Downtown Green Bay is known for its cuisine, local shops, and exciting downtown shops. However, a certain organization has captured the hearts of everyone around Green Bay and the surrounding areas. Safe Haven Pet Sanctuary displays compassion and love for animals in need. This nonprofit organization is a no-kill, free-range rehabilitation center for animals in need. For years, they have only housed cats but recently have had some exciting expansions for their organization.
Graduation is quickly approaching for the students of UW-Green Bay. There are many events that the university is offering. One of those events is a graduation photo booth that the Union Marketing team is putting on. This is an opportunity for graduates to get a professional photo taken to use in any professional career they may apply for.
Students are regaining their voices and are in control! After they went defunct for years, various student-run media organizations are making their return to the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay campus.
Currently, 10 players have entered the transfer portal for Green Bay.
Earth Day was last week, and the students at the University of Wisconsin, Green Bay had many events planned to educate students and professors about environmental issues and the effects of global warming on the world and our future.
Here is a list of five simple and cheap ways for UWGB students to practice self-care. Check them out and try them for yourself.
Are you looking for a way to get involved this summer, make an impact in children’s lives and earn some extra credits along the way? Consider being a buddy for this year’s Camp Lloyd, which will take place June 20th through 24th.
This past week, students had the opportunity to vote on student government positions at the University of Wisconsin – Green Bay.
There are several new – and yet, very familiar – faces at the helm of the De Pere High School softball team this year.
WiSys postponed its’ UW-Green Bay’s Quick Pitch Competition on April 13th at 8:43 a.m. in a mass email from the Office of the Provost to the student population. The email claims the reason the Quick Pitch is no longer in production is due to “…multiple students being unable to finalize their participation in the event.”