Late-night Breakfast

The University of Wisconsin-Green Bay (UWGB) serves hot breakfast to students. The annual late-night breakfast was on Tuesday, December 13th, from 8:00-9:30 pm, serving over 300+ students in the University Marketplace. This event was held the week prior to finals to provide a relaxing event to de-stress from the anticipation of finals.

Coping With Stress (During Finals Week)

Finals week can provide ample amounts of stress for those in college, and it can be hard to find ways to manage that stress during a time when students are taking/studying for multiple exams. At the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay (UWGB), students are preparing to face their finals week at the end of the fall semester, and not everyone knows what steps they can take to keep their stress levels low.

UWGB Students in the Snow

With winter right around the corner, the University of Wisconsin – Green Bay (UWGB) students are out and about in Brown County doing various winter activities. Some events are more well-known, while others are newer to the area.

Heightened Concerns with UWGB Parking Lots

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.

The Kress Revival

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.

Is campus transitioning to hand dryers in the bathrooms over paper towels?

Students at the University of Wisconsin – Green Bay (UWGB) may have noticed signs across campus restrooms that say, “Paper towel dispensers are out of service! Please use hand dryers in lieu of paper.” Is there a reason for this? Before COVID-19, there were restrooms on campus with paper towels, some with hand dryers, and some with both. In response to the pandemic, hand dryers were deactivated as a health and safety measure, and more paper towel dispensers were installed in restrooms.