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Staying calm when changing your major-a guide to taking your time

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When it comes to college, some people just knoooow what they are going to do, and others are trying to find their “thing”. Outside of those who do and do not know, there are those who think that they know… Continue Reading →

Fun Activities Near Whitewater This Fall

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When you think of fall, what comes to mind? Is it pumpkins and leaves changing color? Is it apple cider and warm, fresh pastries? Or maybe you think about hay rides and corn mazes? When I think of fall, I… Continue Reading →

How To Make Friends in a Pandemic

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By Hannah Keziah Agustin It is undeniable that the college experience is inseparable from the people who make it worth remembering. Through the ups and downs of the journey towards a degree, it is essential to have people you can… Continue Reading →

What Banking Option is Right for you?

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UW-W Student Banking Options Even with the Coronavirus pandemic, a lot of students are either returning to school or moving closer to campus for online courses. Whether you had your own bank account before you started college or not, deciding… Continue Reading →

How to Stay Healthy in the Dorms this Fall

As a college student, it feels as if I am constantly being told “Remember to wear your face coverings”, “Practice social distancing”, and “Stay home if you are feeling ill. “Now, all those things are important and should be practiced… Continue Reading →

Roberta’s Art Gallery Exhibit Artist Panel: Cate Mahnke’s Nostalgia

YouTube Video: https://youtu.be/E351_1MKs_g  This artist panel invites Cate Mahnke, visual artist behind the exhibit “Nostalgia”, and Dr. Nicholas Gulig, poet and professor of the UW-Whitewater Languages and Literature department, to talk about nostalgia and the ways in which it haunts… Continue Reading →

6 Easy Ways Students Can Save Money

As part of Generation Z (born between 1997 and 2012), you might think that saving is something to do in your late 20’s or early 30’s. But the truth is that saving – whether it be for retirement, medical emergencies,… Continue Reading →

Wisconsin Food Trails

Summer is the time to get outside, try new things, go on adventures and ultimately, enjoy life. However, this summer has not been like the ones in the past and has left people confused. It can feel like you have… Continue Reading →

Top Wisconsin State Parks

As someone who loves the outdoors and spends many weekends camping all around Wisconsin, I have found myself being asked “where do you recommend I camp for my first time” or “what are some of your favorite state parks to… Continue Reading →

In a Good Light—Tips On Professional Portraiture at Home

By: Craig Schreiner One of my most inspiring assignments as a photojournalist involved the story of a dancer whose left foot had been crushed in a car crash on an icy road in winter. Over the course of the next… Continue Reading →

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