Arts and Entertainment

Dr. Tangedal Celebrates Second Year At Cornerstone Press

Ross Tangedal is going into his second year of leading the University’s publishing house, Cornerstone Press. The publishing house, which was established in 1984 and specifically designed to staff students taking English 349: Editing and Publishing, become the only student-run press in the UW-system. Each student takes on a specific role from editorial to sales, all with the goal of ... Read More »

CREATE-ing Urban Artistry

The fourth installment of the Phantom Gallery Party series was held on Sept. 8 from 7-9 p.m. CREATE Portage County is a non-profit organization that focuses on the arts and creativity of the local community. This event features an interesting twist. CREATE turns old rough spaces into temporary art galleries for one night only and holds the location of the ... Read More »

Students Test Their Musical Forte With “Music Mayhem”

On the evening of Thursday, Sept. 7,  students arrived at the Laird Room in the Dreyfus University Center to participate in Music Mayhem. Music Mayhem is a group that can be booked for events like parties, weddings and for campuses. Some of the participants were curious after seeing the demonstration in Upper Debot around lunch time. “I saw the demo, ... Read More »

Beautiful Birds Are on Display in The Eligible Five

A reception for the current exhibition in the Carlsten Art Gallery was held on Thursday, Sept. 7. The exhibition is called “The Eligible Five” and will be on display in the Noel Fine Arts Center until Sept. 24. “The Eligible Five” exhibition brings together the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point College of Fine Arts and Communications and the College of Natural ... 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 »

The Ball Drop 2017 Experience

There are many activities to do during Welcome Week. Many are fun, and all are great ways to welcome students back to campus, but only one has the possibility of being trampled by fellow students. That activity is the Ball Drop. The annual Ball Drop was hosted at the Debot field on Sunday, Sept. 3. One thousand five hundred balls ... Read More »

A New Mural in Stevens Point

This summer a new mural was finished on the west-facing wall of Galaxy Comics & Games in downtown Stevens Point. The mural has been proudly on display since its unveiling on Aug. 23 of this year. It depicts the main ingredients of beer being poured into a Stevens Point Brewing Company pint glass.   Members of CREATE Portage County, a nonprofit ... 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 »

Comedy Brings The Stevens Point Community Together

Laughter boomed in the nearly-full room of the Encore as students came to Centertainment Production’s event, Comedy Kickback, featuring Matt Donaher as seen on Conan O’Brien, Joe Riley from Milwaukee and Jerron Baldwin also known as Bubba. Bubba, senior drama major, stepped on stage to perform stand up for the first time ever and opened the show telling jokes and ... Read More »