The University of Wisconsin-Green Bay’s Theatre & Dance department put on a production of William Shakespeare’s Measure for Measure. The play ran from November 2nd to the 4th. The play tackled heavy topics such as sexual oppression, gender politics, the role of the church, and abuse of the state and the criminal justice system.
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As the cross country season draws into November, there are two things a team can do: dwell on what it has already accomplished or look forward to what is to come. The UW-Green Bay Phoenix cross country team is looking to do both.
Domestic violence is a worldwide issue that has caused the deaths of millions of men, women, and children.
The Green Bay Area Public School District recently voted to close Wequiock Elementary School and move those students to Red Smith School for the 2024-25 school year.
Newspapers are out, and fake news is in. Or is it? Fake news, according to the University of Michigan, is a false and fabricated story and has no reputable facts, sources, or quotes. For example, the website The Onion features satirical and fictional “news” but looks authentic from the outside and, at times, has been taken seriously. Fake news can often come about through rumors or being filtered through so many sources, and it becomes distorted like a game of “telephone.”
Cabela’s and Bass Pro shops have been a corporate entity since July 5th of 2017, when John Morris acquired Cabela’s in a buyout.
Maybe the movie theaters actually aren’t dying. But they’re not quite living either.
The Mulva Cultural Center located in downtown De Pere is nearing closer to its grand opening this fall 2023.
The city of Green Bay has built a new welcome center for people visiting to find out what to do and where to stay while here in Green Bay.