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Forget breakfast just give me coffee

Jessica Rawski, Biz & Tech Editor

September 30, 2019

Black coffee does not suit me. I don’t like the flavor and if I add sugar and creamer, it will only make me bounce off the walls more than if I somehow just choked down the coffee in the first place. I love lattes and Frappucci...

Whitewater should step ahead: Go Solar

Ethan Maurice, Sports Editor

September 30, 2019

Building a new dorm is a great achievement for the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater. However, without solar panels the dorm is not the achievement it could’ve been. As a member of Students Allied for a Green Earth, or S....

Proud to find home at the Royal Purple

Kaylee Pryble, Arts & Rec Editor

September 30, 2019

I am ecstatic to be the new Arts and Rec Editor for the Royal Purple. When I was a kid, starting just before kindergarten so four or five, I would be glued to the news whenever it was on TV (I was a bit of a weird child, I k...

No, I don’t want to hit your JUUL

Olivia Storey, News Editor

September 24, 2019

Let me establish that I’m all for the freedoms and whatnot that we have as people. You are free to smoke as much nicotine and tobacco as you want. But I don’t want it in my face, or even on my campus. If you’re like...

MAGD major with an extra $20 a month

September 24, 2019

As an MAGD major I realized we are getting the short straw in terms of treatment here at UW-Whitewater. I have taken multiple courses in the MAGD department such as; MAGD 210, MAGD 220, and MAGD 271, all of these courses have...

Parking problems burden students

Savannah Hernandez, Assisant News Editor

September 24, 2019

Finding a parking space after leaving campus on Friday and returning Sunday night is becoming increasingly difficult. Parking by my dorm is already a tight squeeze because of how there are an exact amount of cars to match parking...

Managing editor thanks paper for confidence in self

Scout Springgate, Managing Editor

September 16, 2019

As the managing editor for the Royal Purple this year, I plan to use my position to further my journalistic experience and create a memorable senior year. When I entered the UW-W scene in 2016 as a freshman, I had no journ...

Issues arise for Warhawk’s laundry in local residence halls

September 16, 2019

It is already bad enough to do laundry in college, when you have to go downstairs multiple times a day, carrying your heavy laundry, and have the machines be continuously full. It’s even worse when you have to walk all the way...

Why deaf awareness month matters to everyone

September 16, 2019

I’m Jack Burrows, a senior here at UW-W. I transferred here last fall and have no regrets. I am an Electronic Media major with a minor in Corporate Communications. I play the trombone in the trombone ensemble here at UW-W. I...

New Hall not prepared for students

Nick Matsunaga

September 9, 2019

Dear Royal Purple Reader, The New Hall has become tiresome to become accommodated with. To begin, the time of estimated completion was scheduled for three to four months prior to the fall 2019 semester. That date was bumped ...

Message from Chancellor Watson

Dr. Dwight Watson, Chancellor

September 9, 2019

Dear Warhawks, Welcome to the 2019-20 academic year. For some of you, this day marks the first day of your last year on campus. For others, like me, it marks the first day of your first year at UW-Whitewater. No matter where ...

Chaos in the making towards another successful year

Catherine Smith, Editor

September 9, 2019

While the chaos of the beginning of the year is at play, freshman take on one of the greatest challenges and changes that life can offer; professors return back to campus to indulge in academia for our beneficial future, and p...

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