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Alternatives to a Bachelor’s Degree

Evan Halpop, Multimedia Editor

September 9, 2019

It is that time of the year again where students flood campuses across the United States aiming to earn their bachelors’ degree. Yet, there are always a group of students that don’t know if they are capable of earning the...

Lifestyle editor grateful to have another year

Katelyn Black, Lifestyle Editor

September 2, 2019

Dear Royal Purple Reader, Welcome to an exciting new school year - new professors, new classes, new memories to make and a million new chances to improve from last year. The idea of a new beginning is always exciting. For as long...

A freshman looks ahead to a new year

Savannah Hernandez, Assistant News Editor

September 2, 2019

I always knew I was going to go to college one day, but now that that day is finally here, it feels a little surreal. Moving away to college always seemed like a destination on the horizon until it was right in front of my fa...

Time management and taking time for you

Jackson Mihm, Assistant Lifestyle Editor

September 2, 2019

Getting ready for the school year is a big task. Many students underestimate the benefits of preparing for the upcoming school year before it starts. Whether it’s the first day of school or starting the last semester in college, t...

Thanks for the memories, good times Royal Purple staff

Nicole Aimone, Editor-in-Chief

May 6, 2019

I’ve wanted to be a journalist since I was 10 years old. Most kids would say they wanted to be an astronaut or a princess, and then there was me proudly announcing that I was going to be a reporter. Trust me, the adults in the...

The people of the RP have forever changed me

Benjamin Pierce, Managing Editor

May 6, 2019

Writer Anna Taylor once said, “Some people arrive and make such a beautiful impact on your life, you can barely remember what life was like without them.” When I arrived at the Royal Purple and the University of Wisconsin...

Whitewater student says students deserve better in GenEd

April 29, 2019

A Liberal Arts education, where students learn about a broad range of disciplines, is an important part of a free society. A breadth of knowledge enables students to be well-rounded as they mature, which is why GenEd requirements ...

Football schedule could mean more success

Tyler Job, Sports Editor

April 29, 2019

The Warhawk football team released its schedule for the 2019 season April 22, and a lot of it involves much familiarity from last year. UW-W starts off the year against the University of Dubuque [Iowa] and Concordia-Moorhead C...

Get up, get out

Benjamin Pierce, Managing Editor

April 22, 2019

Spring is here in full force. The temperatures are in the 60s and 70s for the first time in months (thank god), so be sure to get out and enjoy it. Whether it’s going for a walk with your dog or sitting on the deck drinking and play...

Warhawk lobbies for more knowledge on disabilities

April 22, 2019

The disability determination process has become a controversial issue in todays society. According to the federal government, the Social Security Administration defines disability as any condition that is severe enough to rule out a ...

Student says residents should support of Child Victim’s Act

April 22, 2019

One out of five children are sexually assaulted in Wisconsin and 90 percent are not reported. Child sexual abuse happens way more often than most know. Many people isolate themselves after experiencing that much trauma, they...

UW-W student lobbies for lower parking permit costs

April 15, 2019

UW-Whitewater should lower the price of having a permit for your car when you are living on campus. I think that is just too much money to ask for when you have your car parked for most of your on-campus life. All I am asking is tha...

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