor
October 14, 2014

The Center for Disease Control (CDC) held a telebriefing regarding the recent Ebola outbreak in West Africa July 28. The first reported case of Ebola in West Africa occurred in March, according to the deputy director of CDC’s National Center for Emerging Zoonotic and Infectious Diseases, Stephan Monroe. The... Read more »

Color Run makes huge splash at UWGB


Andrew Eisch, Sports Editor
October 12, 2014

For the second time in two years, the Color Run made its appearance on campus last Sunday, as the UW-Green Bay campus welcomed the colorful event. According to Thomas Kujawa, the Director of Public Safety here at UWGB, the event was estimated to host nearly 6,000 participants as well as hundreds of volunteers. The... Read more »

SGA preparing Students for election time

Tyler Otto, News Writer
October 9, 2014

The UW-Green Bay Student Government Association is working to ensure that students on campus are informed about the process of voting in preparation of the 2014 Wisconsin fall general election Tuesday, Nov. 4. “My committee is trying to ignite the enthusiasm behind politics here on campus,” Hannah... Read more »

UWGB Fall 2014 Color Run Photo Gallery


Amber Beardsley, Web Editor
October 8, 2014

This photo gallery is a supplement to the article, “Color Run makes huge splash at UWGB” by Sports Editor Andrew Eisch in the print edition of the Fourth Estate.   Campus was painted pink, purple, blue, and yellow Sunday as thousands of people from UWGB, the Green Bay area, and many... Read more »

New Afghan President sworn in


Jordan Lloyd, News Editor
October 7, 2014

Monday marked a pivotal change in the Afghan government, as Ashraf Ghani Ahmadzai was sworn in as the new president, replacing Hamid Karzai. This election marks the first shift in power since the U.S.-led invasion in 2001, which resulted in the fall of the Taliban rule. Ghani’s work experience before... Read more »

UW-Green Bay among the best for veterans


Tyler Otto, News Writer
October 7, 2014

UW-Green Bay is ranked in the top tier regionally and is considered one of the best universities for veterans according to the U.S. News and World Report that was released Sept. 9. UWGB is ranked no. 77 regionally and is also listed as one of the best universities for veterans in 2015, ranked number... Read more »

QPR Gateway Training at UWGB

Jacob Immel, News Writer
October 7, 2014

This past Thursday, Student Services provided a free training program for QPR Gatekeeper Suicide Prevention. The event was held in the 1965 Room in the University Union from noon to 1 pm. QPR (Question, Persuade and Refer) is a method for identifying individuals who may commit suicide and helping to... Read more »