This year, the cable TV station has been going through the process of renovating their entire station with new computers, new equipment, and a lot more space.
It is not often people get to see a silent movie the way it was originally intended to be seen, but the klezmer band Yid Vicious will allow students and community members to experience this rare performance
Lumberjack Steam Train is coming to Whitewater, and two of its members won’t have to travel very far for the show.
For the second year, approximately thirty students from the freshmen class traveled to a campground in Elkhorn to experience Camp Warhawk. The camp was started last year by the FIrst Year Experience Office as a way to bring freshmen out of their comfort zones.
Sophomore Paul Usher’s stolen laptop was recovered with the help of the university police and the Instructional Communication and Information Technology (ICIT).
The Innovation Center held a social media event on Wednesday to educate businesses, students and faculty on the most effective ways to utilize social media.
Students in the College of Arts and Communications attended the college’s first convocation last Tuesday to help develop the community and common values.
Support Peers In Laid-back Listening, a group of students who lend their ears and advice on an issue; such as a breakup, held a benefit last Friday to raise awareness to their program.
Students have the chance to learn about the multiple cultures that scatter campus by attending Dialogue on the Human Perspective, an event put on by the Career and Leadership Development and the Office of Multicultural Affairs and Student Success.
A record 11,615 undergraduate and graduate students are enrolled for this semester.