James “Groovy” Cocroft, an employee of the Military and Veterans Resource Center at UWM, recently reminded Katie Mosack that there are still good people in this world.
A new oral history project captures the feelings of fear and devastation wrought by the disease, as well as the hope and success in fighting it. It’s all captured in interviews with many of those who lived through it.
The “See Me Because” portrait project hosted at UWM’s INOVA Gallery allowed minority youths to portray themselves as they choose to be seen — as superheroes and nurses, entertainment stars and community leaders.
For some UWM students, the U.S. Senate debate held on campus Oct. 8 was a golden opportunity. It was a chance for journalism students to cover a nationally significant event without leaving campus.
Software may become obsolete in just a few years, but a device’s plastic, metal and glass can take hundreds of years to decompose. What do we do with that? What does that say about us? UWM artist Nathaniel Stern explores these questions.
Oct. 11 marks National Depression Screening Day, and UWM wants to help those who may be feeling sad, angry, anxious or stressed.
Katie Miota has been named UWM’s new chief enrollment officer, a role she has filled on an interim basis since March 2018.
UWM’s Life Impact program received $15,000 from the Brewers Community Foundation as one of the beneficiaries of the Hitting 4 the Cycle fundraising event.
UWM will welcome its neighbors Sept. 22 and 23 as it participates in the eighth annual Doors Open Milwaukee.
Buy some peanuts and Cracker Jacks, and root, root, root for the Milwaukee Brewers as they roll out the barrel and host division rival the Pittsburgh Pirates on UWM Night Sept. 15.