“RuPaul’s Drag Race” contestant Jaidynn Diore Fierce will headline the 19th annual UWM Drag Show, with soul pop singer Lex Allen performing at intermission Feb. 24 at the Miller High Life Theatre, 500 W. Kilbourn Ave. The show, which begins at 7 p.m., will be emcéed by celebrated drag performers Lady J (Jazz Nance) and […]
Students and community members alike were on hand for the second annual “Hot Stove” collaboration between UWM and the Milwaukee Brewers.
With baseball season on the horizon, UWM and the Milwaukee Brewers are teaming up to get fans warmed-up and on-deck with their second annual “Hot Stove” event. The free, public event will take place in the Fireside Lounge of the Student Union on Tuesday, Feb. 6, eight days before the Brewers start spring training. Doors […]
The UWM Food Center and Pantry has moved into a new space, Student Union Room 348, for the spring semester – the former home of the Kenwood Inn restaurant.
Rather than sit back and relax, several members of the UWM community spent the Martin Luther King Day Jr. of Service the way it was intended — by serving others.
Representatives from Microsoft presented the first program of UWM’s Connected Systems Institute, demonstrating software designed to harness data from the “industrial internet of things,” or IIoT, to boost productivity of companies.
Colson Whitehead, author of the Pulitzer Prize-winning “The Underground Railroad,” will speak at 7 p.m. on Jan. 31 in the UWM Student Union Wisconsin Room.
Ameena Yusuf’s journey to a college degree almost halted as it began when her father was diagnosed with brain cancer during her sophomore year at UW-Milwaukee.
On Aug. 25, 2017, Hurricane Harvey struck the middle Texas coast, drawing the attention of the world to an astonishing display of the storm’s power and the human suffering it wrought. But as the storm diminished, the so did media coverage, leaving the residents to cope with the aftermath in relative obscurity. Now their stories […]
UWM is working to earn federal status as a Hispanic-serving institution, where 25 percent of a university’s undergraduate students are Latino. Achieving that status would boost the university with additional resources and diversity, and make UWM better able to supply the nation’s workforce.