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Facebook: Does privacy mean anything anymore?

Everyone’s updating their statuses and Facebook chatting with friends about all the new changes the social network has made over the past few weeks.

The changes to the website have many Facebook users wondering why the website has made such drastic changes to the layout design and new features.

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“What the Hall?!” spotlight on Wells West

Sheldon Bean has called Wells West home for the past two years.

“It has been a good experience to meet a mix of people and be exposed to all different groups and lifestyles,” Bean said.

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Women’s golf season comes to an end

The women’s golf team entered the WIAC Championship this weekend ranked second in the conference behind back-to-back champion UW-Eau Claire.

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Men’s soccer six-game win streak snapped

The Warhawks came into the first week of October looking to expand on their six-game winning streak and improve to 3-0 in conference play. Wednesday the ‘Hawks took on the North Park Vikings in Chicago.

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Do you believe in ghosts?

Ghosts, ghouls, spirits and lost souls. Evidence, energy and entities.

These were only a few words that were heard at the ghost hunt presentation and walk presented by Chris Fleming on Saturday night.

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New field lights will be ready for ‘Friday Night Lights’

In 1970, Perkins Stadium had field lights installed so the field could be used at night.

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Cross country teams finish first at Gene Davis Invite

Both the UW-Whitewater men’s and women’s cross country teams took first place in the second annual Gene Davis Invitational hosted by Lawrence University at the Reid Municipal Golf Course in Appleton Saturday.

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Brewers fans have waited long enough

Twenty-nine. That is the number of years Milwaukee Brewers fans have had to wait to watch their team win a playoff series.

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Women’s soccer ready for test

The UW-Whitewater women’s soccer team looks forward to playing UW-Stevens Point on Saturday and Head Coach Greg Henschel said the team is feeling confident.

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UC Commons breakfast hot spot

Commons or “UC” Breakfast began in Fall 2006 as a way to offset the costs of adding a “late-night” meal option of on-campus diners.

“Students said they wanted to be able to have a ‘late-night’ option on campus,” University Center Director Bob Barry said. “To offset our costs in adding that option, we closed breakfast service at Drumlin and Esker Halls and opened a single breakfast service in the UC.”

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