Fifteen years after a trove of 350 letters written by Milwaukee beer brewing royalty were unearthed, two UWM grad students tackled the task of translating the difficult to understand German script.
Board games and puzzles can be an escape from reality. But Matthew Petering says his new board game and puzzle book DISTRIX are different.
Richard Thomas, director of the UWM Student Union, has won the Central Region Mentor Award from the National Association of College Auxiliary Services.
With cameras in hand and video drones in the sky, Light the Hoan and UWM’s media team captured the bridge as it was lit up in Panther gold on Dec. 2.
The UWM Student Union used to be the busiest spot on campus. But with coronavirus protocols in place, it’s a quieter and less busy, with new rules about getting food and hanging out.
UWM will go an extra step and include graduate students in a University of Wisconsin System survey of alumni to weigh their career and education satisfaction five to 10 years after earning a bachelor’s degree.
Wearing a mask at the grocery store has become our new normal, but exercising in one can be a different story. Still, students visiting UWM’s Klotsche Center have adapted to the change.
Athletes are used to facing challenges. For them, COVID-19 is another opponent to defeat.
Like the rest of campus during the coronavirus crisis, the Golda Meir Library is different now. Tables are spaced out and some areas are closed, but it remains a place where students and others can work in peace and get the info they need.
Students in coronavirus quarantine or isolation can feel, well, isolated. That’s why the College of Nursing created a program to check in on those students to make sure their needs are met.