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Documentary drums up attention

Documentary drums up attention

Student group P.E.A.C.E. shows an uplifting movie about community drum corp
Matt Ellis, Arts and Rec Editor April 25, 2021

Edward “Nardie” White and Albert Shumake provide Louisville, Kentucky kids with the opportunity to get involved with the long running River City Drum Corp. The documentary River City Drumbeat highlights...

Wall of framed pictures in the Say Their Names exhibit

“Say Their Name” art exhibit

Caleb Kahila, Assistant Arts and Rec Editor April 11, 2021

If there is one thing that will never fail to impress me, it is the impressive and insightful exhibits that will often be shown at Roberta's Art Gallery in the University Center. While a small gallery...

More than a village

More than a village

Matt Ellis, Arts and Rec Editor April 4, 2021

The Whitewater Arts Alliance hosts a collection of photographic images by Mark Lawrence McPhail titled “More Than a Village,” which documents his experience in Northern Uganda. The collection features...

Movie Poster for the High Note

The High Note brings musical nostalgia to Summers Auditorium

Caleb Kahila, Assistant Arts and Rec Editor March 28, 2021

While you can’t go wrong with a big blockbuster movie with over the top action and a high stakes plot, sometimes it’s the more down to earth movies that can be worthwhile. The High Note is one of those...

Senior, Jamie Love, a Theatre BA and English BA takes on the role of Antigone in the upcoming virtual play Antigone, Monday, March 8-14th.

Tragedy strikes again

Theatre and Dance Department presents Antigone
Matt Ellis, Arts and Rec Editor March 21, 2021

Antigone, the final installment of The Three Theban plays written by ancient greek writer Sophecles is a tragic tale of too much pride and the dark consequences it can have. The UW-Whitewater Theatre and...

Movie poster for The Miracle Season

Miracles do happen

Tissues required for watching The Miracle Season
Matt Ellis, Arts & Rec Editor March 7, 2021

After losing their first game of the season, the Iowa West high school volleyball team must now deal with an even bigger loss. The girls volleyball team lost their setter, but more importantly than friend...

Student recitals worth watching

Student recitals worth watching

Miranda Johnson plays the French horn
Caleb Kahila, Assistant Arts and Rec Editor February 28, 2021

Sometimes music can just be what one needs to lighten up their day. When it comes to college life, it seems that everything can get a little stressful. Whether it’s because of homework or just work in...

Magician Bill Blagg performs a trick where he multiples wine bottles Feb. 20 in the Young Auditorium.

Be ready to have your mind blown

Magician puts Young Auditorium in a trance
Matt Ellis, Arts and Rec Editor February 21, 2021

The Magic of Bill Blagg came to Whitewater Feb. 20, and did he put on a show. Blagg performed at the Young Auditorium Feb. 20 where he gave a performance the audience certainly enjoyed. Throughout the...

Picture of Summers Auditorium before filming. Summers Auditorium plans to film more movies celebrating African History Month throughout February.

“42” film hits a home run

Caleb Kahila, Assistant Arts & Recreation Editor February 14, 2021

“42” is one of the several important movies that the Summers Auditorium is playing in its lineup of films for this month to celebrate Black History Month, and if you're looking to do something that...

Warhawk Winterfest hypnotizes campus

Warhawk Winterfest hypnotizes campus

Matt Ellis, Arts and Rec Editor February 7, 2021

Hypnotist David Anthony put the campus in a trance Thursday, Feb. 4 as the 4th event of the University Center's Warhawk Winterfest. At first thought, most people would assume there's no way they...

The painting

Artist paints a picture of Black history

Matt Ellis, Arts and Rec Editor January 31, 2021

Mutope J. Johnson’s “Blue Through Brown Eyes” exhibit is featured throughout Black History Month online via Roberta's Art Gallery. It features pieces showing historical events, such as the march...

The movie poster for Freaky

A “Freaky” movie review

Matt Ellis, Arts and Rec Editor January 24, 2021

The University Center (UC) kicks off the spring semester showing of movies with the 2020 horror thriller movie Freaky. A film that features the likes of Vince Vaughn, Kathryn Newton and Celeste O’Connor....

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