Sports Without Fans

There are 4,018 seats in the Kress Events Center arena, and not one of them has been filled by a spectator or fan yet this year for any sporting event. With sports starting back up, the lack of fans in the stands changes that atmosphere that the student-athletes are used to playing in. The University of Wisconsin- Green Bay participates in the Horizon League conference, which falls under the NCAA rules and guidelines for COVID-19 protocol in-game settings.

Small Business helping Women Thrive even in Covid-Stricken Times

Many businesses have had to change their approach to their business model due to the COVID-19 pandemic. While there are numerous businesses out there that have already significantly changed the way they run, one company, Sunrise on Main LLC, is no exception. The local boutique is a women’s resale store featuring upscale apparel and accessories. The business’s nonprofit partner RESET.LIFE has worked hard to provide services to their clients during the pandemic while adhering to their mission and restrictions put on businesses.

All it Takes is a Pinky Promise

For many families, a child cancer diagnosis comes without any warning. It’s hard to prepare for such a life-changing event. Oftentimes, families are left worried about how they will sustain a healthy income while paving a road for recovery for their loved ones. Sometimes, all it takes is a pinky promise to brighten a smile.


Kyle Malzhan, a December 2020 graduate of the University of Wisconsin – Green Bay, is currently a Digital Reporter/Multimedia Journalist (MMJ) at WFRV in Green Bay.