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Founded 1901

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WCC program specialist Aaron Broadwater introduces himself before attendees at Mutual presentation Tuesday, Dec 6, 2022 in the WCC.

‘Solidarity not charity’

Alicia Dougherty, Campus News Editor
December 11, 2022
A bittersweet farewell

A bittersweet farewell

Alicia Dougherty, Campus News Editor
December 5, 2022
Students’ decorative graduation caps sit on display during the Fall 2016 commencement ceremony. Changes in this year’s commencement activities are due to the large crowds from students and families.

Bright future ahead for December grads

Alicia Dougherty, Campus News Editor
December 4, 2022
People gather at the UW-Whitewater Warhawk Connection Center to listen to a presentation on the origins of Thanksgiving Nov. 22 2022.

The origin of Thanksgiving

Alicia Dougherty, Campus News Editor
November 28, 2022
Underground Cutz owner Cesar Mendoza cuts a students hair in the Anderson Library lower level November 14, 2022.

Hairstylists give back to hometown

Alicia Dougherty, Campus News Editor
November 20, 2022
Mark Zimmerman, president of the Student Veteran Alliance, takes a moment of silence before sharing his story of being in the service and how resiliency was the key both during his time overseas as well as adapting to life back at home during the Veteran’s Day Assembly held in the UC Old Ballroom on Nov. 11, 2022.

Rebuilding support for our veterans

Alicia Dougherty, Campus News Editor
November 13, 2022
Copy of 2021 crime stats

Annual Security and Fire Safety Report

Alicia Dougherty, Campus News Editor
November 6, 2022
Student orgs march in homecoming parade October, 2021.

2022 Homecoming preview

Alicia Dougherty, Campus News Editor
October 23, 2022
Psychology club arranges pinwheels in a peace sign on the front lawn of the University Center.

Pinwheels for peace

Alicia Dougherty, Campus News Editor
September 25, 2022
Yadira Foulkner dances with her daughter at the Latinos Unidos Annual Cookout Thursday, Sept. 15 2022.

Supporting dreams and becoming family

Alicia Dougherty, Campus News Editor
September 18, 2022
Archived photo from September 19, 2021 of Pumkin Chai Latte from Deloitte Cafe in the Timothy J. Hyland hall

[Photo] Delicious fall drinks

Katie Zee, Journalist
September 11, 2022
Dr. John Chenoweth, Interim Chancellor, gives the Chancellor’s Welcome Address on August 29th, 2022.

‘Our focus is on transforming lives’

Alicia Dougherty, Campus News Editor
September 4, 2022
Rachel Meister (right) welcomes Emily Cornwall (left) into the Delta Zeta house, for move-in day.

Moving out of pandemic and onto campus

Alicia Dougherty, Campus News Editor
September 4, 2022
Money Talks

Money Talks

Alicia Dougherty, Editor
April 17, 2022
UW-W Accounting Major Alyssa Schuyler

Being accountable

Alicia Dougherty, Editor
March 27, 2022
Bringing the cheer

Bringing the cheer

Alicia Dougherty, Editor
September 19, 2021
Karen Mccullogh, co-owner of The Book Teller, stands behind a bank teller window. The book and handmade products store was once one of the banks here in Whitewater! The store still has features from the old bank that was once there: the money vault, which customers can still enter to find some mystery books, and the old bank teller window.

Treasures just down the street

Alicia Dougherty, Assistant News Editor
May 2, 2021
Getting Student Affairs in order

Getting Student Affairs in order

Alicia Dougherty, Assistant News Editor
April 25, 2021
Dean John Chenoweth, center, and faculty from the College of Business and Economics arrive at Young Auditorium for the State of the University Address.  The new academic year opened at UW-Whitewater with the Chancellors State of the University address preceded by a breakfast for new staff, on Monday, August 29, 2016.  (UW-Whitewater photo/Craig Schreiner) DIGITAL MANIPULATION OF PHOTOGRAPHS OTHER THAN NORMAL MINIMAL CROPPING AND TONING IS PROHIBITED., CREDIT PHOTOS: UW-WHITEWATER PHOTO/CRAIG SCHREINER

New provost named

Alicia Dougherty, Assistant News Editor
April 11, 2021
Joint Committee on Finance Clerk, Joe Malkasian holds up a sign to inform a speaker that they
have no more remaining time, each speaker at the public hearing was allowed two minutes of
time.

Testify

Alicia Dougherty, Assistant News Editor
April 11, 2021
Money on the mind

Money on the mind

Alicia Dougherty, Assistant News Editor
April 4, 2021
Think big and be bold

‘Think big and be bold’

Alicia Dougherty, Assistant News Editor
March 28, 2021
DIGITAL MANIPULATION OF PHOTOGRAPHS OTHER THAN NORMAL MINIMAL CROPPING AND TONING IS PROHIBITED., CREDIT PHOTOS: UW-WHITEWATER PHOTO/CRAIG SCHREINER

The search is on

Alicia Dougherty, Assistant News Editor
March 21, 2021
UW-Whitewater juniors Mackenzie Phelps, Ryan Santas, Juan Chavez and Dennison Cruz-Gonzalez say they were in the parking lot walking to their car in the early morning of March 5 around 1:55 a.m.  when they saw Will Schultz quarreling with a female bartender.

Assault witnesses come forward

Alicia Dougherty, Assistant Campus News Editor
March 14, 2021
UW-Whitewater freshman Will Schultz is shown left in an image taken from a TikTok story alleging he assaulted a female bartender. Schultz is pictured on the right in a mens basketball team photo.

UW-W student investigated for assaults

Alicia Dougherty, Assistant News Editor
March 7, 2021
Staff support you

Staff support you

Alicia Dougherty, Assistant News Editor
March 7, 2021
Vice President of UW-W Doctors Without Borders student chapter Rebecca Cohen

Fighting the stigma of eating disorders

Alicia Dougherty, Assistant News Editor
February 28, 2021
The UW-Whitewater community held a candlelight vigil Feb. 17 for alum Purcell Pearson who
was fatally shot in downtown Milwaukee.

Campus mourns loss of beloved alum

Alicia Dougherty, Assistant News Editor
February 21, 2021
Cameron and Karen Clinton-Earl enjoy working in different departments on the UW-Whitewater campus.

Stories of love and wisdom

Alicia Dougherty, Assistant News Editor
February 7, 2021
Political Science Department Chair Jolly Emrey discusses the importance of civil communication for advancing equal rights in American society.

Breaking barriers and building futures

Alicia Dougherty, Assistant News Editor
January 31, 2021
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