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Earth Week celebrated on campus
By Claire Armetta Staff Writer
There has been excessive planning and time put into the Earth Week activities which began on Apr. 22 and will continue throughout the week. Both Talia Schutz, the senior account executive of Creative Marketing Unlimited, and Wes Enterline, the sustainability coordinator, have worked diligently with student organizations to work toward the most student- friendly Earth Week yet. “We took the approach of doing activities that we thought students would be more involved in and would actually enjoy,” Talia Schutz said. See Earth Week Page 3
On Earth Day, senior Joel Kampf, right, stomps open a planting hole for a swamp oak tree as a part of the Collegiate Entrepreneurs Organiza- tion business Treenewal. Treenewal allows people to sponsor a tree to help reduce their carbon footprint. Read the full story on Page 4.
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but they both show deep pride to be the leaders of their organizations. Rifeta Badic and John Jensen are Badic, president of Gamma Al- both presidents of Greek organiza- pha Omega Sorority, Inc., said the ŽŵŵŝƐƐŝŽŶ ďĂƐĞĚƉŽƐŝƟŽŶ-‐ ƌŽƵŐŚůǇĮǀĞŚŽƵƌƐƉĞƌǁĞĞŬ͘ tions. Their sorority and fraternity organization was founded by “eight are different in size and personality, determined women” at Arizona WůĞĂƐĞĞŵĂŝů ƌƉĂĚƐΛƵǁǁ͘ĞĚƵ ĨŽƌŵŽƌĞŝŶĨŽƌŵĂƟŽŶ͊ State University in Tempe, Ariz., in 1993. The UW-Whitewater chapter was founded on Oct. 2, 2010. Six sisters make up the chapter. Jensen is president of Alpha Sigma Phi Frater- nity, which was founded national- ly in 1845 at Yale Renting for the 13/14 School Year University. The Carriage Hills/College Commons Apts. organization was Badic locally founded as Zeta Kappa Chapter on Febru- ary 2, 2013 and currently has 36 ac- tive members. The Royal Purple sat 2 Bedroom Apartments down with Badic and Jensen to learn in College Commons more about their organizations. Staff Writer
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RP: What is the worst Greek stereo- type your organization has been ac- cused of? Badic: Being exclusive, meaning that we only interact with members of the Greek Com- munity. Many of our Sisters are in- volved and/or hold executive board positions with many organiza- tions throughout Jensen campus. We en- courage our members to participate in different organizations in order to help them become well-rounded in- dividuals. Jensen: We haven’t been accused of many stereotypes. We strive to de- Royal Purple: What is your biggest feat all Greek stereotypes and show philanthropy event? that our organizations are not what Badic: We are very proud and dedi- they are portrayed as in the movies. cated to our established mentoring program at the Delavan-Darien High RP: What is the best part about School called Gamma Joining Each Greek life? Women through Education Leader- Badic: The opportunities allow you ship and Service. We act as big sis- to step out of your comfort zone, ters to the young ladies and touch network, develop professionally and basis on a variety of topics including make valuable lifelong relationships college preparation, sex education, with the members of your organiza- community involvement, academic tion. success, and other issues that may Jensen: The best part of being Greek affect young high school women. is the feeling of purpose that your or- Jensen: We conduct a number of ganization can give you. The direc- philanthropy efforts throughout the tion of the values that our organiza- year. Our most successful to date tion provide help us live successful was a collaboration with UW-W DQGIXO¿OOLQJOLYHV TOMS where we raised $1,100 for KaneKL16@uww.edu Movember, a men’s health aware- ness movement. RP: What sets your organization apart from others on campus? The girl in the Lifestyle Badic: Our organization prides it- photo entitled “Meyer wins self in being a service based sorority 2013 Student Leadership whose members come from diverse $ZDUG´ ZDV PLVLGHQWL¿HG DV backgrounds. There is no “typical” having a cognitive disorder. Gamma. We have Sisters from all In the article “UW-W cel- over the world with different per- ebrates play’s 75th Anniver- VRQDOLWLHVXQL¿HGE\*DPPD$OSKD sary,” Jacob Lesh should have Omega Sorority, Inc. Like our motto been recognized as portraying states, “Nos Una Crescemus” “Unit- the character of Simon Stim- ed We Will Grow.” son. Jensen: We strive to ensure that ev- If you believe there has erything we do is centered around been an error, contact the Roy- the values of Silence, Charity, Purity, al Purple atRP@uww.edu.
Police Report Adams, Aaron M., Underage Alcohol Consump- tion 04/21/2013
Mather, Paige A., Underage Alcohol Consump- tion 04/19/2013
Borges, Justin L., Underage Alcohol Consump- tion 04/21/2013
Newkirk, Paul M., Underage Alcohol Consump- tion 04/19/2013
Cunningham, Jamana T., D.C. – Objectionable Conduct 04/16/2013
Torrez, Matthew J., Public Intoxication 04/18/2013
Early, Willette R., Public Intoxication, Underage Alcohol Consumption 04/18/2013
Viken, Samantha A., D.C. – Trespassing, Underage Alcohol Consumption 04/19/2013
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Campus shooter safety plan By Zach Hicks Sports Â Editor
Despite Â the Â many Â tips Â and Â tools Â that Â UW-ÂWhitewater Â Police Â Chief Â Matthew Â Kiederlen Â provides Â stu-Â dents Â in Â the Â event Â of Â an Â active Â shoot-Â er, Â they Â must Â rely Â on Â their Â instincts Â to Â ensure Â their Â safety. â€œItâ€™s Â one Â of Â the Â things Â that Â keeps Â me Â up Â at Â two Â oâ€™clock Â in Â the Â morn-Â ing,â€? Â Kiederlen Â said. Â â€œThereâ€™s Â no Â way Â to Â give Â someone Â a Â clear Â and Â precise Â direction Â as Â to Â what Â to Â do. Â There Â is Â notâ€”and Â itâ€™s Â naĂŻve Â to Â think Â otherwise.â€? With Â recent Â shootings Â around Â the Â country Â in Â the Â past Â year, Â includ-Â ing Â two Â in Â Wisconsin, Â many Â insti-Â tutions Â are Â double-Âchecking Â and Â updating Â their Â emergency Â proce-Â dures. Â While Â UW-ÂWhitewater Â has Â procedures Â in Â place, Â Kiederlen Â said Â that Â the Â campus Â is Â working Â toward Â implementing Â outdoor Â speakers, Â so Â
those Â outside Â will Â be Â alerted. As Â soon Â as Â an Â active Â shooter Â is Â on Â campus, Â Kiederlen Â said Â stu-Â dents Â will Â be Â sent Â an Â emergency Â alert Â email. Â If Â the Â shooter Â is Â not Â near Â the Â student, Â the Â student Â should Â stay Â where Â they Â are, Â and Â take Â shelter Â in Â a Â building Â far Â away Â from Â the Â location Â of Â the Â shooter. Before Â his Â tenure Â at Â UW-ÂWhite-Â ZDWHU .LHGHUOHQ ZDV DQ RIÂżFHU DW Northern Â Illinois Â University. Â Shortly Â after Â his Â departure, Â on Â Valentineâ€™s Â Day Â in Â 2008, Â shooter Â Steven Â Kazmierc-Â ]DN NLOOHG ÂżYH people Â and Â injured Â Kiederlen 21 Â before Â commit-Â ting Â suicide. Â Kiederlen Â said Â seeing Â his Â former Â co-Âworkers Â on Â the Â news Â had Â a Â powerful Â impact Â on Â him. â€œWe Â talk Â about Â a Â human Â life Â hav-Â ing Â an Â effect Â on Â someone,â€? Â he Â said. Â
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â€œWell, Â seeing Â your Â friends, Â brothers Â and Â sisters Â go Â into Â a Â situation Â like Â that Â ... Â yeah Â it Â has Â an Â effect.â€? Kiederlen Â said Â he Â carried Â over Â many Â of Â the Â policies Â used Â at Â NIU, Â and Â he Â thinks Â those Â policies Â saved Â lives Â the Â day Â of Â the Â shooting. Associate Â Director Â of Â Residence Â Life Â Terry Â Tumbarello Â said Â resi-Â dence Â assistants Â get Â training Â by Â the Â police Â every Â year Â on Â what Â to Â do Â in Â the Â event Â of Â a Â shooter Â on Â cam-Â pus. â€œWhat Â we Â basically Â tell Â the Â staff Â is Â if Â you Â get Â any Â hint Â of Â a Â shooter Â on Â cam-Â Tumbarello pus, Â youâ€™re Â to Â seek Â shelter Â in Â a Â safe Â place,â€? Â Tum-Â barello Â said. Â â€œThey Â have Â no Â role, Â nor Â do Â I Â want Â them Â to Â have Â a Â role, Â beyond Â that.â€? The Â training Â the Â R.A.s Â receive Â is Â a Â presentation Â called Â â€œShots Â Fired,â€? Â presented Â by Â the Â police Â department. Â Any Â student Â can Â call Â the Â police Â de-Â partment Â at Â 262-Â472-Â4660 Â to Â sched-Â ule Â the Â presentation Â individually Â or Â with Â a Â group. Â .LHGHUOHQ VDLG LW FDQ WDNH ÂżYH minutes Â or Â an Â hour Â and Â can Â be Â pre-Â sented Â to Â one Â person Â or Â one Â thou-Â sand. Â â€œShots Â Firedâ€? Â has Â a Â short Â video, Â an Â instruction Â period Â and Â time Â for Â questions. The Â following Â are Â three Â possible Â scenarios Â and Â what Â to Â do Â if Â they Â were Â to Â occur. If Â you Â are Â outside Â when Â a Â shooter Â is Â on Â campus Kiederlen Â stated Â students Â must Â make Â the Â decision Â that Â is Â right Â for Â them, Â whether Â that Â means Â entering Â the Â nearest Â building Â and Â taking Â shel-Â ter Â or Â crouching Â between Â cars Â in Â a Â parking Â lot Â close Â by. Âł7KHÂżUVWWKLQJZHQHHGSHRSOH to Â do Â is Â to Â exercise Â their Â own Â best Â judgment,â€? Â he Â said. Â â€œIf Â you Â see Â lots Â of Â people Â in Â front Â of Â you Â running Â toward Â you, Â I Â suggest Â you Â go Â in Â the Â opposite Â direction. Â You Â have Â to Â look Â at, Â are Â you Â safe Â where Â you Â are? Â â€˜Can Â I Â make Â myself Â safer?â€™ Â â€˜Whatâ€™s Â my Â best Â option Â right Â now Â to Â where Â I Â can Â be Â basically Â sheltered Â and Â not Â in Â view?â€™â€?
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The Â team Â held Â a Â workshop Â with Â student Â organizations Â to Â see Â what Â they Â thought Â about Â Earth Â Week. Â Â Many Â of Â the Â organizations Â gave Â positive Â feedback Â and Â ideas Â that Â ultimately Â shaped Â much Â of Â the Â events. â€œAt Â the Â workshop, Â it Â seemed Â like Â once Â a Â few Â ideas Â were Â thrown Â out Â everyone Â was Â able Â to Â contrib-Â Schutz ute Â what Â they Â thought Â would Â be Â a Â good Â idea,â€? Â said Â Schutz, Â â€œSo Â the Â generation Â of Â ideas Â was Â easy, Â now Â whatâ€™s Â left Â is Â the Â execution Â of Â them.â€? Student Â organizations Â like Â SAGE Â and Â the Â Student Â Art Â As-Â sociation Â are Â actually Â sponsoring Â events. Â This Â student Â participation Â has Â seemed Â to Â be Â extremely Â bene-Â
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If Â a Â shooter Â enters your Â building If Â students Â know Â there Â is Â an Â ac-Â tive Â shooter Â inside Â their Â building, Â the Â ÂżUVWVWHSVKRXOGEHWRWU\WRHVFDSH safely. Â Whether Â this Â means Â exit-Â ing Â the Â building Â through Â a Â door Â or Â window, Â students Â and Â staff Â should Â H[SORUHWKLVURXWHÂżUVW,QWKHHYHQW that Â escape Â is Â possible, Â cooperate Â ZLWKRIÂżFHUVRXWVLGHDQGNHHSKDQGV visible. If Â escape Â is Â impossible, Â take Â shelter Â in Â the Â nearest Â classroom Â or Â RIÂżFH EDUULFDGH WKH GRRU DQG ORFN it. Â Students Â and Â staff Â inside Â should Â stay Â low Â to Â the Â ground Â inside Â and Â keep Â quiet. Â If Â students Â are Â in Â class Â while Â a Â shooter Â enters Â their Â build-Â ing, Â they Â should Â follow Â the Â same Â in-Â structions. Â Itâ€™s Â imperative Â that Â each Â student Â looks Â out Â for Â themselves Â and Â does Â not Â rely Â on Â others Â to Â ensure Â their Â safety, Â even Â professors. â€œFrom Â a Â legal Â aspect, Â a Â professor Â or Â instructor Â has Â no Â obligation Â to Â the Â students Â that Â are Â in Â their Â classroom,â€? Â Kiederlen Â said. Â â€œYou Â are Â adults Â and Â thatâ€™s Â exactly Â how Â youâ€™re Â viewed. Â You Â might Â have Â a Â professor Â who Â acts Â courageously Â and Â brilliantly Â [in Â that Â situation] Â and Â you Â might Â have Â one Â that Â curls Â up Â into Â a Â little Â ball Â and Â does Â nothing.â€? If Â a Â shooter Â enters your Â classroom In Â the Â event Â that Â an Â active Â shoot-Â er Â enters Â your Â classroom, Â students Â must Â use Â their Â instincts Â in Â order Â to Â survive Â the Â event. Â Playing Â dead Â and Â trying Â to Â rea-Â son Â with Â the Â shooter Â are Â two Â options. Â Attacking Â the Â shooter Â should Â be Â a Â last Â resort Â and Â Kiederlen Â stressed Â that Â some Â people Â are Â simply Â not Â ca-Â pable Â of Â physically Â harming Â some-Â one Â for Â their Â own Â survival. Â If Â the Â shooter Â leaves Â the Â classroom Â and Â es-Â cape Â is Â possible, Â do Â so Â immediately. Kiederlen Â said Â that Â his Â biggest Â fear Â in Â an Â active Â shooter Â scenario Â is Â acquiring Â enough Â medical Â as-Â sistance. Â The Â City Â of Â Whitewater Â KDVDYROXQWHHUÂżUHGHSDUWPHQWDQG (07ÂśV ,W ZRXOG EH YHU\ GLIÂżFXOW to Â get Â enough Â medical Â personnel Â on Â the Â scene, Â despite Â how Â hard Â the Â volunteers Â would Â work, Â Â Kiederlen Â said. Tumbarello Â thinks Â that Â the Â pro-Â
cedures Â and Â tools Â the Â university Â has Â available Â for Â students Â are Â help-Â IXOEXWVWUHVVHGWKDWLWÂśVGLIÂżFXOWWR prepare Â for Â such Â an Â unpredictable Â event. â€œI Â donâ€™t Â know Â if Â I Â would Â know Â if Â itâ€™s Â enough Â unless Â I Â was Â in Â that Â situ-Â ation,â€? Â Tumbarello Â said. Â â€œHow Â do Â you Â accurately Â prepare Â for Â that Â type Â of Â situation?â€? For Â more Â information Â on Â what Â to Â do Â in Â the Â event Â of Â an Â ac-Â tive Â shooter Â on Â campus, Â visit Â http://emergency.uww.edu/Guide. aspx?Title=Active_Shooter. Â HicksZW16@uww.edu
Continued Â from Â page Â 1 ÂżFLDOWRUHVKDSLQJWKH(DUWK:HHN initiative Â at Â UW-ÂWhitewater. â€œWe Â wanted Â to Â take Â a Â differ-Â ent Â approach Â which Â would Â be Â led Â by Â students Â and Â would Â appeal Â to Â students,â€? Â said Â Wes Â Enterline. Â Â â€œIt Â was Â kind Â of Â an Â experiment Â in Â a Â sense Â to Â turn Â things Â over Â to Â the Â students.â€? Enterline Â is Â excited Â to Â see Â how Â many Â of Â the Â Enterline events Â turn Â out. Â Â One Â event Â he Â is Â most Â looking Â forward Â to Â is Â the Â event Â concerning Â birds Â by Â SAGE. â€œI Â think Â having Â live Â owls Â and Â hawks Â on Â campus Â where Â people Â can Â go Â up Â and Â see Â them Â in Â person Â will Â really Â catch Â the Â eye Â and Â draw Â people Â in,â€? Â said Â Enterline. Ultimately, Â one Â of Â the Â most Â important Â aspects Â of Â planning Â
events Â for Â Earth Â Week Â is Â to Â un-Â derstand Â why Â the Â effort Â is Â being Â made. Â Â Both Â Enterline Â and Â Schutz Â feel Â the Â Earth Â Week Â initiative Â is Â crucial. â€œI Â think Â itâ€™s Â important Â for Â stu-Â dents Â to Â care Â about Â their Â environ-Â ment,â€? Â said Â Schutz, Â â€œand Â actually Â see Â how Â they Â have Â an Â impact Â on Â this Â Earth.â€? Enterline Â believes Â the Â Earth Â Week Â initiative Â is Â necessary Â since Â UW-ÂWhitewater Â as Â a Â campus Â must Â continue Â to Â work Â toward Â a Â sustainable Â identity. Â Â He Â believes Â that Â if Â students Â learn Â sustainable Â practices Â on Â campus, Â then Â they Â will Â carry Â those Â learned Â practices Â throughout Â their Â lives. Â â€œWe Â have Â to Â celebrate Â Earth Â day Â every Â day,â€? Â said Â Enterline, Â â€œand Â make Â it Â part Â of Â your Â life, Â and Â thatâ€™s Â ultimately Â the Â end Â goal.â€? ArmettaCL31@uww.edu
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CEO promotes sustainability By Carrie Wojcik
student Â organizations Â such Â as Â Students Â Allied Â for Â a Â Green Â Earth Â It Â was Â in Â the Â mid-Â60s Â and Â DQG $PHULFDQ 0DUNHWLQJ $VVR partly Â cloudy Â with Â a Â warm Â spring Â ciation Â and Â volunteers Â from Â on Â breezeâ€”perfect Â weather Â for Â the Â campus Â to Â initiate Â Treenewal. Â Â Collegiate Â Entrepreneurs Â Orga-Â Each Â tree Â only Â costs Â $10. Â If Â QL]DWLRQ WR SODQW WKHLU ÂżUVW WUHHV you Â are Â a Â UW-ÂWhitewater Â stu-Â sponsored Â through Â its Â business, Â dent, Â trees Â only Â cost Â $5. Â Â Treenewal. Â Â Once Â the Â tree Â is Â planted, Â the Â Treenewal Â allows Â for Â vari-Â sponsor Â will Â receive Â an Â email Â ous Â students Â with Â a Â picture Â and Â student Â or-Â of Â their Â tree Â and Â ganizations Â to Â its Â location Â ex-Â purchase Â trees Â pressed Â in Â longi-Â to Â plant Â to Â off-Â tude Â and Â latitude Â set Â their Â carbon Â numbers. Â Â footprint. Â Â The Â money Â Kampf CEO Â Presi-Â that Â is Â acquired Â Van Asten dent Â Brandon Â from Â the Â spon-Â Van Â Asten Â said Â Treenewal Â was Â a Â sors Â of Â the Â trees Â will Â help Â fund Â business Â created Â by Â CEO Â as Â an Â NH\QRWH VSHDNHUV DFWLYLWLHV DQG effort Â to Â encourage Â sustainabil-Â Kiva, Â which Â is Â an Â organization Â LW\ DQG UDLVH SURÂżWV IRU NH\QRWH that Â provides Â micro-Âloans Â for Â stu-Â VSHDNHUV DFWLYLWLHV DQG ZRUN dent Â entrepreneurs. Â Â shops. Â Senior Â Joel Â Kampf Â helped Â to Â â€œOur Â goal, Â overall, Â is Â sustain-Â establish Â Treenewal Â and Â the Â in-Â ability Â both Â in Â the Â sense Â that Â we Â frastructure Â of Â it. Â Â want Â Treenewal Â â€œItâ€™s Â a Â lot Â of Â to Â last Â multiple Â ZRUNEXWLWKDV semesters Â on Â been Â a Â lot Â of Â tâ€™s Â a Â lot Â of Â work, Â campus Â with Â fun Â and Â a Â great Â the Â help Â of Â other Â EXWLWKDVEHHQDORWRI learning Â expe-Â student Â organi-Â IXQDQGDJUHDW rience,â€? Â Kampf Â zations Â as Â well Â OHDUQLQJH[SHULHQFHZ said. Â Â as Â the Â fact Â that Â â€œ[Treenew-Â we Â are Â planting Â al] Â started Â at Â Joel Â Kampf, trees Â which Â sup-Â the Â beginning Â VHQLRU ports Â sustain-Â of Â the Â semes-Â ability Â in Â the Â ter Â as Â just Â an Â environmental Â idea Â called Â sense,â€? Â Van Â Asten Â said. Â Â â€˜Treenewal,â€™ Â and Â we Â really Â had Â Van Â Asten Â said Â that Â by Â plant-Â to Â develop Â it Â to Â a Â point Â where Â it Â ing Â 19 Â trees Â a Â year, Â the Â average Â could Â actually Â run Â and Â get Â the Â person Â is Â able Â to Â offset Â their Â car-Â LGHDVRXWWKHUHWKDWFRXOGPDNHLW bon Â footprint. Â IHDVLEOHDQGZRUNÂ´.DPSIVDLG &(2 LV ZRUNLQJ ZLWK RWKHU The Â trees Â are Â planted Â in Â the Â
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Student volunteers and members of the Collegiate Entrepreneurs Organization planted trees on Monday for Treenewal. Treenewal is a business that was started by CEO in an effort to promote sustainability and raise funds.
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The Â trees Â were Â planted Â on Â because Â it Â was Â a Â beautiful Â day Â property Â owned Â by Â the Â city Â of Â outside. Â Â Â Whitewater Â on Â Howard Â Road. Â Â â€œItâ€™s Â [planting Â trees] Â good Â for Â 7KH ÂżUVW WUHHV SODQWHG ZHUH the Â community,â€? Â Schwab Â said. Â Â VZDPSRDNWUHHV Volunteer Â junior Â Kurtis Â :RMFLN&$#XZZHGX Schwab Â said Â he Â came Â out Â to Â plant Â
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qualify, Â loaners Â need Â to Â be Â in Â the Â federal Â Direct Â Loan Â Program. Â Â Weston Â recommends Â for Â pri-Â vate Â student Â loans Â that Â students Â pay Â these Â loans Â as Â soon Â as Â pos-Â sible Â due Â to Â high Â interests Â rates. Â Â I Â hope Â some Â of Â these Â tips Â assist Â \RX LQ \RXU ÂżQDQFLDO OLYHV DQG you Â all Â continue Â to Â pursue Â infor-Â PDWLRQ DERXW ÂżQDQFH 1HYHU EH DIUDLG WR DVN TXHVWLRQV DQG OHDUQ how Â to Â save. Â Â I Â would Â suggest Â reading Â â€œThe Â 7RWDO0RQH\0DNHRYHUÂ´E\'DYH Ramsey Â if Â you Â want Â to Â learn Â more Â about Â managing Â debt. If Â you Â are Â interested Â in Â a Â â€œbe-Â havioral Â economistâ€? Â approach Â to Â ÂżQDQFH \RX VKRXOG UHDG Âł3V\FK Yourself Â Richâ€? Â by Â Farnoosh Â Tor-Â abi. Â Â I Â would Â recommend Â reading Â â€œYour Â Money Â or Â Your Â Lifeâ€? Â by Â 9LFN 5RELQ DQG -RH 'RPLQJXH] to Â learn Â aobout Â priortizing Â your Â ÂżQDQFHV :RMFLN&$#XZZHGX
â€œLife Â begins Â at Â the Â end Â of Â your Â comfort Â zone.â€?
WEDNESDAY April Â 24, Â 2013
Opinion Â Editor: Josh Â Hafemeister
Â -ÂNeale Â Donald Â Walsch
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Stepping Â outside Â of Â your Â comfort Â zone Royal Purple Editorial Â Staff Â Opinion
College Â is Â all Â about Â meeting Â people Â from Â different Â backgrounds Â who Â have Â dif-Â ferent Â talents Â and Â ideas. Â This Â is Â one Â of Â the Â only Â times Â in Â our Â lives Â that Â we Â will Â be Â in Â this Â type Â of Â an Â environment. Â While Â creating Â strong Â bonds Â with Â people Â with Â similar Â inter-Â ests Â is Â great, Â meeting Â people Â with Â different Â ideas Â and Â talents Â will Â broaden Â our Â perspec-Â tives. For Â most Â students, Â college Â lasts Â at Â least Â four Â years. Â In Â that Â time, Â students Â will Â come Â to Â know Â people Â from Â many Â different Â back-Â grounds. Â However, Â once Â they Â declare Â a Â ma-Â jor, Â do Â students Â socialize Â with Â those Â outside Â of Â their Â department? Â A Â student Â with Â a Â major Â in Â the Â College Â of Â Letters Â and Â Sciences Â will Â take Â the Â ma-Â jority Â of Â his Â or Â her Â classes Â in Â Heide Â Hall. Â A Â student Â with Â a Â major Â in Â the Â College Â of Â Business Â and Â Economics Â will Â take Â most Â of Â his Â or Â her Â classes Â in Â Hyland Â Hall. Â These Â two Â Â hypothetical Â students Â will Â probably Â not Â meet Â each Â other Â while Â on Â campus, Â and Â why Â should Â they? Â Unless Â there Â is Â a Â class Â a Â busi-Â ness Â student Â needs Â in Â Heide, Â or Â a Â class Â an Â English Â student Â needs Â in Â Hyland, Â students Â from Â these Â two Â separate Â colleges Â will Â likely Â not Â meet. So Â what Â are Â some Â ways Â people Â from Â dif-Â ferent Â colleges Â can Â meet Â outside Â the Â class-Â room? Â Joining Â a Â group Â is Â one Â way. Â There Â are Â numerous Â groups Â and Â clubs Â on Â campus Â that Â
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have Â little Â to Â do Â with Â a Â particular Â college. Â According Â to Â the Â UW-ÂWhitewater Â website, Â â€œAnnually, Â more Â than Â 170 Â stu-Â dent Â organizations Â are Â recognized Â through Â UW-ÂWhitewater Â Career Â & Â Leadership Â De-Â velopment. Â These Â groups Â can Â range Â from Â arts Â programming Â to Â ethnic Â interest Â groups Â to Â political Â advocacy Â to Â club Â sports Â or Â ser-Â vice Â organizations.â€?
Residence Â Halls Â are Â another Â way Â to Â meet Â people Â outside Â of Â your Â department. Â Many Â RAs Â host Â weekly Â events Â to Â encour-Â age Â socializing Â with Â those Â who Â live Â on Â the Â VDPHĂ€RRU Need Â something Â to Â eat? Â Want Â some Â cof-Â fee? Â Instead Â of Â going Â to Â your Â favorite Â spot Â to Â get Â food Â or Â coffee, Â consider Â branching Â out Â and Â going Â to Â a Â different Â building. Â There Â
are Â commons Â located Â within Â several Â of Â the Â campus Â buildings, Â including Â the Â Andersen Â Library, Â University Â Center, Â Hyland Â Hall Â and Â Drumlin Â Dining Â Hall. Â Strike Â up Â a Â conversa-Â tion Â with Â the Â person Â in Â line Â with Â you Â while Â youâ€™re Â waiting Â to Â order. Â You Â never Â know Â who Â you Â might Â meet Â while Â you Â are Â there. Team Â events Â are Â another Â great Â way Â to Â meet Â people Â from Â other Â colleges. Â Whether Â those Â teams Â are Â for Â a Â sporting Â event, Â foren-Â sics, Â trivia Â games Â or Â other Â forms Â of Â team Â events, Â putting Â people Â together Â from Â dif-Â ferent Â backgrounds Â can Â be Â a Â great Â way Â to Â meet Â other Â people. Â Working Â on Â a Â team Â while Â doing Â something Â students Â enjoy Â already Â creates Â a Â common Â ground. Â This Â common Â ground Â can Â make Â things Â easier Â for Â a Â person Â to Â socialize Â with Â others Â they Â donâ€™t Â already Â know. A Â university Â our Â size Â should Â pride Â itself Â on Â being Â a Â tight-Âknit, Â multicultural Â commu-Â nity. Â Letâ€™s Â be Â proactive Â in Â proving Â this Â point Â and Â making Â our Â university Â a Â more Â accept-Â ing, Â inviting Â place Â to Â be. Â Socializing Â with Â those Â outside Â your Â department Â now Â will Â broaden Â your Â knowledge Â and Â understand-Â ing Â of Â people Â you Â meet Â in Â the Â future. Â It Â will Â create Â a Â network Â of Â friends Â that Â will Â last Â be-Â \RQGFROOHJH:KLOHWKHEHQHÂżWVRIWKLVDUH intangible, Â the Â experience Â and Â friendships Â you Â make Â in Â college Â will Â stay Â with Â you Â for Â the Â rest Â of Â your Â life. email@example.com
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WEDNESDAY â€œI Â keep Â dreaming Â of Â a Â future, Â a Â future Â with Â a Â long Â and Â healthy Â life, Â not Â lived Â in Â the Â shadow Â of Â cancer Â but Â in Â the Â light.â€?
April Â 24, Â 2013
Lifestyle Â Editor: Abbie Â Reetz
Â -ÂPatrick Â Swayze PAGE Â 6
Celebrating survivors Â„Relay Â for Â Life Â raises Â money Â
for Â American Â Cancer Â Society By Abbie Reetz Lifestyle Â Editor
Fairy Â tales Â and Â dreams. That Â is Â the Â theme Â for Â this Â yearâ€™s Â UW-ÂWhite-Â water Â Relay Â for Â Life. Â The Â relay, Â hosted Â by Â Colleges Â Against Â Can-Â cer, Â is Â a Â 12-Âhour Â event Â where Â teams Â walk Â and Â participate Â in Â games Â and Â activities Â to Â raise Â mon-Â ey Â for Â the Â American Â Cancer Â Society. This Â year, Â the Â relay Â will Â take Â place Â from Â 5 Â p.m. Â May Â 4 Â until Â 5 Â a.m. Â May Â 5 Â at Â the Â Williams Â &HQWHUÂżHOGKRXVH Senior Â Bailey Â Hearley, Â co-Âpresident Â of Â the Â UW-ÂWhitewater Â chapter Â of Â Colleges Â Against Â Cancer, Â said Â that Â Colleges Â Against Â Cancer Â part-Â ners Â with Â the Â American Â Cancer Â Society Â to Â plan Â Relay Â for Â Life. â€œRelay Â for Â Life Â is Â the Â American Â Cancer Â So-Â cietyâ€™s Â biggest Â fundraiser Â for Â raising Â money Â to Â ÂżQGDFXUHIRUFDQFHUÂ´+HDUOH\VDLGÂł%HFDXVH we Â are Â in Â conjunction Â with Â the Â American Â Cancer Â 6RFLHW\LWLVDQDWXUDOÂżWWRKDYHD5HOD\IRU/LIH HYHQWRQFDPSXVÂ´ Hearleyâ€™s Â Colleges Â Against Â Cancer Â co-Âpresi-Â dent, Â senior Â Cassidy Â Schmidt, Â hopes Â the Â organi-Â zation Â can Â surpass Â the Â $25,000 Â they Â raised Â last Â year. â€œOur Â goal Â is Â to Â always Â raise Â more Â money Â than Â the Â year Â before, Â so Â I Â think Â this Â year Â if Â we Â could Â reach Â $27,000 Â to Â $30,000, Â that Â would Â be Â a Â KXJHVXFFHVVIRUXVÂ´6FKPLGWVDLG Many Â people Â participate Â in Â Relay Â for Â Life Â for Â different Â reasons. Â Freshman Â Derrick Â Hover-Â son, Â juniors Â Samantha Â Pratt, Â Ashley Â Meyer Â and Â Megan Â Burczyk, Â and Â freshman Â Mariah Â Shaver Â share Â their Â stories. The Â Survivors For Â freshman Â Derrick Â Hoverson, Â involve-Â ment Â in Â Relay Â for Â Life Â goes Â beyond Â his Â involve-Â ment Â in Â Colleges Â Against Â Cancer. Â This Â year, Â he Â will Â attend Â the Â event Â as Â the Â hon-Â orary Â survivor. Â The Â honorary Â survivor Â speaks Â at Â the Â beginning Â of Â the Â event Â to Â inspire Â participants Â and Â remind Â them Â of Â why Â they Â are Â there. â€œI Â will Â give Â a Â speech Â just Â telling Â my Â story Â of Â how Â I Â dealt Â with Â cancer Â and Â sharing Â inspi-Â UDWLRQÂ´+RYHUVRQVDLG In Â April Â 2009, Â Hoverson Â was Â diagnosed Â with Â brain Â can-Â Hoverson cer. Â A Â large Â tumor Â in Â his Â brain Â pushed Â into Â his Â spinal Â cord Â and Â caused Â severe Â headaches. Â Although Â it Â wasnâ€™t Â always Â easy, Â he Â said Â the Â support Â of Â the Â people Â around Â him Â helped Â a Â lot. Â This Â June, Â he Â will Â be Â cancer-Âfree Â for Â three Â years. Hoversonâ€™s Â involvement Â in Â Relay Â for Â Life Â extends Â back Â 10 Â years. Â He Â initially Â got Â involved Â in Â the Â event Â to Â support Â a Â family Â member Â who Â had Â cancer. â€œMy Â aunt Â Kathy Â was Â diagnosed Â with Â cancer, Â and Â she Â ended Â up Â dying, Â and Â I Â was Â always Â really Â close Â with Â her, Â so Â I Â really Â wanted Â to Â get Â involved Â
Seniors Bailey Hearley (left) and Cassidy Schmidt (right), co-presidents of the UW-Whitewater chapter of Colleges Against Cancer, participate in the campusâ€™s 2012 Relay for Life. The Relay for Life is an annual event to raise money and awareness for the American Cancer Society.
ZLWK LWÂ´ KH VDLG Âł$QG RQFH , ZDV GLDJQRVHG ,UHDOO\UHDOO\ZDQWHGWRJHWLQYROYHGZLWKLWÂ´ Hoverson Â said Â people Â should Â get Â involved Â with Â the Â event, Â because Â it Â helps Â others Â and Â is Â just Â a Â great Â thing Â to Â do. Âł,I\RXJRLWMXVWPDNHV\RXIHHOJUHDWÂ´KH said. Â â€œYouâ€™re Â helping Â people. Â Youâ€™re Â volunteer-Â ing. Â Youâ€™re Â working Â towards Â a Â cure Â for Â cancer, Â because Â you Â know Â someone Â who Â has Â cancer, Â DQG\RXZRXOGUHDOO\ZDQWWKHPWRVXUYLYHÂ´ The Â Sisters Juniors Â Megan Â Burczyk, Â Samantha Â Pratt Â and Â Ashley Â Meyer Â have Â been Â impacted Â by Â cancer. Â Their Â team, Â This Â I Â Believe, Â is Â one Â of Â several Â Re-Â lay Â for Â Life Â teams Â created Â by Â members Â of Â Sigma Â Sigma Â Sigma Â sorority. â€œCancer Â is Â something Â that Â affects Â a Â lot Â of Â SHRSOHLQHYHU\RQHÂśVOLYHVÂ´3UDWWVDLGÂł5HFHQW ly, Â two Â of Â our Â sisters Â in Â Tri Â Sigma Â have Â been Â bat-Â tling Â and Â overcoming Â cancer Â as Â well, Â so Â it Â hits Â us Â really Â close Â to Â home, Â and Â itâ€™s Â a Â cause Â that Â we Â all Â believe Â in. Â Thatâ€™s Â why Â weâ€™re Â DOOVLJQLQJXSIRULWÂ´ Pratt Â is Â the Â Sigma Â Sigma Â Sigma Â vice Â president Â and Â Burczyk Â is Â the Â president. Â Meyer Â is Â one Â of Â the Â Sigma Â Sigma Â Sigma Â sisters Â who Â has Â recently Â been Â diagnosed Â with Â Pratt cancer. â€œLast Â summer, Â I Â had Â Hodgkinâ€™s Â lymphoma, Â and Â Iâ€™ve Â been Â in Â remission Â since Â -DQXDU\Â´0H\HUVDLGÂł&DQ cer Â affects Â everyone, Â and Â you Â donâ€™t Â really Â realize Â every-Â where Â it Â is Â until Â you Â know Â someone Â whoâ€™s Â affected Â with Â Meyer LWÂ´ One Â of Â the Â things Â the Â team Â members Â are Â most Â looking Â forward Â to Â about Â the Â event Â is Â showing Â support Â for Â their Â sisters Â and Â other Â loved Â
ones Â who Â have Â had Â cancer. â€œItâ€™s Â just Â a Â common Â purpose Â that Â weâ€™re Â all Â coming Â together Â for, Â and Â weâ€™re Â all Â supporting Â each Â other. Â Itâ€™s Â a Â long Â 12 Â hours, Â but Â we Â battle Â it Â WRJHWKHUÂ´%XUF]\NVDLG The Â Friends In Â the Â last Â two Â years, Â freshman Â Mariah Â 6KDYHUKDVNQRZQÂżYHSHRSOHZKRKDYHEHHQ diagnosed Â with Â cancer. Â These Â loved Â ones Â are Â just Â one Â rea-Â son Â she Â started Â the Â team Â Once Â Upon Â a Â Cure Â for Â this Â yearâ€™s Â Relay Â for Â Life. â€œThree Â of Â my Â good Â friends Â from Â high Â schoolâ€™s Â moms Â all Â got Â breast Â cancer Â Shaver ZLWKLQWKHVDPH\HDUÂ´6KDY er Â said. Â â€œMy Â cousinâ€™s Â mom Â got Â breast Â cancer. Â Everyone Â knows Â someone Â who Â has Â had Â cancer. Â Everywhere Â you Â look, Â you Â see Â survivors Â and Â SHRSOHZKRORVWORYHGRQHVÂ´ One Â reason Â Shaver Â would Â encourage Â others Â to Â participate Â is Â simply Â because Â it Â helps Â a Â good Â cause. â€œIt Â doesnâ€™t Â take Â much Â to Â help Â out Â and Â give Â your Â time Â for Â a Â day Â or Â the Â little Â amount Â of Â time Â it Â takes Â to Â get Â a Â donation Â from Â someone. Â Help-Â LQJLVKHOSLQJ7KH\ÂśOOWDNHZKDWWKH\FDQJHWÂ´ she Â said. ReetzAM12@uww.edu
If You Go... What: Â Relay Â for Â Life Where: Â :LOOLDPV&HQWHUÂżHOGKRXVH When Â : Â May Â 4 Â at Â 5 Â p.m. Â to Â May Â 5 Â at Â 5 Â a.m. Cost: Â $10 Â per Â team, Â additional Â $10 Â to Â partici-Â pate Â in Â Battle Â of Â the Â Teams How: Â Teams Â and Â individuals Â can Â register Â at Â www.relayforlife.org/uwwhitewater
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Men Â walk Â in Â heels Â to Â raise Â awareness By Bethe Croy Staff Â Writer
Participants Â from Â the Â Whitewater Â commu-Â nity, Â including Â students Â on Â campus, Â will Â join Â together Â today Â at Â 6 Â p.m. Â to Â raise Â sexual Â assault Â awareness Â with Â the Â Walk Â a Â Mile Â in Â Her Â Shoes Â event. Walk Â A Â Mile Â in Â Her Â Shoes Â is Â an Â event Â where Â participants, Â primarily Â men, Â walk Â a Â mile Â in Â high Â heels Â in Â order Â to Â stand Â up Â against Â gen-Â der Â violence Â and Â sexual Â assault. Â The Â Universi-Â ty Â Health Â and Â Counseling Â Services Â is Â teaming Â up Â with Â People Â Against Â Domestic Â and Â Sexual Â Abuse Â of Â Jefferson Â County Â as Â well Â as Â DECA Â and Â the Â Intrafraternity Â Council Â on Â campus Â to Â bring Â this Â event Â to Â campus Â as Â part Â of Â Sexual Â Assault Â Awareness Â Month.
Holli Â Zambrowicz, Â the Â eventâ€™s Â coordinator, Â said Â she Â hopes Â to Â see Â at Â least Â 100 Â people Â in-Â volved Â and Â emphasized Â the Â importance Â of Â the Â event. Â â€œIt Â is Â Sexual Â Assault Â Awareness Â Month, Â and Â unfortunately, Â this Â isnâ€™t Â really Â talked Â about Â as Â much Â as Â it Â should Â be,â€? Â Zambrowicz Â said. Â â€œPeople Â kind Â of Â lack Â an Â understanding Â of Â what Â sexual Â assault Â is, Â so Â [it Â is] Â just Â to Â bring Â aware-Â ness Â that Â it Â does Â happen Â and Â that Â there Â are Â re-Â sources Â available Â for Â survivors Â of Â assault.â€? Whitney Â Henley, Â the Â wellness Â coordinator Â IRU 8+&6 DOVR ÂżQGV WKHVH HYHQWV LPSRUWDQW because Â they Â bring Â attention Â to Â prevention. Â â€œAwareness Â raising Â about Â sexual Â violence Â issues Â [is Â important], Â but Â also Â education Â about Â how Â we Â can Â prevent Â or Â reduce Â the Â number Â of Â
sexual Â assaults Â that Â occur,â€? Â Henley Â said. Other Â events Â occurring Â during Â this Â month Â include Â the Â past Â event, Â Take Â Back Â the Â Night, Â in Â addition Â to Â the Â denim Â drive Â and Â Denim Â Day, Â in Â which Â The Â Whitewater Â Police Â Department Â also Â will Â be Â participating. Registration Â for Â Walk Â a Â Mile Â in Â Her Â Shoes Â begins Â at Â 5 Â p.m. Â in Â the Â University Â Center Â Ham-Â ilton Â Room, Â an Â hour Â before Â the Â walk. Â Participants Â also Â can Â register Â online Â as Â in-Â dividuals Â at Â bit.ly/Xx85Lz Â for Â $15 Â or Â as Â teams Â of Â up Â to Â eight Â members Â at Â bit.ly/X5Y4SC Â for Â $100. Â Individuals Â with Â questions Â can Â email Â Zam-Â browicz Â at Â firstname.lastname@example.org. CroyEK18@uww.edu
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April Â 24, Â 2013
Arts Â & Â Rec Â Editor: Ben Â Holzhueter
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GameZombie Â moves Â on Â without Â creator By Kaitlyn Taylor
its Â ideas Â from Â its Â students. Âł,WÂśV EDVLFDOO\ VWXGHQW UXQ QRZÂ´ 6WXOO Former Â Lecturer Â Spencer Â Striker Â left Â VDLG Âł:H GRQÂśW KDYH D SURIHVVRU VWDQGLQJ UW-ÂWhitewater Â last Â winter, Â leaving Â behind Â RYHURXUVKRXOGHUWHOOLQJXVZKDWWRGRÂ´ the Â class Â he Â created Â several Â years Â ago Â in Â When Â Striker Â left, Â there Â was Â a Â need Â for Â Bloomington, Â Ind.: Â GameZombie. a Â new Â professor, Â or Â in Â this Â case, Â two Â profes-Â Students Â in Â the Â class Â were Â shocked Â to Â sors. Â hear Â he Â had Â left, Â but Â with Â his Â departure, Â there Â The Â two Â new Â professors Â are Â Jeff Â Herriot Â was Â more Â freedom Â of Â creativity Â for Â the Â stu-Â and Â James Â Terkeurst. dents. Â Mallory Â said Â he Â is Â grateful Â for Â the Â new Â Alec Â Frey Â took Â over Â as Â professors, Â because Â they Â let Â executive Â producer, Â and Â the Â students Â run Â the Â show. there Â are Â now Â six Â students Â â€œThe Â professors Â are Â on Â the Â production Â team Â very Â laid Â back Â and Â let Â helping Â maintain Â the Â web-Â the Â production Â team Â lead Â site. WKLQJVÂ´ 0DOORU\ VDLG Assistant Â Producer Â â€œMost Â of Â our Â class Â time Â for Â GZ Â Max Â Mallory Â said Â is Â really Â spent Â getting Â our Â Stull Mallory Striker Â was Â helpful Â but Â was Â content Â out Â and Â updating Â strict Â when Â it Â came Â to Â putting Â content Â on Â the Â the Â website. website. Herriot Â and Â Terkeurst Â take Â turns Â every Â â€œHe Â would Â strike Â down Â so Â many Â of Â our Â Monday Â guiding Â the Â students Â and Â helping Â LGHDV DQG LW ZRXOG VWLĂ€H RXU FUHDWLYLW\Â´ them Â with Â new Â ideas. Mallory Â said. Â Striker Â leaving Â was Â a Â huge Â change Â for Â Katie Â Stull, Â a Â co-Âlead Â GZ, Â but Â Stull Â said Â they Â for Â GZ, Â said Â Striker Â had Â knew Â they Â had Â to Â keep Â go-Â different Â ideas Â from Â the Â ing. ith Â GZ, Â we Â get Â students Â for Â how Â he Â want-Â Âł,I ZH DUHQÂśW PRWLYDW-Â ed Â the Â website Â to Â be Â con-Â what Â we Â put Â in, Â because Â ing Â ourselves, Â then Â no Â one Â structed, Â and Â his Â leaving Â EHÂ´ 6WXOO VDLG Âł:H we Â all Â really Â care Â about Â ZLOO gave Â students Â more Â free-Â could Â all Â stop Â working, Â be Â dom Â and Â more Â creativity. the Â site Â and Â want Â to Â see Â ODLGEDFNZHZRXOGQÂśWJHW GZ Â now Â has Â a Â new Â it Â thrive, a Â good Â grade, Â and Â nothing Â system Â for Â content Â on Â the Â Max Â Mallory, would Â happen, Â but Â no Â one Â site. Assistant Â Producer Â for Â GZ wants Â that. Â We Â all Â want Â it Â â€œBefore, Â we Â would Â WRVXFFHHGÂ´ have Â an Â idea, Â pitch Â it Â to Â Mallory Â said Â the Â pro-Â Striker, Â and Â he Â would Â just Â gram Â is Â a Â success Â due Â in Â VD\\HVRUQRÂ´0DOORU\VDLGÂł1RZLWÂśVZH large Â part Â to Â the Â students. Â have Â an Â idea, Â we Â talk Â about Â it Â and Â construct Â â€œWith Â GZ, Â we Â get Â what Â we Â put Â in, Â be-Â LWDQGWKURZLWRXWWKHUHÂ´ cause Â we Â all Â really Â care Â about Â the Â site Â and Â The Â class Â also Â has Â taken Â many Â more Â of Â want Â to Â see Â it Â thrive, Â and Â if Â we Â have Â everyone Â Staff Â Writer
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â€™Hawks make it ten straight Menâ€™s Tennis By Justin St. Peter 6WDII:ULWHU
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UW-ÂWhitewater Â Resi-Â dence Â Life Â will Â sponsor Â a Â Spring Â Sports Â Day Â on Â Satur-Â day, Â April Â 27. Â The Â event Â will Â feature Â a Â student Â tailgate Â that Â will Â in-Â clude Â free Â food Â from Â Qdoba, Â Culverâ€™s Â and Â Subway Â in Â the Â Coulthart Â Pavilion. Â Students Â can Â pick Â up Â a Â Res Â Life Â Card Â at Â the Â entrance Â WRWUDFNDQGÂżHOGRUEDVHEDOO for Â entry Â to Â the Â tailgate. Â The Â Res Â Life Â Card Â will Â also Â be Â used Â for Â entry Â into Â prize Â drawings. Â Students Â must Â have Â their Â Res Â Life Â Card Â stamped Â from Â the Â gate Â of Â two Â events Â to Â be Â eligible Â for Â prizes. The Â schedule Â for Â Satur-Â GD\ KDV WUDFN DQG ÂżHOG WR begin Â at Â 11 Â a.m., Â baseballâ€™s Â doubleheader Â will Â begin Â at Â 1 Â p.m. Â and Â the Â softball Â double-Â header Â is Â set Â to Â start Â at Â 2 Â p.m.
The Â team Â improved Â to Â 22-Â3 Â overall Â on Â the Â season Â and Â 5-Â2 Â in Â the Â WIAC. Â The Â â€™Hawks Â are Â one Â and Â a Â half Â games Â behind Â conference Â leader Â UW-ÂEau Â Claire, Â and Â a Â half Â game Â behind Â UW-ÂOs-Â hkosh. The Â â€™Hawks Â will Â host Â Eau Â Claire Â Saturday Â in Â a Â doubleheader Â at Â 2 Â p.m. Â and Â 4 Â p.m. Womenâ€™s Â Tennis The Â Warhawks Â womenâ€™s Â tennis Â team Â is Â ranked Â No. Â 26 Â in Â the Â most Â recent Â ITA Â D-ÂIII Â poll, Â released Â April Â 11. Â 0HQÂśVWUDFNDQGÂżHOG The Â Warhawks Â placed Â No. Â 3 Â in Â the Â Augustana Â Meet Â of Â Champions Â on Â Satur-Â day. Â The Â 4x400 Â meter Â relay Â WHDP ÂżQLVKHG VHFRQG E\ one-Âhundredths Â of Â a Â second. Â 7KHLUWLPHRILVÂżUVW in Â the Â WIAC.
Softball The Â No. Â 10 Â ranked Â War-Â hawks Â softball Â team Â won Â its Â doubleheader Â Saturday Â vs. Â UW-ÂStout. Â The Â â€™Hawks Â outscored Â the Â Blue Â Devils Â 27-Â3 Â in Â the Â two Â games, Â including Â 22 Â runs Â in Â the Â second Â game.
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