Tag Archives: Rachel Pukall

Katherine Knight: Fashion Speech

Rachel Pukall rpuka198@uwsp.edu “We speak in fabric, color, line, shape and form. We speak in the language of fashion, just as it speaks for us in our daily life.” These are the words spoken on Katherine Knight’s blog, Fashion Speech. Katherine Knight, a communication student, started her blog last fall as a hobby. “I really like to write and it’s ... Read More »

The Aftermath of Homecoming

Rachel Pukall rpuka198@uwsp.edu The third annual homecoming clean up, took place Sunday, Oct. 6 at 10 a.m. following homecoming week. The event is co-sponsored by the Student Government Association, the Residence Hall Association, and the Old Main Neighborhood Association. “It’s a really positive community thing where we can get all of the students together,” said Ryan Specht, the Student Body ... Read More »

Pass It On Consignments Relocates

Rachel Pukall rpuka198@uwsp.edu If you’re looking to revamp your wardrobe at a reasonable price and make a little extra cash along the way, doing business with a consignment shop could be a smart move. Pass It On Consignments, a newly relocated consignment shop, opened the doors of its new downtown location across from the Portage County Library this past August. ... Read More »

Students Condone Concealed Carry

Rachel Pukall rpuka198@uwsp.edu Students for Concealed Carry will be offering a concealed carry class through the Wisconsin Concealed Carry, LLC this semester. Students for Concealed Carry is a non-politically affiliated organization dedicated to restoring Second Amendment rights to lawful students on campus. They believe in legal concealed carry on campus for self- defense purposes. Brock Majkowski, President of the group, ... Read More »

Calling All Muggles, the Quidditch Club is in Action

Rachel Pukall rpuka198@uwsp.edu There is a new club on campus called the UWSP Quidditch Club and it is looking to play the Muggle version of Quidditch, get some exercise and just have fun. If you are not familiar with the game, Quidditch is a competitive sport in the Harry Potter universe and is a rough, semi-contact sport, played on broom ... Read More »

TNR Mosaic Gets a Facelift

Rachel Pukall rpuka198@uwsp.edu Over the summer, the mosaic mural on the South wall of the Trainer Natural Resources building underwent a much needed renewal to bring it back to its original glossy finish. Conrad Schmitt Studios Inc. of New Berlin looked at the mural in May and found that a large amount of sediment had collected on the wall over ... Read More »

Pointing You to Your Best Cup of Coffee

Rachel Pukall rpuka198@uwsp.edu With school back in session, many students are relying on coffee to get through the day and give them aboost of energy. Here are a few of the best places in Stevens Point to get that necessary caffeine kick-star to keep you going all year. 1. Starbucks. Location: 101 Division Street  Karlyn Wormuth, a junior at the University of Wisconsin- ... Read More »

Barney Street Celebrates 35th Publication

Rachel Pukall rpuka198@uwsp.edu The Barney Street 2013 release party, which took place on Thursday May 2 in the Carlston Art Gallery of the Noel Fine Arts Center, honored many talented University of Wisconsin – Stevens Point writers. This is the 35th annual edition of Barney Street, UWSP’s free literary magazine created by University Writers. Students were allowed to submit prose, ... Read More »

Landing a Job After Graduation

Rachel Pukall rpuka198@uwsp.edu Finding a job after graduation can be stressful. With the economy the way it is, landing the position you want can be difficult. Sarah Johannes, a spring 2012 graduate from the University of Wisconsin – Stevens Point who majored in communication, got a job as a consultant for Delta Phi Epsilon Sorority International Headquarters. “The job is ... Read More »

Graduate School Stress

Rachel Pukall rpuka198@uwsp.edu The life of an academic student is full of stress, pressures and the hassle of time management. Add graduate school to the equation, and some students become completely overwhelmed. Having only an undergraduate degree is becoming not enough to land the well-paying jobs of the future. “There was always the expectation that I would go to college ... Read More »