Dining options on college campuses always seems to be a popular topic of discussion amongst college students. Several college campuses within the University of Wisconsin (UW) system, including UW-Whitewater and UW-River Falls, have a chain sub restaurant as a part of their dining options available to students. Some think UW-Green Bay should follow suit.
The Green Bay farmer’s market is making its way back to Broadway Street for the summer of 2021. After the summer of 2020 was spent in Leicht Memorial Park for the first time because of COVID-19, the vendors and attendees will finally see things getting back to normal.
The COVID-19 pandemic has been going on for over a year now in the United States. Lately, the most talked-about question on everyone’s mind has been: “when will life be able to return to normal?” The massive rollout of vaccines in the United States may bring the answer to the question. Beginning April 5, people 16 and older can register to receive a vaccination for COVID-19 in Wisconsin. However, some people have questions and doubts about the effectiveness and safety behind the different available vaccines. The idea behind them is that everyone will take a vaccine, but this may or may not be the case.
With four sororities and two fraternities on the campus of The University of Wisconsin- Green Bay, students that are interested in joining a chapter of Greek Life have different options to choose from. College students join sororities and fraternities for many different reasons. Still, the most common ones are making friends, making connections for future careers, and participating in volunteer work in group settings. However, people who do not know how Greek Life works tend to view it negatively.
The University of Wisconsin-Green Bay Communication Department looks to explore new ways to better student’s education and make for a more enjoyable experience. A new face will join the UWGB Communication department, Justin Kavlie.
Mackenzie Brown, a December 2020 graduate of the University of Wisconsin – Green Bay (UWGB), landed a job before graduating. Mackenzie shares what helped her shape that success before receiving her bachelor’s degree.
Internships are a common part of a college student’s higher education experience, especially at the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay (UWGB). This month is National Internship Awareness Month, and a UWGB faculty member and a student share their advice and experience with internships.
For most college students, COVID-19 had a major impact on their education and lives.
Schools across the state and the country went from being in-person to online. The University of Wisconsin – Green Bay was one of those schools.
Many students, faculty, and community walk along the trails of UW – Green Bay’s Cofrin Memorial Arboretum each day. Along one of the trails lies a small chapel called the Shrine of St. Anthony of Padua that appears next to a tower where they allow visitors to view the University and the rest of Green Bay from the birds-eye-view.
According to an article by Investopedia, fifty-four percent of U.S. college students take on debt from student loans to pay for their higher education. Scholarships are a helpful yet time-consuming way to offset the expense of furthering your education. Applying for scholarships is highly recommended. It can sometimes be challenging to know where to start.