Aaliyah Sharif stands in front of a table in Bolton Hall at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. While other students hurry past her on their way to classes, Sharif, a sophomore, is focused on building a little house out of a single piece of white paper. As she tapes two edges together to form a roof, […]
Ohio State University released the name of the university officer who killed the school’s shooter last Monday, Nov. 28. Officer Alan Horujko shot and killed, OSU’s shooter Abdul Razak Ali Artan. Artan drove a car into pedestrians and then began to cut people near him with a butcher knife. He injured 11 students and staff […]
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 […]
Members of the Wisconsin Green Party spoke in the UW-Milwaukee Union Ballroom on Thursday night, to stress the importance of the slogan: We Are Not Them. Freedom Fighter YahNe Ndgo, who also was a keynote speaker at the Green Party Presidential Convention, served as the main surrogate to Jill Stein after Stein was diagnosed with […]
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.
Westboro Baptist Church came to the corner of Kenwood and Maryland on Thursday, Oct. 20, 2016, and was met with a wave of UW-Milwaukee students who protested their signs with their own signs of love and acceptance on Thursday. UW-Milwaukee students gathered in the Union’s Plaza with signs and rainbow flags of the LGBT community. Students […]
It’s obvious that Milwaukee is a city full of endless opportunities, so who wouldn’t want to go and experience all it has to offer? No matter if you’re local to the area, or have recently moved here, it can be difficult to know where to begin in terms of discovering the city and the culture […]
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 […]
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. […]
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.