UW-Milwaukee is full of high rise buildings giving students a fantastic view of the city and campus. Photographer Megan Waterworth went up in some of UWM’s buildings to capture the campus from above.
It is that time in the semester where enrolling in classes is right around the corner. Some of you have probably done this many times, and some of you may have never done it before. Regardless, here are some important facts and steps to follow when enrolling for classes. Where Do I Enroll? You enroll […]
UW-Milwaukee is a diverse campus, which can even be seen in its architecture across campus. From red brick buildings to concrete blocks. UWM is diverse in many way; even if you never thought about it.
On Thursday, Oct. 13, 30 students, aged seven to thirteen and directed by Dinorah Marquez, performed in the Union Concourse as a part of the Latino festivities. The students were from the Bruce Guadalupe Community School and performed as part of the Latino Arts, Inc. program which is located in the United Community Center on […]
A drizzly day didn’t keep away students and faculty from getting their fill of pies, pumpkins and produce. Sustainability was the theme of UW-Milwaukee’s Harvestfest last week to celebrate UWM’s 60th anniversary according to Kate Nelson, chief sustainability officer at UWM. “The special part of the event is that we are doing all composting,” Nelson […]
Every Friday night from Sept. 9 through Oct.14, the Manfred Olson Planetarium in the Physics Building on campus hosts “Nightmares in the Sky.” The Spooky Show is from 7:00 p.m. – 7:55 p.m. and the Very Spooky Show is from 8:15 p.m. – 9:15 p.m. which is geared for people ages sixteen and up. These […]
As the cold winds start coming to Milwaukee and the leaves begin to change, a lot of people around campus are breaking out their sweaters and drinking their Pumpkin Spice Lattes as Fall approaches. Fall has certainly started to show its face around campus, which can be seen in the photos taken by Megan Waterworth. […]
The bleachers were packed Tuesday tonight for the Fall Welcome Men’s Soccer Game against Drake, and there wasn’t much fence space either! Students were everywhere, and some even went into Engelmann Hall to get a better view. In between all of their clapping and cheering, the crowd chanted sayings such as “M, K, E,” “Let’s […]
On Thursday, Sept. 1, as a part of Fall Welcome, buses were available for students to take to Bradford Beach from 12:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m. While there, students played Volleyball and Frisbee, did some relaxing and some even participated in a Group X workout class. Only a few were brave enough to venture into […]
Wisconsin winters seem to last forever, but just when it seems like the cold and the snow will never leave, spring makes its way into the state. Photographer, Megan Waterworth, captured the newly arrived spring on campus with her new photo gallery.