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Dr. John Chenoweth, Interim Chancellor, gives the Chancellor’s Welcome Address on August 29th, 2022.

‘Our focus is on transforming lives’

Alicia Dougherty, Campus News Editor September 4, 2022

The fall of 2019 was the last time a chancellor had addressed the UW-Whitewater students, faculty, and staff without COVID-19 restrictions. That was until Interim Chancellor John Chenoweth was met with...

The best parts of best buddies

The best parts of best buddies

Miranda Ward, Assistant Lifestyle Editor February 13, 2022

There is something so heartwarming and rewarding about getting the opportunity to spend time and make friends with those who have an intellectual or developmental disability. Whitewater’s chapter of...

Plans take shape for strategic enrollment

Plans take shape for strategic enrollment

Brooklyn Stevenson, Campus News Editor February 6, 2022

Dr. Matt Aschenbrenner talks about the fourteen different plans for strategic enrollment. He briefly outlines each of them and quickly goes over them, but makes sure to mention the work put into these...

Democratic State Representative Don Vruwink

Our new normal

Don Vruwink, Democratic State Representative January 23, 2022

As we enter 2022, I think it’s safe to say the era of predictable unpredictability is not going away anytime soon.  In 2021, people were hoping that with vaccines they would get their old lives back...

The Warhawks Men’s basketball team huddles and cheers together before the game against the
University of Whitworth Saturday, Nov. 13. 2021.

Coronavirus halts men’s basketball momentum

Mikey Rottier, Assistant Sports Editor January 16, 2022

Wednesday, Jan. 12 the men’s basketball game between the UW-Whitewater Warhawks (11-5 overall, 4-1 WIAC) and the No. 2 UW-Platteville Pioneers (16-0 overall, 5-0 WIAC) was cancelled due to an outbreak...

I am leaving very happy with my choice to attend UW-Whitewater

I am leaving very happy with my choice to attend UW-Whitewater

Carina Lopez, Campus News Editor December 5, 2021

I am exactly 27 days away from graduating from UW-Whitewater at the time of writing this. That’s less than a month away and I can’t wrap my head around the fact that I will never have to do homework,...

Senior student services specialist Jodi Ratcliff interprets as Provost John Chenoweth explains the projected number of enrolled students this year at the Academic Affairs Fall Forum Tuesday, Aug. 24.

University surpasses enrollment goal for freshmen

Carina Lopez, Assistant News Editor September 5, 2021

New Provost John Chenoweth led the Academic Affairs Fall Forum this year centered on COVID-19 requirements and enrollment. As of Aug. 24, roughly 70 percent of UW-Whitewater employees had submitted their...

Freshman William Gustafson, from Freeport, Illinois, moved into Wells East with the help of his father Sunday, August 29th.  Gustafson plans on majoring in finance with plans to participate in intramurals.

Warhawks move to new nest

Felicity Knabenbauer, Lifestyle Editor August 29, 2021

Move-In Day on the UW-Whitewater campus has always been a bustling, fast-paced and slightly chaotic day for many incoming students moving into the dorms. However, due to the 10-day moving extension, the...

Warhawk running back Ronny Ponick evades a North Central defender. The UW-Whitewater football team makes its tenth appearance in the NCAA Division III national championship game, the Stagg Bowl, against North Central College (Illinois) at Woodforest Bank Stadium in Shenandoah, Texas, on Friday, Dec. 20, 2019. (UW-Whitewater photo/Craig Schreiner)

UW-W Football breakout player projection

Parker Rezner, Assistant Lifestyle Editor August 29, 2021

The 2019 Warhawks unfortunately could not end their season on a win, and were unable to redeem themselves in 2020 with a cancelled season. Two years is a long time between live snaps, and with that brings...

Christa Klais, Danielle Klais, and Briannah Klais all walk along the sidewalk going towards downtown Whitewater to enjoy the nice weather, Saturday, April 3.

Community vs COVID

Kylie Jacobs, Managing Editor April 4, 2021

As the spring season finally starts blooming, it seems COVID-19 season is finally seeing its end. Starting April 5, Governor Evers is making residents 16 and older eligible to receive the vaccine. Sports...

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