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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...

Guest speaker cites white rage in 2010 elections

Guest speaker cites ‘white rage’ in 2010 elections

March 5, 2014

Student captures controversial comments by guest speaker March 5, 2014 By Alexandria Zamecnik   A speaker whose comments stirred up controversy in a general education class has pushed...

Despite student concern, UW-Whitewater remains open in cold

Despite student concern, UW-Whitewater remains open in cold

February 12, 2014

Feb. 12, 2014 By Vesna Brajkovic   With campus closings and class cancellations throughout Wisconsin due to dropping temperatures and harsh wind chills, some students are wondering why UW-Whitewater...

New name for Carlson Hall likely

April 11, 2012

Carlson Hall will soon be known as Laurentide Hall, pending approval from the UW System Board of Regents. The board will meet tomorrow at UW-Superior, and the name request is on its agenda. Associate...

University adds three new majors

January 25, 2012
UW-Whitewater named three new majors in the College of Letters & Sciences this year for the first time since 1995. The majors include Japanese, computer science and environmental science.

Work officially begins on Carlson Hall in November

October 12, 2011
Construction crews began gutting out the interior of Carlson Hall a couple weeks ago. The renovations will take approximately nine months, with next fall as the estimated move-in date for the College of Letters and Sciences.

New major may focus on environmental sciences

April 27, 2011
The College of Letters and Sciences is hoping to approve a new environmental science major to help students understand the importance in natural issues. Dean of College of Letters and Sciences Mary Pinkerton said the new major would be a great addition to the college.
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