Tag Archives: University of Wisconsin Stevens Point

Thoroughly Modern Millie: A Review

Goodness! If you’re looking for a sing-songy tap-dancing good time, Millie is the one for you. Thoroughly Modern Millie is a musical about a young woman’s quest for monetary love in the Big Apple, but what she finds is not what she’s looking for. The leading lady Millie Dillamount, played by Allegra Berglund, has everything a leading lady should have: ... Read More »

Different Eating Options

Sick of the same old food? Debot just not cutting it anymore? Looking for more options on places to eat…or just healthier options? For those who don’t know, the CPS Cafe, located in the College of Professional Studies building, actually serves more than coffee. They serve sandwiches, soups, desserts and more wrapped into a low-lighted atmosphere. As an environmentally conscious ... Read More »

Legos® of the Future

A few weeks ago in a Forest Entomology lecture my mind was blown when I learned that trees communicate stress with allelochemicals. And now that I had finally come back to reality – POW! Mind blown again! This time it was a conversation with Erik Singsaas, research director for the Wisconsin Institute of Sustainable Technology (WIST) and associate professor at ... Read More »

Capturing the Moment

Accomplished film directors do not only appear in Hollywood, as demonstrated this past weekend at the 6th annual Central Wisconsin Film Festival. The festival included award winning independent films from short films, to documentaries and feature films. Each of these productions were picked from submissions based on quality filmmaking craft, uniqueness of concept and vision, original subject matter, entertaining stories ... Read More »

Curry: The Multinational Dish of Awesome

Curry. The mere mention of the name creates tremors in my stomach and a warm feeling spread to my tongue. It is in curry’s name I have suffered through a blindingly spicy, ridiculously delicious Indian curry and summited the flavor peaks of Mount Delectable Thai Green Curry. What I’m trying to say: curry is amazing. If you’re a bit unsure ... Read More »

Solid Finish for the Wrestling Team at the Pointer Open

Several members of the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point wrestling team competed in the tournament style wrestling match held at Stevens Point Area Senior High Saturday. The individual based tournament fea­tured several other universities from the Midwest. In the 125-pound weight class, sophomore Lance Fabry finished fourth. UW-Oshkosh’s Zach Mueller finished first. The field also featured Point junior Jordan Poirier and ... Read More »

Pointer Volleyball Earns NCAA Division III Wild Card

After a second place finish in the Wisconsin Intercollegiate Athletic Conference tournament, the University of Wisconsin – Stevens Point women’s volleyball team earned a wild card spot in the NCAA Division III tournament. The Pointers were the number one seed heading into the WIAC tournament Friday night. Point defeated UW-Platteville 3-1, and two-seeded UW-Whitewater defeated UW-Eau Claire 3-2. Both teams ... Read More »

Pointers’ Quick Start Not Enough To Stop the Titans

Saturday marked the last day the seniors of the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point football team would step on Goerke Field as football players. The Pointers lost 38-24 on Senior and Parent’s Day to the Wisconsin Intercollegiate Athletic Conference’s second best team, UW-Oshkosh. The loss comes a week after falling to the top ranked UW-Whitewater. The Titans were coming off a ... Read More »

Military Science Comes Together In New Facility

The University of Wisconsin Stevens Point Department of Military Science celebrated their successful move into their new suite in the Health Enhancement Center at the beginning of the semester. They had previously been located in two different parts of the Student Services building. “It is wonderful that we are all in one area,” said Major Eric Beuerman. “We really are ... Read More »

Opening Day is Headed Our Way

I’m not much of a hunter, but from growing up in a family that hunts, eating venison burgers and being watched by deer heads on my living room walls has become a norm. Throughout the years I’ve learned a thing or two about deer hunting, including the infamous holiday of opening day for firearms deer hunting season, falling on Nov. ... Read More »