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A view of some of the sea caves along the north shore of Lake Superior.

Lakeshore trip reminds of Wisconsin’s natural beauty

Chris Hardie, Contributor September 5, 2021

Do teachers still require students coming back to school to write about what they did on their summer vacation? It’s been decades since I’ve had to complete that assignment, but having recently...

COBE goes environmental with OEHS major

Carli Pope, Assistant Biz & Tech Editor February 25, 2019

The College of Business and Economics at UW-Whitewater provides a Department of Occupational & Environmental Safety & Health (OESH). This department provides guidance for students looking to learn...

UW-W online classes receive high ranking

Olivia Storey, Staff Reporter January 29, 2019

The University of Wisconsin-Whitewater has been ranked No. 1 in the state for its online MBA programs for 2019. With an overall score of 83 percent, acceptance rate, accessibility and cost have helped...

Highway hang-up affects many

Highway hang-up affects many

Killian Jauch, News Editor November 28, 2018

   With the holiday season beginning, there are many things to look forward to. Snow, lights, family, all the things that make the holidays fun. With it, however, there is also one thing people do not...

Peanut butter pitch winners

Peanut butter pitch winners

Dana Hockbein, Staff Reporter May 1, 2018

Senior Sam Lepak and University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee student Evan Laird took home first place and a $1,000 bonus on April 4 after winning the Warhawk Business Plan Competition with their organic peanut...

Change coming for IFC in 18

Change coming for IFC in ’18

Benjamin Pierce, Assistant News Editor April 30, 2018

Greek life on campus is changing. Every UW System campus that supports Greek life needs a governing body. Here at University of Wisconsin-Whitewater, that body is the Interfraternity Council (IFC). A...

Politics over trade likely to hurt local industries

Politics over trade likely to hurt local industries

Royal Purple , Editorial Staff Opinion April 23, 2018

Amidst a whirlwind of trade-war threats, increased tariffs and retaliatory economic measures, many media jobs and a number of local farms could be at serious risk of struggling to survive. The United...

Campus engages in sustainable gardening practices

Campus engages in sustainable gardening practices

Brenda Echeverria, Arts & Rec Editor April 15, 2018

Campus Garden Opening Day is scheduled to take place from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. April 20 at the campus garden located between the Bookstore and Health Center. The event will be a part of Make a Difference...

Resident assistants aim to better UW-W campus

Resident assistants aim to better UW-W campus

Kaarin Lorum, Staff Reporter April 15, 2018

On-campus residents rely on numerous people for safety needs, academic resources or a guiding hand to achieve success. Resident Assistants (RAs) say they hope students living within residence halls...

Spring election day brings stability and change

Spring election day brings stability and change

Benjamin Pierce, Assistant News Editor April 15, 2018

The words stability and change are rarely associated with each other. After the results of this year’s Whitewater Student Government (WSG) election, however, the terms go hand-in-hand. The continuity...

Warhawks Split Doubleheader with Titans

Warhawks Split Doubleheader with Titans

Joe Byers , Sports Reporter April 15, 2018

On Wednesday April 11 the No. 2 UW-Whitewater Warhawks split a doubleheader with the No. 16 UW-Oshkosh Titans at Miller Stadium in Whitewater. The Warhawks (15-3, 7-1) took down the Titans by a close...

Softball bounces back from slow start, wins five of six

Softball bounces back from slow start, wins five of six

Tyler Job, Senior Sports Reporter April 15, 2018

The UW-Whitewater softball team turned things around quickly this past week, going 5-1 in a span of three days. The Warhawks improve to 14-8 overall and 4-0 in the WIAC following a shaky regular season...

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