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Local company announces collaboration with IBM

May 6, 2015

May 6, 2015 By Rumasa Noor iButtonLink, a small sensor manufacturing company privately began working with the world-renowned technology corporation, IBM in 2008. This collaboration resulted in new technologies that helped IBM data centers save 12 percent in their annual energy costs, said Patrick...

New Chamber of Commerce targets student businesses

September 19, 2012

Whitewater Student Government has instated a Chamber of Commerce directed toward student business owners. The idea was first presented to former WSG President Patrick Johnson last school year by the Collegiate Entrepreneurs Organization. Johnson began to work with CEO on a Chamber of Commerce on...

Whitewater Student Government plans to increase involvement

December 7, 2011

With the end of the fall semester approaching, Whitewater Student Government is placing finishing touches on programs to increase student involvement and teacher feedback. WSG Student Affairs Director Danielle Jordan is currently working on two main projects, both taking effect early next semester. The ...

Optional ID cards for student voters

October 6, 2011

Though many universities in Wisconsin may be making costly plans to comply with the Voter Photo ID Law, UW-Whitewater has decided not to replace student IDs. Instead, the university has decided to produce optional identification cards for voting purposes only. The Voter Photo ID Law, passed in...

WSG looks to increase involvement

September 21, 2011

Whitewater Student Government officials said Saturday they’ll strive to improve this year by implementing new policies. WSG Vice President John Jensen said the organization aims to boost and encourage student involvement by establishing an office open-door policy. “We’re here to serve the 11,000...

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 for their tuition. The 5.5 percent tuition increase affects all UW schools and colleges. The...

Johnson, Jensen ease through election

April 6, 2011

As the Whitewater Student Government spring presidential elections came to a close last Thursday evening, two students, who ran as a slate, sat with confidence that they had won the election. Sophomore Patrick Johnson, a music major and advertising minor from Delavan, was elected president with freshman...

Student government presidential elections happening this week

March 25, 2011

Whitewater Student Government will have its annual presidential elections 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. Wednesday and Thursday in the University Center. Sophomore Patrick Johnson, a bachelor of the arts major and entrepreneurship minor, will run for president with freshman John Jensen, a political science major...

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