Sept. 3, 2014 By Alexandria Zamecnik By Emily Leclair After the audience...
UW-Whitewater named three new majors in the College of Letters & Sciences this year for the first time since 1995. The majors include Japanese, computer science and environmental science.
Whitewater Student Government swore seven new officials into office Monday night, including a new speaker of the house.
For the next month, the Crossman Gallery will be upholding a 42-year tradition at UW-Whitewater.
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Two UW-Whitewater students have been awarded the opportunity to display their galactic and nature inspired artwork in the First Citizens Bank of Whitewater until the end of February.
A stellar Mark Wahlberg helps elevate “Contraband” past the realm of just another “one last job” action/heist flick.
Every semester at UW-Whitewater seniors graduate and new students enroll. Those who leave UW-Whitewater Continue…
While most UW-Whitewater students are at home relaxing and decompressing, others, like the No. 12 ranked Warhawk wrestling team, was hard at work with two-a-day practices and matches.
Sophomore defensive end Louissant Minett couldn’t have said it better: “Good players make big plays.”
Mid-December means relaxation for most, but for the men’s basketball team it meant grinding out a seven-game win streak.
The team has now compiled a record of 15-1 overall and 6-1 in conference, and is currently ranked No. 9 in the country by D3Hoops.com.