Moving away from home to attend college is sometimes a scary and unusual experience. However, some students find a sense of community on the UWS campus through a shared faith. Casey Damberg, a junior economics major, joined Chi Alpha to have a community on campus to...
Running competitively since fifth grade, the Nicole Koski career at the University of Wisconsin-Superior through the women’s cross country and track and field teams, following in her brothers’ footsteps.
A varsity player at Duluth East High School, Izaya Gill is looking to get the chance to play football at the college level before closing the book on his football career.
Despite the inconveniences that come with being unable to meet in person, Amnesty International Secretary Amanda Foster notes that being online has its perks.
When Wilson isn’t on the soccer field, he can be found on the golf course, trying his luck with a much smaller ball.
The efforts to harmonize the uniqueness of all students has been accelerated by one of the university’s oldest and most influential student organizations, the World Student Association (WSA).