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UW-W chemistry student selected for national program

UW-W chemistry student selected for national program
Katherine Ceschi will study on Long Island
April 24, 2018

Over 130 students nationwide applied but only 24 were selected; Senior Chemistry Major Katherine Ceschi was one of them. Ceschi was selected to attend a six week program during the summer at Brookhaven...

Congressional ban on gun control

Congressional ban on gun control
April 23, 2018

Gun violence is often touted as an argument of haves and have-nots, but we should have this conversation from the premise of research. In 1996, Congress passed the Dickey Amendment as part of the omnibus...

Video game used for STEM workshop education

Video game used for STEM workshop education
April 15, 2018

Children gathered last week at Irwin. L Young Memorial Library in Whitewater to build their very own virtual city. On Saturday, April 7, the library hosted its Super STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering...

Facebook goes to Washington

Facebook goes to Washington
April 9, 2018

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg will testify on to the Senate and House next week on Tuesday, April 10 and Wednesday, April 11. Zuckerberg will appear in front of the Senate judiciary and the commerce...

Far Cry 5 gameplay disputes former critics

Far Cry 5 gameplay disputes former critics
April 9, 2018

Before it received a 9/10 from GameSpot and 8.9/10 from ign.com, Far Cry 5 was muddled in controversy because of its story. After its release however, that criticism may have been misguided. Far Cry...

Heavy is the hand that holds the hymnal

April 3, 2018

Over Spring Break, I attended Easter Sunday service with my family, like I do every year. Except four years ago, I stopped practicing religion. I grew up Lutheran, but post-confirmation I went through...

Lambeau Tobacco leaps into Whitewater

A Lambeau Tobacco employee finalizes a transaction while owner Buck Wazwaz sets up a display case behind the register.
March 11, 2018

Moe Awad, the general manager of Lambeau Tobacco, works in an interesting setting. Behind him are construction noises, hanging wires and wallpapered, leftover dressing stalls with doors still intact from...

Workshop gives glimpse into new learning system

February 26, 2018

The University of Wisconsin system is switching from a Learning Management System (LMS) to a Digital Learning Environment (DLE). This is fancy mumbo-jumbo talk for the initiative incorporating more...

Sotherland Customs focuses on fitness

Some bicycles in the Sotherland Custom shop are hanging in the back of the BicycleWise store. John Sotherland has been working with bicycles for nearly 40 years. He launched BicycleWise in 2001.
February 26, 2018

Sotherland Customs hosted an open house for the community Feb. 24, showcasing how the shop can support people’s passion to get out and ride. John Sotherland owns the business located in the BicycleWise...

Snapchat botches facelift in latest app update

Snapchat botches facelift in latest app update
February 21, 2018

Snapchat, the social media platform popular with millennials and their younger counterparts, has received harsh criticism after rolling out a new update at the beginning of February. The biggest shift...

Alcohol council serves new view

A pack of beer on the counter at Simply Convenient, a liquor store in Whitewater. Liquor stores need a wholesale license to sell alcohol in the state of Wisconsin.
February 19, 2018

It sounds like the start of a college joke. Three people--a student, a housing rep, and a retired teacher--walk into a bar. And that bar was just given its full service license by the three: Jimmy...

Career fair seeks UWW students

Career fair seeks UWW students
February 12, 2018

Izzy Martinez represents CollegePossible, a non-profit organization that guides high school kids through college and into the workforce. If there’s anyone who knows how important it is to get real-world...

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