The University of Wisconsin-Superior’s annual drag show was held Oct. 26, 2019. It began in recognition of the indigenous peoples’ land UWS resides on. T Leeper was the host of the night and they were as good, if not better than their hosting last spring.
Some students had prepared PowerPoint presentations, while others had made posters that presented their information. The presentations were roughly 15 minutes long and included findings on a range of topics including pollution, social issues, and political issues.
Starting with a proposal last winter, Njau and her mentor, associate writing professor Julie Gard, worked throughout the summer to create her written project “Crossing Generations: Women’s Experience in Fiction.”
Whenever I studied during the formative years of my associate’s degree, I blared the most mindless music I could acquire.
Perhaps I’m tired. Perhaps the problem, too, is of expectation. When I think of outgrowing music, I think of my friends and I who all unironically listened to nu-metal in junior high.
World Student Association is hosting Tea Session, Cultural Bridge Night, and a Cooking Demo this semester!
The woman behind the camera responsible for capturing authentic moments on the University of Wisconsin-Superior’s campus is Elsa Robins.
When winter comes, I like to walk down the road from my duplex and meditate on an empty beach looking out onto Lake Michigan.
Personally, autumn is a place of solace, where, if only for a month, I’m at a perfect equilibrium with the world around me. It doesn’t have to sound like pumpkin spice or reddening leaves. Though it’s difficult to pin down an autumnal sound, below are some records...
The Holden Fine & Applied Arts center hosted the Om Shalom Trio who filled Manion Theatre with their unique sound drawn from Middle and Far Eastern traditions.
The Strategic Planning Core Team (SPCT) is hosting an idea wall, set up Sept. 11 in the Yellowjacket Union Atrium. A white board is provided to share suggestions for the University of Wisconsin-Superior.
Students arriving at the University of Wisconsin-Superior campus may wonder who has walked the campus in the past. However, curiosities can be fed by reading Small, But Mighty: 125 Years of Leadership, Innovation and Tradition: Celebrating the University of Wisconsin-Superior’s 125th Anniversary.