Live streaming has become a new entertainment medium for people. Platforms like YouTube, Tik Tok, and Twitch offer many ways in which a person can live stream an activity or chat from their homes or office with people from all over the globe.
There have been various signs of global warming occurring throughout the world. From ice caps melting to temperature fluctuations, we have seen various changes throughout the environment that are altering what the future will look like. However, what does the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay (UWGB) do, and how do they see global warming changes around them?
With the holidays approaching fast and people traveling home to see family and friends, some international students and faculty at the University of Wisconsin – Green Bay (UWGB) shared their memories of the extended break.
The University of Wisconsin- Green Bay’s (UWGB) athletics are not unfamiliar with the idea of traveling. As for a division one athletics department, traveling across the country is expected; however, the Men’s Basketball team has just broken the mold for phoenix athletics and has taken a trip outside the U.S. for the first time in school history.
Maybe some people have heard of John Mulaney, and maybe others have not. The comedian came to the Weidner Center at the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay (UWGB) on Saturday, November 19, for his current tour John Mulaney: From Scratch.
The Green Bay Botanical Garden will return with a holiday favorite. The Wisconsin Public Service (WPS) Garden of Lights started November 25th, and people can experience the bright lights and fun nights.
UWGB offers students multiple places to park their cars while living on or off campus. However, UWGB parking lots are becoming more of an issue for students. Students are talking about how parking lots are inconveniently placed throughout campus in regard to where their classes are, the number of parking spots, how often they are maintained, etc.
Celebrating Native American Heritage Month Through Food and Community
The Kress Event Center is making a comeback after COVID-19, and in a big way, not only has there been more student activity but events for students to take part in.
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