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Five Tips to Start 2021 Right

By Hannah Keziah Agustin 2020 was exhausting. COVID-19 has seeped into every crevice of our lives like an uninvited guest. In the past year, we have experienced loss, death, and injustices on a global scale, and if you’re like me,… Continue Reading →

How To Make Friends in a Pandemic

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 →

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 →

Art as Therapy: Creating Amidst a Pandemic

By Hannah Keziah Agustin I bought a five-dollar watercolour palette on Wish two months ago. It had twelve colours, a sponge, and a water brush pen. Since it arrived last month, my life has never been the same. As someone… Continue Reading →

Resources for Students of Color

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 →

I Never Thought I’d be in America

If living far from home is the measure of success, my family is very successful. We migrated from the Philippines this year because my mother is a nurse at Fairhaven Senior Services. Since March, we’ve experienced living without furniture, insurance,… Continue Reading →

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