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Now UC Us: Leann Sullivan

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What does an average day look like working in the UC?  What are your day to day responsibilities? As the Warhawk Alley Program Assistant my role oversees several aspects of Warhawk Alley including: daily reporting, supporting and empowering student staff, working… Continue Reading →

UW-W Heart Hunt

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Help us spread love instead of germs while we are all working and studying from home! Share your Warhawk pride by printing the hearts below and hanging them up in your home or workspace to join the Heart Hunt movement!… Continue Reading →

Bullet Journal Schedule

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School is back in session, and things are a little crazy! At Roberta’s Art Gallery’s Craft Corner, we are going to kick things into gear and get back on track. Keeping to a schedule, no matter at home, school, or… Continue Reading →

How to Succeed in an Online Class

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A lot of students have never taken an online class and transitioning to an online class can be a big challenge. We have put together a list of resources and tips for you to use while classes are online. Feel… Continue Reading →

The Luck of the Irish

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St. Patrick’s Day is a holiday that many American’s enjoy celebrating every year. It’s a great excuse to get together with family and friends, attend the local parade, wear lots of green clothes, and drink beer. However, there is a… Continue Reading →

Resources for Students of Color

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Being a student of color at a predominantly white university can be overwhelming. I, myself, often struggle to find my place on campus and to be in a community with “my people.” But fear not! UW-Whitewater has been intentional in… Continue Reading →

Don’t Break your Bank this Spring Break

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Are you trying to plan an affordable spring break with all your closest friends? Here are some ways you can cut down on costs, but still make memories you will never forget! Of course, everyone wants to escape this Wisconsin… Continue Reading →

How to Organize Your Busy Schedule

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Get a Planner! It might seem cliché, but using a planner is one of the easiest ways to stay organized! I use a planner for both school and work, and I can’t tell you how many times it has saved… Continue Reading →

Top 5 Tips for Incoming Students at UW-W

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I know coming to a new school either as a transfer student or incoming freshman is scary. It’s a new chapter in your life and you don’t know what to expect. Being a Junior here at UW-W, I have seen… Continue Reading →

Valentine’s Day for the Single Person

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February 14, a day we know as Valentine’s Day. I prefer to call it Single’s Awareness Day, personally. As someone who is surrounded by people in relationships, it can be hard to spend the day of love alone. That being… Continue Reading →

The “Before I Graduate” Bucket List

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As second semester rolls around, seniors start to say the famous statement of “I wish I would have done this” or “I regret not doing that”. Some of us, if we’re lucky, will even have the opportunity to talk to… Continue Reading →

Taste Test: Weird Food Combinations

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One of our UC Employees took suggestions from our social media followers on different food combinations and did a taste test! Check out his vlog today!

What’s the Difference Between Purple Points and Dining Dollars?

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Greetings, Warhawks! All students, at some point in their time here at UW-W, ask “What’s the difference between Purple Points and Dining Dollars?” Often times you get various answers from friends and peers, but here are the facts, brought to… Continue Reading →

Changing Procrastination into Productivity

At one point or another throughout the semester, we all fall into a season of procrastination. Whether it’s for a short period of time during the semester or all throughout, we experience this urge to push our homework and projects… Continue Reading →

National Frozen Food Month

When juggling a hectic schedule that may consist of school, work, and a social life, many of us struggle in finding ways to create healthful meals that are easy to prepare. When on a budget, finding those foods can be… Continue Reading →

Phi Eta Sigma

A Brief History  While many see the Greek letters and assume Phi Eta Sigma is a fraternity, Phi Eta Sigma is actually a National Honor Society! It is best known for being the nation’s first and largest honor society for… Continue Reading →

March: National Nutrition Month 2020

Eat Right, Bite by Bite Every person is different, and though a specific diet lifestyle may work for one person, it may not work for someone else. National Nutrition Month (NNM) 2020 theme’s rhyme and simple food treatment appeals to… Continue Reading →

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