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Pictured on the far right is “Guardian Bridge,” an impactful piece from Palecek’s exhibit.

Inevitable juxtapositions: an enticing exhibit

Sydney Wojcik, Arts & Recreation Editor January 23, 2022

Well known artist, DK Palecek, has just opened a brand new exhibit entitled, “Inevitable Juxtapositions.” Palecek, who is from Northeastern Wisconsin depicts intricate cityscapes and beautiful urban...

Spider-Man movie catches fans in web of fun

Spider-Man movie catches fans in web of fun

Dauntae Green, Managing Editor January 16, 2022

Here comes Spider-Man swinging in to save the movie theaters, the world, and the multiverse! Spider-Man: No Way Home, the third film to a trilogy of Marvel’s Spider-Man movies with something that has...

The Lightwire Theater performed “A Very Electric Christmas” in the Young Auditorium on Dec. 12, 2021.

Lightwire Theater brightens up Young Auditorium

Alicia Dougherty, Editor December 12, 2021

It was an electrifying day at the Young Auditorium Dec 12, 2021, as the Lightwire Theater dazzled the audiences with their Christmas show, “A Very Electric Christmas.” With only five people, some graceful...

“This Sentence Is Written In Two Languages” by visual artist Nina Ghanbarzadeh

Iranian Wisconsinite communicates across cultures through art

Peyton Rollins, Arts & Recreation Editor December 5, 2021

Nina Ghanbarzadeh is an artist from Tehran, Iran who moved to the United States in 2001. Her unique artwork integrates two very different languages and two very different cultures. Her pieces focus on...

Eternals movie highlights diversity and disabilities

Eternals movie highlights diversity and disabilities

Dauntae Green, Managing Editor November 28, 2021

Get ready for a superhero movie that shows representation in diversity, disability, laser beams, cool fight scenes, interesting story, and beautiful cinematography. It’s the Marvel movie Eternals which...

Poet, Aman Batra, reads her poems at the Down Under on November 11, 2021.

Poet performs for campus

Peyton Rollins, Arts & Recreation Editor November 14, 2021

Poet Aman K. Batra performed her self-written poetry on Nov. 11, 2021 at the Down Under in the University Center. Batra, a Punjabi- American who traveled from Artesia, California is a national poetry slam...

Pictured performing at the UW-Whitewater Faculty Concert on the left is guest artist Kevin Chance, piano, and on the right is Cristina Ballatori, flute.

UW-Whitewater faculty concert featuring Cristina Ballatori and Kevin Chance

Sydney Wojcik, Assistant Editor of Arts and Recreation October 31, 2021

Cristina Ballatori, director of the UW-Whitewater flute choir performed a concert for the public at Light Recital Hall at 7:30 p.m. on Oct. 28, with guest pianist, Kevin Chance. The duo typically perform...

Jazz One Ensemble pictured taking a bow at the end of their concert on Oct. 14 at 7:30 p.m.

Bringing jazz back to life

Sydney Wojcik, Assistant Editor of Arts and Recreation October 17, 2021

The pandemic may have stopped live music for a beat, but on Oct. 14 at 7:30 p.m. the UW-Whitewater Jazz One Ensemble and world famous guest artist Robert Hurst showed the audience that jazz is alive and...

“More Revolutionary,” an eye-catching piece, by William Paul Thomas is displayed at the front of the exhibit.

Diversity on display in Crossman Gallery

Sydney Wojcik, Assistant Editor of Arts and Recreation October 10, 2021

William Paul Thomas, Sanna Stabell and Ger Xiong are only a few of the incredibly talented artists whose work is currently on display at UW-Whitewater’s Crossman Gallery in the Greenhill Center of the...

Noa Even and Phil Pierick, a saxophone ensemble, performed for the public on Tuesday, Sept. 28 at 7:30 p.m. at Light Recital Hall.

Back on the beat

Sydney Wojcik, Assistant Editor of Arts and Recreation October 3, 2021

Noa Even and Phil Pierick, the professional saxophonists who make up the world-renowned ensemble, “Ogni Suono” performed live at Light Recital Hall on Tuesday, Sept. 29 at 7:30 p.m. Even and Pierick...

UW-Whitewater students Catherine Carani and Faith Long get ready to watch In the Heights in Summers Auditorium of the University Center Thursday, Sept. 23.

Musical movie inspires audiences

Dauntae Green, Managing Editor September 26, 2021

Get down to the music, feel the beat, feel the pride, see a culture being celebrated, and the love for the Washington Heights in this film In the Heights. In the Heights is a musical that celebrates the...

Superhero movie paves way for Asian representation

Superhero movie paves way for Asian representation

Dauntae Green, Managing Editor September 5, 2021

Get ready for a movie that makes new changes to the superhero genre with a full out Asian cast and crazy fighting action sequences with martial arts! Shang Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings is a Marvel...

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