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Living that tie-dye life

Living that tie-dye life

Sarah Smith, Journalist September 18, 2022

UC Live held an art workshop Wednesday, Sept. 14 for students to tie-dye shirts in an effort to spread the word about the many events and activities that the UC holds each week throughout the school year. Every...

UC Live staff help a student pick out their materials at the snow globe construction table.

Winterfest kicks off spring semester

Felicity Knabenbauer, Lifestyle Editor January 30, 2022

A little bit of chilly weather won’t keep the good times away from UW-W students heading to the heart of campus on a Friday night. Hundreds of students made the trek January 28 from their dorms and apartments...

Winterfest featured a magicians act for all to enjoy.

Winterfest photos

January 30, 2022

Pictured on the far right is “Guardian Bridge,” an impactful piece from Palecek’s exhibit.

An enticing exhibit

Sydney Wojcik, Arts & Recreation Editor January 23, 2022
Inevitable Juxtapositions
 Jenna Pock (Left) and Gabby Carnana(Right) are studying in the University Center on the second floor on November 19th.

Hit the books!

Katie McIlheran, Photographer December 5, 2021

The exhibit features a memorial for Sam Moermond

“Facing Addiction” exhibit expresses deep message

Peyton Rollins, Arts & Recreation Editor November 7, 2021

The “Facing Addiction” exhibit premiered on Nov. 5, 2021 at the Roberta’s Art Gallery in the University Center. The exhibit focuses on the struggles of addiction and the way that it can affect any...

Sophie Grieser, one of the hosts for the trivia night

A night of fun with trivia

Leena Hallock, Assistant Lifestyle Editor April 11, 2021

Despite having to present the trivia format on WebEx, as collaborative organizations, CHIP (Communicating Health in Practice), SAPA (Sexual Assault Prevention Advisory Committee, UCHS and UC Warhawk Alley...

Alexus Hoelbl (pictured above)  enjoys her food while sitting socially distanced with her friends outside of Warhawk Alley located in the James R. Connor University Center on Friday, Jan 22.

University Center features in-person and online fun in 2021

Caleb Kahila, Assistant Arts and Rec Editor January 24, 2021

The spring semester is upon us, and while it is looking like a repeat of the last, that doesn’t mean that there still aren’t any fun events or specials being planned by the university. That’s especially...

UW-Whitewater head womens wheelchair basketball coach Christina Schwab, left, collects a sample for tester Rebecca Hasler. Students, staff and community members came to the Williams Center on the UW-Whitewater campus for the first day of a federal COVID-19 testing program open to the community in Kris Russell Volleyball Arena, on Monday, Nov. 9, 2020. (UW-Whitewater photo/Craig Schreiner)

UW-W amps up COVID-19 testing

Carina Lopez Quintero, News Editor January 24, 2021

Along with the New Year, new ideas are arriving to help keep everyone safe. The university is approaching testing differently this spring semester than the last. UW-Whitewater’s new partnership with...

Left to right: A few of the University Center’s social media team members Colton Tisdall, Sydney Myers, Jada Thur and Lindsey Novak.

University Center encourages online engagement

Kali Anditon, Assistant Business & Technology Editor January 17, 2021

During a time of social distancing and working from home, many employees find it gratifying to receive appreciation for dedicating hard work and time to their company online.  In a series of “Meet...

Jackie Briggs, front right in purple, Director of Admissions, leads a tour in the University Center lobby. UW-Whitewater admissions staff visited with incoming and prospective students and their families and guided small tour groups around campus on Thursday, July 16, 2020.

University Center encourages creativity and engagement

Lexy Winchell, Journalist August 30, 2020

The James R. Connor University Center is thought of as the heart of campus by many. It is known as a common gathering place for students. So staff knew they had to adapt to conditions brought on by the...

Slam Poet inspires audience

Slam Poet inspires audience

Olivia Enriquez, Assistant Arts & Rec Editor February 24, 2020

A slam poet named Lady Caress combined beatboxing, spoken word, and comedy, at the UC Down Under to entertain and relate to audience members Feb. 20. Lady Caress recited a series of poems about her life...

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