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UWGB PRSSA proves prominence

Tyler Otto, News Editor
April 9, 2015

The UW-Green Public Relations Student Society of America (PRSSA) took first place at the Edelman Case Studies Competition hosted by the Loyola University and Columbia College PRSSA chapter on March 20-21. This was a regional PRSSA conference and the first competition the UWGB chapter... Read more »

UWGB org budgets

Taylor Navis, Lead Copy Editor
April 2, 2015

As of April 1, the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay Org budgets are done and are ready to be looked at, according to SUFAC Chair Reed Heintzkill. Make sure to check your student org email, if you haven’t yet. If you did not receive the email, contact SUFAC. Numbers are also... Read more »

Statewide Day of Action April 2 in Madison

Poster 2

Tad Huempfner, News Writer
March 30, 2015

UW Students Against Education Cuts will be holding a statewide day of action April 2 in Madison, WI in opposition to the 2015-2017 biennial budget proposal. A rally will be held at 4 p.m. in front of the capitol on State Street. Students will meet in front of the capitol and march... Read more »

UW students against education cuts-transcribed interview

Tad Huempfner, News writer
February 28, 2015

Facebook group: www.facebook.com/groups/UWStudentsAgainstCuts/ Paul Ahrens: You know we’re going to be a professional about this. We’re working very hard to organize on many levels it’s, like a pep rally, we’re going to get people there and get them pumped. Talk to them... Read more »

UW Students Against Education Cuts

Save Our Schools poster to encourage a student protest

Tad Huempfner, News writer
February 28, 2015

“Our story is we want to oppose the cuts, preserve the Wisconsin Idea and preserve the Wisconsin state statute of shared governance,” Paul Ahrens said. Ahrens is a senior democracy and justice studies major at UW-Green Bay and is the founding member of University of Wisconsin... Read more »

Phoenix Soccer posts historic season

phoenix soccer

Andrew Eisch, Sports Editor
November 23, 2014

The Green Bay Phoenix women finished their 2014 regular season with a solid performance throughout their schedule, resulting in an 11-6-2 overall record. The Phoenix finished their regular season with a 4-4 Horizon League record placing them fourth in the Conference. This season... Read more »

Tradition of iPat films continues on campus

iPat films

Hannah Stepp, News Writer
November 23, 2014

Increasing environmental awareness has long been a popular and respected cause on the UW-Green Bay campus. The University has been applauded for its prioritizing of environmental awareness and education, earning the nickname “Eco U” in the 1970s. Students and faculty continue... Read more »

University professors continue to achieve

Hannah Stepp, News Writer
November 22, 2014

UW-Green Bay has always harbored some of the top minds in the country. With too many student accomplishments before and after graduation to count, one wonders how the university produces students with such top-notch education and accomplishments. A major part in this success is... Read more »

Faculty members receive grants

Hannah Stepp, News Writer
November 20, 2014

Nov. 4 it was announced by Professor Amy Wolf, a member of the Research Council, that 14 UW-Green Bay faculty members will be receiving research grants from the Grants in Aid of Research 2014. The 14 professors are: Franklin Chen, Michael Draney, Alison Gates, Jenell Holstead, Jeremy... Read more »

SGA brings the election to campus

Nicholas Faust, News Writer
November 20, 2014

Nov. 4 marked midterm elections and along with it the chance for many students to vote for the first time. The ballot contained races for governor, attorney general and many other offices as well as several referendums. The University Union hosted the site of Ward 3 voting, serving... Read more »