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UWGB riddled by plant watering rendezvous

Poison Ivy , Staff Writer
April 1, 2014

What’s green, wet and covered in dirt? At UW-Green Bay, a man who goes by The Riddler, has taken it upon himself to water all of the plants around campus. While The Riddler is most commonly referred to as a villain in the fight against Batman, the copycat is using his villain ways to help keep UWGB... Read more »

GTP put all the ‘Card’ashians on the table

Ritchie Bling , Staff Writer
April 1, 2014

Great Times Programming went all out for publicity for their next program, “Why Getting Rich is Important.” GTP hired the Kardashian family to knock on Residence Life doors and stop into classrooms to share their wisdom March 27. Kim, Kourtney, Khloe, Kendal, Kylie Kardashian and Chris and Bruce... Read more »

Campus lays axe to Netflix streaming

Chad Fargus , Staff Writer
April 1, 2014

After a long week of classes and studying, many students like to unwind and sit for hours upon hours in front of a screen as Netflix turns the once engaged student into a mindless zombie. Residence Life has blocked the Netflix video streaming and will no longer allow residents to access it from their... Read more »

Butchered Russian surgery leads to flirtatious woes

April 1, 2014

Mac luvin Staff Writer Walking the tunnels on a typical day is hard for Russian foreign exchange student Miles Chickov ever since his surgery back home.  Each day is a struggle to fight off all the people who are drawn to him and his ailment. While on spring break in his home land of Russia Chickov... Read more »

Iron Belly Invitational winner devours all

Belle Tako , Staff Writer
April 1, 2014

Shea Tsalot standing at 4’11,” weighing 96 pounds at her heaviest, killed it at the fourth Annual Iron Belly Eating Invitational in Chicago, on March 30, took home first place, $10,000 and one full stomach. Tsalot, a UW-Green Bay sophomore nutritional science major, was the smallest by more than... Read more »

Green Bay Packers replace Rodgers

Thad Castle , Staff Editor
April 1, 2014

The Green Bay Packers made a move March 31 that sent shockwaves throughout the NFL. They have replaced quarterback Aaron Rodgers with former Blue Mountain State quarterback Alex Moran. Rodgers, by many accounts entered last season as one of the best quarterbacks in football. In his five seasons as a... Read more »

Happy Trails, missing university students

Joyce Pecter , Staff Writer
April 1, 2014

Approaching the haunted chapel, the wind picks up and the sound of distant squealing becomes the dominate noise. As of March 12 the UW-Green Bay Happy Trails Club, in collaboration with Public Safety, has been sending search crews out onto the trails to try to find the recently missing students. Each... Read more »

A’viands using real food

Fallah Crahp , Staff Writer
April 1, 2014

In an effort to encourage UW-Green Bay student’s to eat more at the Leona Cloud Commons, Executive Chef Simone Peach has decided to incorporate real food on the menu for the 2014-15 academic year. “We noticed kids were buying groceries at grocery stores and stock piling real food, like vegetables,... Read more »

Ryan comes clean on checkered past

Queezy F. Baby , Staff Writer
April 1, 2014

After defeating the top-seeded Arizona Wildcats on March 29 in Anaheim, Cal., Wisconsin head coach Bo Ryan got emotional when talking about his late father and the team’s first Final Four appearance in his 13th season as the Badgers’ head coach. Ryan’s father, Butch, was a basketball coach himself... Read more »

360 degrees of learning upgrades

Chad Fargus, Staff Writer
April 1, 2014

The UW-Green Bay administration is planning to change its slogan once again. 360° of Learning has been its motto since fall 2012. The new slogan is to be an upgrade of 360°. Since it was introduced, “360° of Learning” has become immensely popular and widely respected around campus and beyond.... Read more »