The Board of Regents finalized a $650,000 construction project with the building commission last week to enhance the current softball complex.
The possibility of UW-Madison breaking off from the UW System could have ripple, if not wave, effects on UW-Whitewater.
To most Americans, going through middle and high school is part of the norm. To children in many impoverished countries, schooling is somewhat of a dream.
Some UW-Whitewater faculty and staff have written a statement about Gov. Scott Walker’s budget-repair bill. The statement was sent out last Wednesday.
That’s what He Said/She Said: My best friend’s girlfriend is cheating on him. He doesn’t know, but I do. Should I say something?
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It was the last thing freshman Elizabeth Johnson expected to find when she showed up unannounced at the home of her boyfriend of a year and a half. “I never expected him to go that far and do something that bad.” What she found was what many consider the ultimate betrayal in a relationship. Upon walking into her boyfriend’s bedroom, she discovered him with another woman.
Gov. Scott Walker’s proposed budget-repair bill has spawned protests and demonstrations almost everywhere in the state, including at the Capitol building, most UW System schools and even outside state legislators’ houses.
Both the men’s and women’s track and field teams will try to capture each program’s very first WIAC Championship Feb. 25-26 at UW-River Falls. “It would be an incredible feeling [to win],” head women’s coach Josh Ireland said. “It’s something that has never happened before in the existence of our program, it would be huge.”
Both the men’ and women’s swimming team set an assortment of school records at the WIAC championships Continue…