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Hawk, with assistance from his partner, officer Kelsi Servi, left his inked paw-print on his official inauguration certificate at his swearing in ceremony on Feb. 1. Members of Police Services joined Hawk as he became a member of their task force.

UW-W police services swears in newest officer

Brad Allen, Biz & Tech Editor February 8, 2017

Hawk, as a new canine team member of UW-Whitewater Police Services Department did solemnly swear to serve the community and uphold the law. With a paw dipped in ink, Hawk left his footprint on a formal...

Gov. Scott Walker gives his State of the State address to Wisconsin legislators earlier this month. With a theme of “working and winning for Wisconsin,” Walker announced plans for a third UW tuition freeze and an unspecified cut for in-state students for the ’17-19 state biennial budget during his address.

Benefits of Walker tuition proposal unknown for UW-W

Upcoming budget will provide insight on student, campus impact
Kimberly Wethal , Co Editor-In-Chief January 25, 2017

In his seventh State of the State address earlier this month, Gov. Scott Walker promised that the upcoming ’17-19 state biennial budget wouldn’t just include a third UW System tuition freeze, but also...

UW-W enters year with budget surplus

Fund reallocation alleviates ’15-17 biennial budget cuts
Kimberly Wethal , Co-Editor in Chief October 7, 2016

Last year, University of Wisconsin-Whitewater officials were facing an unbalanced budget situation and were anticipating a necessary $1 million dip into cash reserves just to keep instruction going during...

Regents approve tuition raise

April 12, 2016

By Kimberly Wethal April 13, 2016   There’s plenty of differences between college tuition hikes and a campus climate task force, but at the most recent UW System Board of Regents meeting,...

On the chopping block: $250 million cut to UW System means $5.8 million loss for UW-W

September 30, 2015

By Kimberly Wethal News Editor Emily Lepkowski Staff Editor While the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater didn’t lose the most money when the state budget was finalized (UW-Madison shouldered...

Budget prompts tuition hike

September 8, 2011

Tuition rates have increased 5.5 percent for the 2011-2012 school year at UW-Whitewater due to the state’s proposed budget to limit spending. Effective this fall, students will pay an extra $322 annually...

Where did those new benches come from?

April 13, 2011

Although it may be difficult to encourage college students to recycle on campus, this may get easier with the university’s two new environment-friendly additions that are made out of recycled milk jugs. The...

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