Author Archives: Dan Wussow

Woodland Sports Team Looks Forward to 66th Annual Midwestern Foresters’ Conclave

Each year, the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point woodland sports team participates in a series of training events beginning in the fall to prepare for their large regional competition in the spring. The Midwestern Foresters’ Conclave, a two-day spring event which pits 14 Midwestern universities against each other in athletic and academic forestry contests, is the team’s biggest competition of the ... Read More »

Men’s Hockey Team Gears Up for Conference Tournament

After wrapping up the regular season with an 18-4-3 record, the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point men’s hockey team sets its sights on the Wisconsin Intercollegiate Athletic Conference tournament. The team’s strong season was briefly diverted by a mini-slump during the third week of November when it struggled through a three-game stretch with two consecutive losses and a tie, but the ... Read More »

Students Weigh in on Winter Olympics Ahead of Opening Ceremony

The 2018 Winter Olympics will commence in Pyeongchang, South Korea on Friday, Feb. 9 and will run through Sunday, Feb. 25. The 23rd edition of the Winter Games will unite 92 countries in competition over a series of 102 events, which will be divided between 15 featured sports disciplines. Traditional sporting events like alpine skiing, bobsleigh, cross-country skiing, curling, speed ... Read More »

Swimming and Diving Teams Hope to Make Splash in Conference Championship

As the regular season of swimming and diving nears an end, the men and women of the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point look to finish strong and prepare to shift their attention onto the Wisconsin Intercollegiate Athletic Conference Championship. Both teams have fared well this season, according to head coach Al Boelk, who attributes much of its success to continued health ... Read More »

New Volunteer Program Will Bring Outdoors Experience to the Elderly and Less-Abled

Cycling Without Age is a non-profit volunteer program that offers free bicycle rides to the elderly and people of differing abilities in the local community. The program was originally founded in Copenhagen, Denmark by Ole Kassaw in 2012. Thanks to the endeavors of First District Alder Tori Jennings, fellow members of the Cycling Without Age (CWA) board of directors and ... Read More »