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The search for new Chancellor begins

The search for new Chancellor begins

The University of  Milwaukee’s Screen and Search committee has begun its pursuit of replacing Chancellor Lovell, who will be leaving UWM at the close of this semester to become the newest president of Marquette University. The UW System and its President Ray Cross began the meeting on May…

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Election Perfection, Scandal Avoided and Winners Announced

Election Perfection, Scandal Avoided and Winners Announced

Last week over a thousand UWM students voted in an election that determined 2014-2015 Student Association leadership. The SA, which is the governing body for all students enrolled at UWM, is in charge of appropriating over 23 million dollars to various on-campus resource centers, organizations…

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From Class to Camp, Go Outdoors at UWM

From Class to Camp, Go Outdoors at UWM

Photo by UWM University Recreation – Outdoor Pursuits Climbing Staff UWM Outdoor Pursuits (OP) is the ultimate habitat for students looking for a unique experience in a natural environment. By offering a combination of clinics and trips, Outdoor Pursuits provides students the opportunity to learn…

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Student Association 2014 Election: On the Issues

Student Association 2014 Election: On the Issues

CANDIDATES ON THE ISSUES Student Association elections are being held this week. Meet the candidates and find out their stance on the issues here. Transportation and Parking Ryan Sorenson puts parking and transit issues at the top of his priority list, being a commuter student. “One…

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Student Association 2014 Election: Meet the Candidates

Student Association 2014 Election: Meet the Candidates

MEET THE CANDIDATES The Student Association is holding elections for next year’s officials. Get to know the 2014 Candidates and find out their stance “On the Issues.” Evan Braun is running for Vice-President of Student Affairs. From Sheboygan, WI, he is studying musical theater. Braun served three…

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Chancellor Lovell leaves behind big shoes to fill at UWM

Chancellor Lovell leaves behind big shoes to fill at UWM

Photo courtesy of Rick Wood, Journal Sentinel Chancellor Michael Lovell announced last week that he will be resigning from his position to become Marquette University’s first lay President, effective August 1, 2014.  Set to be the 24th president in the schools 133 year history, Lovell…

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UWM announces new sorority for fall 2014

UWM announces new sorority for fall 2014

Alpha Omicron Pi Women’s Fraternity was officially announced as the new UW-Milwaukee sorority to appear on campus in fall 2014.  The process to find a new sorority started in 2011, when Kirstin Leih became the Assistant Director of Student Involvement. To begin the sorority search,…

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The Student Association is in Campaign Mode

The Student Association is in Campaign Mode

Meet your candidates and find out their stance on the Issues! After a year of complete reform and road blocks, it is election season for UW-Milwaukee’s Student Association (SA). Students will be able to vote for their elected members under the SA’s new constitution starting April 15. …

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Norris Health Center Expands Mental Health Resources

Norris Health Center Expands Mental Health Resources

The University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee’s Norris Health Center is expanding its mental health resources to address an ever-growing population of college students seeking counseling and psychiatry to improve their quality of life. New programs include “Lets Talk,” an informal, drop-in therapy session designed for on-the-go students…

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Crisis in Eastern Europe Sparks Debate at UW-Milwaukee

Crisis in Eastern Europe Sparks Debate at UW-Milwaukee

The political struggle in Ukraine motivated scholars and academics of UWM to organize a panel discussion about the ongoing geopolitical shift in power. The event titled ‘Ukraine: From the Euromaidan to Russian Military Intervention’ was hosted by the American Geographic Society in the Golda Meir…

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