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Fly On the Wall

Members of Theta Alpha Phi assume the roll of a fly on a wall. In this creative fundraising event, Continue…

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Ding dong, your ceiling is gone.

Sasha Dantzler and Melody Melisulli’s bathroom ceiling collapsed this morning in the Royal Apartment Continue…

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UW-W campus sees first snow of the year

The UW-Whitewater campus receives its first snow of the season. Dress warm and stay warm. Continue…

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Students need to live up to expectations when it comes to maturity

Growing up, many of us heard at family gatherings how much more mature we had gotten since our long-lost Continue…

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Complete smoking ban not necessary for campus

Hundreds of colleges throughout the country have adopted new rules making their campuses either 100 percent Continue…

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New voter ID bill is great for all Wisconsin voters

The state legislature recently passed a bill that will require all registered voters to present a photo Continue…

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That’s what (S)HE said…

“I have feelings for someone that one of my close friends has feelings for too. I really like this person, but I value my relationship with my friend too. Do I back down on my crush or do I go for what I want?”

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Thodos Dance Chicago hopes for big crowd

UW-Whitewater hosts fewer than five dance productions each year, so students, faculty and community members need to take advantage of each performance.

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A walk in non-traditional shoes

I found it quite ironic that I received a small taste of what non-traditional life is really like just a few days before Non-traditional Student Recognition Week, which runs from Nov. 7 to Nov. 13. Let me tell you, it was much more difficult than I imagined.

Last week, I was asked by my aunt and uncle to watch their three children from Monday to Thursday while they went on vacation. Their family lives in Milton, so I thought to myself, “How hard could it be?” So I agreed to watch my cousins for a week.

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TOMS Campus Club raises awareness through shoe donation

“I wanted to spread the idea that TOMS are more than just cool shoes, it’s a movement to make the world a better place.”

These are the aspirations of Erin Edmunds, a junior at UW-Whitewater, who started the TOMS Campus Club this year to promote the TOMS’ “One for One” movement.

“TOMS’ ‘One for One’ movement’ matches every pair of shoes purchased with a pair of shoes for a child in need,” Edmunds said.

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