But what does the word “impeachment” really mean? Why are we hearing it so much in the news, and what does President Donald Trump have to do with it?
A substantial crowd of alumni roamed the Union, calling on old memories of days gone by and raising funds for the Alumni Association’s scholarships.
Coming to a new campus or country can be an international roller coaster for many international students. Once international students first get to the University of Wisconsin-Superior (UWS), their first step is usually to make new friends.
Distance learning programs are specifically designed from the acknowledgement that geography and other conditions separate the student from the classroom, while utilizing the Internet medium to its full advantage.
But what is the common etiquette when handling the Star-Spangled Banner?
The presentation, held on November 5th, offered UWS students, local K-12 students, and community members the opportunity to glimpse some of the challenges refugees fleeing famine and war face.
As the liberal arts face pressure, both at the national level and in the state of Wisconsin, universities have begun to discuss what a liberal arts education means for students after college.
The Alworth Institute for International Studies at the University of Minnesota-Duluth (UMD) hosted their 12th annual WorldQuest international trivia contest on Wednesday, Nov. 13.
On Nov. 11, 2019, students and veterans gathered to honor United States’ veterans during Veteran’s Day Ceremony and 7th Annual Excellence in Service Awards. The event was held in the Yellowjacket Union Atrium 11:00 a.m – noon.
The University of Wisconsin-Superior Veterans and Nontraditional Students Center will be hosting a veterans week, starting Veterans Day, Monday Nov. 11, 2019.
The notes, spread throughout Swenson Hall, the Yellowjacket Union, and the Holden Fine and Applied Arts Center, contain a smattering of positive messages geared at students, staff, and faculty.
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.
It was a night full of costumes and fun throughout campus. Enjoy pictures that provide highlights of the night, submitted by Residence Life staff.