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Bike share moves forward

Bike share moves forward

Nicole Aimone, News Editor

March 11, 2018

A move toward creating an environmentally sustainable mode of transportation for University of Wisconsin-Whitewater students – a fleet of gray and baby blue bicycles – has become unsustainable. As a result, the university is looking into signing a contract with Spin, a bicycle-sharing company b...

Business on the books, family on the mind

Business on the books, family on the mind

Brad Allen, Managing Editor

February 6, 2018

When a University of Wisconsin-Whitewater professor traveled to South Korea to help teach a Winterim program, he felt a little piece of home with the Winter Olympics set to begin. Dr. Kaviraj Praveen Parboteeah, a distinguished professor and director of the doctorate business administra- tion prog...

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...

Newly expanded campus greenhouse opens for tours

October 3, 2012

The Biological Department and Science Outreach Center teamed up for the first time to give the university an inside look at the newly-expanded campus greenhouse last Saturday. The Greenhouse Open House featured over 100 plants ranging from locally grown to exotic. The open house hosted guest speaker...

University must work towards parking reform

February 8, 2012

With UW-Whitewater faculty champing at the bit to have their own parking lot, it is evident that now is the time for the university to address its parking problem. It’s a problem that has been present at this campus for far too long and both faculty and students would like to see some changes. For...

Eat this! crêpes

April 27, 2011

Ingredients 2 beaten eggs 1 ½ cups milk 1 cup flour ¼ tspn. salt 1 tbsp. cooking oil Directions 1. Beat all ingredients until combined 2. Heat lightly oiled 6-inch skillet on medium-high 3. Remove skillet from heat 4. Spoon 2 tbsp. batter onto skillet 5. Return to heat 6. Tilt skillet to...

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