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Whitewater City Market moves indoors

Whitewater City Market moves indoors

Corey Moen, Staff Reporter

December 2, 2019

The UW-Whitewater City Market started its indoor season Nov. 30 with 19 vendors coming in and selling their local products. “This is a really unique opportunity otherwise because we do not have a store-front this is our only access to customers in terms of direct contact. It is extremely ...

Successful start for the new food pantry

Successful start for the new food pantry

Jackson Mihm, Assistant Lifestyle Editor

September 2, 2019

The Warhawk Food Pantry, located in room 143 inside Drumlin Dining Hall, is ready to go for the upcoming semester. With the start of the fall semester about a week away, the Warhawk Pantry is trying to stock the shelves.    Bailey Hornstein, a UW-Whitewater senior finds the pantry a good tool, ...

Little Free Pantry continues to grow

Charlie Fries, Assistant Lifestyle Editor

January 29, 2019

Kristine Zaballos, creator of the first permanent Little Free Pantry located on Walworth Avenue, has come a long way since starting in 2016 with no more than a dream to help people struggling with day-to-day expenses. “The average user is on a fixed income where one mishap — a car repair, an une...

Whitewater City Market open through winter

Samantha Lynn, Staff Reporter

December 10, 2018

The indoor Whitewater City Market is a spin-off of their regular season that is held outdoors. With this yearly market, it picks up right after the outdoor market is out of season. The market runs Saturday mornings starting at 9 a.m. to noon, held in the Irvin L. Young Memorial Library located in Wh...

Memory garden for Mackin, others underway

Emily Lepkowski, News Editor

April 26, 2017

The memory garden inspired by former Dean of Students Mary Beth Mackin, who died in November, 2015, is to not only remember her, but Robin Fellows, Spencer Twining and the many Warhawk faculty and students who have died or retired in the past few years. “It’s a great way to reflect upon and place t...

Beekeeping sets community abuzz

February 16, 2016

By Emily Lepkowski Feb. 17, 2016 Walworth County Beekeepers Club President Doug Grall advocated for urban beekeeping with a  personal story. His 11-year-old son continuously asks him why bees aren’t allowed at their house. “It’s been a great experience for my son and his friends to be able to partic...

City Market celebrates community

City Market celebrates community

October 7, 2015

Oct. 7, 2015 By Andrew Breunsbach Special craft marshmallows. Meat trucks. Live acoustic music. All of this and more can be found in the Whitewater City Market. Located downtown on the Cravath Lakefont, this collection of approximately 50 merchants convenes every Tuesday between 3 and 7 p.m....

Jack Hanna brings zoo to Whitewater community

Jack Hanna brings zoo to Whitewater community

April 8, 2014

April 9, 2014   By Michael Riley   176 million Americans visited a zoo, making it the most popular recreational activity in 2013. Animal expert and world-renowned zookeeper Jack Hanna brought the zoo to UW-Whitewater on April 7. Hanna said UW-W was a fortunate location because...

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