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Cadets including UW-Whitewater junior Marli Kram, front, attend the commissioning ceremony for seniors Ethan Christensen and Adam Earle.  The Warhawk Company, Army Reserve Officers Training Corps at UW-Whitewater held its spring commissioning ceremony for two seniors prior to commencement on Saturday, May 13, 2017.  (UW-Whitewater photo/Craig Schreiner) DIGITAL MANIPULATION OF PHOTOGRAPHS OTHER THAN NORMAL MINIMAL CROPPING AND TONING IS PROHIBITED., CREDIT PHOTOS: UW-WHITEWATER PHOTO/CRAIG SCHREINER

Spaces and graces for student veterans

Brooklyn Stevenson, Lifestyle Jornalist November 7, 2021

As Veterans Day is right around the corner, we should take the time to think about our UW-Whitewater student veterans. Veterans are usually looked at as older, retired people that have served, but this...

Tweets not punishable

September 10, 2018

Dear Chancellor Kopper: I am a veteran of dangerous military and (paid and unpaid) civilian service, a holder of a UW degree, well (better?) educated via the Milwaukee County Public Library System and...

Tim O’Brien, Veteran and author of The Things They Carried interacts with a student during his book signing after accepting the Chancellors Literary award on Mon Nov. 7. O’Brien also spoke to students in Young Auditorium.

Veteran, author receives Chancellor’s literary award

Brad Allen , Biz & Tech Editor November 9, 2016

Award-winning author Tim O’Brien told a crowd of students and faculty on Monday, Nov. 7 that he has learned to hate the Fourth of July and how our culture tends to celebrate killing people. “Killing...

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