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Pictured is new UW-Whitewater interim chancellor, John Chenoweth, speaking at the unity walk held on campus. (Picture taken by Craig Schreiner)

New interim chancellor to apply for permanent role

Sydney Wojcik, Arts & Recreation Editor April 10, 2022

Beginning on Tuesday April 5, Provost Dr. John Chenoweth took over as the new interim chancellor of the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater. Succeeding Interim Chancellor Jim Henderson, Chenoweth intends...

Junior Quarterback, Jason Ceniti (red jersey) takes a shot down the field in a morning practice on a field behind Perkins Stadium on August 25th, 2021.

Fall sports are back

Nay Salter, Sports Editor August 29, 2021

  Whether on the field or in the stands, Warhawks are eager to get back in action with fall sports this season. It’s an exciting time for all at UW-Whitewater after a year-long hiatus of in-person...

A distance marker sign located along the path of the south Kettle Moraine section of the Ice Age
National Scenic Trail.

Take a hike

Kylie Jacobs, Managing Editor May 2, 2021

There are multiple events for hikers of all abilities this summer in the Whitewater area, and especially on the Ice Age Trail. The annual conference for the Ice Age Trail Alliance happened over April 15-17....

Fifth Flight Club Champion Brandon Schindl (Left)
and Runner-Up Bill Simon.

Swing into golf this summer

Matt Ellis, Arts and Rec Editor May 2, 2021

The fresh cut grass, the beautiful breeze and a bag full of golf clubs. Golfing is an activity that can be enjoyed by anyone ready for a fun time. Not to mention, its a perfect excuse to get out in the...

It’s finally festival time in Wisconsin

It’s finally festival time in Wisconsin

Kylie Jacobs, Managing Editor May 2, 2021

When Lisa Dawsey Smith and her husband moved to Whitewater after living in New York City, they weren’t sure what to expect in the community. Being in New York meant keeping your head down, but their...

A vendor at the Whitewater City Market is all set to sell honey, asparagus, onions and more to the local community.

Markets make the season

Nichole Learman, Journalist May 2, 2021

In Whitewater we’re lucky to have a city market throughout the winter months and also a famers market over the summer. It’s a staple for many in the community whatever time of year. “I look forward...

Summer athletic camps like this one will return to UW-W campuses this summer, but with new pandemic guidelines.

Putting the ‘camp’ in campus

Jake Bessette, Journalist May 2, 2021

Summer camps and conferences are coming back to UW-W in 2021, starting early June and running through the summer into late August. Clinics, athletic training, and various activities are open for sign-up...

Senior Ryan Piontek plays frisbee golf at Hoffman Field.

A Whitewater summer

Carina Lopez Quintero, News Editor May 2, 2021

Summer looks a lot like getting caught up, finally reading that crime novel and working on your summer body. This year UW-Whitwater will remain open again for students to do those things on campus. University...

Ivy Steege, a junior  BFA theatre performance major, plays the role of Tiresias in the UW-W production of Antigone.

The makings of a play

Scarlett Spagna, Journalist May 2, 2021

The show must go on, and so it shall. But the production of plays is changing fast with the times, and now more than ever due to COVID-19 adaptations. The Theatre & Dance Department always strives...

Organizational members stay active by playing pickleball out in the sunshine on a warm Wisconsin day.

Seniors in the Park

Caroleena Hallock, Assistant Lifestyle Editor May 2, 2021

There’s a lot to do for seniors living in Whitewater. Just one of many local programs is called Seniors in the Park. It offers a variety of creative and engaging activities such as hybrid watercolor...

Karen Mccullogh, co-owner of The Book Teller, stands behind a bank teller window. The book and handmade products store was once one of the banks here in Whitewater! The store still has features from the old bank that was once there: the money vault, which customers can still enter to find some mystery books, and the old bank teller window.

Treasures just down the street

Alicia Dougherty, Assistant News Editor May 2, 2021

The warmer season is a time to get out and reacquainted with local shopkeepers to find that perfect item you’re looking for. Area specialty stores are helping shoppers avoid screen fatigue with their...

Enjoying the warmer weather that we’ve been getting, senior student Sarah Augustine sits on a bench located right outside the doors of BicycleWise & Sports Fitness.

Get out and ride

Kali Anditon, Assistant Business and Technology Editor May 2, 2021

A full year passed since COVID-19 hit America and forced students into virtual learning and businesses into closing. It’s no secret that outdoor and at-home exercising increased at the initial stages...

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