The League of Women Voters of the Whitewater Area is hosting a forum about how the proposed Wisconsin budget will likely affect Whitewater and the surrounding area from 7-9 p.m. May 4 at the Cravath Lake Community Center.
Blackthorne Capital, an innovative financial management start-up company, became the first private tenant at the Innovation Center in the Whitewater University Technology Park.
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Senior Eric Boldger has acted in many plays before, including a lead role in “The Traveling Children’s Show.” Now an assistant director, he is giving directing a chance for the first time with “A Scrap of Paper.” The play will entertain audiences all week at 7:30 p.m. in the Barnett Theatre in the Center of the Arts.
The UW-Whitewater Concert Band will perform tomorrow night, showcasing a variety of music, including pieces by Fillmore, Samuel Hazo and Francis McBeth.
For Bachelor of Fine Arts majors, the BFA Exhibition is the culmination of their college art careers. The exhibition will be held through Thursday at Crossman Gallery, and is free for all to attend.
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One is the number of seniors the men’s tennis team has on its roster this season. Two is the number of remaining home matches he has left this season. Three is how many years he waited to make the starting lineup. That senior is Charlie Miller.
The new Print Farm Club will make its debut on campus by holding a sale today. There will be sale tables set up from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. in the Center of the Arts atrium.
The women’s tennis team will aim to serve its way past conference rivals toward another automatic qualifying bid to the NCAA national tournament on Saturday.