A Real Bark of a Time

With many options being available this Halloween, one local Howard-based business featured a special “pawty.” Bark and Brew held a much-anticipated 4th annual Halloween “pawty,” focusing on bringing all furry friends and their owners together, costumes and all. Over 100 individuals attended the event accompanied by their furry four-legged buddy. From firefighters to “ruffarees,” many owners showcased the cuteness of their dog in hopes of winning 1 of the 3 prize baskets available.

Munch at the Mauthe

Hungry?

Dinner for Two has been a Mauthe Center tradition on campus every Tuesday evening from 5 p.m. to 6 p.m. Students can donate $2 and receive a home-cooked meal made by local community members. This means students can avoid spending money off-campus, as well as avoid spending money on campus catered foods. 

UWGB’s Mask Mandate Extended

With the effects of COVID-19 still prominent in campus life, the University of Wisconsin- Green Bay (UWGB) has decided to extend the campus-wide mask mandate to November 26th. It was made known to everyone returning to campus at the beginning of the semester that the mandate is required for anyone to enter a building. This brought forward a lot of different opinions, and many students and professors are not afraid to share their opinions on the mask mandate.

J-Term Enrollment is Open

Enrollment opened for the University of Wisconsin Green Bay (UWGB) January Interim on October 22, 2021. Currently, there are 60 classes offered. These courses are accelerated learning opportunities. Student Lexi Gall, Senior Lecturer Danielle Bina, and GBOSS Manager Kristi Koshuta share their insights on the winter semester.

Beyond Breath Meditation

In a world with an ongoing pandemic, school, work, and life, it can be a challenging time keeping your stress and anxiety at the level. Beyond Breath is where you can find time for free meditation. Meditation is a clever way to calm your body down when you are feeling stressed or even have anxiety.

Friends, Family, and Food at the Farmer’s Market

The Wednesday night farmer’s market on Washington Street was a summer hot spot in downtown Green Bay, and it’s wrapping up! How has the farmer’s market affected the vendors and attendees? Green Bay’s Wednesday Farmers Market greatly impacts its community, and the love for the farmer’s market is clear.

Morbid Curiosities and Historical Horror to be found at Neville Museum

The Neville Museum is getting spooky this month, featuring a late-night “morbid curiosity” exhibit focusing on the macabre, strange, and unexpected items that have been collected over the years. The event is open every Tuesday in October (12,19, 26), and tickets are $15 per non-museum member or $12 per member. The museum is located at 210 Museum Pl, in Green Bay.