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SaVE takes back the night

May 3, 2016

By Maddy Scheel May 4, 2016 In alignment with Sexual Assault Awareness Month, UW-Whitewater held the third annual Take Back the Night event on campus. Take Back the Night was one of many national movements that aimed to end sexual, relationship and domestic violence.    These events were spon...

Lack of emergency button sparks discussion

February 16, 2016

By Nicole Aimone Feb. 17, 2016 There’s no emergency button in the campus’ west side “six-pack” of residence halls – and both Whitewater Student Government (WSG) and Residence Hall Association (RHA) see it as a dangerous practice. WSG President Allison Hetz was the first to bring attention t...

Walworth County receives tournoquets

February 25, 2015

Feb. 25, 2015 By Vesna Brajkovic Two hundred and forty full and part-time law enforcement officers across Walworth County received new trauma tourniquets. The tourniquets, devices used to stop severe blood loss from an arm or leg injury, were donated by Enbridge Energy of Superior Wisconsin...

Polar Plunge makes a splash

Polar Plunge makes a splash

February 19, 2014

Feb. 19, 2014 By Michael Riley   The last words by UW-Whitewater Police Chief Matthew Keiderlen before he jumped into a pool of 18,000 gallons of frigid water on Feb. 15 were jokingly, “Someone is going to get fired.” Keiderlen, along with more than 300 community members and UW-Whitewater...

Hunting club trains students

Hunting club trains students

February 19, 2014

  Feb. 19, 2014 by Josh Hafemeister   Offering students the chance to learn a safe way to experience a part of Wisconsin’s culture is a key goal of one of UW-Whitewater’s newest clubs. Uniting inexperienced hunters with veteran hunters is how the U Dub Dub Hunting Club plans...

Man convicted of stalking banned from campus

September 5, 2013

A Whitewater man has been banned from the UW-Whitewater campus for three years, according to a release from campus Police Services. David M. Duvair, 52, was convicted of felony stalking and two counts of disorderly conduct in 2010 for sending threatening letters to a female Whitewater resident in...

Surviving college, a freshman’s guide

Surviving college, a freshman’s guide

September 4, 2013

Dear freshmen, College has officially begun. You’re away from your parents, many of you for the first time. You have complete control of your sleep schedule, eating habits, money and lifestyle. You have freedom, but don’t let that get to your head. If you are like me, a first-generation college st...

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