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Exhibit showcases BFA students’ work

Exhibit showcases BFA students’ work

May 8, 2013

  Bachelor of Fine Arts students will display their final senior project during the BFA Art Exhibit from 6 to 8 p.m. May 6 to 11 in the Crossman Gallery. In order to graduate with a BFA, students must go through two processes: an entry review and the upcoming final review. This semester,...

Crossman Gallery holds student competition

Crossman Gallery holds student competition

April 17, 2013

  Several students’ art is on display in the Crossman Gallery this week as they showcase their greatest work in an effort to win some money. The Juried Student Art Exhibition gives students’ outstanding work a chance to be viewed and admired by the community while also competing for a total...

Comic trades coaching for comedy

Comic trades coaching for comedy

April 10, 2013

  Comedian C. Willi Myles never dreamed of becoming a stand-up comic. Instead, Myles said, his grades in school were what spoke to him about comedy. “My grades dictated that I would become a comedian, because most people had a blood alcohol of what I had for a GPA,” Myles said. Myles...

No bluff, Casino Night a hit

No bluff, Casino Night a hit

March 21, 2013

  More than 300 attend night of poker, prizes: Casino Night attracted more than 300 people last Friday night, which is no small feat considering the day of the week and how busy students are with midterms, said SEAL Large Event Intern Nicole Pumarada. “I’m really happy with the turnout...

Chancellor Telfer hosts listening session, announces campus goals

November 12, 2012

  Chancellor Richard Telfer hosted the October Listening Session on Oct. 22, giving students and faculty an opportunity to ask questions and discuss university topics. Telfer believes the Listening Sessions are something more students should take advantage of. “It is a good opportuni...

College to host first major/minor fair next week

October 30, 2012

  Coming into college as a freshman is a confusing time; students are learning a new environment, meeting hundreds of new people and learning how to live a completely different lifestyle overnight. This transition can be more confusing when dealing with class registration, majors, minors and...

Scammers attack campus email

October 30, 2012

  An email sent to UW-Whitewater students Oct. 10 by a professor inquiring babysitting services created questions about student’s online safety. The email turned out to be from online scammers trying to get personal information from students. This is a process called “phishing.” Email...

Work study overlooks qualified students

October 9, 2012

With the rising cost of college tuition, many students rely on Financial Aid and money saved up by working to pay for their education. The work study program allows students to earn money through Financial Aid by working at a part-time job. While work study has benefits for our college, it subsequently...

Whitewater quarry installing fence around perimeter

September 26, 2012

  Whitewater Limestone Inc., co-owned by BR Amon & Sons, Inc., is constructing a fence around the property following the deaths of two UW-Whitewater students. The quarry, located on Highway 12 and North Franklin Street, is a privately owned, non-metallic mining business.  The state of...

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