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Beer Tour Makes its Way to the Brewhaus

Jazmine Bevers Jbeve283@uwsp.edu Known for its hospitable atmosphere and playful interior, the Basement Brewhaus is making the press with its annual Beer Tour. For $1.50, any person over the age of 21 can sample one full Wisconsin beer a week, keeping track on a punch card for every new brew. 12 punches on the card are equal to five “Brewbucks,” ... Read More »

Men’s Basketball Impresses with Undefeated Streak

Will Rossmiller wross460@uwsp.edu With a majority of players returning and the team’s leading scorer coming back from an injury, the Pointer men’s basketball team was set for a great season; but no one expected this. The Pointers have not lost a game yet, compiling a 20-0 record. Senior guard Tyler Tillema has come back from injuries last season to now ... Read More »

Renovations Improve Health Enhancement Center’s Safety

MyKayla Hilgart mhilg143@uwsp.edu Recent modifications and renovations in the Health Enhancement Center have made the high-traffic area a safer place to be active on campus. To increase safety and deter theft from the cubbies outside the Strength Fitness Center in the HEC, a new video surveillance camera was installed last spring. “I use the Strength Center about five times a ... Read More »

New to Netflix- Stuck In Love

Grace Ebert geber176@uwsp.edu “Stuck in Love” (2012), written and directed by Josh Boone, chronicles one turbulent year in the lives of a fractured family. Bill Borgens (Greg Kinnear) is a published author and PEN/Faulkner Award winner unable to cope with his divorce from ex-wife Erica (Jennifer Connelly). Their children, Sam (Lily Collins) and Rusty (Nat Wolff), are emulating their father ... Read More »

Security Breaches Affecting Millions

Rachel Pukall rpuka198@uwsp.edu Millions of Target customers have been affected by hackers who stole credit and debit card information during the 2013 holiday season. The recent theft is one of the largest ever reported. Major retailer computer systems were broken into by a hacker who obtained access to credit and debit card terminals. Customers who shopped at Target and used ... Read More »

Pointers Sports after Winter Break

Will Rossmiller wross460@uwsp.edu Women’s Basketball Going into the season, the coaching staff and players knew that it would be a challenge to match the production of graduated guard Sam Barber. The Pointers women’s basketball team has still experienced success this season, just maybe not what they were hoping for. The team is currently 13-5 overall, 6-3 in conference, which is ... Read More »

Bitter Cold Weather Affects Students

Rachel Pukall rpuka198@uwsp.edu The extremely low temperatures over the past few weeks have affected students’ moods and their ambitions to go outside to attend events and even classes. For students dedicated to campus productions however, the cold is worth braving. “I don’t really think the cold weather has hindered a lot of the ticket sales,” said Jenny Piton, a senior ... Read More »