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Every students worst fear

Every students’ worst fear

Corbin Giese, Graphic Designer December 5, 2022

ANIMAL HOUSE – A comic created in honor of former UW-W student and official party animal John Belushi

Brianna Johnson, left, a mathematics education major from Milwaukee, and her sister Anna Melamed celebrate outside the Williams Center after commencement on Saturday, Dec. 18, 2021. (UW-Whitewater photos/Craig Schreiner)

A special spring commencement

Ivy Steege, Campus News Editor May 1, 2022

The smiles of 2022 UW-W graduates shined extra bright this year. Not only was it the first in-person spring commencement since 2019, but masks were also lifted on campus just in time for the event. UW-Whitewater...

Follow what makes you happy

Follow what makes you happy

Logan Komprood, Advertising Manager May 1, 2022

My time at UW-Whitewater has been quite spectacular! I did not have the typical college experience that most UW-Whitewater students have. I began my college career at Madison College where I studied...

 Co-president of Outdoor Adventure club goes over their trip to a national park.

Graduating leaders reflect on lessons learned

Parker Rezner, Assistant Lifestyle Editor April 24, 2022

Organizations and clubs are a major source of extracurricular activity for most students on any campus. For some, however, they transcend an activity and become a lifestyle. This can be the case for a...

My college experience

My college experience

Aaron Holiday, Graphic Designer April 24, 2022

My name is Aaron Holliday, and I am a graduating senior here at UW-Whitewater. To be quite honest, as I think back on my experience in college from the beginning, I’ve really got to say that it has been...

The Graduation

The Graduation

Aaron Holliday, Graphic Designer April 24, 2022

Spring 2021 Alpha Phi Gamma graduate Tiffany Xiong in her custom stoles from members of Alpha Phi Gamma.

Greek graduates part ways from their houses

Aaron Xiong, Assistant Lifestyle Editor December 5, 2021

With the end of the semester rolling around, the time has come for cap and gowns to be worn for one of the most special days in a college student’s career. Graduation is a time for students to celebrate...

Thanks for the experience

Thanks for the experience

Ryan Piontek, Contributor May 2, 2021

With graduation arriving in May, it's overwhelming to think about all the hard work and effort that I've put in these past four years. My last semester here has definitely been the hardest with classes...

ANIMAL HOUSE: Congrats grads!

ANIMAL HOUSE: Congrats grads!

Aaron Holliday, Graphic Designer May 1, 2021

Willie Warhawk applauds the music.  Reggae band King Solomon and the Whitewater City Market came to Wyman Mall on the UW-Whitewater campus on Tuesday, July 3, 2018 for the third in a series of concerts celebrating the universitys 150th anniversary. The next concert is scheduled for Friday, July 20 at 4:30 p.m. with The WhiskeyBelles.  (UW-Whitewater photo/Craig Schreiner)

A COVID commencement

Leena Hallock, Assistant Lifestyle Editor April 25, 2021

Just because COVID has restricted some fun doesn’t mean the party still can’t go on. This year as graduation is fast approaching for universities as well as high schools, many are eagerly preparing...

Leonard Brox, a liberal studies graduate from Milwaukee, salutes the crowd as he crosses the stage at UW-Whitewaters commencement Saturday, May 18, 2019, in Kachel Fieldhouse.
(UW-Whitewater photo/Andy Manis)

Graduation 2021

Jacob Bessette, Journalist April 25, 2021

When a student enters college they arrive with the goal of graduation, which holds some symbolic traditions in the time-honored ceremony. These include receiving that important piece of paper called a...

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