Royal Purple

GOP students, faculty speak up

Kimberly Wethal, Co-Editor in Chief

December 14, 2016

Editor’s Note: *Names have been changed to protect source integrity. In a continuation from the story “‘No matter who won, we lost’” from two editions ago, three of the many conservative voices on campus take their place in the spotlight. The challenge to several states, leading to a recou...

Students kayak Rock River with new device

Emily Lepkowski, News Editor

October 7, 2016

As the water glistened and kayaks moved downstream, a group of students set out with University of Wisconsin-Whitewater professor Eric Compas in May for 11 days. The group arrived at the Rock River equipped with newly developed water quality probes in hopes to expand knowledge, emphasize the importa...

Pulitzer prize-winning author addresses students

April 26, 2016

By Nathan Kober April 27, 2016   The powerful effect of climate change was the major topic of Pulitzer Prize-winning author Elizabeth Kolbert’s lecture for the Contemporary Issues Lecture Series at UW-Whitewater’s Young Auditorium. Her appearance was part of the annual lecture series sp...

Physics program recognized by national institution

February 2, 2016

By Kimberly Wethal Feb. 3, 2016 Having a graduating class of 10 students would be troubling for some departments at UW-Whitewater, but it was enough to name the university as one of the top physics-degree granting institutions. The recognition was awarded to UW-W late last year by the American Institute...

On the chopping block: $250 million cut to UW System means $5.8 million loss for UW-W

September 30, 2015

By Kimberly Wethal News Editor Emily Lepkowski Staff Editor While the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater didn’t lose the most money when the state budget was finalized (UW-Madison shouldered the largest loss with a reduction of $52.8 million), UW-W saw the amount of state assistance for educat...

Advising promotes a four-year plan

Advising promotes a four-year plan

April 3, 2013

  Andrew Muwonge will graduate this spring with a bachelor of fine arts degree in theatre, which would be impressive to many. What may be even more impressing is that he was able to complete his degree in four years. He has been a part of 11 different shows during his time and spent more than 180 hours making sets and costumes. Despite his involvement, Muwonge sai...

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