Royal Purple

How we’re staying safe

Photographer Dane Sheehan takes a self portrait wearing the new UW-Whitewater Warhawks mask.
August 31, 2020

A main concern that we face in 2020 is how people are staying healthy and safe during this global pandemic. Royal Purple wants to ensure not only to our staff, but to our community and campus as well that...

The show must go on

College of Arts and Communication Dean Eileen M. Hayes is proud that returning students are continuing to learn and improve their skills through the pandemic. Hayes is an ethnomusicologist with expertise in race and gender in the music of U.S. social movements. She is also President of the College Music Society. In her spare time she lectures to her cats Tiger and Woods, and practices singing like Beyonce. Dr. Hayes loves her Warhawk face covering.
Center of the Arts goes virtual
August 31, 2020

The show will go on for the Greenhill Center of the Arts this fall despite the inability to host in-person experiences. Performers will step out of the spotlight and into people’s homes through online...

Modified fall farmer’s market

A sign displayed at the Whitewater City Market lets all shoppers know that masks are required for the health and safety of one another.
August 30, 2020

The main driver of the Whitewater City Market is community. It brings the community together. It creates an intimate feeling even within a large open space. A yearly tradition, both citizens and students...

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