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Eating Â â€™Hawks disorders Â growing Â in Â US Â Â By Kevin Cunningham Asistant Â Sports Â Editor
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Nearly Â 20 Â million Â women Â and Â 10 Â million Â men Â will Â suffer Â from Â a Â ÂłFOLQLFDOO\ VLJQLÂżFDQWÂ´ HDWLQJ GLV order Â at Â some Â point Â in Â their Â lives, Â according Â to Â the Â National Â Eating Â Disorder Â Asso-Â ciation. Â Â Â Forty-Âtwo Â percent Â of Â girls Â LQ ÂżUVW WR WKLUG grade Â want Â to Â be Â thinner. Â Forty-Âsix Â percent Â of Â nine Â to Â Mallin 11-Âyear-Âold Â said Â WKH\ ÂłVRPHWLPHVÂ´ RU ÂłYHU\ RIWHQÂ´ diet. University Â Health Â and Â Coun-Â seling Â Services Â is Â preparing Â for Â National Â Eating Â Disorder Â Aware-Â ness Â Week Â to Â help Â bring Â awareness Â to Â this Â major Â health Â concern. 7KLV\HDUÂśVWKHPHIRU1('$: LVÂł(YHU\ERG\NQRZVVRPHERG\Â´ Âł:H ZDQW HYHU\ERG\ WR UHDO L]H \RX FDQÂśW WHOO MXVW E\ ORRNLQJ at Â someone Â if Â they Â have Â an Â eating Â disorder, Â they Â come Â in Â all Â shapes Â and Â sizes,â€? Â UHCS Â Psychiatrist Â Jill Â 0DOOLQVDLGÂł:HZDQWWRKHOSSHR ple Â recognize Â signs Â and Â symptoms Â
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Coming Â into Â the Â WIAC Â tour-Â QDPHQW WKH :DUKDZNV ZRPHQÂśV basketball Â team Â is Â the Â No. Â 1 Â seed Â and Â has Â won Â eight Â straight Â games. Â After Â a Â 66-Â60 Â win Â Saturday Â over Â 8:5LYHU )DOOV WKH Âś+DZNV currently Â have Â the Â longest Â win-Â ning Â streak Â in Â the Â conference Â and Â are Â ranked Â No. Â 20 Â in Â the Â latest Â D3hoops.com Â top-Â25 Â poll. Âł:HZRQFRQIHUHQFHVRHYHU\ team Â is Â going Â to Â give Â us Â their Â best Â game,â€? Â fresh-Â man Â forward Â Lisa Â Palmer Â said. Â Âł:HÂśYH ZRQ eight Â in Â a Â row Â IRU WKH ÂżUVW WLPH Carollo in Â school Â history, Â VRWKLVZDVDUHDOO\ELJFRQÂżGHQFH booster Â heading Â into Â the Â WIAC Â tournament.â€? Being Â the Â No. Â 1 Â seed Â in Â the Â tournament Â means Â several Â things Â IRU WKH Âś+DZNV $V ORQJ DV WKH team Â wins, Â they Â will Â continue Â to Â play Â games Â at Â home Â through-Â out Â the Â tournament. Â The Â WIAC Â tournament Â is Â a Â six-Âteam Â playing Â ÂżHOG VR WKH WRS WZR WHDPV 8: Whitewater Â and Â UW-ÂOshkosh, Â UHFHLYHÂżUVWURXQGE\HV7KLVVHWV up Â matchups Â between Â No. Â 3 Â UW-Â Stevens Â Point Â against Â No. Â 6 Â UW-Â Eau Â Claire Â and Â No. Â 4 Â UW-ÂSuperi-Â or Â against Â No. Â 5 Â UW-ÂRiver Â Falls. Being Â the Â No. Â 1 Â seed Â in Â the Â
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tournament Â also Â puts Â the Â target Â on Â WKH Âś+DZNVÂś EDFNV ,WÂśV HDV\ IRU teams Â to Â see Â how Â players Â like Â Kai-Â tlyn Â Thill Â and Â Cortney Â Kumerow Â are Â dominant Â on Â the Â court. Â Op-Â posing Â coaches Â will Â have Â plenty Â of Â opportunities Â to Â be Â the Â under-Â dog Â when Â they Â play Â the Â No. Â 1 Â seed Â and Â look Â to Â prove Â everybody Â wrong. Â No Â matter Â what Â team Â it Â is, Â there Â will Â be Â no Â reason Â for Â a Â team Â to Â come Â to Â UW-ÂWhitewater Â and Â overlook Â the Â nationally Â ranked Â Warhawks. Â When Â No. Â 3 Â UW-ÂStevens Â Point Â hosts Â No. Â 6 Â UW-ÂEau Â Claire Â on Â Wednesday, Â expect Â to Â see Â the Â home Â team Â come Â out Â victori-Â Palmer ous. Â The Â Pointers Â have Â played Â the Â Blugolds Â twice Â this Â season Â and Â have Â won Â both Â matchups. Â The Â Pointers Â come Â into Â WKLV PDWFKXS WLHG IRU ÂżUVW LQ WKH conference Â with Â UW-ÂWhitewater Â in Â points Â per Â game, Â averaging Â /HDGLQJ WKH 3RLQWHUVÂś RI fensive Â attack Â is Â senior Â guard Â Sam Â Barber. Â Barber Â is Â the Â top Â scorer Â in Â the Â WIAC, Â averaging Â 18.7 Â points Â and Â 7.4 Â rebounds Â per Â game. Â Ex-Â pect Â the Â 5-Âfoot-Â9-Âinch Â guard Â to Â dominate Â the Â game Â both Â scoring-Â wise Â and Â on Â the Â glass. 7KHRWKHUÂżUVWURXQGPDWFKXS pits Â No. Â 4 Â UW-ÂSuperior Â against Â
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Final Â donations Â made Â to Â â€˜Treyton Â Kilarâ€™s Â Field Â of Â Dreamsâ€™ Â By Amy Smith Staff Â Writer
By Samantha Jacquest News Â Editor
Six-Âyear-Âold Â Treyton Â Kilar Â was Â killed Â by Â a Â drunk Â driver Â Sept. Â 2, Â 2010 Â at Â the Â intersection Â of Â Highway Â 20 Â and Â County Â N Â near Â East Â Troy. Â In Â remembrance Â of Â their Â son, Â who Â was Â a Â baseball Â fanatic, Â the Â Kilar Â family Â made Â plans Â for Â the Â construction Â of Â a Â EDVHEDOOÂżHOGWLWOHGÂł7UH\WRQ.LODUÂśV Field Â of Â Dreamsâ€?. 0DU\ .LODU 7UH\WRQÂśV PRWKHU was Â a Â two-Âtime Â All-ÂAmerican Â vol-Â leyball Â player Â during Â her Â time Â as Â a Â UW-ÂWhitewater Â student. Â She Â later Â became Â the Â assistant Â coach Â of Â the Â Whitewater Â High Â School Â volleyball Â team. Â She Â is Â now Â principal Â of Â St. Â
John Â the Â Baptist Â in Â Jefferson. With Â close Â ties Â to Â the Â Whitewa-Â ter Â community, Â the Â family Â reached Â out Â for Â help Â in Â their Â endeavor Â to Â con-Â VWUXFWDFRPPXQLW\EDVHEDOOÂżHOG After Â years Â of Â fundraising Â and Â support Â from Â the Â community, Â the Â IDPLO\ KDV ÂżQDOO\ reached Â its Â goal Â of Â $475,000 Â to Â build Â WKHÂżHOG Mary Kilar On Â Jan. Â 17, Â 2012, Â Golden Â State Â Foods Â Foun-Â dation Â made Â a Â $50,000 Â donation, Â ZKLFKSXWWKH.LODUÂśVZLWKLQ of Â their Â goal. Â Âł0LNH 0DU\ DQG , WDONHG YHU\ candidly Â about Â the Â vision Â for Â the Â fu-Â ture Â and Â their Â big Â fear Â was Â not Â allow-Â
ing Â his Â memory Â to Â ever Â diminish Â in Â our Â hearts,â€? Â said Â Wayne Â Luter, Â Gen-Â eral Â Manager Â of Â the Â GSF Â Whitewater Â distribution Â center, Â in Â a Â January Â press Â UHOHDVHÂł:HPDGHWKDWSURPLVHWKDW we Â would Â not Â allow Â that Â to Â happen Â as Â long Â as Â our Â Foundation Â was Â here, Â and Â we Â were Â part Â of Â the Â Whitewater Â community.â€? After Â Golden Â State Â Foods Â closed Â WKH JDS 0DU\ .LODUÂśV DXQW DQG XQ cle, Â Cindy Â and Â Stan Â Jaskolski Â made Â WKHÂżQDOGRQDWLRQRI 7KH GRQDWLRQ ÂłFDPH DV D FRP SOHWHVXUSULVHÂ´0DU\VDLGÂł0\KXV band Â and Â I Â received Â a Â phone Â call Â one Â night, Â and Â it Â was Â very Â emotional. Â A Â lot Â of Â tears Â were Â shed.â€? Â Mary Â said Â her Â aunt Â and Â uncle Â have Â participated Â in Â many Â of Â the Â fun-Â GUDLVLQJHYHQWVDQGÂłKDYHEHHQYHU\
supportiveâ€? Â of Â their Â efforts. Â Âł,WÂśV NLQG RI KDUG WR SXW LQWR words,â€? Â Mary Â said Â of Â her Â reaction Â to Â WKHÂżQDOGRQDWLRQ Mary Â and Â her Â husband Â said Â their Â greatest Â fear Â was Â that Â the Â project Â would Â lose Â momentum. Âł$VSHRSOHVÂśOLYHVFRQWLQXHLWLV still Â something Â very Â close Â to Â my Â hus-Â band Â and Â I,â€? Â she Â said. Â 0DU\ VDLG VKH LV ÂłKXPEOHGÂ´ by Â the Â support Â the Â community Â of Â Whitewater Â has Â shown. Â The Â family Â was Â especially Â touched Â by Â the Â sup-Â port Â of Â students Â at Â UW-ÂWhitewater. Âł7KHZD\WKHXQLYHUVLW\VWXGHQWV have Â reached Â out Â is Â just Â something Â special Â about Â UW-ÂWhitewater,â€? Â 0DU\VDLGÂł6WXGHQWVQHHGWREHVR proud. Â It Â really Â has Â touched Â us.â€? Â Mary Â said Â as Â a Â college Â student Â
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she Â was Â not Â nearly Â as Â aware Â of Â the Â community Â around Â her, Â and Â she Â wanted Â to Â say Â thank Â you Â for Â the Â com-Â passion Â UW-ÂWhitewater Â students Â have Â shown Â her Â family. Â Though Â the Â initial Â goal Â of Â $475,000 Â has Â been Â reached, Â Mary Â said Â they Â are Â still Â fundraising. Â That Â money Â will Â pay Â for Â the Â 220 Â to Â 225 Â IRRW\RXWKVL]HGÂżHOGZLWKDUWLÂżFLDO turf, Â concrete Â dugouts, Â fencing Â and Â construction Â stands, Â but Â they Â said Â they Â would Â still Â like Â to Â raise Â enough Â money Â for Â lighting Â and Â a Â pavilion. Â &RQVWUXFWLRQ RI WKH ÂżHOG LV planned Â for Â this Â spring, Â weather Â permitting. Â Mary Â said Â the Â family Â would Â like Â to Â hold Â a Â groundbreaking Â ceremony Â that Â would Â be Â something Â
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New position offers behavioral screening UHCS Â now Â offers Â intervention Â services Â to Â students By Lexi Fischer Staff Â Writer
University Â Health Â Center Â Â & Â Counseling Â Services Â will Â now Â be Â offering Â behavioral Â screening Â and Â intervention Â services Â (BSI) Â which Â helps Â reduce Â binge Â drink-Â ing, Â drug Â abuse Â and Â improve Â de-Â pression. Â UHCS Â Health Â Service Â Direc-Â tor Â Ruth Â Swisher Â said Â she Â is Â con-Â ÂżGHQW LQ WKH HI fectiveness Â and Â value Â this Â new Â program Â will Â bring Â to Â stu-Â dents Â on Â cam-Â Swisher pus. Â Swisher Â said Â there Â is Â no Â additional Â cost Â to Â students;Íž Â it Â is Â included Â in Â their Â health Â service Â program. The Â University Â became Â aware Â of Â this Â program Â more Â than Â a Â year Â ago Â and Â was Â very Â impressed Â by Â the Â presenta-Â tion Â and Â how Â it Â is Â data Â driven. â€œWe Â are Â ex-Â tremely Â happy,â€? Â Swisher Â said. Â Boaz â€œOur Â students Â will Â be Â able Â to Â have Â additional Â support Â in Â dealing Â with Â health Â behaviors Â that Â could Â have Â nega-Â tive Â impacts Â on Â them Â here Â on Â campus.â€? Swisher Â said Â UW-ÂWhitewater Â is Â very Â fortunate Â to Â have Â two Â new Â Clinical Â Health Â Educators, Â Jenni-Â fer Â Boaz Â and Â Beth Â Champion, Â to Â
assist Â students Â on Â campus Â to Â bet-Â ter Â their Â lives. Â Boaz Â and Â Champion Â went Â through Â two-Âweeks Â of Â intensive Â training Â at Â UW-ÂMadison Â through Â the Â Wisconsin Â Initiative Â To Â Pro-Â mote Â Healthy Â Lifestyles. Boaz Â and Â Champion Â meet Â with Â patients Â who Â screen Â posi-Â tive Â for Â unhealthy Â lifestyles Â and Â execute Â further Â evaluations Â to Â deliver Â recommendations Â of Â life-Â VW\OHPRGLÂżFDWLRQ â€œWeâ€™ve Â had Â really Â great Â re-Â sponses Â from Â prior Â patients,â€? Â Boaz Â said. Â â€œFor Â the Â most Â part, Â everyone Â has Â been Â very Â recep-Â tive.â€? Â Â According Â to Â Champion, Â the Â sessions Â are Â very Â Champion EULHIDQGÂżWHDV ily Â into Â college Â studentâ€™s Â sched-Â ules. Â â€œItâ€™s Â whatever Â you Â want Â to Â get Â out Â of Â this Â experience,â€? Â Boaz Â said. Boaz Â and Â Champion Â act Â as Â leaders Â to Â help Â students Â make Â the Â changes Â they Â want Â to Â make Â in Â their Â lives. Â They Â said Â it Â is Â a Â very Â collaborative, Â non-Âthreatening Â process Â students Â should Â take Â if Â they Â want Â to Â make Â better, Â health-Â ier Â choices. â€œItâ€™s Â been Â great Â seeing Â people Â walk Â out Â with Â maybe Â a Â little Â bit Â more Â motivation Â to Â make Â those Â healthy Â changes,â€? Â Champion Â said. Â For Â more Â information, Â visit Â UHCS Â in Â Ambrose Â Health Â Center Â or Â visit Â WIPHL.org. FischerAA11@uww.edu
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and Â know Â what Â to Â do Â if Â you Â have Â a Â friend Â who Â has Â an Â eating Â disorder.â€? NEDAW Â will Â occur Â on Â campus Â from Â Feb. Â 25 Â to Â March Â 1. Â Events Â include Â a Â documentary Â called Â â€œMissrepresentationâ€? Â at Â 7 Â p.m. Â on Â Feb. Â 25 Â in Â Summers Â Auditorium, Â a Â live Â Twitter Â chat Â from Â 1 Â to Â 3 Â p.m. Â on Â Feb. Â 26 Â and Â a Â presentation Â from Â Dietician Â Karen Â Woodland Â at Â 7 Â p.m. Â on Â Feb. Â 27 Â in Â the Â Univsersity Â Center Â Room Â 259B. â€œItâ€™s Â a Â designated Â week Â for Â people Â all Â across Â the Â nation, Â re-Â JDUGOHVV RI WKHLU DIÂżOLDWLRQ ZLWK D university, Â hospital Â or Â church, Â to Â do Â anything Â that Â promotes Â awareness Â that Â eating Â disor-Â ders Â do Â exist Â and Â that Â they Â are Â very Â dangerous,â€? Â Mal-Â lin Â said. Recent Â trends Â in Â eating Â disor-Â ders Â have Â con-Â Zambrowicz tributed Â to Â this Â yearâ€™s Â theme. Â Mallin Â said Â eating Â GLVRUGHUV KDYH VSUHDG VLJQLÂżFDQW O\ WR HYHU\ UDFH DQG IRU WKH ÂżUVW time Â in Â history, Â the Â number Â of Â men Â seeking Â treatment Â is Â growing Â faster Â than Â women. Holli Â Zambrowicz, Â a Â graduate Â assistant Â working Â at Â UHCS, Â said Â media Â contributes Â to Â both Â male Â and Â female Â eating Â disorders Â more Â so Â than Â in Â the Â past. â€œThe Â ideals Â of Â beauty Â have Â gotten Â stricter,â€? Â Zambrowicz Â said. Â â€œWe Â donâ€™t Â really Â see Â a Â lot Â of Â variety Â in Â the Â media, Â and Â when Â youâ€™re Â con-Â stantly Â seeing Â the Â same Â messages, Â
that Â becomes Â the Â norm. Â It Â can Â af-Â fect Â how Â you Â feel Â about Â yourself Â and Â what Â you Â think Â you Â should Â be.â€? Zambrowicz Â said Â the Â goal Â of Â NEDAW Â on Â campus Â is Â to Â raise Â awareness Â for Â eating Â disorders. Â Â The Â event Â is Â aimed Â at Â informing Â people Â who Â may Â have Â an Â eating Â disorder Â and Â for Â people Â who Â may Â have Â a Â friend Â who Â has Â an Â eating Â disorder Â and Â what Â to Â do Â in Â that Â situ-Â ation. Â â€œDeep Â down Â someone Â may Â know Â thereâ€™s Â a Â problem Â but Â they Â donâ€™t Â want Â to Â acknowledge Â it,â€? Â Zambrowicz Â said. Â â€œIt Â may Â take Â someone Â else Â to Â say Â something Â be-Â fore Â they Â will Â actually Â admit Â it.â€? Mallin Â and Â other Â counselors Â at Â UHCS Â offer Â free Â counseling Â ser-Â vices Â to Â students. Â The Â process Â of Â treating Â someone Â with Â an Â eating Â disorder Â is Â for Â one Â of Â the Â counsel-Â ors Â to Â evaluate Â a Â client, Â send Â them Â to Â health Â services Â to Â make Â sure Â the Â disorder Â has Â not Â harmed Â them Â physically, Â then Â they Â are Â sent Â to Â see Â DQXWULWLRQLVWRQFDPSXVDQGÂżQDOO\ they Â are Â prescribed Â any Â medication Â needed. If Â the Â medication Â is Â not Â work-Â ing Â or Â there Â have Â not Â been Â any Â improvements Â with Â counseling Â services, Â a Â client Â may Â be Â sent Â to Â an Â off-Âcampus Â facility Â for Â more Â inten-Â sive Â care. Â â€œItâ€™s Â a Â very Â gentle Â process,â€? Â Zambrowicz Â said. Â â€œYou Â can Â bring Â an Â eating Â disorder Â to Â someoneâ€™s Â at-Â tention, Â but Â that Â doesnâ€™t Â mean Â they Â want Â to Â do Â anything Â about Â it.â€? -DFTXHVW6/#XZZHGX
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Campus Briefs Careers Â in Â Retail Â Expo Â From Â 5 Â to Â 8 Â p.m. Â Feb Â 26, Â in Â the Â University Â Center Â Hamilton Â Room, Â Kohlâ€™s Â and Â Center Â & Â Leadership Â Development Â will Â be Â presenting Â an Â event Â that Â shows Â there Â are Â many Â jobs Â for Â all Â ma-Â jors Â in Â the Â Retail Â business. Â Kohlâ€™s Â Corporate Â Vice Â Presi-Â dent Â Wes Â McDonald Â will Â speak Â about Â the Â retail Â industry Â and Â ca-Â reer Â consultant, Â Susan Â Caplan, Â will Â also Â speak Â about Â developing Â your Â personal Â brand. Â Â Â 7KH ÂżUVW VWXGHQWV ZLOO receive Â a Â copy Â of Â Susan Â Caplanâ€™s Â book, Â â€œMarketing Â Yourself Â to Â the Â Real Â World.â€?
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Trey special Â for Â the Â community, Â the Â uni-Â versity Â students Â and Â all Â contributors. Â â€œWithout Â this Â community, Â we Â would Â have Â been Â lost, Â devastated Â and Â alone,â€? Â Mary Â said Â at Â a Â press Â con-Â ference Â in Â January. Â â€œBecause Â of Â this Â donation Â and Â the Â generosity Â of Â so Â PDQ\WKLVÂżHOGZLOOEHEXLOW,WZLOO be Â built Â in Â honor Â of Â all Â those Â lost Â to Â destruction, Â it Â will Â be Â built Â as Â a Â gift Â to Â our Â youth Â to Â continue Â to Â dream Â as Â Treyton Â did, Â and Â it Â will Â be Â built Â and Â represent Â this Â wonderful Â community Â ÂżOOHGZLWKRUJDQL]DWLRQVDQGSHRSOH like Â you Â that Â believe Â in Â creating Â a Â better Â world Â and Â giving Â back Â to Â peo-Â ple Â who Â need Â you Â most.â€? Â Even Â though Â the Â Kilar Â family Â has Â reached Â their Â goal Â for Â the Â baseball Â ÂżHOG FRPPXQLW\ PHPEHUV DUH VWLOO donating Â toward Â the Â cause. The Â annual Â event, Â Run Â for Â Trey, Â is Â scheduled Â for Â Oct. Â 13 Â and Â a Â few Â other Â projects Â are Â in Â the Â works Â in-Â
Continued Â from Â page Â 1 cluding, Â two Â different Â fundraising Â kickball Â tournaments. Senior Â Kyle Â Wagner Â is Â an Â intern Â for Â the Â City Â of Â Whitewater Â Parks Â and Â Rec. Â Department Â and Â is Â holding Â one Â of Â the Â kickball Â tournaments Â to Â raise Â PRQH\IRUWKHÂżHOG.LFNLWIRU7UH\ will Â be Â at Â 10 Â a.m. Â on Â April Â 13 Â at Â Sta-Â rin Â Park. Participants Â pay Â $15, Â which Â cov-Â ers Â entrance Â into Â the Â tournament, Â a Â T-Âshirt Â and Â lunch. Â All Â of Â the Â pro-Â FHHGVZLOOEHQHÂżW7UH\WRQÂśV)LHOGRI Dreams. Âł, KDYH FORVH IULHQGV ZKR ZHUH FRXVLQV ZLWK 7UH\ VR , KDYH EHHQ following Â the Â development Â of Â the Â ÂżHOGVLQFHKLVGHDWKÂ´:DJQHUVDLG Âł2QFH , KDG WKH RSSRUWXQLW\ WR SXW RQDQHYHQW,ZDQWHGWRGRWKLVÂ´ 7OV[VZ\ITP[[LK
Mary and Mike Kilar (center) accept a $50,000 donation from Golden State Foods Foundation to â€œTreyton Kilarâ€™s Field of +YLHTZÂšHSP[[SLSLHN\LIHZLIHSSĂ„LSKPUTLTVY`VM[OLPYZVU;YL`[VU^OV^HZRPSSLKI`HKY\URKYP]LYPU4HY`2PSHYÂťZ H\U[HUK\UJSLKVUH[LKHUV[OLY^OPJOW\[[OLMHTPS`H[P[ZNVHSVM[VZ[HY[JVUZ[Y\J[PVUVU[OLĂ„LSK
Police Report Adogamhe, Â Paul Â G., Â 63 Operation Â of Â Motor Â Vehicle Â with Â Suspended Â Registration 02/13/2013 Â
Dawson, Â Tequilla Â M., Â 26 )DLOXUH WR<LHOG:KLOH 0DNLQJ Left Â Turn 02/11/2013
Jarrett, Â Brianne Â A., Â 21 Speed Â Exceeded Â Posted Â Limits Â 02/17/2013
Temte, Â Nicholas Â A., Â 19 Underage Â Consumption Â 02/15/2013
Blanchard, Â Exavier Â M., Â 22 Non-ÂRegistration Â of Â Motor Â Ve-Â hicle Â 02/13/2013
Hansen, Â Erik Â H., Â 19 Underage Â Consumption Â 02/15/2013
Smith, Â Brandon Â J., Â 18 Underage Â Consumption, Â Pos-Â session Â of Â Drug Â Paraphernalia 02/15/2013
Ulbrich, Â Christopher Â W., Â 24 Speed Â Exceeded Â Posted Â Limits Â 02/13/2013
Hilgenburg, Â Charissa Â H., Â 18 Speed Â Exceeded Â Posted Â Limits Â 02/15/2013
Solofra, Â Ryan Â J., Â 19 Underage Â Consumption Â 02/15/2013
VanCamp, Â Trevor Â K., Â 19 Â Underage Â Consumption Â 02/15/2013
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Student WEA Interviews with Exceptional Teachers By Chelsea Spatola
â€œFind a way to reach them, with all the things pulling them in different directionsâ€Ś itâ€™s a delicate balanceâ€? is a major piece of advice that Daniel Shimon offered Student WEA during his interview. Mr. Shimon, a World Literature and Composition teacher at Tremper High School in Kenosha, originally attended college in pursuit of a law enforcement occupation. After working as a police officer and as a Kenosha Deputy Sheriff, Shimon was injured on the job. Mr. Shimon realized then that â€œwhen they are calling you [for help], it really is too lateâ€?. He thought that he could help people more effectively as a teacher than as a police officer because, as a teacher, he could reach them before they got to the point where the law had to be involved. With his fatherâ€™s assistance, Mr. Shimon realized that he has always had a passion for storytelling and English. He then decided to return to school to become a high school English teacher. Mr. Shimon has been teaching since January, 2002.
Why do you teach? Mr. Shimon teaches because he wants his students to â€œshare experiences, connect those experiences to other human beings, [and gain] insight into what [high school students] can look forward toâ€?. In addition, he fervently desires for his students to realize that â€œthe experiences of people are the same. Everybody is different, but human beings are mostly similar. We are more the same than differentâ€?. His main goal in teaching is for his students to obtain a â€œglobal-mindset [which leads to] global-realizationâ€?.
Do you have any advice for future English educators or secondary education? â€œIt is imperative to teach [high school English] without compartmented lessons into sectionsâ€? is something that Mr. Shimon stressed when asked this question. He said that â€œeverything is mixed together: grammar, vocabulary, spelling, writing, and literatureâ€?. Mr. Shimon mentioned how a teacher cannot just have a lesson on vocabulary and then another one on literature, but rather it is an â€œintegration of all the language artsâ€?. In addition, teachers should always remember that students are always going through different situations. If something should arise in a studentâ€™s personal or academic life, Shimon recommends, â€œDonâ€™t lower standards. Instead, have the students produce a product that demonstrates their knowledge [in a different way]â€?. Moreover, always â€œremember that everybody has a different situation, and be flexible with their needs and situationsâ€?.
The next Student WEA meeting is February 11th, 2013 at 6 pm in UC 261! See you there! Blog
â€œWhat Â the Â mind Â of Â a Â man Â can Â conceive Â and Â believe, Â it Â can Â achieve.â€? Â -ÂNapoleon Â Hill
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National organization to move headquarters to Hyland Hall Campus Â wins Â tight Â bid Â to Â host Â small-Âbusiness Â DVVRFLDWLRQRIÂżFH By Connell Patterson Staff Â Writer
UW-ÂWhitewater Â was Â recently Â chosen Â as Â the Â new Â location Â for Â the Â headquarters Â of Â the Â United Â States Â Association Â for Â Small Â Business Â and Â Entrepreneurship. Â Â Assistant Â professor Â of Â the Â Man-Â agement Â Department Â from Â the Â Col-Â lege Â of Â Business Â and Â Economics, Â Jeff Â Vanevenhoven Â said Â this Â move Â â€œchanges Â the Â pro-Â ÂżOH RI WKH XQLYHU sityâ€™s Â representa-Â tion Â in Â the Â area Â of Â Vanevenhoven entrepreneurship Â and Â business Â development.â€? Â According Â to Â the Â associationâ€™s Â website, Â the Â Chair Â of Â the Â Site Â Select Â Committee, Â Pat Â Dickson, Â released Â a Â statement Â regarding Â UW-ÂWhitewa-Â terâ€™s Â selection Â of Â the Â new Â headquar-Â ters Â saying Â that Â the Â USASBE Â site Â selection Â committee Â unanimously Â recommended Â the Â University Â of Â Wisconsin-ÂWhitewater Â to Â be Â the Â host Â site Â for Â the Â organization Â based Â on Â the Â strong Â commitment Â that Â UW-ÂW Â and Â the Â whole Â community Â has Â made Â to Â Â focus Â on Â entrepreneurship. Â Dickson Â also Â said, Â â€œAlthough Â one Â of Â a Â number Â of Â strong Â proposals Â submitted, Â UW-ÂW Â rose Â to Â the Â top Â be-Â cause Â of Â the Â enthusiasm Â and Â clear Â fo-Â cus Â for Â creating Â the Â next Â generation Â of Â entrepreneurs Â that Â the Â committee Â saw.â€? Â The Â national Â organizationâ€™s Â mis-Â sion Â statement Â has Â a Â focus Â on Â provid-Â ing Â a Â network Â to Â advance Â knowledge Â and Â foster Â business Â development Â through Â entrepreneurship Â education Â and Â research. Â Having Â an Â organization Â like Â this Â on Â campus, Â some Â of Â the Â faculty Â in Â the Â School Â of Â Business Â and Â Economics Â said Â they Â look Â forward Â to Â the Â over-Â Ă€RZ RI LQIRUPDWLRQ WKDW ZLOO EH DF cessible.
Â â€œEntrepreneurship Â is Â a Â trait,â€? Â Vanevenhoven Â said. Â â€œIf Â itâ€™s Â a Â trait, Â it Â can Â be Â taught, Â then Â it Â can Â be Â learned, Â and Â if Â we Â can Â learn Â it, Â we Â can Â do Â it,â€? Â Â The Â headquarters Â at Â UW-ÂWhite-Â water Â also Â might Â allow Â for Â student Â RUJDQL]DWLRQJURZWKVSHFLÂżFDOO\WKH Student Â Chamber Â of Â Commerce. Â This Â act, Â in Â which Â the Â university Â was Â chosen Â in Â a Â tight Â bidding Â war Â for Â the Â location, Â shows Â the Â growth Â and Â rising Â potential Â in Â the Â area Â of Â small Â business Â and Â entrepreneurship Â here Â on Â campus, Â Vanevenhoven Â said. Â Â â€œThere Â was Â a Â very Â competitive Â selection Â process, Â and Â we Â were Â selected Â over Â a Â group Â of Â insti-Â tutions Â that Â is Â really Â recognizable,â€? Â said Â William Â Dougan, Â a Â professor Â of Â En-Â trepreneurship Â and Â Clements Management Â from Â the Â School Â of Â Business Â and Â Econom-Â ics. 7KHUH DUH EHQHÂżWV WKDW WKH DVVR ciation Â will Â bring Â to Â you, Â even Â if Â one Â is Â not Â a Â business Â or Â entrepreneurship Â majors, Â Vanevenhoven Â said. Â Â â€œIt Â can Â affect Â all Â students,â€? Â Vanevenhoven Â said. Â â€œWe Â have Â larger Â student Â groups Â who Â have Â the Â concept Â of Â business, Â and Â this Â association Â with Â USASBE Â will Â help Â students Â be Â bet-Â ter Â informed Â on Â how Â to Â have Â more Â meaningful Â businesses.â€? Â Vanevenhoven Â also Â commented Â on Â the Â increased Â awareness Â of Â the Â university Â at Â a Â national Â level Â as Â a Â result Â of Â housing Â the Â USASBE Â head-Â quarters. Â â€œThis Â association Â brings Â addi-Â tional Â visibility Â to Â this Â campus, Â and Â the Â association Â with Â UW-ÂWhitewater Â will Â help Â increase Â national Â awareness Â of Â the Â strength Â of Â our Â entrepreneur-Â ship Â and Â business Â program,â€? Â said Â Christine Â Clements, Â dean Â of Â the Â col-Â lege Â of Â Business Â and Â Economics. 7KH DVVRFLDWLRQÂśV RIÂżFH KHDG quarters Â will Â be Â in Â the Â Center Â for Â In-Â novation Â and Â Development, Â on Â the Â ÂżUVWĂ€RRURI+\ODQG+DOO$FFRUGLQJ to Â its Â website, Â the Â expected Â arrival Â date Â is Â between Â April Â and Â May. PattersoCL08@uww.edu
â€œGive Â a Â man Â health Â and Â a Â course Â to Â steer, Â and Â heâ€™ll Â never Â stop Â to Â trouble Â about Â whether Â heâ€™s Â happy Â or Â not.â€? Â -ÂGeorge Â Bernard Â Shaw
WEDNESDAY February Â 20, Â 2013
Opinion Â Editor: Abbie Â Reetz
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Healthy Â choices Â deserve Â support Royal Purple Editorial Â Staff Â Opinion
According Â to Â the Â American Â Heart Â As-Â sociation, Â 149.3 Â million Â Americans Â over Â the Â age Â of Â 20 Â were Â overweight Â or Â obese Â in Â 2012. With Â statistics Â like Â that, Â it Â comes Â as Â no Â surprise Â that Â more Â fad Â diet Â plans Â and Â ex-Â ercise Â programs Â have Â popped Â up Â in Â recent Â years. Â People Â are Â exchanging Â carbohydrates Â for Â â€œsuper Â fruitsâ€? Â and Â spending Â upwards Â of Â $100 Â for Â DVD Â exercise Â programs, Â hop-Â ing Â these Â changes Â will Â help Â them Â achieve Â a Â healthy Â weight. (YHQ WKRXJK LW PD\ EH GLIÂżFXOW IRU some Â to Â understand Â why Â people Â subscribe Â to Â seemingly Â crazy Â or Â over-Âthe-Âtop Â diet Â and Â exercise Â programs, Â students Â should Â support Â each Â other Â in Â healthy Â lifestyle Â decisions. Exercise Â and Â a Â healthy Â diet Â are Â two Â key Â players Â in Â leading Â a Â healthy Â life. Â By Â work-Â ing Â out Â and Â eating Â a Â variety Â of Â fruits, Â vege-Â tables, Â grains Â and Â proteins, Â someone Â could Â see Â positive Â changes Â such Â as Â weight Â loss Â and Â lower Â blood Â pressure. Diet Â and Â exercise Â programs Â are Â typical-Â ly Â designed Â to Â combine Â a Â variety Â of Â work-Â RXW WHFKQLTXHV ZLWK D YHU\ VSHFLÂżF PHDO plan Â to Â help Â users Â lose Â weight Â and Â gain Â muscle Â in Â a Â healthy Â way. Some Â exercise Â systems Â and Â diet Â plans Â get Â a Â bad Â reputation Â of Â being Â ineffective Â or Â
a Â waste Â of Â money Â even Â though Â they Â may Â work Â well Â for Â some Â people. Â If Â followed Â correctly, Â one Â person Â may Â achieve Â great Â results Â from Â a Â program Â some-Â one Â else Â deems Â useless. Something Â people Â should Â keep Â in Â mind Â before Â judging Â someone Â for Â the Â diet Â or Â exercis Â regimen Â they Â follow Â is Â this: Â One Â VSHFLÂżF SURJUDP GRHVQÂśW DOZD\V ZRUN IRU everyone. Â Each Â person Â has Â different Â needs Â and Â abilities, Â so Â a Â diet Â that Â works Â well Â for Â one Â person Â might Â not Â work Â for Â someone Â else Â at Â all. Because Â of Â this, Â students Â should Â not Â automatically Â jump Â to Â the Â conclusion Â that Â someone Â else Â is Â following Â a Â useless Â diet Â or Â exercise Â plan. Â If Â one Â person Â wants Â to Â try Â the Â P90X Â ÂżWQHVVSURJUDPRUWKH3DOHRGLHWDQGWKH\ are Â getting Â healthy Â results, Â the Â only Â thing Â that Â should Â matter Â is Â that Â they Â are Â getting Â healthier Â in Â a Â way Â that Â works Â for Â them. At Â the Â same Â time, Â people Â who Â have Â had Â success Â with Â one Â particular Â exercise Â plan Â or Â diet Â program Â should Â not Â try Â to Â force Â it Â on Â others. Â Not Â only Â might Â the Â plan Â that Â worked Â for Â them Â not Â work Â for Â the Â friends Â they Â try Â to Â recruit, Â but Â they Â might Â end Â up Â unneces-Â sarily Â insulting Â someone Â by Â telling Â them Â they Â have Â to Â join Â the Â latest Â diet Â or Â exercise Â craze.
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But Â there Â is Â a Â difference Â between Â adopt-Â ing Â a Â healthier Â lifestyle Â and Â creating Â an Â eat-Â ing Â disorder. If Â someone Â begins Â exercising Â more Â and Â eating Â better Â in Â a Â healthy Â way, Â they Â should Â be Â supported Â instead Â of Â criticized Â or Â judged. However, Â people Â who Â are Â concerned Â that Â a Â friend Â or Â fellow Â student Â is Â attempting Â to Â lose Â weight Â in Â an Â unhealthy Â way Â should Â rightly Â try Â to Â get Â them Â help. It Â can Â be Â tough Â to Â alter Â an Â unhealthy Â lifestyle Â in Â favor Â of Â a Â healthier Â one. Â Habits Â such Â as Â eating Â junk Â food Â and Â sitting Â on Â the Â
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WEDNESDAY February Â 20, Â 2013
â€œTell Â me Â what Â you Â eat, Â and Â I Â will Â tell Â you Â who Â you Â are.â€?
Lifestyle Â Editor: Abbey Â Bowen
Â -ÂJean Â Anthelme Â Brillat-ÂSavarin PAGE Â 7
Chartwells Â makes Â healthy Â eating Â easy Â By Cassandra Schenck Staff Â Writer
Many Â college Â students Â generally Â struggle Â to Â keep Â a Â healthy Â diet Â with Â their Â on-Âthe-Âgo Â lifestyles. Â Â Â The Â UW-ÂWhitewater Â Din-Â ing Â Services Â in Â partnership Â with Â Chartwells Â will Â continue Â to Â im-Â prove Â its Â servic-Â es Â to Â encourage Â healthy Â eating Â for Â students Â on Â campus. Â Â C h a r t w e l l s Â recently Â added Â a Â Rakowiecki nutritional Â kiosk Â in Â Esker Â Dining Â Hall, Â partnering Â Â ZLWKÂżWFRP Â Marketing Â director Â for Â UW-Â Whitewater Â Dining Â Services Â in Â partnership Â with Â Chartwells, Â Ann Â Rakowiecki, Â said Â she Â encourages Â students Â who Â eat Â in Â the Â dining Â halls Â on Â campus Â to Â check Â out Â the Â nutrition Â facts Â in Â the Â food Â by Â us-Â ing Â the Â new Â kiosk. Â Â Students Â can Â use Â this Â touch Â screen Â kiosk Â to Â scroll Â through Â the Â food Â served Â at Â the Â dining Â hall. Â It Â shows Â nutrition Â facts Â and Â allows Â students Â to Â leave Â comments. Â The Â kiosk Â is Â not Â limited Â to Â only Â the Â food Â served Â at Â Esker Â Dining Â Hall, Â but Â also Â to Â other Â din-Â ing Â facilities Â on Â campus Â such Â as Â Uno Â Due Â Go, Â UC Â Graham Â Street Â CafĂŠ, Â Library Â Food Â for Â Thought Â
and Â others, Â Rakoweicki Â said. Â Â Chartwells Â has Â also Â partnered Â ZLWK ÂżWFRP 6WXGHQWV FDQ create Â an Â account Â at Â this Â website Â DQG ÂżQG RXW SHUVRQDOL]HG KHDOWK tips Â based Â on Â individual Â needs. Â Â Â Â Â This Â website Â allows Â students Â to Â create Â their Â own Â healthy Â eating Â plan Â and Â choose Â goals Â like Â build-Â ing Â lean Â muscle, Â m a i n t a i n i n g Â weight Â or Â losing Â weight. Â Â Â Â Â Â â€œThis Â program Â helps Â students Â to Â Schultz eat Â right Â and Â lose Â weight Â if Â they Â desire Â to Â in Â a Â healthy Â way Â and Â not Â a Â drastic Â way,â€? Â Rakowiecki Â said. Â Registered Â dietitian Â for Â UW-Â Whitewater Â Dining Â Services Â in Â partnership Â with Â Chartwells Â Jes-Â VLFD 6FKXOW] VDLG VKH OLNHV WKH idea Â that Â the Â website Â allows Â stu-Â GHQWV WR ÂżJXUH RXW D SODQ WR VWD\ healthy. Â Â â€œIt Â helps Â you Â learn Â how Â to Â add Â in Â exercise Â with Â healthy Â eating,â€? Â 6FKXOW] VDLG Âł+HDOWK\ HDWLQJ doesnâ€™t Â mean Â eating Â salads Â ev-Â eryday Â itâ€™s Â learning Â to Â incorporate Â every Â food Â in Â your Â diet.â€? Â For Â students Â who Â may Â not Â GLQH RQ FDPSXV 6FKXOW] RIIHUHG some Â tips Â for Â easy Â healthy Â eating Â and Â said, Â â€œAnytime Â students Â are Â on Â the Â go, Â itâ€™s Â important Â that Â they Â VWLOO WKLQN IUHVKÂ´ 6FKXOW] VDLG
â€œThis Â means Â that Â they Â can Â grab Â an Â apple Â or Â banana Â and Â pair Â it Â with Â protein Â like Â peanut Â butter.â€? Â The Â recommended Â serving Â of Â IUXLWVDQGYHJHWDEOHVDGD\LVÂżYH WR QLQH FXSV 6FKXOW] VDLG 6KH said Â that Â it Â is Â important Â for Â stu-Â dents Â to Â educate Â themselves Â on Â ZKDW D SURSHU VHUYLQJ VL]H LV VR they Â can Â keep Â track Â of Â how Â many Â servings Â they Â are Â getting Â per Â day. Â Â Â â€œAny Â lean Â proteins, Â like Â nuts, Â will Â keep Â you Â the Â fullest Â the Â lon-Â JHVWÂ´ 6FKXOW] VDLG Âł$Q\ VQDFN with Â carbs Â and Â protein Â will Â give Â your Â brain Â fuel Â for Â in Â between Â classes Â as Â well Â as Â sustain Â you Â so Â you Â are Â not Â getting Â hungry Â in Â the Â middle Â of Â class.â€? Â Although Â energy Â drinks Â may Â NHHS \RX DZDNH 6FKXOW] UHFRP mends Â that Â students Â only Â drink Â these Â in Â moderation. Â Â For Â students Â who Â do Â not Â like Â milk, Â a Â good Â substitute Â to Â make Â sure Â they Â are Â consuming Â calcium Â would Â be Â to Â eat Â broccoli, Â spinach Â RUGULQNVR\PLONDQGIRUWLÂżHGRU DQJH MXLFH 6FKXOW] VDLG VKH HP SKDVL]HV WKH LPSRUWDQFH RI WKH dining Â facilities Â to Â meet Â the Â needs Â of Â students Â who Â have Â certain Â re-Â strictions Â in Â their Â diets Â due Â to Â al-Â lergies Â or Â medical Â issues. Â Â â€œWe Â are Â always Â looking Â to Â up-Â date Â food Â items Â for Â students Â who Â may Â need Â certain Â items Â in Â their Â GLHWVÂ´6FKXOW]VDLG Â Esker Â Dining Â Hall Â has Â a Â glu-Â
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Chartwells in partnership with UW-Whitewater Dining Services installed a nutrition kiosk in esker. The device allows students to look up facts about their food.
ten-Âfree Â area Â for Â students Â who Â may Â have Â Celiac Â disease Â and Â can Â only Â eat Â certain Â foods. Â There Â are Â also Â plenty Â of Â vegetarian Â options Â on Â the Â menu Â for Â students Â who Â pre-Â fer Â no Â meat. Â â€œThe Â changes Â that Â the Â campus Â is Â making Â to Â encourage Â healthier Â HDWLQJ ZLOO EH EHQHÂżFLDO WR WKRVH students Â who Â take Â advantage Â of Â the Â programs Â we Â have Â to Â offer,â€? Â 6FKXOW]VDLG Â Another Â way Â students Â can Â keep Â up Â with Â menus Â on Â campus Â
is Â to Â download Â the Â app Â for Â smart Â phones Â called Â â€œApp Â On Â Campus.â€? Â This Â app Â allows Â students Â to Â view Â upcoming Â menu Â items Â for Â differ-Â ent Â dining Â facilities Â and Â check Â out Â the Â nutritional Â facts Â in Â the Â food. Â Promoting Â healthy Â eating Â campus Â wide Â is Â an Â important Â part Â WR5DNRZLHFNLDQG6FKXOW] Â â€œSmall Â changes Â in Â your Â diet Â make Â long Â term Â differences,â€? Â 6FKXOW]VDLG SchenckCJ08@uww.edu
UW-Ââ€?Whitewater Â students Â â€œtake Â the Â plungeâ€? Â into Â freezing Â water Â Â„More Â than Â $22,000 Â online Â ÂżUVWH[SHULHQFHWKLV\HDUZLWKWKH3RODU Â But Â of Â course, Â the Â spotlight Â of Â the Â
donations Â raised Â locally for Â Special Â Olympics Â By Bethe Croy Staff Â Writer
Left to right: John Bukacek, Jon Michels, Tracy Oâ€™Mara and Steven Hulen â€œtook the plungeâ€? on Feb. 16 in Cravath Lakefront Park. The Polar Plunge raises money for the Special Olympics Wisconsin.
)UHH]LQJWHPSHUDWXUHVLFHFROGZD ter Â and Â hundreds Â of Â people Â willing Â to Â brave Â them Â both Â gathered Â for Â the Â annual Â Polar Â Plunge Â event Â hosted Â by Â Special Â Olympics Â Wisconsin Â last Â weekend. Â The Â event Â took Â place Â on Â Feb. Â 16 Â in Â Cravath Â Lakefront Â Park Â in Â order Â to Â help Â raise Â funds Â for Â the Â Special Â Olympics. Â Participants Â â€œtake Â the Â plungeâ€? Â into Â ice Â cold Â water Â after Â raising Â funds Â to Â support Â their Â individual Â plunge Â teams. Â Since Â its Â inception Â in Â 1999, Â the Â Po-Â lar Â Plunge Â has Â raised Â more Â than Â $14 Â million Â for Â Special Â Olympics. Â This Â year, Â Whitewa-Â ter Â has Â raised Â more Â than Â $22,000 Â in Â online Â pledges Â and Â donations Â alone. Oâ€™Mara Â This Â event Â attracts Â many Â UW-ÂWhitewater Â students, Â many Â of Â whom Â participate Â with Â their Â student Â RUJDQL]DWLRQV 7KLV \HDU WKH$PHULFDQ Marketing Â Association Â was Â a Â participat-Â ing Â group. Â Three Â students Â from Â the Â group, Â ju-Â nior Â Tracy Â Oâ€™Mara, Â freshman Â Steven Â Hulen Â and Â senior Â Brad Â Becker, Â had Â their Â
Plunge. Â Â For Â these Â three, Â it Â took Â a Â lot Â of Â men-Â tal Â preparation, Â and Â in Â Hulenâ€™s Â case, Â a Â lot Â of Â chili, Â to Â get Â ready Â to Â Â jump Â into Â IUHH]LQJZDWHULQPLG)HEUXDU\LQ:LV consin. Â Â â€œI Â guess Â Iâ€™ve Â wanted Â to Â do Â it Â for Â a Â couple Â of Â years, Â and Â the Â opportunity Â came Â up,â€? Â Oâ€™Mara Â said. Â â€œI Â support Â the Â Special Â Olympics, Â and Â I Â do Â a Â lot Â of Â work Â with Â handicapped Â individuals Â on Â cam-Â pus Â and Â outside Â of Â campus, Â so Â itâ€™s Â just Â a Â good Â opportunity Â to Â give Â back Â to Â the Â community.â€? Â In Â addition Â to Â supporting Â the Â cause, Â the Â others Â said Â they Â felt Â motivated Â by Â gaining Â the Â experience Â and Â simply Â to Â satisfy Â curiosity. Â Â â€œI Â just Â feel Â like Â itâ€™s Â one Â of Â those Â things Â you Â gotta Â do Â at Â least Â once,â€? Â Becker Â said. Â Âł,W ZDV IXQ DQG GHÂż nitely, Â it Â was Â cold, Â but Â LWZDVGHÂżQLWHO\ZRUWK the Â experience.â€? Hulen Â Oâ€™Mara, Â Hulen Â and Â Becker Â had Â multiple Â ways Â of Â fundrais-Â ing Â for Â the Â event Â ahead Â of Â time Â as Â well. Â Using Â the Â internet Â and Â social Â media, Â go-Â ing Â door-Âto-Âdoor Â and Â giving Â the Â easily Â UHFRJQL]DEOHSRODUEHDULFRQVWRGLIIHU ent Â businesses Â around Â town Â were Â just Â a Â few Â primary Â methods Â they Â used Â to Â get Â donations. Â
experience Â was Â actually Â â€œtaking Â the Â plunge.â€? Â For Â Hulen, Â the Â best Â part Â of Â the Â ex-Â perience Â was Â the Â anticipation Â before Â the Â plunge. Â He Â said Â waiting Â until Â it Â was Â their Â turn Â built Â the Â adrenaline Â and Â made Â it Â more Â exciting. Â Â On Â the Â other Â hand, Â Oâ€™Mara Â said Â waiting Â was Â the Â worst Â part, Â and Â while Â she Â thought Â the Â moment Â they Â hit Â the Â wa-Â ter Â was Â the Â best Â part, Â Hulen Â said Â it Â was Â the Â worst. Â Â â€œLiterally, Â the Â air Â just Â got Â taken Â right Â out Â of Â you,â€? Â Hulen Â said. Â Â Becker Â said Â the Â best Â part Â was Â not Â be-Â fore Â or Â during Â the Â plunge, Â but Â after. Â He Â believed Â that Â standing Â in Â the Â cold Â winds Â DIWHU FRPLQJ RXW RI WKH IUHH]LQJ ZDWHU was Â the Â true Â test Â of Â endurance. Âł,WKLQNLWUHDOO\UHGHÂżQHVZKDW\RXU perspective Â is Â of Â cold,â€? Â Becker Â said. Â Oâ€™Mara Â and Â Hulen Â strongly Â agreed. Â Â All Â three Â came Â to Â the Â conclusion Â the Â 3RODU 3OXQJH ZDV DQ DPD]LQJ H[SHUL ence Â they Â think Â other Â students Â should Â go Â through. Â Not Â only Â does Â it Â support Â a Â good Â cause, Â it Â is Â also Â something Â to Â mark Â off Â of Â the Â bucket Â list. Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Though Â the Â three Â students Â are Â unsure Â if Â they Â will Â participate Â next Â year, Â they Â said Â they Â are Â all Â glad Â they Â were Â a Â part Â of Â it Â this Â year, Â and Â they Â hope Â other Â students Â will Â also Â embrace Â the Â opportunity. Â CroyEK18@uww.edu
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HOROSCOPES Capricorn, 12/22-1/19 Valentine’s Day is over, thank goodness. Put all the stress of pleasing your loved one behind you and focus on yourself.
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WEDNESDAY “We should consider everyday lost in which we don’t dance.” -Nietzsche
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Motown went on tour together. The songs will also be accompa- nied by choreographed dancing just like the original performers. Performer John Hodges said he has been performing since he was 14 years old, and music has been a part of his life ever since. “If we can make somebody forget about their troubles that day and put a smile on their face, that’s the reward I get,” Hodges said. President of the Black Stu- dent Union on campus, Kourtney Blevins, said this event was something that
“This event is something peo- ple should know about,” Blevins said. Blevins said she loves being part of the BSU, because they are a big family. She said they all de- pend on each other and she knows they will always be there when she needs help. February is Black History Month, but LaMuro said every culture should be celebrated every month. Blevins agreed with LaMuro, and she said black history is every-
one else’s history too because it is a part of American history. Blevins said the BSU will host a huge program for black history month and everyone is welcome to come and get a sense of black culture. The event will be held at 7 p.m. on Feb. 28, in the Hamilton Room. Motown music has a lot of soul in it but also has a lot to do with what was going on during the 1960s and 1970s in America. Hodges said segregation had D ELJ LQÀXHQFH RQ 0RWRZQ PX sic but the music also
The Temptations, Marvin Gaye, Smokey Robinson and Gladys Knight were all part of an era that tend to take many down memory lane. For those who weren’t around to remember these musical icons, the chance to experience tradi- tional Motown will be available on campus in a one-night-only performance. “Masters of Motown” will LaMuro perform at 7:30 p.m. on Feb. 23, in the Young Auditorium. The show includes three fe- male singers, three male singers and four live musicians. Leslie LaMuro, marketing di- rector of the Young Auditorium, agreed with Hodges about the mu- sic bringing back memories and said it would do the same for stu- dents. “This event will probably bring back memories when students were little at home with mom and Photo submitted dad,” LaMuro said. “Masters of Motown” will perform one night only at 7:30 p.m. on Feb. 23 in the Young Auditorium. The group performs Motown Hodges said their show is simi- music from the 1960s and 1970s that performer John Hodges said will bring some down memory lane.
brought people together because it was so good. “There was a big party and people were segregated on each side of the room, but people didn’t care about color anymore and came together because they were listening to the music,” Hodges said. Blevins said music played a big part during slavery because slaves did not know how to read or write and music was a way to keep them motivated and get through the day. “It is a way we can be creative and talk about different issues,” Blevins said. LaMuro said African Ameri- cans did so much with so little. “They didn’t Blevins have a lot of ma- terial wealth, but had a lot of wealth in their hearts,” LaMuro said. “And this comes out in Motown music.” Hodges said he is excited for everyone to come out and enjoy their music. “We are looking forward to everyone coming out who want the sounds of Motown, and we’re going to give it to them,” Hodges said. “Just like it was back in the early ‘60s and ‘70s.” MegowKE11@uww.edu
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â€œSide Â Effectsâ€? Â is Â an Â unpredict-Â able Â psychological Â rollercoaster. Â The Â movie Â in Â a Â nutshell Â is Â long, Â twisting, Â thrilling Â and Â long Â (although Â it Â was Â only Â an Â hour Â and Â 46 Â minutes). I Â wanted Â to Â see Â this Â movie Â as Â soon Â as Â I Â saw Â previews Â for Â it Â a Â couple Â of Â months Â ago, Â and Â I Â was Â so Â H[FLWHG ZKHQ LW ÂżQDOO\ FDPH RXW 7KHÂżUVWKRXURUVRZDVJUHDWEXW from Â there, Â it Â was Â a Â rollercoaster Â of Â ups Â and Â downs. â€œSide Â Effectsâ€? Â begins Â with Â Martin Â Taylor, Â played Â by Â Chan-Â ning Â Tatum, Â being Â released Â from Â prison Â after Â he Â served Â a Â few Â years Â for Â insider Â trading. Â He Â comes Â home Â to Â his Â patient Â wife Â Emily, Â played Â by Â Rooney Â Mara. Â
Emily Â has Â been Â dealing Â with Â depression Â since Â her Â husband Â was Â arrested Â and Â relapses Â when Â he Â re-Â turns Â home. Â She Â ends Â up Â in Â the Â hospital Â after Â a Â suicide Â attempt Â and Â begins Â seeing Â psychiatrist Â Dr. Â Jonathon Â Banks, Â played Â by Â Jude Â Law. Â Banks Â de-Â cides Â to Â prescribe Â Emily Â a Â new Â pill Â that Â treats Â de-Â pression. Â How-Â Commentary by ever, Â the Â pill Â Sam Jacquest causes Â Emily Â to Â News Editor sleep Â walk, Â and Â it Â all Â unravels Â from Â there. Thatâ€™s Â about Â all Â I Â can Â say Â with-Â out Â ruining Â the Â plot, Â but Â let Â me Â
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tell Â you, Â what Â occurs Â due Â to Â the Â pillâ€™s Â side Â effects Â will Â leave Â you Â in Â shock. Â Hence, Â the Â name Â of Â the Â movie. Those Â events Â took Â up Â almost Â half Â of Â the Â movie. Â After Â that, Â there Â are Â constant Â twists Â and Â turns Â that Â left Â me Â exasperated Â and Â in Â shock. Â I Â enjoyed Â most Â of Â it, Â but Â it Â also Â got Â dragged Â on Â a Â bit Â too Â much. Â All Â of Â a Â sudden, Â Iâ€™m Â learning Â these Â major Â background Â stories Â of Â three Â different Â main Â characters Â and Â it Â became Â a Â bit Â much Â at Â some Â points. But Â I Â have Â to Â say, Â most Â of Â the Â acting Â was Â extremely Â convincing. Channing Â Tatum, Â while Â he Â played Â his Â part Â well, Â didnâ€™t Â do Â much Â for Â me. Â It Â was Â probably Â be-Â cause Â I Â had Â scenes Â from Â â€œMagic Â Mikeâ€? Â stuck Â in Â my Â head, Â but Â I Â couldnâ€™t Â completely Â believe Â that Â his Â character Â would Â be Â smart Â HQRXJK WR JHW ÂżOWK\ ULFK IURP LQ sider Â trading.
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Law Â and Â Zeta-ÂJones Â were Â both Â the Â compassionate Â psy-Â chiatrists Â you Â would Â expect, Â although Â the Â way Â their Â char-Â acters Â developed Â played Â a Â key Â role Â in Â the Â progression Â of Â the Â plot. Â Law Â suddenly Â uses Â his Â profession Â to Â turn Â into Â a Â mas-Â ter Â manipulator Â that Â I Â never Â saw Â coming, Â while Â Zeta-ÂJones Â turns Â out Â to Â be Â someone Â completely Â dif-Â ferent Â from Â my Â initial Â reaction. Mara Â played Â depression Â very Â well. Â Everything Â from Â the Â way Â she Â talked Â in Â low Â tones, Â to Â how Â she Â wore Â her Â hair Â made Â her Â part Â le-Â gitimate. Â After Â you Â see Â the Â movie, Â you Â will Â learn Â how Â important Â it Â was Â that Â Mara Â acted Â her Â part Â well. While Â the Â story Â was Â great, Â the Â acting Â was Â executed Â well, Â and Â the Â twists Â of Â the Â movie Â were Â shock-Â ing Â in Â a Â good Â way, Â it Â did Â give Â me Â a Â dragging Â feel Â at Â some Â points. Â It Â made Â an Â hour Â and Â 46 Â minutes Â feel Â
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WEDNESDAY â€œOur Â dead Â are Â never Â dead Â to Â us, Â until Â we Â have Â forgotten Â them.â€?
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A Â forever-Ââ€?lasting Â impact Legacy Â of Â former athlete Â lives Â on Â in Â teammatesâ€™ Â hearts
â€™Hawks, Â Pointers, Â on Â collision Â course
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â€™Hawks No. Â 5 Â UW-ÂRiver Â Falls. Â UW-Â Superior Â may Â be Â the Â higher-Âseeded Â team Â and Â have Â home Â court Â advan-Â tage, Â but Â they Â have Â lost Â their Â last Â WKUHH JDPHV 7KH ÂżUVW ORVV LQ WKH teamâ€™s Â three-Âgame Â losing Â streak Â was Â to Â the Â Falcons. Â The Â season Â series Â was Â tied Â during Â the Â regular Â season, Â because Â the Â Yellowjackets Â beat Â the Â Falcons Â earlier Â in Â the Â year Â at Â home. Â The Â Falcons Â are Â not Â coming Â into Â this Â game Â at Â a Â good Â place Â ei-Â ther, Â losing Â two Â of Â their Â last Â three. Â ([SHFWWRVHHVHQLRUIRUZDUG%ULW tany Â Gregorich Â become Â the Â differ-Â ence Â in Â this Â game Â for Â the Â upset-Â minded Â Falcons. Â Gregorich Â averages Â 13 Â points Â SHU JDPH ZKLOH VKRRWLQJ SHU FHQW IURP WKH ÂżHOG 7KH IRRW inch Â forward Â also Â leads Â the Â team Â in Â UHERXQGVZLWKSHUJDPH8: River Â Falls Â is Â the Â top Â team Â in Â the Â conference Â in Â rebounding Â margin Â per Â game, Â so Â look Â for Â Gregorich Â to Â be Â the Â difference-Âmaker Â both Â LQVLGHDQGRXWLQWKLVIRXUYVÂżYH seed Â matchup. Â Assuming Â the Â Falcons Â do Â pull Â the Â upset, Â they Â would Â then Â travel Â to Â UW-ÂWhitewater Â on Â Friday Â for Â D VHPLÂżQDO PDWFKXS ZKLFK ZRXOG be Â a Â rematch Â for Â the Â top-Âseeded Â Warhawks. Â After Â beating Â them Â on Â
Continued Â from Â page Â 1 Saturday Â in Â what Â could Â have Â been Â seen Â as Â a Â meaningless Â game Â for Â the Â Âś+DZNVFRQVLGHULQJWKHWHDPKDG the Â No. Â 1 Â seed Â already Â clinched, Â the Â Falcons Â will Â be Â looking Â for Â re-Â venge. â€œShe Â [Gregorich] Â is Â tough Â and Â she Â does Â everything Â for Â them,â€? Â head Â coach Â Keri Â Carollo Â said. Â â€œShe Â can Â rebound, Â she Â scores, Â and Â she Â brings Â the Â ball Â up Â for Â them. Â Sheâ€™s Â a Â great Â player, Â so Â sheâ€™s Â hard Â to Â stop.â€? Gregorich Â ended Â up Â fouling Â out Â of Â the Â game Â on Â Saturday, Â but Â she Â recorded Â 13 Â points Â with Â four Â as-Â VLVWV7KDQNVWRWKHÂś+DZNVÂśSUHV suring Â defense, Â she Â also Â committed Â VL[ WXUQRYHUV :LWK D KLJKHQHUJ\ defense Â and Â a Â girl Â that Â can Â domi-Â nate Â the Â paint Â in Â senior Â center Â Cort-Â QH\.XPHURZH[SHFWWKHÂś+DZNV to Â keep Â their Â unbeaten Â record Â at Â home Â this Â season Â alive Â against Â the Â potential Â upset-Âminded Â Falcons. Look Â for Â senior Â guards Â Megan Â Wenig Â and Â Katie Â Kitzke Â to Â be Â the Â difference Â for Â the Â Titans. Â They Â are Â the Â top Â two Â scorers Â for Â the Â team Â on Â the Â season, Â and Â provide Â the Â team Â with Â senior Â leadership Â in Â the Â back-Â FRXUW ZKLFK LV EHQHÂżFLDO WR DQ\ team Â looking Â to Â make Â a Â run Â in Â post-Â season Â play. Â A Â win Â for Â the Â Titans Â over Â the Â Pointers Â would Â set Â up Â a Â matchup Â on Â Sunday Â in Â Whitewater.
The Â season Â series Â between Â the Â Âś+DZNVDQG7LWDQVZDVDVSOLWZLWK both Â teams Â winning Â on Â their Â home Â court. Â The Â last Â matchup Â between Â the Â two Â was Â an Â intriguing Â one Â as Â &DUROORZDVORRNLQJIRUKHUWK career Â victory, Â and Â the Â winner Â was Â guaranteed Â to Â be Â the Â WIAC Â regu-Â ODUVHDVRQFKDPSLRQ7KHÂś+DZNV ZRQWKDWPDWFKXSLQZKDW was Â a Â tight Â game Â throughout. Â Af-Â WHUDUXQEHIRUHWKHÂżUVWKDOI HQGHGWKH7LWDQVOHG The Â leading Â rebounder Â for Â the Â 7LWDQVLVIRRWLQFKVRSKRPRUH guard Â Katelyn Â Kuehl. Â Kuehl Â was Â held Â to Â two Â points Â in Â the Â last Â meet-Â LQJDQGDWIHHWLQFKHVWDOOWKH IRRWLQFK.XPHURZVKRXOGEH able Â to Â control Â the Â paint Â and Â the Â glass. Â Â If Â things Â go Â Kumerowâ€™s Â way Â GRZQORZDQGWKHÂś+DZNVÂśGHIHQVH can Â keep Â the Â pressure Â on Â its Â oppo-Â QHQWV IDQV VKRXOG EH H[SHFWLQJ D WIAC Â championship. Â ,I WKH Âś+DZNV HQG XS SOD\LQJ UW-ÂStevens Â Point, Â it Â would Â be Â their Â fourth Â straight Â conference Â championship Â matchup, Â with Â the Â ÂżUVWWKUHHJRLQJWKH3RLQWHUVÂśZD\ ,IDUHPDWFKZHUHWRRFFXUH[SHFW WKH Âś+DZNV WR EH ORRNLQJ IRU UH venge Â this Â time Â around Â at Â home. Â CunninghKT25@uww.edu
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Sports Briefs Swim Â and Â Dive The Â Warhawks Â menâ€™s Â and Â womenâ€™s Â swimming Â and Â diving Â teams Â recorded Â school Â history Â EHVW ÂżQLVKHV E\ SODFLQJ WKLUG in Â the Â WIAC Â championship Â on Â 6DWXUGD\)HE 7KH PHQÂśV WHDP ÂżQLVKHG EHKLQGÂżUVWSODFH8:6WHYHQV Point Â and Â second Â place Â UW-ÂLa Â Crosse. Â On Â the Â womenâ€™s Â side, Â 8:/D&URVVHWRRNÂżUVWZKLOH UW-ÂStevens Â Point Â took Â sec-Â ond. Â Sophomore Â Amy Â Spaay Â ZRQ WKH \DUG EUHDVWVWURNH and Â was Â named Â Swimmer Â of Â WKH 0HHW IRU WKH :,$& FKDPSLRQVKLS +HDG FRDFK Joel Â Rollings Â won Â the Â WIAC Â Menâ€™s Â Swim Â Coach Â of Â the Â Year Â honor Â for Â the Â second Â time Â in Â his Â
career. Wrestling $IWHU D \HDU VWUHWFK RI WIAC Â championship Â titles Â by Â UW-ÂLa Â Crosse, Â the Â Warhawks Â have Â now Â won Â back Â to Â back Â WLWOHV IRU WKH ÂżUVW WLPH VLQFH The Â WIAC Â championship Â used Â the Â dual Â meet Â format Â for Â WKHÂżUVWWLPHLQFRQIHUHQFHKLV WRU\ 7KH Âś+DZNV ÂżQLVKHG WKH VHDVRQLQ:,$&GXDOV Tennis Menâ€™s Â and Â womenâ€™s Â ten-Â nis Â head Â coach Â Frank Â Barnes Â HDUQHGKLVWKFDUHHUZLQDW 8::RQ6DWXUGD\)HEDW Grinnell Â College Â in Â Grinnell, Â Iowa.
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Senior center Cortney Kumerow, right, looked to get into the paint early and often in the 66-60 victory over UW-River Falls. The win gave the Warhawks their eighth straight victory heading into the WIAC tournament on Friday.
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