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Herbology, Â wands Â highlight Â Harry Â Potter Â fest By Christopher Clapper Staff Â Writer
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Teacher, volunteer, donor and a clown By Vesna Brajkovic Staff Â Writer
rowing Â up Â poor Â with Â only Â a Â small Â chance Â to Â make Â it Â in Â higher Â education, Â one Â retired Â teacher Â and Â devoted Â vol-Â unteer Â has Â lived Â her Â life Â by Â the Â words Â â€œpay Â it Â forward.â€? Â Francine Â Pease, Â a Â Â longtime Â Whitewater Â resi-Â dent Â and Â univer-Â sity Â supporter, Â will Â receive Â the Â S.A. Â White Â Award Â at Â the Â Founderâ€™s Â Day Â event Â on Â May Â 3, Â Pease which Â celebrates Â UW-ÂWhitewaterâ€™s Â 146th Â anniver-Â sary. Â The Â award Â is Â named Â after Â a Â judge Â and Â state Â lawmaker, Â Sam-Â uel Â A. Â White, Â who, Â in Â 1868, Â was Â instrumental Â in Â the Â founding Â of Â what Â is Â now Â UW-ÂWhitewa-Â ter. Â Â The Â award Â is Â given Â to Â a Â de-Â voted Â volunteer Â and Â supporter Â of Â the Â university. Teacher Â shocked Â by Â nomination Pease Â said Â she Â was Â surprised Â to Â receive Â the Â honor Â and Â thought Â the Â nomination Â might Â have Â been Â a Â joke Â until Â UW-ÂWhitewater Â Di-Â rector Â of Â Development Â Katie Â Kuznacic Â assured Â her Â it Â wasnâ€™t. Â Previous Â winners Â of Â the Â S.A. Â White Â Award Â included Â university Â chancellors, Â a Â president Â of Â First Â Citizen Â State Â Bank Â and Â people Â who Â have Â endowed Â art Â galleries Â and Â buildings Â to Â the Â university. â€œI Â have Â a Â respect Â for Â the Â nominating Â committee Â because Â theyâ€™re Â not Â just Â picking Â people Â with Â deep, Â deep Â pockets, Â but Â peo-Â ple Â who Â have Â a Â commitment Â and Â passion,â€? Â Pease Â said. Â â€œIâ€™m Â just Â an Â ordinary Â person.â€?
Pease Â has Â endowed Â two Â VSHFLÂżF VFKRODUVKLSV DW 8: Whitewater, Â one Â in Â memory Â of Â her Â late Â husband Â and Â UW-ÂW Â pro-Â fessor, Â Joseph Â J. Â Pease. Â Â The Â other Â scholarship Â in Â the Â college Â of Â arts Â and Â communica-Â tion Â is Â worth Â $500 Â for Â junior Â and Â seniors. Pease Â said Â she Â has Â given Â tens Â of Â thousands Â of Â dollars Â worth Â of Â scholarships Â in Â her Â life Â to Â stu-Â GHQWVZLWKWKHÂżQDQFLDOQHHG She Â established Â a Â skate Â park Â in Â East Â Troy, Â helped Â build Â a Â base-Â ball Â concession Â stand Â and Â do-Â nated Â money Â to Â both Â public Â and Â private Â schools Â for Â library Â books, Â playground Â equipment Â and Â com-Â puters. Â Â But Â her Â story Â is Â not Â a Â typi-Â cal Â rags-Âto-Âriches Â story. Â In Â fact, Â Pease Â insists Â sheâ€™s Â anything Â but Â wealthy. â€œIâ€™m Â not Â a Â rich Â woman, Â Iâ€™m Â just Â a Â school Â teacher,â€? Â Pease Â said. Â She Â said Â she Â has Â lived Â modestly Â on Â a Â school Â teach-Â erâ€™s Â salary. Pease Â said Â she Â is Â able Â to Â donate Â as Â much Â as Â she Â can Â and Â de-Â votes Â her Â time Â and Â energy Â more Â than Â she Â donates Â money. Â â€œI Â would Â never Â have Â thought Â at Â a Â young Â age Â that Â I Â would Â have Â had Â the Â money Â to Â be Â giving Â away Â scholarships,â€? Â she Â said. Â â€œBut Â it Â just Â happened. Â Iâ€™m Â going Â to Â continue Â to Â do Â this Â until Â I Â canâ€™t Â any Â lon-Â ger.â€? Pease Â empha-Â sizes Â the Â impor-Â tance Â of Â â€œpaying Â it Â forward.â€?
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Peaseâ€™s Â life Â changed by Â scholarship Growing Â up Â as Â one Â of Â eight Â FKLOGUHQ 3HDVH ZDV WKH ÂżUVW person Â in Â her Â family Â to Â attend Â college Â after Â receiving Â a Â $100 Â scholarship Â to Â UW-ÂStevens Â Point. Â Â She Â said Â the Â day Â she Â received Â the Â scholarship Â changed Â her Â life Â forever Â and Â is Â one Â of Â the Â reasons Â she Â gives Â back. â€œIf Â it Â werenâ€™t Â for Â other Â people Â I Â wouldnâ€™t Â be Â sitting Â here Â today,â€? Â Pease Â said. Â â€œIâ€™m Â so Â lucky.â€? Pease Â said Â despite Â growing Â up Â in Â her Â generation Â she Â has Â always Â had Â a Â strong Â work Â ethic. Â 6KHVDLGKHUVWURQJLQĂ€XHQWLDO mother Â and Â the Â Womenâ€™s Â Move-Â ment Â in Â the Â early Â 1900s Â empha-Â sized Â the Â importance Â of Â standing Â on Â your Â own Â while Â having Â a Â fam-Â ily. She Â graduated Â and Â became Â a Â speech Â and Â lan-Â guage Â pathologist Â in Â the Â East Â Troy Â public Â school Â system, Â where Â she Â worked Â for Â more Â than Â 40 Â years. Â When Â she Â retired Â from Â teach-Â ing Â at Â the Â age Â of Â 58, Â she Â began Â her Â long Â and Â d e d i c a t e d Â life Â of Â volun-Â teerism. Â â€œMy Â job Â was Â my Â passion, Â and Â when Â I Â gave Â that Â up Â I Â needed Â VRPHWKLQJ WR ÂżOO P\ life, Â and Â that Â was Â volunteerism,â€? Â she Â said. Â Pease, Â 74, Â has Â since Â dedicated Â her Â life Â to Â service. Pease Â said Â she Â has Â volunteered Â and Â supported Â the Â White-Â water Â and Â East Â Troy Â communities, Â but Â her Â true Â allegiance Â is Â to Â Courtesy Photo
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East Â Troy Â because Â of Â her Â previ-Â ous Â career Â and Â her Â students. Â â€œWhat Â strikes Â me Â as Â being Â so Â neat Â is Â that Â Francine Â doesnâ€™t Â even Â live Â in Â East Â Troy, Â and Â the Â kids Â in Â East Â Troy, Â those Â are Â her Â kids,â€? Â Susan Â Budzien Â friend Â and Â build-Â ing Â coordinator Â of Â the Â Francine Â L. Â Pease Â Skate Â Park Â in Â East Â Troy Â said. Â â€œShe Â is Â the Â most Â caring Â and Â giving Â person Â I Â have Â ever Â met Â in Â my Â entire Â life. Â She Â would Â do Â any-Â thing Â for Â you.â€?
have Â ever Â known. â€œHer Â positive Â impact Â on Â her Â students, Â colleagues Â and Â this Â community Â will Â go Â on Â forever,â€? Â Niconson Â said Â in Â an Â email. Â â€œFran-Â cine Â lives Â by Â [the Â words] Â â€˜itâ€™s Â for Â the Â kids.â€™ Â Practicing Â throughout Â her Â teaching Â and Â volunteerism Â [that] Â when Â you Â give Â a Â child Â a Â chance Â to Â learn, Â experience, Â dream Â and Â succeed, Â great Â things Â will Â happen.â€? Pease Â has Â been Â president Â of Â the Â East Â Troy Â Education Â Foun-Â Volunteer Â wants Â to Â dation Â and Â served Â on Â numer-Â do Â more ous Â boards Â including Â the Â Young Â ,Q RUGHU WR IXOÂżOO KHU SDVVLRQ Auditorium Â Advisory Â Board Â in Â of Â helping Â the Â â€œunderdogâ€? Â kids, Â Whitewater. Â Pease Â said Â she Â joined Â the Â service Â club Â Kiwanis Â International Â and Â Pease Â clowns Â around â€œeureka!â€? Peaseâ€™s Â life Â of Â volunteerism Â â€œThere Â was Â so Â much Â for Â me Â isnâ€™t Â always Â serious. Â Her Â alias, Â a Â to Â do,â€? Â she Â said. Â â€œI Â could Â do Â clown Â named Â Ditsy, Â can Â be Â seen Â things Â as Â part Â of Â Kiwanis Â that Â I Â at Â community Â events Â and Â fund-Â couldnâ€™t Â do Â as Â raising Â projects. Â Francine Â Pease. Â Her Â love Â When Â you Â work Â of Â theatre Â and Â together Â in Â a Â Â would Â never Â have Â the Â arts Â led Â group, Â you Â can Â thought Â at Â a Â young Â age Â Pease Â to Â attend Â make Â such Â a Â clown Â school Â difference. Â And, Â that Â I Â would Â have Â had Â one Â summer, Â yes, Â Iâ€™ve Â done Â a Â the Â money Â to Â be Â giving Â where Â she Â origi-Â lot Â individually. Â nally Â named Â her Â But Â by Â work-Â away Â scholarships. clown Â persona Â ing Â together Â in Â Francine Â Pease, Happy. Â a Â group Â you Â can Â She Â said Â she Â award Â winner do Â even Â more.â€? was Â never Â sat-Â As Â a Â mem-Â LVÂżHG ZLWK WKDW ber Â of Â the Â Ki-Â name Â because Â wanis Â Club Â of Â Greater Â East Â Troy, Â â€œeveryoneâ€™s Â happy.â€? Â Pease Â has Â served Â as Â president Â of Â The Â name Â Ditsy, Â which Â is Â the Â the Â club, Â lieutenant Â governor Â of Â clown Â children Â of Â East Â Troy Â have Â the Â Wisconsin Â district Â and Â Schol-Â grown Â to Â know, Â eventually Â stuck Â arship Â Committee Â Chairperson. Â after Â her Â late Â husband Â started Â She Â has Â won Â several Â awards Â calling Â her Â that. Â through Â Kiwanis Â including Â the Â In Â 1966, Â Pease Â and Â her Â late Â Presidentâ€™s Â Award, Â Case Â Van Â husband Â moved Â to Â Whitewater Â Kleef Â Fellow, Â the Â Case Â Van Â Kleef Â to Â build Â a Â house Â where Â she Â raised Â Distinguished Â Fellow Â and Â the Â two Â children, Â Kurt, Â 53, Â and Â Kris-Â George Â W. Â Hixson, Â one Â of Â the Â ti, Â 52, Â and Â has Â been Â a Â resident Â highest Â honors Â bestowed Â to Â a Â Ki-Â ever Â since. wanis Â member. Mary Â Niconson, Â past Â presi-Â dent Â of Â the Â Kiwanis Â Club Â of Â Greater Â East Â Troy, Â called Â Pease Â BrajkoviVA04@uww.edu â€œone Â of Â the Â most Â enduringâ€? Â they Â
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Volunteer : Students clean up communities, event organizers hope to continue the success Continued from page 1 the projects focused on areas of Whitewater and Janesville that needed clean up. %HJLQQLQJLQ-DQXDU\DQG¿QDO- izing things in March, Wurtz said she had been planning the details with Jan Bilgen and Katie Barbour from Career & Leadership Devel- opment. :XUW]VDLG¿QDOO\VHHLQJLWDOO come together with the students in the communities made the long nights worthwhile, especially the cleanup effort of Main Street in Whitewater. “Students went from Janesville and Freemont Streets all the way Amber Athey photo/$WKH\$$#XZZHGX to Taco Bell and Culver’s,” Wurtz VDLG ³,W ZDV GH¿QLWHO\ PRUH Students work together on the corner of First and Whitewater Streets to clean meaningful opposed to last year, and pick up trash around the area. More than 350 students participated. because all the volunteers worked for an equal amount of time.” Wurtz said she hopes the rela- tionship with Janesville continues in the future. ³:H KDYH QRW GLVFXVVHG RI¿- cially a future Make a Difference Day between UW-Whitewater and Janesville, but I can say we were pleased with how it went and would look forward to working with the school,” Smith said. Smith said it was wonderful working with staff and students because of the students’ level of responsibility and follow through. RileyMP30@uww.edu
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herbologist. Each section was de- voted to a different theme of the books that allowed the students to pick and choose which ones they wanted to attend. “I liked the fact that they had lectures as well as the craft things,” Parmann said. “I think that it appeals to everyone who loves ‘Harry Potter.’” This being the second year do- ing the event, Fratz was looking for more involvement from the entire campus, including students and faculty. “I think it would be really fun to have a chemistry teacher do a potions class or something like that,” she said. Fratz also is looking to get other campuses involved, know- ing that a love of “Harry Potter” is something that can be shared throughout the UW system schools. “One thing that these books do is bring people together,” she said. One trend that is sweeping across the state is club Quidditch teams. This allows students to JHW WRJHWKHU DQG SOD\ D PRGL¿HG version of the popular wizarding sport. Fratz hopes this event will help bring the Whitewater campus and community together. “Wouldn’t it be fun if we could be the place where the Quidditch championships take place?” ClapperCJ12@uww.edu
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Beer lovers become beer brewers By Rumasa Noor Business Â Editor
MobCraft Â Beer Â provides Â an Â opportuni-Â ty Â for Â people Â to Â submit Â beer Â recipes Â on Â its Â website. Â The Â recipe Â with Â the Â most Â votes Â get Â turned Â into Â brewed Â beer. Â The Â company Â was Â founded Â by Â Henry Â Schwartz, Â Giotto Â Troia Â and Â Andrew Â Gierc-Â zak. Â â€œItâ€™s Â a Â crowdsourced Â brewery, Â so Â every Â month Â we Â are Â making Â a Â different Â batch Â of Â crowdsourced Â beer Â based Â off Â peopleâ€™s Â ideas Â from Â all Â over Â the Â United Â States,â€? Â Schwartz Â said. Â â€œWe Â have Â a Â vote Â process Â that Â happens Â on Â our Â website Â and Â every Â month Â when Â beer Â is Â brewed, Â packaged Â and Â then Â distributed Â to Â customers Â in Â 34 Â states.â€? Troia Â and Â Schwartz Â are Â UW-ÂWhitewater Â alumni Â who Â met Â through Â Collegiate Â Entre-Â preneurs Â Organization Â (CEO). Â Gierczak Â met Â Schwartz Â and Â Troia Â through Â his Â brother Â who Â attended Â UW-ÂW. All Â three Â of Â them Â are Â beer Â lovers, Â which Â led Â them Â to Â the Â idea Â of Â starting Â a Â brewery. Â Schwartz Â and Â Gierczak Â started Â brewing Â beer Â in Â college Â and Â were Â later Â joined Â by Â Troia. â€œWe Â started Â doing Â this Â thing Â called Â bre-Â wathons, Â basically Â we Â invited Â all Â of Â our Â people, Â and Â all Â our Â friends Â really Â liked Â good Â beer,â€? Â Troia Â said. Â â€œWe Â all Â just Â brewed Â all Â day Â and Â helped Â make Â a Â few Â batches Â of Â beer Â DQGWKHQ\RXNQRZIRXURUÂżYHZHHNVODWHU we Â would Â come Â back Â have Â it Â all Â bottled Â and Â have Â another Â little Â party.â€? Â Troia Â takes Â care Â of Â the Â sales Â and Â market-Â ing Â side Â of Â the Â business, Â Schwartz Â looks Â after Â WKHÂżQDQFLDODQGOHJDODVSHFWVDQG*LHUF]DN is Â the Â brewmaster.
Troia Â said Â they Â realized Â they Â are Â good Â at Â making Â beer Â and Â they Â saw Â the Â demand Â for Â it, Â which Â motivated Â them Â to Â start Â the Â business. Â â€œWe Â really Â wanted Â to Â start Â a Â brewery, Â and Â we Â also Â wanted Â to Â bring Â the Â community Â as-Â pect Â into Â it Â because Â we Â realized Â we Â had Â so Â much Â fun Â doing Â the Â brewathons Â with Â all Â of Â our Â friends,â€? Â Troia Â said. Â The Â three Â men Â ended Â up Â doing Â a Â contract Â arrangement Â with Â another Â brewery Â which Â would Â brew Â beers Â for Â them, Â and Â now Â they Â DUHDIXOOĂ€HGJHGEUHZHU\7URLDVDLG â€œItâ€™s Â been Â quite Â a Â ride;Íž Â it Â had Â its Â ups Â and Â GRZQVDOLWWOHUROOHUFRDVWHU\EXWGHÂżQLWHO\D good Â ride,â€? Â Troia Â said. Schwartz Â is Â taking Â part Â in Â Wisconsin Â Governers Â Business Â Plan Â Contest, Â represent-Â ing Â MobCraft Â beer. He Â said Â the Â customer Â response Â has Â been Â Â positive. â€œWe Â have Â had Â all Â sorts Â of Â good Â feedback. Â Schwartz Â said. Â â€œYou Â know, Â itâ€™s Â ranged Â from Â people Â just Â having Â this Â real Â direct Â emotional Â connection Â with Â our Â company.â€? Â Troia Â said Â they Â have Â a Â good Â following Â on Â social Â media Â and Â they Â got Â good Â reviews Â on Â a Â craft Â beer Â app Â called Â Untappd. Â â€œPeople Â keep Â giving Â us Â really Â good Â ideas Â for Â beers,â€? Â Troia Â said. Â â€œThroughout Â the Â en-Â tire Â process Â they Â are Â ordering Â beers, Â and Â we Â see Â a Â lot Â of Â repeat Â orders. Â Obviously Â they Â liked Â what Â they Â had Â last Â time.â€? The Â customers Â interact Â with Â them Â at Â ev-Â ery Â step Â of Â the Â process Â from Â submitting Â the Â recipes Â on Â the Â website Â to Â voting, Â Troia Â said. Â They Â feel Â like Â they Â are Â connected Â to Â the Â company. Â Â â€œBeers Â are Â not Â run Â of Â the Â mill, Â they Â are Â
MobCraft beer is a crowdsourced brewery that brews beer based upon user-submitted recipes.
From left, co-founders Andrew Gierczak, Henry Schwartz and Giotto Troia founded Mobcraft beer in 2012. Schwartz and Troia are UW-W alumni who credit their business skills to the organization CEO.
not Â necessarily Â something Â that Â you Â would Â like Â right Â off Â the Â bat, Â so Â you Â sort Â of Â take Â a Â leap Â and Â try Â it,â€? Â Troia Â said. Â â€œI Â think Â thatâ€™s Â one Â thing Â that Â customers Â really Â like Â about Â our Â business Â model Â that Â they Â are Â buying Â a Â beer Â that Â they Â donâ€™t Â know Â they Â are Â going Â to Â like, Â but Â they Â are Â trusting Â us Â with Â something Â new.â€? Troia Â said Â the Â beer Â industry Â is Â huge, Â which Â is Â why Â they Â are Â trying Â to Â target Â the Â top Â 5 Â percent Â of Â the Â market, Â which Â includes Â people Â who Â are Â looking Â to Â experiment Â and Â try Â something Â new. Â â€œBeer Â festivals Â are Â another Â big Â spot Â where Â we Â try Â to Â get Â a Â lot Â of Â attraction, Â and Â itâ€™s Â gotten Â really Â good Â reviews Â from Â people Â there, Â too,â€? Â Troia Â said. Â â€œThey Â are Â saying Â this Â is Â the Â best Â beer Â I Â have Â had Â at Â this Â festival, Â you Â know, Â I Â wish Â every Â brewery Â would Â make Â something Â like Â this, Â and Â thatâ€™s Â exactly Â where Â we Â are Â trying Â to Â get Â at Â with Â our Â business Â model Â is Â that Â they Â are Â tasting Â something Â they Â have Â never Â had Â before.â€? Troia Â said Â they Â share Â the Â space Â with Â House Â of Â Brews, Â a Â brewery Â that Â opened Â four Â years Â ago. Â He Â said Â they Â plan Â on Â bringing Â the Â equipment Â from Â a Â closed Â brewery. â€œMost Â of Â the Â beer Â is Â already Â sold Â by Â the Â
time Â we Â are Â done Â fermenting Â it, Â have Â it Â bot-Â tled,â€? Â Troia Â said. Â â€œOnce Â we Â bring Â those Â tanks Â down, Â we Â will Â be Â able Â to Â steadily Â supply Â a Â little Â bit Â more Â beer Â in Â market Â place, Â and Â we Â will Â have Â the Â equipment Â when Â we Â do Â open Â our Â own Â location.â€? The Â entrepreneurship Â community Â at Â UW-ÂW Â is Â â€œtop-Ânotch,â€? Â and Â it Â turned Â out Â to Â be Â extremely Â valuable, Â Troia Â said. Â He Â also Â said Â he Â and Â Schwartz Â would Â not Â be Â friends Â if Â it Â wasnâ€™t Â for Â CEO. Â Â Schwartz, Â who Â also Â was Â a Â Launch Â Pad Â scholar, Â said Â students Â should Â take Â advantage Â of Â all Â the Â resources Â offered Â by Â UW-ÂW. â€œThe Â reasons Â that Â we Â are Â able Â to Â get Â where Â we Â are Â all Â initiated Â from Â spending Â some Â time Â with Â Collegiate Â Entrepreneurs Â Organization Â on Â campus,â€? Â Schwartz Â said. Â â€œWe Â spent Â a Â lot Â of Â time Â kind Â of Â learning Â what Â we Â know Â about Â business Â through Â the Â CEO;Íž Â it Â really Â helped Â us Â make Â all Â the Â connections Â to Â a Â lot Â of Â the Â people Â who Â have Â helped Â us Â along Â the Â way.â€? Â
Upcoming events Innovatorsâ€™ Â Showcase Whitewater Â Innovation Â Center Â is Â hosting Â Innovatorsâ€™ Â Showcase. Â The Â event Â is Â orga-Â nized Â to Â connect Â the Â Whitewater Â commu-Â nity Â to Â regional Â innovators. Â When: Â 5:30 Â p.m., Â May Â 2 Where: Â Whitewater Â Innovation Â Â Center. Public Â Forum Â of Â entrepreneurship Â excellence The Â event Â is Â intended Â for Â students Â to Â learn Â how Â to Â grow Â a Â successful Â business. Â Speakers: Â Gov. Â Scott Â Walker, Â Steve Â Ka-Â plan, Â Henry Â Schwartz Â and Â Joe Â Scanlin. When: Â 5:30 Â p.m., Â May Â 2 Where: Â Timmerman Â Auditorium, Â Hyland Â Â Hall
â€œWe Â have Â three Â cats. Â Itâ€™s Â like Â having Â children, Â but Â there Â is Â no Â tuition Â involved.â€? Â -ÂRon Â Reagan, Â former Â talk Â radio Â host
WEDNESDAY April Â 30, Â 2014
Opinion Â Editor: Lucas Â Wimmer
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Long-Ââ€?term Â solution Â more Â important Â than Â tuition Â freeze Royal Purple Editorial Â Staff Â Opinion
With Â an Â American Â job Â market Â that Â has Â seen Â its Â fair Â share Â of Â struggles Â lately, Â earning Â a Â col-Â lege Â degree Â has Â become Â increasingly Â impor-Â tant. Unfortunately Â for Â students, Â the Â cost Â of Â this Â degree Â has Â become Â less Â affordable Â year Â after Â year. After Â a Â $1 Â billion Â surplus Â was Â discovered Â for Â the Â next Â UW Â system Â budget, Â Gov. Â Scott Â Walker Â recommended Â a Â two-Âyear Â extension Â on Â the Â current Â tuition Â freeze, Â which Â was Â im-Â plemented Â in Â July Â 2013, Â through Â the Â 2015-Â16 Â school Â year. 7KLV JHVWXUH ZLOO EULHĂ€\ NHHS FROOHJH WX ition Â at Â a Â somewhat Â reasonable Â level, Â but Â if Â no Â long-Âterm Â solution Â is Â found Â in Â the Â meantime, Â it Â will Â do Â more Â harm Â than Â good Â for Â UW Â system Â students. In Â the Â 2000-Â01 Â school Â year, Â Wisconsin Â en-Â acted Â a Â tuition Â freeze Â as Â well, Â but Â no Â solution Â was Â put Â into Â place Â to Â help Â slow Â increasing Â tu-Â ition Â costs Â in Â the Â future. Â Following Â the Â end Â of Â that Â tuition Â freeze, Â UW-ÂWhitewater Â tuition Â costs Â rose Â 7, Â 11, Â 14.5, Â 12.2 Â and Â 9.4 Â percent Â respectively Â over Â the Â next Â ÂżYH\HDUVDFFRUGLQJWRGDWDIURPWKH86'H partment Â of Â Educationâ€™s Â 2012-Â13 Â Integrated Â 3RVWVHFRQGDU\(GXFDWLRQ'DWD6\VWHP6XUYH\ collected Â by Â Collegecalc.com. Currently, Â for Â a Â full-Âtime Â student Â living Â in Â the Â Residence Â Halls Â with Â no Â meals, Â tuition Â sits Â at Â $5,589 Â per Â semester, Â according Â to Â the Â
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UW-ÂW Â website. If Â tuition Â costs Â followed Â that Â trend Â after Â the Â 2015-Â16 Â proposed Â freeze, Â tuition Â would Â in-Â FUHDVHWRRYHUDIWHUWKHÂżIWK\HDU)RUD standard Â undergraduate Â degree, Â this Â would Â be Â an Â increase Â of Â nearly Â $7,500 Â per Â year. Some Â success Â has Â been Â seen Â with Â extend-Â LQJIUHH]HVIRUORQJSHULRGVRIWLPH'XULQJWKH recession, Â Maine Â enacted Â a Â long-Âterm Â tuition Â freeze Â for Â its Â community Â colleges, Â freezing Â them Â eight Â out Â of Â the Â last Â 14 Â years. Â Its Â statewide Â tuition Â costs, Â which Â were Â the Â most Â expensive Â in Â the Â country Â during Â the Â 1990s, Â fell Â to Â 23rd-Âmost Â expensive Â in Â 2012, Â ac-Â cording Â to Â the Â Lumina Â Foundation.
Long-Âterm Â tuition Â freezes Â have Â their Â draw-Â backs, Â however, Â which Â is Â why Â many Â university Â systems Â avoid Â them. With Â the Â tuition Â frozen, Â the Â universityâ€™s Â needs Â for Â a Â budget Â increase Â still Â exists. Â This Â is Â mainly Â due Â to Â decreasing Â percentage Â of Â state Â tax Â support Â for Â public Â university Â budgets, Â along Â with Â increasing Â costs. For Â example, Â in Â the Â past Â 10 Â years, Â state Â tax Â support Â for Â the Â UW Â system Â budget Â has Â de-Â creased Â from Â 27.33 Â percent Â to Â 19.24 Â percent, Â although Â the Â total Â amount Â of Â money Â contrib-Â uted Â is Â still Â similar, Â according Â to Â the Â UW Â sys-Â tem Â 2012-Â2013 Â Fact Â Book. Â The Â University Â of Â Michiganâ€™s Â percentage Â has Â fallen Â from Â 78 Â
percent Â in Â 1960 Â to Â 17 Â percent Â in Â 2012, Â accord-Â LQJWRWKH8QLYHUVLW\RI0LFKLJDQ2IÂżFHRIWKH Vice Â President Â of Â Communications Â website. An Â increase Â in Â budget Â and Â decrease Â in Â state Â VXSSRUWDQGWXLWLRQSURÂżWFDXVHVLVVXHVIRUWKH university. Â For Â this Â tuition Â freeze, Â cost-Âcutting Â tech-Â niques Â would Â most Â likely Â need Â to Â be Â imple-Â mented, Â such Â as Â cutting Â certain Â programs, Â or Â hiring Â more Â inexpensive Â â€“ Â and Â thus, Â more Â in-Â experienced Â â€“ Â professors. Â One Â way Â for Â Walker Â to Â create Â long-Âterm Â relief Â after Â the Â tuition Â freeze Â would Â be Â to Â make Â the Â UW Â system Â a Â higher Â priority Â in Â the Â budget, Â and Â provide Â them Â with Â more Â money Â to Â combat Â XQLYHUVLWLHVÂśLQFUHDVLQJÂżQDQFLDOQHHGV The Â UW Â system Â educates Â 181,000 Â students Â according Â to Â their Â website. Â This Â is Â enough Â peo-Â ple Â to Â warrant Â a Â higher Â rank Â in Â the Â budget. This Â would Â provide Â a Â way Â for Â the Â univer-Â sities Â to Â keep Â tuition Â at Â an Â affordable Â amount Â while Â being Â able Â to Â keep Â up Â with Â necessary Â budget Â increases Â and Â provide Â their Â students Â with Â a Â quality Â college Â experience. Â Without Â a Â long-Âterm Â solution, Â Walkerâ€™s Â recommended Â tuition Â freeze Â would Â be Â similar Â to Â a Â doctor Â treating Â a Â patientâ€™s Â symptoms Â and Â ignoring Â the Â underlying Â disease. If Â the Â interests Â of Â the Â students Â are Â truly Â at Â the Â heart Â of Â this Â tuition Â freeze, Â it Â is Â absolutely Â essential Â that Â a Â long-Âterm Â solution Â accompa-Â nies Â it. email@example.com
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WEDNESDAY â€œWhoever Â said Â money Â canâ€™t Â buy Â happiness Â simply Â didnâ€™t Â know Â where Â to Â go Â shopping.â€? -Â Â Bo Â Derek
April Â 30, Â 2014
Lifestyle Â Editor: Jacqueline Â Schaefer
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Shop Â in Â Whitewater, Â be Â trend Â thrifty By Amanda Ramirez Staff Â Writer
Attending Â college Â in Â a Â small Â town Â can Â often Â mean Â scarce Â shopping Â options, Â but Â this Â is Â not Â true Â in Â Downtown Â Whitewater. Â Quaint Â shops Â offer Â a Â diverse Â range Â of Â products Â and Â can Â offer Â residents Â exactly Â what Â they Â are Â looking Â for Â or Â make Â for Â a Â fun Â Saturday Â afternoon Â in Â town. Â Shopping Â local Â also Â provides Â students Â with Â the Â opportunity Â to Â support Â small Â business Â owners. Â Â Commentary Downtown Â Whitewater Â by Amanda offers Â various Â stores Â for Â Ramirez, apparel Â shopping: Â retail, Â Staff Writer upscale Â resale Â or Â thrift Â shop-Â ping. Â Ranging Â in Â price Â and Â products Â offered, Â VWXGHQWVVKRXOGEHDEOHWRÂżQGDQ\FORWKLQJ item Â they Â need Â at Â one Â of Â these Â locations. Â ARANDA Â ARANDA, Â located Â at Â 177 Â W. Â Main Â St., Â is Â a Â family-Âowned Â boutique Â new Â to Â Downtown Â Whitewater. Â It Â carries Â clothes Â for Â both Â men Â and Â women, Â but Â focuses Â mainly Â on Â female Â
clothing Â and Â accessories. ARANDA Â carries Â products Â including: Â dresses, Â blouses, Â jeans, Â sweatshirts, Â jackets Â and Â accessories Â such Â as Â shoes Â and Â purses. Â Store Â Manager Â Marta Â Aranda Â said Â the Â store Â carries Â few Â of Â the Â same Â products Â to Â pro-Â vide Â customers Â with Â the Â opportunity Â to Â pos-Â sess Â a Â unique Â clothing Â item Â that Â most Â likely Â will Â not Â appear Â in Â the Â store Â again. Â Often Â times, Â boutiques Â are Â expensive Â because Â they Â feature Â specialty Â products. Â How-Â ever, Â the Â clothing Â and Â accessories Â display Â the Â latest Â fashions Â sold Â at Â reasonable Â prices. Â Aranda Â said Â the Â owners Â want Â merchandise Â to Â remain Â affordable Â for Â students Â in Â town. Â â€œWe Â want Â the Â students, Â or Â anyone Â else Â in Â the Â community, Â to Â look Â good, Â but Â they Â should Â also Â be Â able Â to Â afford Â it,â€? Â Aranda Â said. Â ARANDA Â is Â open Â from Â 11 Â a.m. Â to Â 8 Â p.m. Â Thursday Â and Â Friday Â and Â from Â 11 Â a.m. Â to Â 6 Â p.m. Â Saturday. Â Customers Â can Â access Â promotions Â on Â ARANDAâ€™s Â Facebook Â page, Â facebook.com/ arandauniqueappeal. Â 5HĂ€HFWLRQVRIWKH3DVW 5HĂ€HFWLRQVRIWKH3DVWORFDWHGDW:
Main Â St., Â is Â an Â upscale Â resale Â store Â that Â carries Â consignment Â clothing, Â vintage Â fashions Â and Â jewelry. Â -DQQD%XUKRSRZQHUIRU\HDUVVDLG vintage Â clothing Â is Â the Â cornerstone Â of Â the Â store. Â Burhop Â said Â store Â supplies Â evolve Â as Â the Â times Â change. Â The Â only Â part Â of Â the Â store Â to Â remain Â consistent Â is Â the Â vintage Â apparel. Â â€œI Â can Â mix Â todayâ€™s Â clothing Â with Â vintage Â styles Â to Â create Â whatever Â [the Â customers] Â want,â€? Â Burhop Â said. Â $OWKRXJK5HĂ€HFWLRQVRIWKH3DVWLVQRW a Â costume Â store, Â Burhop Â said Â students Â visit Â DURXQG+DOORZHHQWRÂżQGPLVVLQJFRVWXPH HOHPHQWVWKH\FRXOGQRWÂżQGHOVHZKHUH Theatrical Â departments Â visit Â the Â store Â and Â will Â form Â costumes Â to Â match Â a Â particular Â era Â in Â the Â work, Â Burhop Â said. 7KH7KULIW6KRSSH Thrifting Â has Â become Â a Â trend Â among Â college Â students. Â The Â thrill Â of Â searching Â for Â unique Â items Â at Â cheap Â prices Â excites Â college-Â aged Â adults Â with Â little Â spending Â money. Â Whether Â it Â is Â in Â pursuit Â of Â the Â perfect Â Halloween Â costume, Â house Â items Â or Â knick-Â knacks, Â thrift Â stores Â provide Â customers Â with Â a Â
wide Â variety Â of Â used Â items. Â 7KH7KULIW6KRSSHORFDWHGDW&KXUFK St., Â opened Â in Â 1966. Â First Â English Â Lutheran Â Church Â established Â the Â shop Â to Â provide Â the Â community Â with Â affordable Â clothes Â and Â items. Â Manager Â Mary Â Higgins Â has Â been Â involved Â with Â the Â shop Â since Â 1976 Â when Â she Â began Â as Â a Â volunteer. Â Â Several Â volunteers Â who Â are Â associated Â with Â the Â church Â operate Â the Â Thrift Â Shoppe. Â The Â Thrift Â Shoppe Â carries Â a Â wide Â variety Â of Â items Â including Â clothing, Â kitchen Â utensils, Â home Â dĂŠcor, Â toys Â and Â old Â movies. Â It Â is Â differ-Â ent Â from Â a Â typical Â store Â because Â it Â is Â a Â house Â with Â several Â rooms. Â The Â shop Â is Â organized Â with Â a Â unique Â item Â themes Â in Â each Â room. Â â€œYou Â never Â know Â what Â youâ€™re Â going Â to Â ÂżQGLQDUHVDOHVKRSÂ´+LJJLQVVDLG If Â you Â are Â a Â crafter, Â the Â thrift Â store Â carries Â various Â cheap Â items, Â such Â as Â vases Â or Â frames, Â that Â can Â be Â recreated Â into Â a Â new Â object. Â Before Â leaving Â town Â for Â a Â shopping Â spree, Â consider Â shopping Â in Â Whitewater. Â You Â might Â EHVXUSULVHGWRVHHZKDW\RXFDQÂżQG 5DPLUH]$3#XZZHGX
Running Â around Â the Â clock Â to Â defeat Â cancer By Samantha Phillips Staff Â Writer
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Relay Â For Â Life, Â an Â annual Â event Â sponsored Â by Â the Â American Â Cancer Â Society, Â aims Â to Â rememer Â those Â who Â have Â lost Â their Â battle Â with Â cancer. Â â€œMost Â people Â on Â campus Â prob-Â ably Â know Â someone Â who Â has Â been Â touched Â by Â can-Â cer,â€? Â Â said Â Hailey Â Everson, Â UW-Â Whitewater Â Re-Â lay Â For Â Life Â co-Â chair. Aside Â from Â helping Â those Â in Â Everson the Â Whitewater Â community, Â the Â event Â takes Â place Â all Â over Â the Â world Â to Â help Â raise Â money Â for Â cancer Â research Â and Â treatment. Â Everson Â is Â preparing Â for Â her Â fourth Â year Â participating Â in Â the Â
event. Â Everson Â started Â as Â a Â Relay Â For Â Life Â participant Â before Â becom-Â ing Â more Â involved Â last Â year Â as Â the Â Luminaria Â and Â Survivorship Â Chair. Â The Â Luminaria Â Chair Â is Â re-Â sponsible Â for Â the Â event Â promotion Â and Â planning Â the Â eventâ€™s Â Lumi-Â naria Â ceremony. Â The Â Luminaria Â ceremony Â honors Â those Â who Â have Â passed Â with Â placing Â lit Â candles Â around Â the Â track. Â As Â Survivorship Â Chair, Â Ever-Â son Â was Â responsible Â for Â coordinat-Â ing Â all Â cancer Â survivors Â and Â care-Â givers Â activities Â before, Â during Â and Â after Â the Â relay. Â This Â year Â as Â a Â Co-ÂChair, Â Ever-Â son Â works Â with Â American Â Cancer Â Society Â staff Â to Â plan Â a Â success-Â ful Â event, Â recruit Â and Â retain Â vol-Â unteers, Â organize Â Relay Â For Â Life Â meetings Â and Â serves Â as Â the Â eventâ€™s Â spokesperson. Everson Â has Â seen Â success Â in Â past Â years Â while Â participating Â in Â the Â event. Â The Â amount Â of Â money Â Â raised Â has Â increased Â and Â they Â have Â
touched Â many Â more Â lives. â€œRelay Â is Â a Â time Â to Â honor Â and Â remember Â people Â who Â have Â lost Â their Â battle Â with Â cancer,â€? Â Everson Â said. Â â€œIt Â is Â also Â a Â time Â to Â celebrate Â those Â who Â have Â won Â their Â battle Â with Â cancer.â€? The Â event Â is Â set Â up Â in Â a Â special Â way Â to Â honor Â all Â of Â those Â affected Â by Â cancer. Â Â Each Â event Â is Â differ-Â ent, Â but Â there Â are Â certain Â traditions Â to Â all Â Relay Â For Â Life Â events. Â The Â relay Â starts Â with Â the Â Survivor Â Lap. Â During Â this Â time, Â cancer Â survivors Â are Â invited Â to Â the Â track Â to Â walk Â a Â lap Â together Â and Â help Â every-Â one Â celebrate Â victories Â over Â can-Â cer. Â Â After Â dark Â is Â the Â Luminaria Â Ceremony. Â This Â honors Â people Â who Â have Â been Â touched Â by Â cancer Â and Â remembers Â loved Â ones Â who Â have Â lost Â their Â battle Â with Â the Â dis-Â ease. Â Last Â is Â the Â Fight Â Back Â Cer-Â emony. Â This Â is Â a Â time Â where Â all Â participants Â make Â a Â personal Â com-Â
mitment Â to Â save Â lives Â by Â taking Â up Â WKHÂżJKWDJDLQVWFDQFHU According Â to Â relayforlife.org, Â the Â concept Â of Â Relay Â for Â Life Â start-Â ed Â in Â 1985 Â when Â Dr. Â Gordy Â Klatt Â wanted Â to Â raise Â money Â for Â his Â local Â $PHULFDQ&DQFHU6RFLHW\2IÂżFH Klatt Â was Â a Â marathon Â run-Â ner Â and Â came Â up Â with Â the Â idea Â of Â VSHQGLQJ KRXUV VWUDLJKW UXQ ning Â on Â a Â track Â to Â raise Â money. Â His Â IULHQGVZRXOGSD\WRZDONRU UXQ ZLWK KLP IRU PLQXWHV $W WKHHQGRIKLVPLOHUXQKHKDG UDLVHG UW-ÂW Â has Â been Â participating Â in Â Relay Â for Â Life Â for Â about Â eight Â years. Â Last Â year, Â UW-ÂW Â and Â the Â surrounding Â community Â raised Â DERXW(DFK\HDUWKHHYHQW KDVDERXWSDUWLFLSDQWV For Â some Â students, Â such Â as Â ju-Â nior Â Maggie Â Quartullo, Â this Â is Â their Â ÂżUVWWLPHSDUWLFLSDWLQJ â€œI Â didnâ€™t Â know Â about Â [Relay Â for Â Life] Â last Â year, Â but Â Iâ€™m Â super Â stoked Â to Â participate Â this Â year,â€? Â
Quartullo Â said. Quartullo Â is Â on Â a Â team Â with Â WKH 8:: 3V\ chology Â Club, Â and Â she Â said Â they Â donâ€™t Â have Â a Â spe-Â FLÂżFJRDOEXWDUH excited Â to Â join. Â Âł7KH 3V\FK Club Â all Â decided Â Quartullo to Â participate Â together, Â and Â I Â think Â itâ€™ll Â be Â a Â fun Â teambuilding Â experience,â€? Â Quar-Â tullo Â said. Â Â Everson Â said Â she Â encourages Â anybody Â interested Â in Â Relay Â For Â Life Â to Â sign Â up. Â The Â event Â is Â on Â 0D\DQGWHDPVFDQVWLOOUHJLVWHU at Â www.relayforlife.org/uwwhite-Â water. Â There Â is Â no Â minimum Â or Â maximum Â number Â of Â people Â on Â a Â WHDP DQG WKHUH LV D UHJLVWUD tion Â fee Â for Â each Â person. Â 3KLOOLSV6'#XZZHGX 6FKDHIHU-#XZZHGX
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Arts Â & Â Rec Â Editor: Abrielle Â Backhaus
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Organization Â runs Â to Â save Â hearts By Abrielle Backhaus Arts Â & Â Rec Â Editor
UW-ÂWhitewaterâ€™s Â Public Â Relations Â Stu-Â dent Â Society Â of Â America Â has Â set Â out Â to Â make Â exercising Â a Â bit Â more Â fun Â for Â the Â community. A Â recess-Âlike Â fun Â run, Â known Â as Â the Â Glow Â Run, Â will Â feel Â more Â like Â a Â party Â than Â a Â road Â race. Â There Â are Â no Â winners Â or Â prizes, Â just Â a Â big Â rave-Âlike Â party. Taylor Â Bohmann, Â PRSSA Â fundraising Â chair Â and Â Glow Â Run Â director, Â said Â the Â glow Â run Â idea Â came Â from Â our Â generationâ€™s Â interest Â in Â raves. â€œMy Â sister Â is Â really Â into Â rave Â stuff, Â and Â I Â know Â all Â my Â friends Â like Â raves Â and Â glow Â sticks, Â so Â I Â was Â like, Â letâ€™s Â bring Â it Â into Â White-Â water,â€? Â Bohmann Â said. Runners Â will Â be Â led Â through Â the Â course Â by Â music Â and Â neon Â lights. Â Three Â local Â DJs Â will Â be Â posted Â along Â the Â path, Â so Â music Â can Â be Â heard Â the Â entire Â way Â through. PRSSA Â is Â holding Â the Â 5K Â as Â a Â fundraiser Â for Â the Â American Â Heart Â Association Â (AHA). Â Lindsay Â Scheidekk, Â a Â UW-ÂW Â PRSSA Â alumna, Â works Â for Â the Â AHA Â and Â helped Â the Â current Â stu-Â dent Â group Â coordinate Â the Â event. Forty Â percent Â of Â the Â proceeds Â go Â to Â put Â on Â the Â event Â and Â the Â other Â 60 Â percent Â will Â go Â to Â
the Â AHA. Bohmann Â said Â she Â expects Â to Â see Â a Â good Â turn-Âout Â for Â the Â event Â and Â hopes Â PRSSA Â will Â reach Â its Â set Â goal. â€œFive-Âhundred Â people, Â thatâ€™s Â what Â I Â want,â€? Â Bohmann Â said. Â â€œAnd Â then Â raising Â $10,000 Â be-Â cause Â it Â is Â a Â really Â good Â cause.â€? PRSSA Â adviser Â Ann Â Knabe Â said Â the Â Glow Â Run Â is Â a Â great Â way Â for Â the Â PRSSA Â members Â to Â practice Â what Â they Â learn Â in Â school Â in Â a Â tangible Â way. â€œThe Â Glow Â Run Â is Â one Â of Â many Â initia-Â tives Â that Â the Â PRSSA Â group Â has Â undertaken,â€? Â Knabe Â said. Â Â â€œItâ€™s Â an Â excellent Â opportunity Â for Â the Â students Â to Â exercise Â their Â public Â relation Â skills Â in Â terms Â of Â promoting Â in Â special Â event Â planning Â or Â giving Â back Â to Â the Â community.â€? Knabe Â said Â she Â hopes Â the Â event Â will Â help Â bring Â awareness Â to Â the Â community Â and Â en-Â courage Â people Â to Â get Â involved. The Â idea Â of Â exercise Â and Â a Â 5K Â run Â weave Â WRJHWKHU VHDPOHVVO\ DV EHLQJ ÂżW NHHSV WKH heart Â healthy, Â Knabe Â said. â€œItâ€™s Â after Â sun-Âdown,â€? Â Knabe Â said. Â â€œItâ€™s Â a Â glow Â run Â with Â the Â mystique Â of Â night. Â Itâ€™s Â just Â an Â all-Âaround Â fantastic Â event Â for Â the Â campus, Â the Â community Â and Â PRSSA.â€? The Â 5K Â costs Â $20 Â per Â person Â or Â $75 Â for Â a Â JURXSRIÂżYH7KLVFRVWLQFOXGHVHQWU\LQWKH
glow Â run, Â a Â T-Âshirt, Â glow Â sticks, Â glow Â paint, Â food Â and Â beverages. Â While Â registration Â for Â the Â Glow Â Run Â is Â open Â until Â race Â day, Â T-Âshirts Â can-Â not Â be Â garunteed Â for Â registerees Â after Â April Â 28. Registration Â check-Âin Â for Â the Â 5K Â will Â start Â at Â 7 Â p.m. Â with Â the Â run Â beginning Â at Â 8 Â p.m. Â on Â May Â 10 Â at Â 471 Â N. Â Prairie Â St. Â at Â the Â Lawcon Â Picnic Â Shelter. For Â more Â information Â about Â the Â Glow Â Run Â or Â to Â register Â visit Â glowrun.wix.com/ glowrun BackhausAL10@uww.edu
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Musical Â Veteran Â Tribute By Abrielle Backhaus Arts Â & Â Rec Â Editor
â€œIt Â Happened Â in Â Wisconsin,â€? Â E\.HQ0RUDIILVDÂżFWLRQDOQRYHO about Â a Â ragtag Â minor Â league Â base-Â ball Â team, Â the Â Racine Â Robins, Â and Â their Â quest Â to Â change Â the Â world Â during Â the Â Great Â Depression. As Â someone Â from Â Wisconsin, Â I Â picked Â up Â the Â book Â because Â the Â title Â caught Â my Â attention. Â When Â I Â read Â the Â description Â of Â the Â book, Â I Â almost Â didnâ€™t Â read Â it;Íž Â I Â didnâ€™t Â really Â have Â an Â interest Â in Â read-Â ing Â a Â book Â about Â a Â baseball Â team Â during Â the Â Great Â Depression. Thankfully, Â I Â decided Â to Â give Â the Â book Â a Â go. Â â€œIt Â Happened Â in Â Wisconsinâ€? Â is Â so Â Review by much Â more Â than Â Lauren Piek, Staff Writer just Â a Â book Â about Â baseball. Â Itâ€™s Â a Â book Â about Â love, Â heartbreak Â and Â the Â consequences Â of Â the Â choices Â we Â make. Â The Â narrator Â loves Â being Â the Â pitcher Â on Â his Â team Â because Â of Â WKHWHDPÂśVGHWHUPLQDWLRQWRÂżJKW the Â system Â and Â give Â back Â to Â those Â suffering Â from Â economic Â and Â social Â destruction Â caused Â by Â the Â Great Â Depression. The Â Racine Â Robins Â travel Â throughout Â the Â Midwest Â on Â their Â Crown Â Coach Â Company Â bus, Â giv-Â ing Â money Â to Â each Â town Â they Â play Â in, Â whether Â itâ€™s Â to Â a Â soup Â kitchen, Â orphanage Â or Â the Â less-Âfortunate. Â In Â the Â book, Â the Â narrator Â dis-Â cusses Â how Â the Â team Â actually Â
stands Â for Â something, Â unlike Â the Â major Â league Â teams, Â and Â thatâ€™s Â why Â people Â would Â come Â to Â see Â them Â play. Â He Â says, Â â€œIf Â weâ€™d Â had Â our Â chance, Â we Â would Â have Â beat Â those Â pampered Â boys Â in Â pin-Â stripesâ€”because Â we Â stood Â for Â something, Â and Â the Â crowds Â knew Â it.â€? The Â narrator Â also Â goes Â into Â stories Â about Â his Â past Â girlfriend, Â Nancy. Â He Â leaves Â Nancy Â to Â be Â with Â the Â team, Â to Â give Â back Â to Â the Â fans Â they Â played Â for. Â He Â con-Â stantly Â goes Â on Â about Â fundamen-Â tal Â problems Â in Â the Â system, Â and Â how Â he Â and Â his Â team Â are Â trying Â to Â change Â things Â for Â the Â greater Â good Â of Â everyone. Â The Â team Â gets Â snowed Â in Â at Â the Â Rockefeller Â Hotel Â while Â driv-Â ing Â through Â Wisconsin. Â The Â team Â meets Â a Â man Â named Â Spencer, Â who Â essentially Â uses Â his Â own Â daughter Â to Â get Â the Â teamâ€™s Â star Â hitter, Â Mike, Â to Â sign Â a Â contract Â with Â the Â New Â York Â Yankees. Throughout Â the Â book, Â the Â team Â struggles Â with Â the Â tempta-Â tion Â of Â joining Â the Â major Â leagues. Â Although Â the Â baseball Â players Â could Â make Â more Â money, Â which Â they Â could Â give Â back Â to Â the Â poor, Â theyâ€™d Â be Â getting Â paid Â by Â the Â wealthy Â people Â they Â are Â trying Â to Â take Â down. Moraff Â also Â has Â the Â narrator Â deal Â with Â the Â outcomes Â of Â the Â choices Â he Â makes. Â The Â narrator Â realizes Â that Â while Â he Â was Â out Â WU\LQJ WR ÂżJKW IRU WKH FDXVH KH was Â missing Â out Â on Â his Â life Â with Â
Nancy Â and Â whatâ€™s Â really Â important Â in Â life: Â living. I Â enjoyed Â Moraffâ€™s Â writing Â style. Â He Â reminded Â me Â of Â Ste-Â phen Â King, Â in Â the Â sense Â that Â I Â could Â easily Â see Â â€œIt Â Happened Â in Â Wisconsinâ€? Â turned Â into Â a Â movie. Â The Â book Â is Â a Â great Â read Â for Â someone Â who Â likes Â sports Â but Â isnâ€™t Â a Â die-Âhard Â sports Â fanatic. Â Moraff Â has Â a Â way Â of Â making Â the Â book Â about Â more Â than Â a Â baseball Â team, Â which Â was Â a Â pleasant Â sur-Â prise. I Â would Â recommend Â â€œIt Â Hap-Â pened Â in Â Wisconsinâ€? Â for Â anyone Â who Â wants Â to Â read Â not Â only Â about Â baseball, Â but Â also Â about Â how Â ac-Â tually Â living Â is Â the Â essential Â part Â of Â life. PiekLE10@uww.edu
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Students Â and Â community Â members Â can Â honor Â their Â veterans Â through Â a Â musical Â tribute Â by Â Amer-Â ican Â composers Â at Â the Â Symphonic Â Wind Â Ensemble Â and Â Concert Â Band. Â Music Â Professor Â Glenn Â Hayes Â said Â the Â band Â will Â display Â talents Â and Â honor Â the Â veterans, Â which Â is Â something Â everyone Â should Â do Â more Â often. Â â€œIt Â is Â a Â great Â joy Â to Â showcase Â the Â hard Â work Â talents Â of Â my Â students;Íž Â itâ€™s Â really Â thrilling,â€? Â Hayes Â said. Hayes Â said Â music Â and Â the Â arts Â are Â experiential Â to Â him, Â sharing Â the Â music Â with Â the Â audience Â who Â share Â the Â experience Â along Â with Â him. Hayes Â said Â his Â role Â is Â to Â facili-Â tate Â the Â performances Â of Â the Â stu-Â dents, Â and Â his Â favorite Â part Â of Â per-Â forming Â is Â sharing Â music. Â â€œI Â knew Â it Â was Â what Â I Â wanted Â to Â do Â with Â my Â life, Â and Â Iâ€™ve Â always Â been Â drawn Â to Â music, Â and Â it Â is Â who Â I Â am,â€? Â Hayes Â said. Hayes Â said Â he Â the Â music Â per-Â formance Â will Â be Â shared Â with Â the Â concert Â band, Â and Â they Â have Â had Â themed Â concerts Â together Â before. Â There Â was Â a Â concert Â previously Â about Â movies Â that Â included Â â€œStar Â Wars.â€? There Â will Â be Â a Â range Â of Â instru-Â ments Â highlighted Â in Â the Â concert, Â from Â horns Â to Â percussion. Â There Â are Â a Â variety Â of Â songs Â be-Â ing Â played Â at Â the Â concert. Â The Â con-Â cert Â band Â is Â playing Â the Â song Â titled Â â€œAmerican Â Dream,â€? Â and Â the Â wind Â
ensemble Â is Â playing Â another Â titled Â â€œManual Â March.â€? Â Junior Â Christopher Â Fowler Â said Â he Â has Â had Â been Â involved Â in Â the Â music Â program Â for Â three Â years Â and Â has Â had Â a Â lot Â of Â support Â along Â the Â way. â€œMy Â biggest Â Fowler LQĂ€XHQFHZDVP\ high Â school Â music Â teacher,â€? Â Fowler Â said. Fowler Â will Â play Â the Â trumpet Â in Â â€œAmerican Â Dreamâ€? Â along Â with Â many Â others. Â Sophomore Â Julia Â Hertig Â said Â she Â has Â previ-Â ously Â participated Â in Â more Â than Â 10 Â concerts Â and Â is Â looking Â forward Â to Â this Â one Â specif-Â ically Â dedicated Â to Â veterans. Â Â Â Hertig â€œI Â will Â play Â the Â trumpet Â in Â the Â performance, Â but Â I Â also Â learned Â piano Â and Â I Â also Â sing,â€? Â Hertig Â said. Hertig Â said Â the Â concert Â is Â vet-Â eran-Âthemed Â and Â the Â song Â â€œNor Â a Â Lark Â or Â Eagle Â Flewâ€? Â is Â based Â on Â a Â poem Â written Â by Â a Â air Â force Â pilot Â in Â training. Â Â â€˜Sweet Â Francesâ€™ Â is Â a Â song Â about Â the Â French Â Provinces,â€? Â Hertig Â said. Â The Â concert Â will Â take Â place Â at Â 7:30 Â p.m. Â on Â May Â 1 Â at Â the Â Young Â Auditorium. BackhausAL10@uww.edu TrewynS10@uww.edu
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WEDNESDAY â€œWhy Â are Â you Â taking Â pictures Â with Â minorities? Â Why? Â Itâ€™s Â like Â talking Â to Â an Â enemy. Â [...] Â You Â donâ€™t Â have Â to Â have Â yourself Â walking Â with Â black Â people.â€? Â -ÂDonald Â Sterling Â in Â an Â alleged Â recording
April Â 30, Â 2014
Sports Â Editor: Kevin Â Cunningham
Assistant Â Editor: Andrea Â Sidlauskas PAGE Â 13
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Senior Alexandra Bayliss developed her passion for tennis at three years old. She has a 210-68 overall record as a â€™Hawk.
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Senior Jackie Vitale contributed to the â€™Hawksâ€™ 6-0 and 8-1 victories, adding two wins to improve to 17-9 in singles competition.
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â€™Hawks Â sweep Â UW-ÂSuperior, Â improve Â to Â 12-Â2 Â in Â WIAC Â play Softball By Daniel Schoettler Staff Â Writer
The Â Warhawks Â softball Â team Â strength-Â ened Â its Â case Â for Â postseason Â play Â by Â winning Â all Â four Â of Â its Â games Â this Â past Â week. Â Â The Â last Â game Â of Â the Â weekend Â was Â spe-Â FLDO IRU %HNND +RXGD ZKR WKUHZ WKH ÂżUVW no-Âhitter Â by Â a Â Warhawks Â pitcher Â since Â Katie Â Boyle Â did Â it Â in Â 2012. Â The Â â€™Hawks Â started Â the Â weekâ€™s Â slate Â of Â games Â with Â statement Â wins Â against Â confer-Â ence Â foes Â UW-ÂOshkosh Â as Â they Â handed Â the Â 7LWDQV WKHLU ÂżUVW WZR FRQIHUHQFH ORVVHV RQ April Â 23. Â Â In Â game Â one Â of Â the Â doubleheader Â with Â the Â Titans, Â UW-ÂOshkosh Â got Â on Â top Â early Â on Â a Â RBI Â groundout Â by Â junior Â Emily Â Mallek Â in Â the Â fourth Â inning. Â Â An Â in-Â ning Â later, Â the Â Warhawks Â scored Â the Â runs Â they Â would Â need Â to Â get Â the Â victory Â on Â a Â two-ÂRBI Â single Â by Â senior Â catcher Â Chelsey Â Schobert. Â Junior Â Kelynn Â Sporer Â pitched Â all Â seven Â innings, Â Schobert striking Â out Â six Â and Â earning Â her Â 10th Â win Â on Â the Â season. Â Â â€œWeâ€™re Â peaking Â at Â the Â right Â time,â€? Â Schobert Â said. Â Â â€œThatâ€™s Â whatâ€™s Â important Â right Â now.â€? Game Â two Â of Â the Â doubleheader Â with Â the Â Titans Â was Â a Â completely Â different Â story. Â Â
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two Â as Â freshman Â Stephanie Â Waller Â got Â her Â fourth Â win Â on Â the Â year Â for Â the Â Warhawks. Â â€œItâ€™s Â awesome,â€? Â Sporer Â said. Â Â â€œIf Â we Â can Â score Â runs Â like Â that Â every Â game, Â we Â would Â pretty Â well Â off. Â So Â as Â long Â as Â we Â can Â keep Â it Â up Â and Â keep Â up Â are Â defense, Â which Â has Â been Â amazing.â€? Â The Â Warhawks Â continued Â the Â week Â with Â a Â doubleheader Â against Â UW-ÂSuperior. Â Â The Â â€™Hawks Â continued Â their Â offensive Â surge Â as Â both Â teams Â combined Â for Â seven Â home Â runs Â in Â game Â one. Â Â
Seniors Â Kelly Â McGrail, Â Morgan Â Krisch, Â Laura Â Eichenhold Â and Â junior Â Paige Â Evan-Â gelista Â all Â hit Â home Â runs Â for Â the Â Warhawks. Â Â Junior Â Kristen Â Haider Â hit Â two Â home Â runs Â and Â senior Â Hailey Â McNeil Â hit Â a Â home Â run Â as Â well Â for Â UW-ÂSuperior. Â Sporer Â earned Â her Â 11th Â win Â of Â the Â season Â in Â the Â game Â with Â Waller Â getting Â the Â save Â in Â an Â 8-Â6 Â win Â in Â game Â one. Â In Â game Â two, Â history Â happened Â for Â junior Â pitcher Â Bekka Â Houda. Â Houda Â no-Âhit Â the Â Yel-Â low Â Jackets Â by Â striking Â out Â one Â and Â only Â al-Â lowing Â one Â to Â reach Â base Â on Â a Â walk. Â Krisch Â led Â off Â the Â scoring Â in Â game Â two Â with Â a Â RBI Â single, Â scoring Â senior Â Mimi Â Ramirez. Â Â In Â the Â second Â inning, Â Seamon Â added Â on Â with Â a Â two-Ârun Â home Â run. Â Â Krisch Â added Â on Â to Â her Â total Â with Â a Â solo Â home Â run Â in Â the Â third. Junior Â Jo Â Jablonski Â contributed Â to Â the Â cause Â with Â a Â two-Ârun Â home Â run Â of Â her Â own. Â Â Krischâ€™s Â day Â was Â not Â done Â yet Â as Â she Â hom-Â ered Â again Â in Â the Â fourth Â on Â a Â two-Ârun Â shot. Â â€œI Â think Â our Â hitting Â has Â been Â really Â good Â lately,â€? Â head Â coach Â Brenda Â Volk Â said. Â Â â€œWe Â still Â have Â some Â kinks Â to Â work Â out, Â pitching Â wise Â and Â defense. Â Â But Â we Â are Â getting Â better Â every Â game. Â I Â feel Â like Â we Â are Â playing Â like Â we Â need Â to. Â Â Hope-Â fully Â weâ€™ll Â peak Â at Â the Â right Â time.â€? Volk The Â Warhawks Â im-Â proved Â to Â 27-Â8 Â on Â the Â season. Â Their Â double-Â header Â against Â UW-ÂEau Â Claire Â was Â can-Â celled Â due Â to Â weather Â conditions. Â Â
Golfersâ€™ Â spring Â season Â comes Â to Â a Â close :DUKDZNVÂśÂżQDOPHHW comes Â at Â country Â club Womenâ€™s Golf By Justin St. Peter Staff Â Writer
The Â UW-ÂWhitewater Â wom-Â enâ€™s Â golf Â team Â is Â set Â to Â cap Â its Â spring Â season Â on Â a Â high Â note. The Â team Â will Â host Â a Â night Â golf Â outing Â fundraiser Â at Â 8 Â p.m. Â on Â May Â 3 Â at Â the Â Whitewater Â Country Â Club. â€œWe Â have Â been Â talking Â for Â a Â while Â about Â doing Â it Â as Â a Â fun-Â draiser,â€? Â head Â coach Â Brett Â We-Â ber Â said. Â â€œItâ€™s Â a Â Weber little Â fun Â for Â the Â end Â of Â the Â year.â€? The Â team Â hosted Â fundraisers Â the Â last Â few Â years Â and Â is Â expect-Â ing Â about Â 30 Â to Â 50 Â people Â to Â par-Â ticipate. Â
The Â event Â costs Â $25 Â and Â is Â open Â to Â the Â public. The Â â€™Hawks Â struggled Â in Â the Â ÂżUVW WZR WRXUQDPHQWV RI WKHLU spring Â season, Â taking Â fourth Â place Â out Â of Â six Â teams Â in Â the Â Rhodes Â Invitational Â on Â March Â 23, Â and Â a Â WKSODFHÂżQLVKRXWRIWHDPV at Â the Â Illinois Â Wesleyan Â Spring Â Fling Â on Â April Â 13. The Â â€™Hawks Â then Â took Â second Â in Â the Â UW-ÂWhitewater Â Spring Â In-Â YLWHRQ$SULO â€œIt Â was Â a Â little Â disappoint-Â ing Â that Â we Â didnâ€™t Â win Â our Â home Â match,â€? Â senior Â Catherine Â Hilten-Â brand Â said. Â Â â€œWe Â felt Â pretty Â good Â about Â it. Â We Â had Â our Â ups Â and Â downs Â (this Â season), Â but Â we Â had Â fun Â while Â we Â played Â as Â a Â Hiltenbrand team.â€? The Â team Â had Â a Â triangular Â meet Â scheduled Â for Â the Â week-Â end Â of Â April Â 27, Â but Â other Â teams Â backed Â out Â at Â the Â last Â minute. Instead, Â the Â team Â held Â a Â Ry-Â
der Â Cup-Âlike Â meet Â where Â Weber Â matched Â players Â of Â the Â same Â average Â scores Â at Â Koshkonong Â Mounds Â Country Â Club Â and Â had Â them Â compete Â against Â each Â other. Sophomore Â Sammie Â Leib-Â KDP ZKR ÂżQLVKHG VHFRQG LQ WKH UW-ÂWhitewater Â Spring Â Invite, Â knows Â she Â can Â improve Â for Â the Â fall Â season. Â â€œFor Â myself, Â I Â will Â be Â work-Â ing Â on Â my Â short Â game Â because Â that Â is Â where Â a Â lot Â of Â issues Â come Â
from,â€? Â Leibham Â said. Weber Â said Â he Â hopes Â the Â girls Â work Â on Â their Â game Â throughout Â the Â summer. Â â€œI Â expect Â there Â to Â be Â a Â lot Â of Â competition Â in Â the Â fall,â€? Â Weber Â said. Â â€œWe Â will Â see Â who Â can Â im-Â SURYH WKH PRVW DQG ÂżOO RXU WRS ÂżYHÂ´ No Â matter Â what, Â Hiltenbrand Â believes Â the Â program Â has Â greatly Â improved Â since Â she Â stepped Â on Â the Â campus Â as Â a Â freshman.
â€œOver Â the Â four Â years Â that Â I Â have Â been Â here, Â the Â drive Â to Â want Â to Â win Â has Â increased Â just Â because Â we Â see Â other Â sports, Â small Â sports Â and Â bigger Â sports, Â around Â us Â win-Â ning,â€? Â Hiltenbrand Â said. Â â€œWe Â want Â to Â be Â competitive Â on Â a Â na-Â tional Â level, Â and Â going Â forward, Â I Â think Â we Â have Â laid Â down Â the Â foundation Â for Â it.â€?
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match, Â UW-ÂEau Â Claire Â swept Â UW-ÂOshkosh, Â 9-Â0. Â doubles, Â but Â wound Â up Â on Â the Â Humphreys Â believes Â the Â winning Â end Â of Â eight Â of Â nine, Â de-Â WHDPÂśV FRQÂżGHQFH IURP WKHLU feating Â the Â Eagles, Â 8-Â1. Â conference Â title Â win Â will Â carry Â Bayliss Â earned Â her Â 29th Â sin-Â over Â to Â the Â postseason. gles Â victory Â of Â the Â season Â by Â de-Â Âł,WÂśVDELJFRQÂżGHQFHERRVWHU feating Â UW-ÂLâ€™s Â Olivia Â Hartwick, Â since Â weâ€™ve Â won Â [the Â WIAC Â title] Â 6-Â2, Â 6-Â0. Â Humphreys Â also Â won Â at Â so Â many Â times Â in Â a Â row,â€? Â Hum-Â No. Â 2 Â singles, Â 6-Â0, Â 6-Â2, Â extending Â phreys Â said. Â â€œ[Winning Â the Â title] Â her Â singles Â record Â to Â 33-Â5. shows Â that Â if Â everyone Â plays Â at Â â€œI Â put Â in Â 100 Â percent Â at Â prac-Â the Â highest Â of Â their Â abilities, Â we Â tice,â€? Â Humphreys Â said. Â â€œItâ€™s Â re-Â ZLOOEHPRUHFRQÂżGHQWDWWKH>' ally Â nice Â to Â have Â teammates Â who Â III] Â tournament.â€? push Â you Â to Â play Â your Â best Â all Â the Â The Â depth Â of Â this Â yearâ€™s Â team Â time.â€? could Â give Â the Â â€™Hawks Â an Â edge, Â The Â â€™Hawks Â especially Â in Â also Â won Â two Â early Â rounds. of Â three Â dou-Â â€œWeâ€™ve Â got Â bles Â matches Â some Â strength Â WÂśVDELJFRQÂżGHQFH in Â the Â cham-Â at Â the Â top, Â so Â we Â pionship. Â The Â ERRVWHUVLQFHZHÂśYH ZLOOKDYHWRÂżQG â€™Hawks Â No. Â 2 Â ZRQ>WKH:,$&WLWOH@ consistent Â spots Â doubles Â pairing Â VRPDQ\WLPHVLQDURZ in Â our Â lineup, Â of Â Humphreys Â at Â 0HJDQ+XPSKUH\V especially Â and Â Upthagrove Â No. Â 3, Â No.4 Â IUHVKPDQ defeated Â the Â and Â No. Â 5 Â [sin-Â Eaglesâ€™ Â Kimmy Â gles],â€? Â Barnes Â Mrozek Â and Â said. Bryanne Â Blan-Â The Â â€™Hawks Â ton, Â 8-Â2. Â Sophomore Â Erika Â Wil-Â will Â have Â to Â wait Â until Â next Â week Â liams Â and Â senior Â Jessica Â Vitale Â WR OHDUQ WKHLU ÂżUVW URXQG RSSR also Â picked Â up Â a Â win, Â recording Â a Â nent. Â According Â to Â the Â NCAA Â tight Â 9-Â7 Â victory Â at Â No. Â 3 Â doubles. ',,, ZRPHQÂśV WHQQLV ZHEVLWH The Â Eagles Â earned Â their Â lone Â this Â yearâ€™s Â non-Âautomatic Â team Â point Â at Â No. Â 1 Â doubles, Â when Â TXDOLÂżHUVZLOOEHDQQRXQFHG0D\ Hartwick Â and Â Abby Â Tresedder Â 5 Â at Â 6 Â p.m. Â Team Â championships Â defeated Â Bayliss Â and Â Jackie Â Vi-Â begin Â May Â 9. Â tale, Â 8-Â5. Â In Â the Â WIAC Â third Â place Â AltmanRC13@uww.edu
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Walmart Â Athletes Â of Â the Â Week Some, Â but Â not Â all Â of Â the Â ath-Â letes Â include: Â‡ Junior Â Mike Â Judd Â (110-Âme-Â ter Â hurdles), Â sophomore Â Eric Â Baber Â (Triple Â Jump) Â‡ 4x400 Â Relay Â Team Â junior Â %HWK 'UHLNRVHQ MXQLRU Brooke Â Linse, Â freshman Â Candace Â Wayne, Â sopho-Â more Â Â Lexie Â Sondgeroth Â
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