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Royal Purple

Uniting through communication

November 4, 2019

I think the first thing you need to do to understand my story is to understand me. I’m incredibly gifted. I graduated from UW Whitewater in 2019 with a Masters in Business Administration, having achieved a 4.0 GPA. I was very involved on campus, becoming a part of several student orgs and taking a ...

Professor strives to promote unity

Olivia Storey, Assistant News Editor

April 8, 2019

Every semester on campus, students from around the world come to study at UW-W while students from UW-W study around the world. But people may not think about how many professors visit other universities around the world, and how many come here to help enlighten students in areas they may have never co...

Letter to the Editor: Budget cuts put paychecks over higher education

March 29, 2016

March 29, 2016 I am writing this letter because I have been encouraged by colleagues to keep writing in hopes that there will be changes in the future. I tried to think about what would be best to write about, but any topic is too great to be truly comprehended in one short letter. The complexities of every i...

Internet: privatized commodity or right?

October 30, 2013

Josh Hafemeister On Tuesday, Aug. 20, the founder of Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg, posted an article on his Facebook page titled “Is Connectivity a Human Right?” In this article, Zuckerberg said all people are entitled to access the Internet. That same month, Internet.org opened up to the public. As it s...

Student-teacher relations rely on communication

May 8, 2013

  Students have heard of this before. A student doesn’t know his or her grade and has no idea how they are doing in the class. Teachers change what they have scheduled on the syllabus. These situations are nothing new in college. The issue, however, is that students and teachers do not always...

Satisfy your sweet tooth at the SweetSpot

Satisfy your sweet tooth at the SweetSpot

May 1, 2013

  Most kids dream of becoming firefighters, ballerinas, policemen, teachers or doctors. They play pretend and envision what it would be like in the future. For most children, these dreams are slowly replaced with other aspirations as they grow older. Not for Lacey Reichwald. Reichwald has...

Communication department making changes for next year

May 4, 2011

Massive changes in the journalism and advertising programs are going to help prepare students for the “real world.” “We [the communication department] are finding that employers want their employees ... to know how to work with content and the web, so incorporating these new courses will give...

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