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BIG READ books focus on Hmong cultural identity

It was storytime, and Shannon Dozoryst read Louie’s book out loud. When Dozoryst spoke, the community curiously listened, and were eager to learn. - photo courtesy of Young Auditorium
The Young Auditorium bring’s the Hmong Culture to the Community
October 4, 2020

The Young Auditorium received a federal grant from the National Endowment for the Arts (NEA) in Sept. 2020. NEA partnered with a not-for-profit organization, The Arts Midwest. This organization administers...

Chamber of Trivia

Chamber of Trivia
March 11, 2018

Warhawks showcased their knowledge of everything Gryffindor, Hufflepuff and Slytherin to flex their literary muscles. Set up in the Down Under, students were tasked with head. Scratching trivia questions...

Poetry as an outlet

Poet Kyla Lacey performs her work on Feb. 22 at the Down Under in the University Center.
February 26, 2018

Some topics are hard to talk about, but as poet Kyla Lacey says, “the conversation may stop, but the racism continues.” This was one of the ideas behind her poem titled “White Privilege,” which...

New York theater group comes to UW-W

New York theater group comes to UW-W
October 9, 2013

Students can experience classic story ‘Fahrenheit 451’ adapted to play form: By Lea Staedtler   Ray Bradbury’s dystopian novel “Fahrenheit 451” has long been a classic read in many...

College freshmen top three reading list

Review by Managing Editor Abbie Reetz
September 4, 2013

  1. “A Game of Thrones” by George R.R. Martin If you haven’t jumped on the “Game of Thrones” bandwagon yet, you’re missing out on a key part of college culture. “A Game of Thrones”...

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