Dr. Marion Nestle, professor of nutrition, food studies and public health at New York University, spoke to students and community members March 13 with her lecture, “Obesity Wars: the Food Industry versus Public Health.”
The District 4 City Council race between Lynn Binnie and Cort Hartmann will affect many students living off campus in the area.
Across: 2. Nile 4. Inns 6. Tin 8. Saharan 9. Perception 10. Pole 11. Wit 13. Continue…
Earlier this month, the UW-Whitewater DECA chapter took home several awards in the Wisconsin State Career Development Conference and qualified for competitions at the International Conference in Salt Lake City.
Seniors Rose Schneider and Chris Kautza are packing their bags and heading out of Wisconsin to go on Continue…
“21 Jump Street” is the best movie I’ve reviewed in what seems like forever. It’s not perfect, but it is a heck of a lot better than several other films I’ve seen recently.
Spring Break is often viewed as a time to relax and travel to tropical places.
However, last spring break, 39 UW-Whitewater students and five staff members traveled south to experience what life was like in the southern states during the civil rights era.
It’s not often UW-Whitewater hosts a guitar concert, but thanks to Adjunct Instructor George Lindquist, students and staff will have the opportunity to attend a performance put on by a seasoned guitarist.
In a stunning comeback where the Warhawks were down by 18 points with 15 minutes left in the game, they Continue…
The UW-Whitewater men’s basketball team advanced to the national championship game after defeating the Massachusetts Institute of Technology 71-56 Friday night in Salem, Va.