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Ingredients for a Diverse America

Photo Courtsey of indianexpress.com

Though the travel ban and its implied origins met heavy criticism, and protest formed across the United States, the ban is not drastically different from the overall history of the American immigration policy. In K-12 schooling America is often described as the melting pot, the place people of all ethnicities and religions come to live and work together. In contrast ... Read More »

A Look into Sports 2/13 – 2/19

The UWSP Men's swim team holds the WIAC Championship banner. Photo courtesy of UWSP Athletics.

MEN’S SWIMMING WINS 18th STRAIGHT WIAC TITLE The men’s swimming and diving team won its unprecedented 18th straight conference championship Saturday. The team finished with a total of 971.50 points en route to a 251-point margin of victory. Owen Gluck, who was named Diver of the Meet, continued his dominance as he won both the one and three-meter diving events. ... Read More »

Fruition and Gin Mill Hollow Rock at the Encore

Fruition playing a great show at the Encore. Photo by Nomin Erdenebileg

Mandolin, guitar and a little bit of electricity created folkie tunes brought to campus Thursday night by Gin Mill Hollow and Fruition. The opening band, Gin Mill Hollow is an acoustic folk rock trio out of Madison. Marc Norman, songwriter, guitarist, double bassist and vocalist for Gin Mill Hollow, is quite familiar with the university, having graduated from the University ... Read More »

Friendly Neighborhood Artist, Tim Zeszutek

Tim Zeszutek painting in the DUC cases. Photo by Nomin Erdenebileg

If a tall, dark figure is spotted lurking the halls of the Noel Fine Arts Center late at night, fear not. It is likely Tim Zeszutek, fifth-year senior graphic design major and Bachelor of Fine Arts with an emphasis in 2D art. Zeszutek’s following of student and faculty supporters has grown substantially throughout his years on campus as he continues ... Read More »

Humans Of Point

Hannah Mauel | Photo by Lhea Owens.

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 »

Women’s Basketball Players Reflect on their Athletic Careers

Sarah Gamillo fights off a UW Stout player. Photo courtesy of Kylie Bridenhagen.

Seniors Autumn Hennes, Lauren Anklam, Taylor Douglas and Sarah Gamillo are nearing the end of their college basketball careers at the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point. Hennes said that her four years of playing basketball at the collegiate level have taught her not to take playing the game for granted. Playing basketball has not been without its struggles for Hennes. During her ... Read More »

Pulling Back the Curtain on Campus Coal

The smoke stack on the north end of campus. Photo courtesy of Dalen Dahl.

Last spring the Office of Sustainability announced that the university obtains 100 percent of its electricity from renewable resources. However, electricity is not the only energy needed on campus. Heating is the other requirement and at the moment the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point’s heat source is not renewable. Cold Wisconsin winters require a lot of energy to warm buildings. This ... Read More »

Campus Is In Clear, EPA in Fear

Nelson Hall is UWSP's office of sustainability. Photo courtesy of Dalen Dahl.

President Donald Trump and the Republican-controlled house have moved forward in their effort to ‘terminate’ the Environmental Protection Agency through funding cuts and staff removal. The nomination of Scott Pruitt for head of the EPA  put environmentalists on edge. Pruitt’s name is linked with 14 lawsuits against the agency he now heads. The EPA has impacted the United State’s carbon ... Read More »

Stevens Point Co-Op Now Managed By Members

The Stevens Point Area Cooperative. Photo courtesy of Dalen Dahl.

The Stevens Point Area Co-Op is under the new management of co-op members. The co-op is a local cooperative style grocery store with a mission of providing high-quality foods for its members at the lowest price possible. Membership entails a 15 percent discount and is available to the public for $40 per household per year. Melissa Haack, collective manager at the ... Read More »