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.
You read that right. I met my husband through an online dating site. I knew the dangers and the consequences that online dating could present. I had to weed my way through and have heard of my share of horror stories. I guess I just ended up somehow being one of the lucky ones. Believe […]
Sundara Karma has experienced their share of the indie spotlight and have a lot in store for them following their debut album “Youth is Only Ever Fun in Retrospect.” Though the members are quite young themselves, the songs encapsulate the ups and downs of youth while they are experiencing it firsthand. The band has made […]
A house fire has displaced seven UW-Milwaukee students who lived in a fraternity on Oakland Ave., a fire official said. No one was inside the Phi Sigma Chi house when the fire broke out, but it has left several of the residences without a place to live. The George Webb restaurant was not impacted by […]
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 October 22, the Campus Activities Board sponsored a haunted house and psychic readings in the Wisconsin Room of the Union. I attended with a group of other people, and didn’t really have too high of expectations. To say the least, I wasn’t let down, but I wasn’t too impressed either. We got there around […]
Notes from a Tegan and Sara Show…. A review on why I won’t be attending their show again. Tegan and Sara, identical twins formed to create a Canadian indie pop singing duo, performed at the Pabst Theater last night, Thursday Oct. 10. The Quinn sisters have been performing together since 1995 with now eight studio […]
A new organization named ZIP MKE has launched a citywide photography movement in hopes to gather photos that represent all 27 zip codes of Milwaukee by the end of the year. The idea of ZIP MKE is to gather photo submissions through a team of six self-proclaimed “Zipsters,” and also invite Milwaukee residents and photographers […]
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 […]