Author Archives: Kathryn Wisniewski

Student Body Play Sheds Light on Important Issues

Every semester, the Department of Theatre and Dance brings lively performances to the stages of the Noel Fine Arts Center. These productions strive to entertain and delight audiences. The first play of this semester brings a different goal. “Student Body” was written by Frank Winters and is a new play, published in 2016, that tackles some serious issues students encounter ... Read More »

Go Headless Over Sleepy Hollow – Review: The Legend of Sleepy Hollow

You can thank Washington Irving for the most iconic of all the characters you’ll see traipsing through the woods on All Hollow’s Eve. While “The Legend of Sleepy Hollow” does not take place on Halloween, The Headless Horseman has become a hallmark of the holiday, all thanks to the American author, Washington Irving. Though the 12,000-word short story was originally ... Read More »

Humans of Point

Taylor Petrie is a junior health care administration major. What is your favorite food? Tater tot casserole. My mom makes it homemade with onions, a few peas, tater tots, cream of mushroom soup and then she just kind of layers it together and puts the tater tots on top with some shredded cheese and bakes it for an hour. It’s ... Read More »

Humans of Point

Bridget Donahue is a junior elementary education major. What, in your opinion, is the best mode of travel? Is it walking, biking, car, plane, train or something else? Biking. I just got a bike, and I’ve just started traveling by bike. It’s been very exciting, well, maybe not exciting, but new. What is your favorite place you’ve ever visited? What ... Read More »

Bang! The Benefits and Drawbacks of Bullet Journaling

They are everywhere on social media. Instagram photos, Facebook posts and tweets scatter the web, depicting beautiful notebook entries, ranging from simplistic to ornate. They are bullet journals. The bullet journal was developed by Ryder Carroll and has come into pop culture prominence over the last few years. The goal is to create an organized space within which people can ... Read More »

Explore and Be Well with UWSP Adventure Tours

College is a key period in life, full of expanding horizons and a developing sense of freedom in a vast world. Often times, a little guidance can be of great aid. The University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point Adventure Tours aims to provide just that, adventure, to students and the community. Founded 32 years ago, Adventure Tours has long been a facet ... Read More »

Centertainment Helps Students Belly Dance the Night Away

Jangling bangles, colorful scarves and ornate skirts brought to life the traditional Middle Eastern music performed in the Encore. On Friday night, Centertainment Productions hosted An Evening of Belly Dancing accompanied by the musical ensemble, Salaam, in the Dreyfus University Center at the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point. The ensemble played music from countries throughout the Middle East, such as Morocco, ... Read More »

Dropping Beats with DAWG

No microphones were needed for this weekend’s performance in the Encore, though they did help throw about drum puns. On Saturday night, the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point’s student organization, Drum and Wind Group, presented Weapons of Mass Percussion in the Dreyfus University Center. Weapons of Mass Percussion was an exhibition of DAWG’s drumline. Cody Gehrke, sophomore math major, is vice ... Read More »