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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 →

Now UC Us: Dave Halbach

What does an average day look like working in the UC? What are your day-to-day responsibilities? I supervise three areas/departments; HawkCard Office, Ticket Services, and UC Desktop support. I really appreciate the effort of everyone I work with.  Like most… Continue Reading →

Why Service Matters: Join Circle K International Today

Authors: Jennifer Basgall and Sydney Goldman      Circle K is an organization that strives to bring together our campus community with our Whitewater community. Every member gets a chance to make new friends and memories, form new connections, and have unforgettable… Continue Reading →

February American Heart Health Month

Your heart is the most impactful organ in the body. Once your heart stops working, life is over and this can happen in a second without notice and at any age. Heart disease is not just for the elderly, it… Continue Reading →

Oatmeal, Soup, & Tea Month

Oatmeal, soups, and tea oh my! These three foods can bring a plethora of vitamins and minerals to your body. The best part is that they are easy to make and the recipes are endless. Let’s break them down and… Continue Reading →

Benefits of Dining Dollars

If you have a meal plan, you also have Dining Dollars, either in the small add-on account with a weekly meal plan or the Full or Mega Dining Dollar plan.  Do you know all of the benefits of having Dining… Continue Reading →

Now UC Us: Tom Federer

As the UC Building and Grounds Supervisor, what does an average day look like working in the UC?  What are your day to day responsibilities? I arrive before 5:00 am every morning.  I walk through the UC checking in with… Continue Reading →

New Year New You

Setting Goals for Better Health The tradition of New Year’s resolutions provides an excellent opportunity to set goals to improve your health. Identifying your top health needs and setting realistic goals are important steps to take for successful behavior change…. Continue Reading →

Healthy Holiday Eating

Although the holidays are a fun-filled, happy season, they are also associated with inevitable stress, parties, and copious amounts of cookies and candies. Many people fear added weight gain, but studies show that average American weight gain is only about… Continue Reading →

Best Off-Campus Dining Locations

When students choose where they go to college, one of the main things that they discuss is where they can eat while they’re at school. Tour guides tell you all about the on-campus locations that you can use meal swipes… Continue Reading →

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