Below are three more success stories about students who’ve broken the stigma surrounding UWGB’s branch campuses and proven the aforementioned community college stereotypes to be untrue.
While the rest of the world is focused on the adventures of Doctor Strange and his mad multiverses, Spider-Man has swung his way to the Christie Theatre in the University Union at UW-Green Bay.
Logan Bruss. The name may not be very well known to most, but the story behind it is one that deserves praise and recognition.
As the school semester comes to a close and warmer weather is starting, there are a number of local and statewide events. With a gain in personal time, many students and members of the community are planning to attend an event or visit a scenic place in Wisconsin.
First Phuture Phoenix is in the books with no COVID-19 protocols.
People Should Do What They Want to Do.
Would you jump out of a perfectly good, working airplane?
Located in Pulaski, WI, Skydive Freefall Adventure provides people with the opportunity to do just that.
The College Diabetes Network is a national group that services over 259 college campuses across the country. Here at UWGB, the on-campus chapter held a game of Jeopardy to inform the public about diabetes. This event was held between 6 PM and 7 PM in Phoenix Club Room B on Wednesday, April 26th, on the UWGB campus. Though there were only seven attendees playing the game, the energy in the room was fun as the two teams competed against each other.
A movement that started in Appleton has recently been sweeping the state of Wisconsin and its neighbors year by year.
A fifty-year tradition at UW-Green Bay is no more.