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Painting for a purpose

Nathan Kehoe balances his life with a full-time job, bowling and painting for the studio.
Studio 84 artists with disabilities embrace the easel
November 29, 2020

When Deborah Blackwell reopened Studio 84 after the stay-at-home orders in March, she had lost four months worth of income, had no program fees, and her students were deprived of creative energy. Her artists...

COVID-19 testing increases amid holiday season

Students are encouraged to get their free COVID Antigen tests done before going home to see family members over the holiday break and also when they return to keep our campus safe. Student Madeline Lewin is getting her free Antigen test done at Ambrose Health Center, on Nov. 24th.
November 29, 2020

COVID-19 testing increased as the holiday week began to approach. Going home for Thanksgiving, rewarding responsible behavior, or simply being a good Samaritan all drove people to the testing centers available...

Cheering for wheelchair basketball

UW-Whitewater men’s wheelchair basketball senior Jeromie Meyer #44 passes the ball during
game against Illinois, in November 2019.
November 29, 2020

Wheelchair basketball is a prestige sport at the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater. The sport contains the same amount of contact as able body sports, and it still creates the same type of competitive...

Intramural volleyball serves up finals

UW-Whitewater junior Eli Leising Bumps the ball during an intramural volleyball playoff match inside the Kachel Fieldhouse.
November 29, 2020

Thursday, Nov. 19 marked the finals of this season’s intramural volleyball at the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater. Championship games began for both the Co-Recreational A and B brackets, proving that...

Chancellor chats with campus

Chancellor Watson discussing with people during the November 17th Chancellor Chat
November 29, 2020

UW-Whitewater Chancellor Dwight Watson engaged university students, faculty and staff in a Chancellor Chat online event Nov. 17. The attendees were updated on the Budget Operations Committee, a reiteration...

Disability rights group brings awareness to UW-W

Disability rights group brings awareness to UW-W
A campus DREAM
November 29, 2020

On the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater campus, we have hundreds of different outstanding organizations: from political groups to volunteering non-profits. This week for the Dec. 3 International Day...

Common Council discusses budget, public record laws

Common Council discusses budget, public record laws
November 29, 2020

The Whitewater common council gathered on Nov. 17 to discuss the budget, as well as go over a refresh on public and open record laws.  City Manager Cameron Clapper went over the city manager report,...

Bundle up!

Kellie Carper, Executive Director of the Whitewater Area Chamber of Commerce and Tourism Council, works on her computer in the downtown office.
Whitewater Chamber of Commerce holds winter clothing drive
November 29, 2020

With temperatures dropping and the holidays right around the corner it’s time to start giving back to the community. The Whitewater Chamber of Commerce encourages the Whitewater community to stop by...

ASA votes on budget alterations

ASA Chair Patricia Fragola leading the meeting
November 29, 2020

The UW-Whitewater Academic Staff Assembly (ASA) unanimously voted on Wednesday Nov. 18 to make changes to a budget resolution. The following academic year and its $17 million budget cuts led the discussion....

Addressing the racial wealth gap

UW-W Accounting Alumna Sydney Nelson
November 29, 2020

Did you know that closing the racial wealth gap would add $1 - $1.5 trillion dollars to the U.S economy by 2028?  That's just one of many eye opening facts UW-W Accounting alumna Sydney Nelson presented...

Computer administrative privileges removed

Instructional, Communication & Information Technology employees work at the Help Desk the afternoon of Friday, Nov. 20.
November 29, 2020

With classes moving online for the remainder of the semester, everyone is making sure their computers are up for the task of virtual learning. We avoid clicking unknown links and downloading malware into...

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