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Words of Wisdom: Fall 2014 Graduating & Leaving Student Employees

Ends of semesters always seem to be quite bittersweet here in the UC. We’re happy to celebrate the accomplishments of another semester, but we’re sad to see the student employees who will be graduating/moving on to other accomplishments leave. We know they’ll always be part of our UC family, though, so before they left, we […]

It’s Beginning to Look a Lot like the Holidays!

Upon walking into the University Center, students are greeted with gleaming Christmas trees (17 trees to be exact), garland, and other holiday décor! Here at UW-Whitewater we pride ourselves in keeping tradition alive on campus. As being a student employee at the UC, one of our many traditions includes holiday decorating. The holiday season is […]

‘Tis the Season to Stress Less

By Haley Cox With classes coming to an end, holiday shopping, cramming for exams, and just trying to stay warm, this time of the year is just crazy. Now don’t pull your hair out yet, just take a breath and relax. Although we are all very busy, don’t forget to make time for yourself and […]

Getting U Connected: December 8, 2014

“Common Threads of Two Student Journeys to Yellowstone” in Roberta’s Art Gallery From November 24-December 13, 2014 Roberta’s Art Gallery will be hosting “Common Threads of Two Student Journeys to Yellowstone”, an exhibit featuring relics, photos, and reflections collected from two travel studies to Yellowstone National Park in 2014. A reception will be held on […]

ACUI: Take Advantage of Your Learning Opportunities

This is my fourth Association of College Unions International (ACUI) conference and I have learned and experienced endless opportunities through attending. ACUI is an organization that involves college union and student professionals from hundreds of institutions. Just recently, in the middle of November, I attended a regional ACUI conference at Northern Illinois University. Some key […]

What can the UC do for your Student Organization?

As we’re nearing the end of semester, it seems that sleep (one of my favorite activities) is becoming more and more non-existent. After all, there’s classes, homework, working different on- and off-campus jobs, and of course, keeping track of those student organizations and other involvements. Anyone else know what I’m talking about? It seems like […]

Getting U Connected: December 1, 2014

“Common Threads of Two Student Journeys to Yellowstone” in Roberta’s Art Gallery From November 24-December 13, 2014 Roberta’s Art Gallery will be hosting “Common Threads of Two Student Journeys to Yellowstone”, an exhibit featuring relics, photos, and reflections collected from two travel studies to Yellowstone National Park in 2014. A reception will be held on […]

Thankful for Working with Friends

Ilona: At the end of the Spring Semester Khloe informed me that she had applied for an internship on campus. She told me about LEAP (Liberal Education & America’s Promise), the main focus of her internship, and I felt a connection.  Later in the summer, Khloe informed me how a new intern position had opened up, […]

Getting U Connected: November 24, 2014

“Common Threads of Two Student Journeys to Yellowstone” in Roberta’s Art Gallery From November 24-December 13, 2014 Roberta’s Art Gallery will be hosting “Common Threads of Two Student Journeys to Yellowstone”, an exhibit featuring relics, photos, and reflections collected from two travel studies to Yellowstone National Park in 2014. A reception will be held on […]

End Goal: Graduate and Start a Career

All students who attend a university have the same end goal: graduate and start a career.  But before achieving the end goal, there are interviews. During my freshman year, the most difficult aspect of college was trying to find time to watch New Girl.  If only I had known freshman year was going to be […]

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