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Royal Purple

Founded 1901

Royal Purple

Founded 1901

Royal Purple

Haley Karlson (left) and Patrick McIntyre are all smiles during the show.

Mission IMPROVable, comedy accomplished

Liam Delmore, Arts and Rec Journalist February 4, 2024

At a time when university students are preparing for another semester of exams, jobs and extracurricular activities, one may find some momentary relief in a night of spontaneity and light-hearted humor....

Wisconsin Singers attract applause

Wisconsin Singers attract applause

Katie Zee, Arts and Rec Journalist February 4, 2024

What do “Burn” from “Hamilton,” “Killer Queen” from the band Queen, and “What Time Is It?” from “Highschool Musical 2” all have in common? They were just a few of the over 50 songs...

Painted Soul digital art by Will Timlin

Mesmerizing Memoria exhibit

Dauntae Green, Editor January 21, 2024

Welcome to a tour of another world, another dimension that is in the past, present and future through memories of time ticking by each second that comes off as chaos, blurriness, space and fragmentation...

Derick Riese looking at Anthony Cerullis art

History from another view

Parker Olsen, Managing Editor November 26, 2023

Roberta’s Art Gallery in the UC has welcomed a wide variety of exhibits over the semester. Until Dec. 11, UW-Whitewater students and anyone in the Whitewater community may visit the gallery to gaze upon...

Class of 2027 by Lydia Felder

Seniors showcase art

Josh Stoughton, Arts & Rec Editor November 19, 2023

Every semester, UW-Whitewater’s Crossman Gallery, located in the Greenhill Center of the Arts, hosts an art exhibition showcasing art pieces created by Whitewater BA & BSE Art seniors. These pieces...

First place winner Carolyn Ellefson accepts their award

Exhibit showcases student art

Josh Stoughton, Arts & Rec Editor October 22, 2023

UW-Whitewater's Crossman Gallery exhibited new artwork in their “Juried Student Art Exhibition” that was held Oct. 9 to Oct. 26. This exhibit displayed all ranges of art, such as paintings, sculptures,...

Wrecked show digs up dark past

Wrecked show digs up dark past

Wil Vollentine, Arts & Rec Assistant Editor October 8, 2023

UW-Whitewater presents “Wreckage” by Sally Stubbs, directed by Bruce Cohen. The play takes place in Vancouver, Canada, and follows Violet, a young woman who is out looking for the truth about her missing...

Megan Koelblinger takes the time to learn more about the art within the Crossman Gallery on September 11th for her World of The Arts class

Crossman Gallery’s deep look at water

Emmalee Empey, Journalist September 17, 2023

The Crossman Gallery, located at 950 W. Main St. in the Greenhill Center of the Arts, held the opening reception for their new exhibition titled “Water” Sept. 13. Utilizing a variety of unique artwork,...

Artwork by Della Wells

‘Of Chicken, Myths & Fantasy: It Is Storied Tales Drives Our Dreams’

Katie Zee March 27, 2023

Della Wells is an artist from Milwaukee who taught herself her craft. Her art is mainly collage-based, and it has been displayed throughout Milwaukee as well as in New York City. From March 6th through...

All that jazz

All that jazz

Katie Zee March 13, 2023

The Department of Music was proud to present their Jazz Ensemble I winter concert Friday, Mar. 10. Professor Michael Hackett directed the show at Light Recital Hall in the Center of the Arts.  The...

Pirates of Penzance - bringing pirates to UW-W

Pirates come to campus

Katie Zee, Arts & Rec Editor February 20, 2023

Students at UW-Whitewater had their pirate hats and eyepatches on for this swashbuckling adventure of show! Pirates of Penzance was a show in our own Barnett Theatre from Feb. 15-19. Going into the show,...

Dauood Naimyar on stage performing one of his comedy routines.

Dauood Naimyar jokes bringing people together

Dauntae Green, Editor February 6, 2023

Muslim Afghan-American comedian Dauood Naimyar visited the University of Whitewater Feb. 2 at 7 p.m. at the University Center Down Under to make everybody laugh from the dark humor, jabs at the audience,...

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