Arts and Entertainment

Humans Of Point

Hannah Mauel is a junior family and consumer science major How often do you find yourself attending a UWSP sporting event and which are they? I try to go to the hockey games as much as possible and the track meets because I find them to be the most interesting. Other wise I haven’t been to that many. Is there ... Read More »

Sign Language Club Comes In Handy

Primarily used by people who are deaf or hard of hearing, American Sign Language is a complex language that includes signs made by moving hands, facial expressions and body language. The purpose of Sign Language Club at the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point is to help create an interest in Sign Language while building awareness of Deaf culture and individuals who ... Read More »

Intermediary: A Peek At Chinese Video Art

When walking through an art gallery, most visitors expect to witness paintings, sculptures or drawings and would be surprised to find videos and digital images being displayed instead of these classic art forms. Breaking this generalization, Intermediary is a showcase of video art from China and is being displayed in the Edna Carlsten Art Gallery on campus. Seven different artists ... Read More »

The Best Things in Life Are Free: Portage County Public Library

The Portage County Public Library, just off campus at 1001 Main St., houses a variety of resources that benefit the community and university students. The library is free to use and students can acquire library cards, even if they aren’t from Stevens Point, with presentation of proper ID. It  is also part of the South Central Library System, a consortium ... Read More »

Jacques Brel Is Alive and Well and Living in Paris

Modern theatre-goers have fallen into a rut. They sit down in their red velvet seats and expect a two-act performance that tells them a story. The University of Wisconsin – Stevens Point Department of Theatre and Dance intends to break those expectations through its performance of Jacques Brel Is Alive and Well and Living in Paris, a 49-year-old musical revue. ... Read More »

Gear Up for Love

Love is in the air! To some, the Valentine’s Day season is full of romance and passion, for others, it is everything but. Love Guru Grant Edmonds crafted an umbrella of advice for every person in the “love”  mindset. Edmonds is a certified relationship coach out of Indiana who has appeared on shows such as 7th Heaven and Drew Carey. ... Read More »

BINGO Reaches New Audience On UWSP Campus

Over 30 students gathered on Feb. 10 to test their luck at the classic game of bingo. Tess Tranel, junior music education major and travel leisure coordinator at Centertainment, developed the idea of grocery bingo for college students on a budget. She first came across the idea of “glorified bingo” after looking at previous events put on by the travel ... Read More »

Music Review: Punch by Autoheart

Autoheart , a lively band, is one that you should take a look into. As an indie-pop band based out of London, they will pump you up and relax you with their debut album “Punch.” This album mixes it up with energetic, bright songs and slower, melodic piano pieces. Their sound is similar to Coldplay and a more relaxed version ... Read More »

Humans Of Point

Logan Sclavi is a sophomore computer information systems and web digital media development major Is there any kind of entertainment you’d like to see more of on campus? Wow, I have no idea for this question! I would probably say just more movies in general I guess. I don’t really go to a lot of events on campus, so I’m ... Read More »