Founded 1901

Royal Purple

Founded 1901

Royal Purple

Founded 1901

Royal Purple

Latinos Unidos and the Sustainability Office worked together to create an plant pot making event that was both informative and fun to explain all about plant diversity in Latin America. (photos by Katie Zee)

The plant diversity of Latin America

Katie Zee, Assistant Arts & Rec Editor April 17, 2023

Did you know that there’s a ton of interesting plant species in Latin America? On April 13, Latinos Unidos and the Sustainability Office worked together to create an event that was both informative and...

Sara J. Griffin

Director inspired by students’ ‘lightbulb moments’

Dauntae Green, Editor January 29, 2023

In the UW-W Theatre and Dance Department, there’s a bright lecturer named Sara Griffin who really knows how to make students shine on stage. What stands out for her is being passionate about helping...

A collection of Whitewater’s Chambers Singers, Choir Concert, and Symphony Orchestra perform “A World of Joy” arranged by Cary Fry.

Sounds of the season

Ivy Steege, Arts & Rec Editor December 12, 2022

“New” was the theme of the 2022 UW-Whitewater Gala Holiday Concert. With a fresh-faced interim Department Chair, an original fundraiser and the nixing of COVID-19 restrictions, this year’s performance...

Nadlia Wolowik, as the the pilot in Grounded, contemplates her pregnancy after a short-fling with a man from her hometown.

An afar war seen up close

Ivy Steege, Assistant Arts & Rec Editor December 4, 2022

One actor does not seem like enough to fill a whole theatrical stage. The wrong script, actor, or technical elements can make a one-act show monotonous. However, this was not the case for the Whitewater...

 Mike Papp (Left) presses his attack on Whitewater senior James Kelley (Right)

Fencing Club hosts first-ever tournament

Ivy Steege, Arts & Rec Editor November 28, 2022

Sword Fights have dominated the big screen since film was first invented. We watch pirates and knights compete with weapons that we can’t imagine handling. Surprisingly there is a UW-Whitewater organization...

Teresa Lind and Ariana Berman’s piece “Still Standing” (center) is displayed in the Crossman Gallery.

New exhibit features mentorship

Anne Gernetzke, Arts and Recreation Assistant Editor October 2, 2022

The Crossman Gallery is open and ready to welcome visitors to their Mentor/Mentee Exhibition in the Greenhill Center of the Arts. The exhibition runs until Oct. 28 featuring work by faculty members and...

Professors Mathew Onstad and Chris Ramaekers play trumpet at the Music Mosaics Faculty Showcase Sept. 24 2022.

Music Department faculty showcase talent

Anne Gernetzke, Arts and Recreation Assistant Editor September 25, 2022

UW-Whitewater’s Department of Music faculty started the Music Mosaics season off on a high note with its faculty showcase in the Center of the Arts Light Recital Hall Sept. 24. Audience members were...

Copy of 2. Elwood Warren Bartletts piece Deserted Creamery

Woodcut art leaves an experience

Gracia Boley, Journalist September 25, 2022

The Whitewater’s Art Alliance showcased Elwood Warren Bartlett’s woodcut pieces. Roughly 40 pieces were presented and had been collected by Dan Richardson. The show duration was from Sept. 2-25 at...

Professor, student publish Scottish anthology

Professor, student publish Scottish anthology

Benjamin Pierce, Managing Editor February 25, 2019

A duo from UW-Whitewater is bringing a bit of Scotland to the United States. After spending three years on the project, UW-W professor Patrick Moran and senior Nicole Chermak recently finished a book,...

Hope helps prevent suicide

Hope helps prevent suicide

Brenda Echeverria, Arts & Rec Editor November 15, 2017

In 2014, at least 7,388 U.S. veterans committed suicide, and 133 were from Wisconsin, according to the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA). In response, the Wisconsin Department of Veterans Affairs...

Atlanta TV show review

Ashley McCallum, Co-Editor in Chief January 10, 2017

By Ashley McCallum Oct. 30, 2016   Donald Glover has been using words to power his success as a television, stand-up comedy and rap music writer since his career began in 2006 as a writer...

Warhawk video graveyard part two

Tyler McNamer, Staff Writer October 12, 2016

From the womb…to the tomb. Deadly kids are causing mayhem and chaos wherever they go, but who would ever guess it was them? In this week's iteration of the Warhawk Video Graveyard, we're going to test...

Load More Stories

Comments (0)

The Royal Purple encourages readers to voice their opinions via the online comments section. Comments may be monitored for appropriateness and viewer safety. If a comment is harassing, threatening or inappropriate in nature, it may be taken down with editor's discretion.
All Royal Purple Picks Reader Picks Sort: Newest
Activate Search
Founded 1901
Arts & Rec