The University Recreation (UREC) Intramurals at the University of Wisconsin Green Bay has provided students the ability to play hard, have fun and lead for all. They promote well-being in the UW-Green Bay community and provide an atmosphere where all are welcome, no matter the competitive level.
Food Truck Fridays Are Back!
Food Truck Fridays made a comeback to the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay (UWGB).
New Local Vintage Clothing Store: Hidden Rivets Clothing Co.
There’s a hidden treasure a mere seven minutes away from UW-Green Bay’s campus, tucked away in a line of buildings.
UWGB Women’s Golf Team on a Hot Streak
The University of Wisconsin – Green Bay Women’s Golf team is teeing up to have another successful Horizon League tournament showing after a strong start to the spring portion of their season.
Allergies and Illness: How to stay healthy during Spring
Now that the snow has melted and the weather is heating up, many people are enjoying the outdoors. Although the warm weather has been enjoyed by many, others are experiencing seasonal allergies and illnesses.
UWGB Childcare Program Brings Dogs to Campus
The Phoenix Childcare Program hosted the event Read to a Dog on April 15th at the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay campus.
COMM Week Recap
The University of Wisconsin-Green Bay’s 6th annual COMM Week took place on April 3rd, with opportunities to showcase students’ work and skills.
UWGB Goes to the Mushroom Kingdom
On Friday, April 7th, UW-Green Bay students piled onto a bus to the East Side Marcus Theatre at 6:30 p.m. to watch Nintendo and Illumination’s latest collaboration, The Super Mario Bros. movie. This is part of a recently revived event, “UWGB Goes to the Movies,” which made its appearance last semester to view Avatar: Way of Water. For this event, UWGB students were allowed to attend the movie for free.
UW-Green Bay Offers Multiple Events Regarding Sexual Assault Prevention, Including Bringing Author and Motivational Speaker Kaitlyn Kenealy to campus
Serious topics are being addressed at UW-Green Bay, and students have thoughts. April marks sexual assault awareness month to keep people talking about an issue that affects “1 out of every 6 American women”. (RAINN, 2020). Many take part in this month and provide events that educate people on these serious topics.
UWGB Students Participating in the On-Ramp Pitch Competition
UWGB senior Mitchell Bell, majoring in communication, won the WiSys Innovation On-Ramp Pitch Competition on February 15th.