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Royal Purple

The original Warhawks logo, first published in a Royal Purple September of 1972

Did you know UW-W once had an Indigenous logo?

Parker Olsen, Sports Editor February 13, 2022

The world is changing, but not everyone is changing at the same speed. Indigenous nicknames and logos have been in sports for a century, recently professional, collegiate and high school teams have ditched...

Long Vue, center, collaborates with Claire Holzschuh, left, a public health educator with the Menasha Health Department, and Susana Guerra, right, a volunteer with Casa Hispana, to assist residents registering at a free COVID-19 vaccine clinic in Menasha. (Photo: Dan Powers / USA TODAY NETWORK-Wisconsin)

Northeastern Wisconsin’s surge in diversity forged by opportunity, grit and inclusion

Natalie Eilbert, Contributor February 6, 2022

Long Vue remembers eggs being splattered over his parents’ car after he and his family arrived in Kaukauna, Wisconsin in 1980. He recalls the vitriolic shouts from white residents telling them to go...

James Kates is a professor in the Department of Communication. He worked as an editor at metropolitan newspapers for 25 years.

‘Look at news that challenges your assumptions’

September 26, 2021

Here’s a confession: When I’m looking for a quick read on the news, sometimes I’ll turn to the Drudge Report. Maybe you’re familiar with the site. It’s a “news aggregator,” meaning it...

Faculty Senate looks at more potential growth

February 22, 2012

Change was the theme at last Tuesday’s Faculty Senate meeting. The centerpiece of that discussion was the growth agenda performance proposal, which UW System President Kevin Reilly had asked the universities...

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