• Students test the job-market watersMore than 62 businesses and organizations filled the Phoenix Rooms Sept. 28, in search of suitable UW-Green Bay students to fill their available part-time and full-time internship positions.

  • Mauthe Center sponsors ‘Dinner With a Cause’The slogan for the current Mauthe Center’s, Dinner with a Cause, Eat Well, event serves a double meaning. The donation-sponsored dinner not only offers a home-cooked meal for the campus community, but also has hopes of making a difference in the lives of African families.

  • Leadership luncheon brings women togetherIn Phoenix Room B Sept. 7, UW-Green Bay hosted the annual Women’s Leadership Networking Luncheon for female students and faculty members with a common purpose.

  • Student-to-student: Have you joined the text club?UW-Green Bay has introduced a new marketing technique for students and the campus community. The UWGB Phoenix Text Club is a combination of departments around campus joining forces to offer students discounts and deals via one source, text message.

  • Reading gets rebellious in the libraryLike a child who is told not to do something, humans are naturally drawn to things that are banned. People all over the country will be celebrating Banned Books Week, Sept. 29 through Oct. 3 to help bring awareness to books that have been challenged or banned.