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Dr. John Chenoweth, Interim Chancellor, welcomes all of the award recipients, alumni, and guest attendees at the Founder’s Day event.

“Building confidence through accuracy”: a Look into the 2022-2023 Fiscal Budget

Katie Popp, Journalist October 2, 2022

Interim chancellor John Chenoweth hosted the Budget Town Hall meeting on Tuesday, Sept. 27 to discuss this year’s fiscal budget plan, as well as reflect on the previous year’s budget. The meeting highlighted...

Prospective senatorial representatives for Esker Dining Hall prior to the interview by the WSG panel on Sept. 19.

Student government extends support for organizations

Katie Popp, Assistant Campus News Editor September 25, 2022

On Sept. 19, Whitewater Student Government appointed five new senators to their eboard and elected an additional three. During the meeting, the board addressed additional planning for the year, as well...

Chancellor search underway

Chancellor search underway

Dauntae Green, Editor September 18, 2022

A search committee from the University of Wisconsin System is working on the search for a new chancellor for UW-Whitewater. They facilitated listening sessions from 2 - 3 p.m. Monday, Sept. 12 and 5 p.m....

WSG President Davin Stavroplos expresses his confidence in backing Dr. Robin Fox as the new Interim Provost.

Campus thanks former interim chancellor

Ivy Steege, Campus News Editor April 17, 2022

After the recent resignation of Interim Chancellor Jim Henderson, members of the community have been talking about the university struggling to maintain a long-term chancellor. However, this does not seem...

Executive Board Members of the Whitewater Student Government watch as the live screening of Monday’s meeting gets set up.

Student government creates group to prevent sexual misconduct

Ivy Steege, Campus News Editor April 3, 2022

It has been a little less than a month since the Whitewater Student Government (WSG) unanimously passed the Student Life Advancement Act of 2022, which aimed to make Whitewater more of a community for...

Members of the Whitewater Student Government address their praises and concerns surrounding the Student Life Advancement Act of 2022.

Student Life Advancement Act passes

Ivy Steege, Campus News Editor March 6, 2022

The student retention rate is an important topic at UW-Whitewater due to the prior decline in returning students due to factors such as the pandemic. As enrollment rises again, the Whitewater Student Government...

Campus crime drops in 2020

Campus crime drops in 2020

Brooklyn Stevenson, Campus News Editor February 20, 2022

The most recent University of Wisconsin-Whitewater Police Department Annual Security and Fire Safety Report includes with updated information since it’s original release in September 2021. The charts...

Who wants a longer winter break?

Who wants a longer winter break?

Brooklyn Stevenson, Campus News Editor February 13, 2022

Interim Vice-Chancellor of Administrative Affairs Jeff Arnold talked to the Whitewater Student Government Feb. 1 about the budget as far as funds the university has and its sources. Despite budget cuts,...

Plans take shape for strategic enrollment

Plans take shape for strategic enrollment

Brooklyn Stevenson, Campus News Editor February 6, 2022

Dr. Matt Aschenbrenner talks about the fourteen different plans for strategic enrollment. He briefly outlines each of them and quickly goes over them, but makes sure to mention the work put into these...

New representatives sworn into student government

New representatives sworn into student government

Brooklyn Stevenson, Campus News Editor January 30, 2022

The Whitewater Student Government (WSG) meeting began with a 12 to 2 vote that resulted in the election of a new senator to new speaker Jan. 24. In addition a new clerk was sworn in, and new senators were...

Faculty Senate talks COVID mandates and more

Brooklyn Stevenson, Campus News Editor January 23, 2022

With much debate about how to improve the way faculty deals with the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, the Faculty Senate meeting on Jan. 18 was packed full of different issues and points of view.  “Omicron...

Members of the faculty senate discussing agenda topics at the meeting on December 7, 2021

Faculty Senate presents data on budgets, hiring

Brooklyn Stevenson, Assistant Campus News Editor December 12, 2021

 A Faculty Senate meeting was held at the University Center with much debate about the 2023-2024 calendar, the December resolution for graduates, and data surrounding hired staff and budgets. Before...

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