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UW-ÂWhitewaterâ€™s Â Diversity Â Networking Â Program Â will Â be Â hold-Â ing Â an Â etiquette Â dinner Â from Â 4 Â to Â 6 Â p.m. Â on Â Feb. Â 4 Â in Â the Â University Â Center. Â Â The Â event Â is Â an Â opportunity Â for Â students Â who Â are Â multicultural, Â LGBTQ, Â dis-Â abled, Â interracial Â or Â involved Â with Â the Â military Â to Â de-Â Brown velop Â skills, Â con-Â nect Â with Â employers Â and Â develop Â a Â resume. Jason Â Brown, Â career Â counselor Â and Â coordinator Â of Â the Â dinner, Â said Â it Â is Â designed Â for Â individual Â students Â to Â learn Â social Â skills Â needed Â for Â the Â business Â world Â and Â to Â help Â students Â learn Â how Â to Â establish Â a Â professional Â network. Â Brown Â said Â this Â event Â can Â help Â students Â secure Â internships Â and Â postgraduate Â employment. â€œStudents Â can Â expect Â to Â get Â a Â really Â good Â guide Â of Â information Â of Â how Â to Â approach Â the Â job Â search Â and Â interviews Â directly Â from Â the Â people Â who Â actually Â do Â that Â work,â€? Â Brown Â said. Â â€œBuilding Â relationships Â with Â the Â employers Â is Â really Â the Â heart Â of Â this Â event.â€? There Â will Â be Â multiple Â represen-Â tatives Â attending, Â along Â with Â about Â 50 Â UW-ÂWhitewater Â students. Â Â The Â representatives Â will Â be Â dispersed Â at Â tables, Â so Â students Â can Â easily Â access Â any Â company. The Â business Â representatives Â will Â talk Â with Â students, Â answer Â questions Â and Â conduct Â mini Â interviews. Students Â will Â also Â learn Â proper Â etiquette Â to Â follow Â in Â a Â professional Â dinner Â setting. Â Students Â will Â be Â shown Â what Â to Â order Â at Â a Â business Â dinner, Â which Â utensils Â to Â use, Â how Â to Â excuse Â yourself Â and Â how Â to Â conduct Â conversation Â over Â dinner. â€œIt Â is Â not Â only Â to Â eat Â in Â a Â formal Â setting,â€? Â Ron Â Buchholz, Â a Â director Â of Â Career Â and Â Leadership Â Development Â and Â founder Â of Â the Â event, Â said, Â â€œbut Â also Â to Â carry Â conversation Â in Â that Â kind Â of Â environment.â€? The Â event Â is Â free. Â Â As Â of Â Jan. Â 27, Â the Â event Â was Â not Â full. Â Students Â can Â sign Â up Â at Â my.uww.edu.
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New vending machines provide healthier choices )`4PJOHLS9PSL` Assistant Â News Â Editor
Two Â new Â 2bU Â vending Â ma-Â chines, Â which Â provide Â healthier Â snack Â options Â with Â a Â focus Â on Â all-Â natural Â products, Â were Â installed Â last Â October Â located Â in Â the Â Univer-Â sity Â Center Â and Â Fisher Â Hall. Canteen, Â which Â is Â under Â a Â vending Â contract Â with Â the Â uni-Â versity Â until Â 2014 Â and Â is Â the Â larg-Â est Â vending Â service Â in Â the Â United Â States, Â wants Â to Â see Â if Â the Â products Â in Â the Â machine Â are Â popular Â among Â students Â at Â the Â university. Â Â Every Â item Â in Â the Â machine Â must Â meet Â one Â or Â more Â of Â these Â criteria: Â Â‡ Organic, Â gluten-Âfree, Â veg-Â an, Â kosher Â and Â local Â Â‡ All-Ânatural Â ingredients Â‡ More Â whole-Âgrain Â selec-Â tions Â Â‡ 1RSUHVHUYDWLYHVRUDUWLÂż FLDOLQJUHGLHQWVĂ€DYRUVRU sweeteners Â Â‡ No Â trans-Âfats Students, Â prior Â to Â purchase, Â may Â interact Â with Â an Â LCD Â screen Â displaying Â the Â nutritional Â and Â di-Â etary Â information Â of Â every Â item. Â Â The Â 2bU Â vending Â machine Â also Â has Â a Â credit/debit Â card Â reader Â and Â motion Â sensor Â dimmers Â that Â help Â
conserve Â energy. Â Â Assistant Â Director Â of Â Dining Â Services Â and Â Retail Â Operations Â Tom Â Pellizzi Â said Â Student Â Health Â Advisory Â Committee Â and Â Dining Â Services Â were Â planning Â to Â discuss Â the Â possibility Â of Â more Â healthy Â op-Â tions Â in Â the Â machines Â last Â semes-Â ter. Â Â â€œI Â had Â been Â in Â contact Â with Â SHAC,â€? Â Pellizzi Â said. Â Â â€œOur Â rep-Â resentative Â from Â Canteen Â in-Â formed Â me Â that Â they Â wanted Â to Â Pellizzi have Â these Â two Â new Â machines Â that Â are Â brand Â new Â on Â the Â market Â with Â a Â focus Â on Â more Â organic Â types Â of Â items. Â At Â that Â point, Â we Â said Â ab-Â solutely.â€? Justin Â Murphy, Â current Â presi-Â dent Â of Â SHAC, Â said Â the Â new Â ma-Â chines Â would Â be Â a Â great Â option Â if Â a Â student Â needed Â a Â quick Â snack Â between Â classes Â because Â the Â cur-Â rent Â machines Â did Â not Â have Â enough Â healthy Â options. Â Although Â the Â new Â machines Â are Â on Â a Â trial Â run, Â expect Â to Â see Â them Â around Â campus Â for Â a Â while, Â Pellizzi Â said. Â Â
â€œThey Â are Â not Â planning Â on Â pull-Â ing Â them Â anytime Â soon,â€? Â Pellizzi Â said. Â Â â€œWe Â put Â them Â on Â campus Â to Â see Â if Â students Â like Â and Â react Â to Â them. Â Â We Â also Â want Â to Â explore Â the Â different Â locations.â€? Â Fisher Â Hall Â was Â selected Â be-Â cause Â of Â its Â focus Â on Â wellness Â and Â a Â healthier Â way Â of Â life. Â The Â Univer-Â sity Â Center Â loca-Â tion Â was Â chosen Â because Â of Â the Â amount Â of Â people Â that Â go Â through Â the Â building Â on Â a Â daily Â basis. Â Â Âł7KH\ GHÂż Murphy nitely Â can Â be Â shifted,â€? Â Pellizzi Â said. Â Â â€œThe Â machine Â is Â built Â for Â a Â KLJKWUDIÂżF DUHD 8QIRUWXQDWHO\ in Â this Â building, Â we Â did Â not Â have Â a Â YHU\JRRGORFDWLRQWREHQHÂżWIURP WKRVH KLJKWUDIÂżF SDWWHUQV 7KH Williams Â Center Â also Â is Â an Â option Â being Â considered.â€? Â The Â new Â machines Â provide Â nutritional Â information Â to Â the Â con-Â sumer Â but Â are Â commonly Â more Â expensive Â compared Â to Â the Â other Â products Â in Â the Â old Â machines. Â The Â problem Â comes Â down Â to Â the Â student Â having Â to Â decide Â between Â saving Â a Â few Â quarters Â or Â purchas-Â
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Scholar presents identity issues to faculty Dr. Â Kristine Â Renn Â shares Â research Â from Â womenâ€™s Â colleges By Samantha Jacquest News Â Editor
Intersectionality Â means Â to Â rec-Â ognize Â a Â person Â as Â having Â multiple Â identities. Â It Â is Â a Â way Â to Â describe Â someone Â without Â over-Âsimplifying Â or Â neutralizing Â oneâ€™s Â identities. 7KDW LV WKH GHÂżQLWLRQ JLYHQ E\ Dr. Â Kristen Â Renn, Â an Â international Â scholar Â and Â professor Â in Â the Â Michi-Â gan Â State Â University Â Higher, Â Adult, Â and Â life-Âlong Â Education Â Program. Â Intersectionality Â is Â a Â new Â term Â that Â has Â not Â yet Â made Â it Â into Â dic-Â tionaries. Â It Â developed Â through Â legal Â studies Â and Â has Â evolved Â into Â a Â term Â used Â in Â association Â with Â diversity. Â A Â person Â is Â more Â than Â a Â race, Â gender, Â social Â class Â or Â sexual Â orientation. Â They Â are Â many Â layers Â that Â cannot Â be Â described Â easily. Renn Â led Â a Â workshop Â on Â in-Â tersectionality Â at Â the Â 2013 Â Student Â
Affairs Â Colloquium, Â an Â event Â that Â has Â occurred Â consistently Â for Â three Â semesters. Â The Â workshop Â consisted Â of Â Rennâ€™s Â presentation Â and Â group Â discussion. â€œI Â think Â the Â conversations Â at Â our Â table Â were Â really Â helpful,â€? Â LGBT Â Coordinator Â Dr. Â Cindy Â Konrad, Â said. Â â€œWhen Â we Â sit Â with Â other Â people Â from Â dif-Â ferent Â parts Â of Â the Â Renn university Â and Â we Â think Â about Â how Â weâ€™re Â doing Â things, Â it Â always Â sparks Â how Â we Â might Â push Â ourselves Â a Â little Â bit Â further Â to Â think Â about Â how Â we Â might Â do Â our Â work Â in Â a Â different Â way.â€? Konrad Â said Â it Â is Â important Â to Â show Â students Â they Â are Â accepted Â by Â making Â their Â learning Â spaces Â com-Â fortable Â and Â accepting Â places. Renn Â said Â she Â was Â surprised Â that Â the Â room Â set Â for Â 98 Â people Â was Â al-Â most Â completely Â full. â€œI Â was Â incredibly Â impressed Â by Â how Â engaged Â people Â were Â in Â terms Â
of Â really Â answering Â questions Â and Â looking Â at Â the Â Whitewater Â context,â€? Â Renn Â said. Â â€œI Â was Â really Â impressed Â by Â the Â commitment Â of Â faculty Â and Â staff Â who Â were Â here.â€? In Â the Â afternoon, Â Renn Â gave Â a Â presentation Â on Â women Â in Â higher Â education. Â She Â shared Â her Â experi-Â ences Â of Â traveling Â to Â 15 Â all-Âwomen Â colleges Â and Â uni-Â versities Â in Â 10 Â Nepper countries. Junior Â Rachel Â Nepper, Â who Â attended Â both Â events, Â said Â she Â has Â been Â interested Â in Â doing Â research Â on Â intersectionality, Â and Â felt Â a Â connection Â to Â the Â topic Â because Â of Â her Â disability Â and Â working Â in Â the Â PB Â Poorman Â PRIDE Â Resource Â Center. Nepper Â said Â she Â liked Â that Â Renn Â focused Â a Â lot Â on Â how Â to Â improve Â support Â in Â encouraging Â people Â to Â embrace Â and Â accept Â their Â identities. Â â€œIâ€™m Â really Â interested Â in Â what Â I, Â as Â a Â student, Â can Â do Â to Â support Â and Â enable Â people,â€? Â Nepper Â said. JacquestSL01@uww.edu
Baker, Â Justina Â D., Â 21 Operating Â Automobile Â While Â In-Â toxicated, Â Illegal Â Blood Â Alcohol Â Content, Â Speed Â Over Â 25 Â Within Â City Â Limits 01/25/2013 Burt, Â Taylor Â L., Â 20 Underage Â Consumption 01/20/2013 Foster Â II, Â Samuel Â R., Â 23 Disorderly Â Conduct Â â€“ Â Objection-Â able Â Conduct, Â Damage Â Private Â Property Â 01/20/2013 Â Ganswindt, Â Jeremy Â S., Â 21 Fail Â to Â Stop Â at Â Stop Â Sign Â 01/24/2013 Grieger, Â Sarah Â M., Â 27 Public Â Intoxication Â 01/27/2013 Hansen, Â Robert Â C., Â 19 Disorderly Â Conduct Â â€“ Â Objection-Â able Â Conduct 1/21/2013 Jefferson, Â Ryan Â T., Â 23 5HVLVWLQJ 2IÂżFHU 'LVRUGHUO\ Conduct Â â€“ Â Objectionable Â Conduct Â 01/23/2013 Kussow, Â Trent Â S., Â 18 Hit Â & Â Run Â â€“ Â Motor Â Vehicle Â Ac-Â cident 01/24/2013 Meyers, Â Nicholas Â H., Â 20 Noise Â Violation Â â€“ Â Residential Â 01/01/2013 Owens, Â Dustin Â A., Â 21 Speed Â Exceeding Â Posted Â Limits Â 01/02/2013
Schwartz, Â Paul Â J., Â 23 Operating Â with Â Revoked Â License Â 12/30/2012 Â Solorzano, Â Jose Â L., Â 24 Non-ÂRegistered Â Motor Â Vehicle 01/03/2013 Sondgeroth, Â Alexandria Â M., Â 19 Â Underage Â Consumption Â 01/20/2013 Thomas, Â Terrance Â A., Â 23 Â Disorderly Â Conduct Â â€“ Â Fighting Â 12/22/2012 Wagner, Â Kyle Â J., Â 23 Operating Â a Â Motor Â Vehicle Â with Â Suspended Â Registration, Â Disor-Â derly Â Conduct Â â€“ Â Objectionable Â Conduct 01/08/2013 Weichmann, Â Joshua Â A., Â 22 Disorderly Â Conduct Â â€“ Â Objection-Â able Â Conduct Â 01/01/2013 Wisch, Â Collin Â J., Â 20 Non-ÂRegistration Â of Â Motor Â Ve-Â hicle Â 01/24/2013 Worswick, Â Andrew Â W., Â 26 Theft Â â€“ Â Retail Â 01/04/2013 Zieglemeier, Â Justin Â M., Â 22 Operating Â a Â Motor Â Vehicle Â While Â Intoxicated, Â Illegal Â Blood Â Alco-Â holic Â Content 12/22/2012 Zimny, Â Jessica Â L., Â 23 Non-ÂRegistration Â of Â Motor Â Ve-Â hicle 01/09/2013 Â
The Â Royal Â Purple Â only Â publishes Â police Â reports Â which Â feature Â UW-ÂWhitewater Â students, Â faculty Â and Â staff. Â These Â reports Â are Â public Â record Â and Â are Â available Â through Â the Â City Â of Â Whitewater Â website Â under Â the Â Daily Â Press Â Releases Â tab. Â No Â omissions, Â exceptions Â or Â requests Â will Â be Â considered. Â
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it possible for students to make healthy choices. “Something like nuts might have the same amount of calo- ries as a candy bar, but they also have a redeeming number of pro- teins,” Swisher said. “Some- times a person just wants the Swisher candy bar. We are not trying to take that away but making some of the more healthier choices available and affordable.” Former SHAC President Anne Servais said this might not affect a large number of students, but it is
a step in the right direction. “Are we really going to af- fect health on campus by looking at something that seems so small as a vending ma- chine,” Servias said. “That is debatable, but I think it is a start I believe because of this project, we have devel- Servais oped stronger relationships with dining services and that’s huge. It may lead to af- fecting dining services in a larger area in on campus dining.”
Blood drive on campus UW-Whitewater will be host- ing a blood drive on Jan. 31. Amer- ica Red Cross will hold the blood drive from noon to 6 p.m. in Esker Dining Hall. Students can make an ap- pointment by calling 1-800-RED- CROSS or visiting redcrossblood. org. Greek rush begins Formal Greek Rush has be- gun and each Greek organizations will be looking for new members. Each organization will post events around campus for students. Rush ends the night at midnight on Feb. 7.
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There was an error in last week’s story titled “Former Warhawk arrested for drug charges.” Levell Coppage’s next court hearing, to be held on Feb. 22, will most likely be a pre-trial hearing, not sen- tencing. The Royal Purple is dedi- cated to providing accurate coverage of UW-Whitewater and the community and will correct all substantial errors that are brought to our atten- tion. If you believe we have made an error, contact the Royal Purple at 262-472-1426 or RP@uww.edu
Multicultural Career Fair Wednesday, February 6, 2013 12:00 PM – 4:00 PM in the UC/Hamilton Room Business or Business Casual Attire Required The Multicultural Career Fair is a campus-wide event, designed to facilitate career exploration, internships, summer work experiences and permanent job placements. Potential opportunities for all majors (undergraduates and graduates) exist. Some Companies, Agencies, and Not for Profit Organizations are Recruiting All Majors. Enter the Link Listed Below into Your URL Address to See the Various Positions (Including Internships & Other Employment Opportunities). All students, faculty, staff and administrators are invited to this event. For Information on the Following Vendors, Please Visit: http://www.uww.edu/cobe/minoritybusiness/multiculturalcareer Sponsored by the College of Business & Economics, the College of Education, and the Minority Business Program Please continue to Review the List of Vendors, for Changes that Might Occur Prior to February 6th
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Â Business Â graduate Â students Â competed Â in Â a Â competition Â provid-Â ed Â by Â the Â Association Â for Â Corporate Â Growth Â on Â Jan. Â 24. Â Â Â Chair Â of Â the Â Department Â of Â Fi-Â nance Â and Â Business Â Law Â Linda Â Yu Â said Â ACG Â is Â an Â international Â orga-Â nization Â that Â promotes Â growing Â cor-Â SRUDWLRQVYLDDFTXLULQJRWKHUÂżUPV Â According Â to Â ACGâ€™s Â website, Â the Â ACG Â cup Â is Â a Â case Â study Â pro-Â gram Â designed Â to Â give Â students Â from Â leading Â Master Â of Â Business Â Admin-Â istration Â programs Â across Â the Â coun-Â try Â the Â opportuni-Â ty Â to Â receive Â real Â world Â experience Â handling Â mergers Â and Â acquisitions, Â investment Â bank-Â LQJ ÂżQDQFLDO DG visory Â and Â private Â Yu equity. Â Â Â The Â ACG Â cup Â requires Â students Â to Â evaluate Â a Â companyâ€™s Â worth Â and Â make Â a Â recommendation Â to Â a Â panel Â of Â judges Â that Â evaluate Â the Â offer, Â Yu Â said. Â Â Graduate Â student Â Jessica Â Resch Â said Â the Â ACG Â cup Â is Â a Â great Â oppor-Â WXQLW\ IRU VWXGHQWV WR UHÂżQH WKHLU skills. Â â€œItâ€™s Â very Â stressful, Â but Â also Â very Â rewarding,â€? Â Resch Â said. Â Â Â Four Â teams Â competed Â in Â the Â UW-ÂWhitewater Â intra-Âcampus Â level, Â and Â the Â team Â of Â graduate Â students Â Resch, Â Spencer Â Gullick, Â Abdullah Â Al-Âqahtani Â and Â Zihao Â Lin Â Â won Â the Â competition. Â The Â team Â will Â PRYH RQWR WKH ÂżQDO FRPSHWLWLRQ Feb. Â 9 Â in Â Milwaukee. Â Â Â They Â will Â compete Â against Â three Â other Â teams Â that Â won Â at Â other Â intra-Â campus Â competitions. Â The Â ACG Â cup Â is Â only Â open Â to Â graduate Â students Â and Â all Â the Â stu-Â dents Â that Â competed Â were Â pursuing Â either Â a Â degree Â in Â MBA Â or Â a Â Master Â of Â Professional Â Accountancy. Â Â Â According Â to Â ACGâ€™s Â website, Â the Â competition Â is Â carried Â out Â na-Â
tionwide Â through Â intra-Âcampus Â and Â Managing Â Director. Â Â regional Â competitions, Â and Â the Â re-Â Â Yu Â said Â Wisconsin Â has Â been Â gional Â winners Â are Â awarded Â with Â a Â KRVWLQJWKH$&*FXSIRUÂżYH\HDUV cash Â prize Â and Â the Â prestigious Â ACG Â 7KH ÂżUVW WKUHH \HDUV RQO\ 8: cup Â title. Â Â Madison, Â Marquette Â University Â and Â Â â€œStrategy Â is Â a Â big Â part Â of Â it, Â so Â UW-ÂMilwaukee Â participated Â in Â the Â the Â judges Â will Â be Â looking Â at Â what Â competition. recommendations Â or Â alternative Â Â UW-ÂWhitewater Â joined Â the Â strategies Â the Â students Â can Â pro-Â competition Â two Â years Â ago. pose,â€? Â Yu Â said. Â Â â€œIt Â has Â to Â be Â reason-Â Â Resch Â said Â she Â would Â recom-Â able, Â it Â has Â to Â make Â sense, Â and Â it Â has Â mend Â other Â students Â Â compete, Â es-Â to Â be Â creative Â for Â students Â to Â win.â€? pecially Â students Â pursuing Â a Â MPA. Â Â Â Seven Â days Â before Â the Â competi-Â Â â€œI Â think Â it Â is Â very Â essential Â to Â tion, Â the Â students Â received Â their Â cas-Â have Â MPA Â students Â in Â this Â compe-Â es, Â and Â were Â not Â allowed Â to Â receive Â tition,â€? Â Resch Â said. Â Â â€œIt Â is Â very Â es-Â any Â help Â from Â faculty Â or Â mentors, Â sential Â to Â have Â somebody Â that Â can Â Yu Â said. really Â give Â you Â a Â solid Â background Â Â Graduate Â RQWKHÂżQDQFLDOVWDWH student Â Can-Â ments.â€? dice Â Foley Â Â Graduate Â stu-Â said Â the Â team Â dent Â Spencer Â Gullick Â has Â to Â be Â con-Â said Â the Â experience Â sistent Â with Â is Â good Â for Â anyone Â the Â models Â pursuing Â a Â career Â in Â they Â use Â to Â business. Â Â evaluate Â the Â Jessica Â Resch Â â€œIf Â youâ€™re Â going Â company. graduate Â Â student to Â be Â on Â a Â manage-Â Â Â Â â€œThere Â are Â ment Â team, Â you Â need Â a Â lot Â of Â num-Â to Â understand Â the Â bers Â to Â keep Â track Â of,â€? Â Foley Â said. Â Â ÂżQDQFLDOV \RX QHHG WR XQGHUVWDQG â€œThere Â is Â a Â time Â crunch. Â Â We Â have Â where Â you Â stand Â in Â the Â market, Â and Â a Â week Â to Â do Â it Â and Â it Â is Â a Â lot Â to Â get Â you Â to Â understand Â how Â to Â work Â in Â done.â€? Â Â teams Â and Â present Â yourself Â in Â front Â Â Managing Â Director Â at Â Bridge-Â of Â a Â group,â€? Â Gullick Â said. Â Â â€œIf Â you Â wood Â Advisors Â Doug Â Marconnet Â donâ€™t Â have Â those Â experiences, Â this Â is Â and Â Yu Â have Â been Â meeting Â with Â stu-Â a Â great Â opportunity.â€? Â Â dents Â throughout Â the Â fall Â semester. Â For Â the Â regional Â competition, Â Â Yu Â said Â they Â went Â to Â training Â the Â students Â will Â work Â on Â the Â same Â sessions Â in Â Milwaukee Â and Â they Â in-Â case, Â but Â new Â variables Â and Â factors Â vited Â speakers Â to Â talk Â about Â market Â will Â be Â added Â to Â the Â case. Â Â The Â stu-Â acquisition, Â evaluation Â techniques Â dents Â will Â receive Â the Â new Â variables Â and Â presentation Â skills. Â Â one Â week Â before Â the Â competition Â Â â€œStudents Â get Â to Â develop Â rela-Â and Â present Â to Â a Â different Â panel Â of Â tionships Â with Â people Â in Â the Â indus-Â judges. try Â through Â their Â mentoring Â process Â Â The Â team Â representing Â UW-Â by Â talking Â to Â the Â judges, Â and Â the Â Madison Â won Â the Â 2012 Â ACG Â Cup Â networking Â opportunity Â and Â that Â re-Â DQG UHFHLYHG D ÂżUVW SODFH lationship Â is Â going Â to Â go Â a Â long Â way Â prize, Â and Â UW-ÂMilwaukee, Â Mar-Â for Â them Â in Â the Â job Â market,â€? Â Yu Â said. Â Â quette Â University Â and Â UW-ÂWhite-Â Â The Â judges Â for Â the Â intra-Âcampus Â water Â teams Â received Â $1,500 Â prizes Â competition Â were Â Ryan Â Chimen-Â as Â runners-Âup. Â Â ti, Â Vice Â President Â of Â Cleary Â Gull Â Â The Â regional Â competition Â is Â at Â Inc.;Íž Â Bill Â Goodman, Â President Â of Â 8:30 Â a.m. Â on Â Feb. Â 9 Â at Â the Â Milwau-Â Schenck, Â SC;Íž Â Yu, Â Associate Â Pro-Â kee Â Athletic Â Club. Â fessor Â of Â Finance;Íž Â and Â Marconnet, Â
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â€œA Â library Â is Â not Â a Â luxury Â but Â one Â of Â the Â necessities Â of Â life.â€?
WEDNESDAY January Â 30, Â 2013
Opinion Â Editor: Abbie Â Reetz
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Andersen Â Library Â should Â extend Â weekend Â hours Â Royal Purple Editorial Â Staff Â Opinion
As Â college Â students, Â most Â of Â us Â have Â hectic Â schedules. Â We Â have Â to Â balance Â school, Â homework, Â jobs, Â and Â involvement Â in Â student Â organizations Â while Â also Â trying Â to Â maintain Â a Â social Â life Â and Â get Â enough Â sleep Â to Â function Â normally. Â ,W FDQ EH GLIÂżFXOW WR ÂżQG WLPH WR VWXG\ with Â so Â many Â other Â things Â going Â on. Â For Â some, Â the Â only Â times Â they Â can Â make Â it Â to Â the Â library Â to Â use Â the Â computers, Â print Â docu-Â ments Â or Â check Â out Â books Â are Â Friday Â and Â Saturday Â nights. It Â is Â for Â this Â reason Â that Â Andersen Â Library Â should Â extend Â its Â weekend Â hours Â to Â better Â meet Â student Â needs. Currently, Â Andersen Â Library Â closes Â its Â doors Â Fridays Â at Â 6 Â p.m. Â and Â Saturdays Â at Â 5 Â p.m. Â It Â is Â understandable Â that Â the Â library Â clos-Â es Â earlier Â on Â the Â weekends Â â€“ Â many Â would Â rather Â use Â their Â weekends Â to Â go Â out Â with Â friends Â than Â study Â â€“ Â but Â it Â would Â be Â extreme-Â ly Â helpful Â to Â students Â if Â it Â stayed Â open Â just Â a Â few Â hours Â later. For Â many Â students, Â Friday Â and Â Saturday Â evenings Â are Â the Â only Â time Â they Â can Â meet Â with Â other Â students Â to Â work Â on Â group Â proj-Â ects Â due Â to Â class Â and Â work Â schedules. Â When Â you Â have Â to Â work Â with Â other Â stu-Â dents Â on Â an Â assignment Â or Â project, Â it Â can Â be Â H[WUHPHO\ GLIÂżFXOW WR ÂżQG D FRPPRQ IUHH
time Â to Â get Â together. Â Weekends Â tend Â to Â be Â the Â easiest Â times Â for Â everyone Â to Â meet, Â and Â the Â library Â is Â com-Â monly Â the Â best Â place Â to Â work Â on Â such Â proj-Â ects. Â The Â library Â provides Â all Â of Â the Â resources Â a Â group Â could Â need Â to Â work Â together Â and Â complete Â their Â projects. Additionally, Â students Â may Â need Â to Â use Â software Â the Â library Â has Â or Â print Â things Â off Â for Â classes. Â Students Â who Â donâ€™t Â live Â in Â the Â dorms Â may Â not Â have Â regular Â access Â to Â com-Â puters Â or Â printers. Â Many Â rely Â on Â the Â resources Â the Â library Â of-Â fers Â to Â complete Â homework Â and Â print Â papers. Â By Â closing Â so Â early Â on Â Friday Â and Â Saturday, Â Andersen Â Library Â is Â limiting Â the Â availability Â of Â the Â resources Â for Â these Â students. Many Â of Â the Â schools Â in Â the Â UW Â system Â including Â UW-ÂEau Â Claire, Â UW-ÂRiver Â Falls, Â UW-ÂLacrosse Â and Â UW-ÂStevens Â Point Â have Â libraries Â that Â stay Â open Â until Â at Â least Â 7 Â p.m. Â on Â the Â weekends. Â Most Â of Â these Â libraries Â close Â between Â 8 Â p.m. Â and Â 9 Â p.m. Â on Â both Â Fri-Â day Â and Â Saturday. By Â remaining Â open Â just Â two Â hours Â longer Â on Â Fridays Â and Â Saturdays Â than Â it Â currently Â does, Â Andersen Â Library Â would Â give Â students Â more Â opportunities Â to Â utilize Â the Â resources Â it Â offers. Â Students Â wouldnâ€™t Â have Â to Â rush Â during Â the Â week Â to Â get Â things Â done Â or Â worry Â about Â not Â having Â time Â to Â do Â what Â they Â need Â before Â the Â library Â closes Â on Â the Â weekends. Â They Â
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could Â take Â their Â time Â and Â achieve Â a Â higher Â quality Â of Â work Â because Â of Â it. According Â to Â a Â survey Â of Â 86 Â UW-ÂWhite-Â water Â students Â conducted Â by Â The Â Royal Â Pur-Â ple, Â the Â majority Â of Â students Â go Â to Â the Â library Â to Â work Â on Â group Â projects, Â homework Â and Â other Â individual Â projects. Â The Â majority Â of Â students Â surveyed Â said Â they Â are Â most Â likely Â to Â visit Â the Â library Â on Â Â Sunday, Â Monday, Â Tuesday Â or Â Wednesday Â nights. It Â is Â possible Â that Â Friday Â and Â Saturday Â nights Â would Â also Â appear Â on Â this Â list Â if Â the Â library Â were Â to Â adjust Â its Â hours.
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WEDNESDAY â€œWell, Â hip-Âhop Â is Â what Â makes Â the Â world Â go Â around.â€?
January Â 30, Â 2013
Lifestyle Â Editor: Abbey Â Bowen
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Getting into shape with Hip Hop Hustle By Abbey Bowen Lifestyle Â Editor
Â Hip Â Hop Â Hustle Â is Â a Â rela-Â tively Â new Â workout Â style Â that Â has Â hit Â exercise Â junkies Â by Â storm. Â It Â combines Â high-Âenergy Â dance Â moves Â with Â hip Â hop Â music Â to Â cre-Â ate Â a Â workout. Â Â The Â exercise Â has Â recently Â MRLQHG WKH VFKHGXOH RI JURXS ÂżW ness Â classes Â offered Â through Â UW-Â Whitewaterâ€™s Â Recreation Â Sports Â and Â Facilities. Â The Â class Â is Â cur-Â rently Â taught Â by Â seniors Â Emilee Â Sobucki Â and Â Cassie Â Schaut. Â Â Â Schaut Â said Â the Â addition Â of Â Hip Â Hop Â Hustle Â ZDV ÂżUVW VXJ Schaut gested Â last Â year Â by Â UW-ÂWhitewater Â alumnae Â Alissa Â Papendieck, Â the Â former Â JURXSÂżWQHVVPDQDJHU )RXU JURXS ÂżWQHVV LQVWUXF tors Â traveled Â to Â Madison Â and Â got Â FHUWLÂżHG ZLWK D FRPSDQ\ FDOOHG Powder Â Blue Â after Â a Â six-Âhour Â FODVV7KHFHUWLÂżFDWLRQLQFOXGHVD practical Â test Â that Â examines Â how Â well Â a Â potential Â instructor Â can Â ex-Â ecute Â moves. Â 2QH RI WKH FXUUHQW JURXS ÂżW ness Â managers, Â senior Â Stephanie Â Punda, Â said Â Hip Â Hop Â Hustle Â is Â a Â full Â body Â workout Â that Â is Â attrac-Â tive Â to Â patrons Â because Â it Â is Â simi-Â lar Â to Â Zumba. Â Â â€œIt Â doesnâ€™t Â feel Â like Â a Â work-Â
out;Íž Â youâ€™re Â having Â fun Â by Â danc-Â ing,â€? Â Schaut Â said. Â â€œYou Â donâ€™t Â re-Â alize Â youâ€™re Â working Â up Â a Â sweat.â€? Â Â Schaut Â explained Â the Â class Â is Â divided Â into Â blocks Â and Â shows. Â When Â learning Â a Â show, Â patrons Â learn Â each Â section Â separately, Â and Â then Â put Â all Â of Â the Â moves Â together Â at Â the Â end. Â The Â end Â of Â the Â show Â can Â also Â turn Â into Â a Â dance Â battle. Â Â Â The Â moves Â in Â a Â show Â are Â cho-Â reographed Â to Â a Â particular Â song. Â Â Blocks, Â on Â the Â other Â hand, Â are Â learned Â at Â a Â slower Â pace Â than Â sec-Â tions Â of Â a Â show, Â and Â the Â moves Â are Â QRWVHWWRDVSHFLÂżFVRXQGWUDFN Â â€œI Â think Â [the Â best Â part Â is] Â when Â everything Â comes Â together Â in Â the Â end Â with Â music,â€? Â Schaut Â said. Â â€œEveryone Â is Â having Â a Â blast Â 7OV[VZ\ITP[[LK doing Â it.â€? Â :LUPVY*HZZPL:JOH\[[LHJOLZV[OLYNYV\WĂ„[ULZZPUZ[Y\J[VYZOV^[VL_LJ\[L[OLTV]LZVM/PW/VW/\Z[SL:[\KLU[Z Â This Â semester, Â Hip Â Hop Â Hus-Â PU[LYLZ[LKPUNL[[PUNJLY[PĂ„LK[V[LHJO[OLJSHZZJHUH[[LUKHWYVNYHTVMMLYLK[OYV\NOHJVTWHU`JHSSLK7V^KLY)S\L tle Â classes Â are Â offered Â on Â Mon-Â days Â at Â 5:30 Â p.m. Â 3XQGD VDLG JURXS ÂżWQHVV LQ structors Â are Â trying Â to Â encour-Â age Â more Â men Â to Â attend Â Hip Â Hop Â Â Hustle Â classes. Â Â â€œItâ€™s Â fun Â for Â both Â genders,â€? Â Punda Â said. Â â€œGuys Â are Â reluctant Â to Â try Â it, Â but Â itâ€™s Â fun Â if Â you Â can Â get Â a Â big Â group Â of Â guys Â together.â€? Â Â In Â addition Â to Â offering Â class-Â es, Â there Â will Â be Â a Â clinic Â held Â on Â Feb. Â 2 Â in Â the Â Williams Â Center Â for Â anyone Â who Â is Â interested Â in Â get-Â WLQJFHUWLÂżHGDVD+LS+RS+XVWOH instructor. Â 7OV[VZ\ITP[[LK BowenAK15@uww.edu
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sas Â nominated Â him Â to Â participate Â in Â the Â Center Â for Â Third Â World Â Or-Â ,QĂ€XHQFH SDVVLRQ JRRG LQ ganizing Â in Â California. Â He Â later Â tent Â and Â commitment Â are Â quali-Â graduated Â from Â their Â national Â or-Â ties Â chosen Â by Â UW-ÂWhitewater Â ganizer-Âtraining Â program Â in Â 1992. Â students Â and Â administrators Â to Â Â He Â later Â earned Â his Â masters Â describe Â the Â late Â Tomas Â Garrett-Â in Â Sociology Â from Â the Â University Â Rosas, Â a Â former Â sociology Â profes-Â of Â Illinois Â at Â Chicago, Â as Â well Â as Â sor. Â a Â doctorate Â in Â Â G a r r e t t -Â R o -Â urban Â studies Â sas, Â 38, Â passed Â from Â the Â UW-Â e Â taught Â me] Â away Â Jan. Â Â 6. Â Milwaukee. Â Â Garrett-ÂRosas Â the Â great Â value Â in Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Because Â of Â shared Â his Â inspir-Â experi-Â following Â your Â heart Â to Â his Â ing Â life Â story Â with Â ences, Â Garrett-Â his Â students Â and Â do Â what Â is Â best Â for Â oth-Â Rosas Â was Â a Â colleagues. Â ers Â in Â your Â community. Â proponent Â of Â Â He Â was Â a Â for-Â Susan Â Huss-ÂLederman, higher Â edu-Â mer Â gang Â mem-Â His Â professor cation. Â ber Â raised Â in Â the Â research Â stud-Â south Â side Â of Â ies Â mainly Â fo-Â Milwaukee. Â After Â cused Â on Â the Â dropping Â out Â of Â high Â school, Â Ro-Â importance Â of Â community Â mem-Â VDVÂżQDOO\OHIWWKHJDQJOLIH bers Â working Â to Â make Â educational Â Â A Â close Â friend Â of Â Garrett-ÂRo-Â opportunities Â available Â to Â minori-Â Staff Â Writer
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ties. Â Â Larry Â Neuman, Â department Â chair Â of Â sociology, Â anthropology Â and Â criminal Â Justice, Â said Â he Â ad-Â mired Â Garrett-Â Rosasâ€™ Â creative Â approach Â to Â teaching. Â The Â depart-Â ment Â was Â most Â impressed Â with Â Garrett-ÂRosasâ€™ Â Rengstorf connections Â and Â credentials Â he Â had Â established Â while Â participating Â in Â community Â service Â efforts Â in Â the Â Milwaukee Â area, Â Neuman Â added. Â â€œ[Garrett-ÂRosas] Â provided Â a Â unique Â perspective Â for Â colleagues Â and Â students Â because Â he Â did Â not Â experience Â a Â traditional Â education Â like Â most Â professors,â€? Â Neuman Â said. Â Â Freshman Â Samantha Â Rengstorf Â said Â Garret-ÂRosasâ€™ Â main Â objective Â
was Â to Â teach Â that Â â€œperseverance Â is Â key Â in Â life.â€? Â In Â just Â one Â semester, Â *DUUHWW5RVDV LQĂ€XHQFHG 5HQJ storfâ€™s Â academic Â career. Â Â Â After Â taking Â Garrett-ÂRosasâ€™ Â social Â problems Â class, Â Rengstorf Â said Â she Â changed Â her Â major Â to Â so-Â ciology Â with Â an Â Leija emphasis Â in Â so-Â cial Â work. Â Â Â Garrett-ÂRosas Â captivated Â his Â students Â and Â colleagues Â because Â of Â the Â strong Â way Â in Â which Â he Â conveyed Â his Â ideas. Â Â Â Junior Â Jennifer Â Leija Â de-Â scribed Â Garrett-ÂRosasâ€™ Â teaching Â style Â as Â straight Â to Â the Â point Â and Â engaging. Â Â â€œIâ€™ve Â never Â had Â a Â professor Â reference Â the Â work Â of Â a Â rapper Â during Â class,â€? Â Leija Â said. Â â€œIt Â was Â so Â cool.â€?
Â Garrett-ÂRosas Â highly Â encour-Â aged Â participation. Â He Â established Â an Â open, Â accepting Â environment Â for Â students Â to Â share Â their Â opin-Â ions Â and Â reactions Â to Â course Â con-Â tent. Â â€œ[He Â taught Â me] Â the Â great Â value Â in Â following Â your Â heart Â to Â do Â what Â is Â best Â for Â others Â in Â your Â community,â€? Â Susan Â Huss-ÂLeder-Â man, Â associate Â professor Â of Â lan-Â guages Â and Â literatures, Â said. Â Â In Â Garrett-ÂRosasâ€™ Â honor Â and Â in Â recognition Â of Â his Â tradition Â of Â helping Â others, Â a Â fund Â titled Â The Â Tomas Â Garrett-ÂRosas Â Memorial Â Education Â Fund Â was Â established Â WREHQHÂżW*DUUHWW5RVDVÂśWZRFKLO dren, Â Tomas Â and Â Nyia. Â Â Although Â one Â semester Â was Â not Â nearly Â long Â enough, Â that Â is Â all Â it Â took Â for Â Garrett-ÂRosas Â to Â in-Â spire Â his Â students Â and Â colleagues. Â RamirezAP03@email@example.com
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“Whoever neglects the arts when he is young has lost the past and is dead to the future.”
WEDNESDAY January 30, 2013
Arts & Rec Editor: Ben Holzhueter
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WEDNESDAY â€œDonâ€™t Â measure Â yourself Â by Â what Â you Â have Â accomplished, Â but Â by Â what Â you Â should Â have Â accomplished Â with Â your Â ability.â€? -ÂJohn Â Wooden
January Â 30, Â 2013
Sports Â Editor: Zach Â Hicks
Assistant Â Editor: Andrew Â Bayliss PAGE Â 10
Young assumes veteran role Feature By Justin St. Peter Staff Â Writer
Quardell Young was born to play basketball. The leading scorer for the Warhawks menâ€™s basketball team said he has been playing the game since he was 10 months old. He is a big reason why the â€™Hawks currently own the tiebreaker over UW-Stout for second place in the WIAC. The sophomore point guard majors in broadcast journalism and aspires to be either a sports writer or reporter someday. Outside of basketball and class, he enjoys hanging out with friends and gaming. When asked about it, he lit up, talking about how he has Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3. He loves to play NBA 2K13, Madden, and Call of Duty: Black Ops 2. He played football in middle school and for a short time in high school, but decided it was not for him. â€œI really wanted to focus on one sport and felt basketball was my sport, and I really didnâ€™t want to multitask with both of them,â€? he said The â€™Hawks are glad that he stuck with it. He started 11 games last year as a freshman and was a key contributor off the bench in the â€™Hawksâ€™ run to a national title. This year, he has started all but one game. Not only is he the leading scorer with 11.9 points per game, he also leads the team with four assists per game and leads the team in steals. â€œUsually when he plays well, we do well,â€? center Luke Knoble said. â€œHeâ€™s gotten to be a better
Sophomore Quardell Young has taken a big step forward this season, both in terms of statistics and leadership, teammate Luke Knoble said. By consistently driving into the lane, Young currently leads the team in scoring (11.6 ppg) and assists (3.8 apg).
leader, too, as time has gone on. This is not the only team that he led, though. In high school, he led Kenosha Bradford to two regional championships, two straight sectional Ă€QDOV DSSHDU ances and was named team MVP in his junior and senior seasons. Knoble â€œHe was the quiet heartbeat of our program,â€? said Kenosha Bradford menâ€™s basketball coach Damon James. â€œHe was an excellent teammate off the court as well, a good leader, a good role model for the guys.â€? When asked about how his team did in high school, he nev-
er said anything about his team awards. He just focused on how the team improved his three years at the school. â€œHeâ€™s all about his team, heâ€™s not an â€˜Iâ€™ type of kid at all,â€? James said. â€œHeâ€™s a â€˜weâ€™ type of kid. 9HU\UDUHO\GR\RXĂ€QGWKDWNLQG of hard worker.â€? Young was not content with how he played last year and worked hard to improve, especially his outside shooting. â€œLast year, teams would sag off me, play off me,â€? Young said. Â´,ZRXOGQÂˇWKDYHWKHFRQĂ€GHQFHLQ myself to shoot the outside shot.â€? As a result of his offseason work, his 3-point shooting percentage has improved, forcing teams to respect it. That helps open driving lanes,
where he leads the team in trips to the free throw lane by a wide margin. Young wants the fans to know that cheering helps spur on the team. â€œEvery little bit helps, like yelling, screaming, some chants, some motivations. Itâ€™s good momentum,â€? Young said. The â€™Hawks need all the help they can to be able to win the WIAC and claim their second straight national championship. Young will be a huge part of that. â€œSeeing that the national championship is the best, itâ€™s hard to achieve that again,â€? Young said. Â´,WÂˇVDKXJHJRDOVRLWÂˇVGHĂ€QLWHO\ something to work toward.â€? StPeterJR26@uww.edu
Gymnasts vaulting for another title Gymnastics By Kevin Cunningham Staff Â Writer
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Â With Â the Â Super Â Bowl Â near-Â LQJ IRRWEDOO VHDVRQ LV ÂżQDOO\ approaching Â its Â end. Â For Â UW-Â Whitewater, Â the Â football Â season Â ended Â much Â sooner Â than Â we Â are Â DFFXVWRPHG WR 7KUHH ORVVHV E\ our Â football Â team Â meant Â the Â loss Â RIDSRVWVHDVRQRSSRUWXQLW\ While Â Division Â I Â schools Â with Â WKUHH ORVVHV HDVLO\ PDNH ERZO JDPHV WR PDNH WKH 'LYLVLRQ ,,, IRRWEDOO SOD\RII WRXUQDPHQW D team Â must Â either Â win Â its Â confer-Â HQFHRUKDYHRQO\RQHORVV ,WLVLQFUHGLEO\UDUHIRUDWZR ORVVWHDPWRPDNHWKHWRXUQDPHQW So, Â while Â the Â sentiment Â around Â campus Â was Â disappointment Â and Â questions Â such Â as, Â â€œIs Â the Â football Â WHDP UHDOO\ QRW that Â good Â this Â \HDU"Â´ The Â answer Â LV VLPSO\ \HV WKH\ ZHUH JRRG DQG , WKLQN ZH Commentary can Â expect Â them Â by Zach Hicks WR EH KXQJU\ Sports Editor next Â season Â to Â return Â to Â their Â nation-Âbest Â status. Despite Â the Â football Â team Â not Â PDNLQJ WKH SOD\RIIV WKDW GRHV not Â mean Â we Â are Â without Â excit-Â ing Â and Â talented Â athletes Â compet-Â ing Â this Â winter Â and Â spring. Â In Â fact, Â LW LV YHU\ SRVVLEOH ZH FRXOG VHH PRUHVXFFHVVWKDQODVW\HDUZKHQ :KLWHZDWHUDWKOHWLFVZRQÂżYHQD tional Â championships, Â in Â menâ€™s Â EDVNHWEDOOJ\PQDVWLFVPHQÂśVDQG ZRPHQÂśV ZKHHOFKDLU EDVNHWEDOO and Â football. The Â menâ€™s Â and Â womenâ€™s Â ZKHHOFKDLU EDVNHWEDOO WHDPV ZLOO EH ORRNLQJ WR UHSHDW $OWKRXJK the Â menâ€™s Â team Â lost Â a Â lot Â of Â talent Â DIWHU ODVW VHDVRQ WKH\ ZLOO ORRN WR XSKROG WKH WUDGLWLRQ WKH\ KDYH RIEHLQJDQDWLRQDOSRZHU$VIRU WKH ZRPHQÂśV WHDP WKH\ DUH XQ GHIHDWHG DQG KDYH DUJXDEO\ WKH EHVWSOD\HULQWKHZRUOG0DUHLNH $GHUPDQQZDVWKHOHDGLQJVFRUHU IRU KHU *HUPDQ 2O\PSLF WHDP that Â won Â the Â gold Â medal. 0HQÂśVEDVNHWEDOOKDVKDGVXF cess Â so Â far Â this Â season Â as Â well. Â No Â ORQJHU ZLWK D 7RS UDQNLQJ WKH team Â has Â hit Â some Â speed Â bumps Â LQ :,$& SOD\ EXW GHVSLWH IRXU losses Â and Â three Â in Â the Â conference, Â WKHWHDPSDVVHVWKHÂłH\HWHVWÂ´RU ORRNVOLNHDWHDPWKDWFRXOGPDNH a Â run Â in Â the Â tournament. 7KHZRPHQÂśVEDVNHWEDOOWHDP LV ÂżUVW LQ WKH :,$& DQG LV ZHOO RQ WKH ZD\ WR LWV ÂżUVW :,$& WL tle Â since Â 2010 Â and Â sixth Â straight Â 1&$$7RXUQDPHQWEHUWK
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The Â wrestling Â team Â is Â 11-Â2 Â and Â undefeated Â in Â conference Â play, Â ranked Â No. Â 13 Â in Â the Â nation. Â The Â menâ€™s Â and Â womenâ€™s Â track Â teams Â are Â ranked Â No. Â 4 Â and Â No. Â 9 Â in Â the Â country. Â 7KH EDVHEDOO WHDP DOVR LV poised Â for Â a Â great Â year, Â with Â cor-Â QHULQÂżHOGHUV-DUHG)RQDQG0DU ty Â Herum Â anchoring Â the Â lineup. Â Â The Â gymnastics Â team Â is Â looking Â to Â defend Â their Â national Â title. Â After Â a Â record-Âsetting Â weekend Â LQ 7H[DV WKDW JRDO PD\ EH YHU\ PXFK LQ UHDFK 7KH UXJE\ WHDP too, Â will Â look Â to Â make Â a Â national Â title Â run. )RRWEDOO PLJKW EH RYHU EXW WKLV LV PD\EH WKH PRVW H[FLWLQJ time Â for Â Warhawk Â Athletics. Â So Â many Â teams Â are Â ranked Â highly Â DQGZLOOPDNHDELJVSODVKFRPH post-Âseason Â time. Â This Â weekend, Â the Â Warhawk Â Classic Â will Â take Â place Â for Â the Â ZRPHQDQGWKHPHQÂśVEDVNHWEDOO
team Â plays Â at Â home Â Wednesday Â and Â Saturday. Â Swimming Â and Â 'LYLQJPHQÂśVDQGZRPHQÂśV DOVR ZLOOEHDWKRPHRQ6DWXUGD\ :H DUH NQRZQ IRU IRRWEDOO Once Â in Â rural Â Kentucky, Â I Â was Â ap-Â SURDFKHG E\ D VWUDQJHU ZKR VDZ my Â UW-ÂWhitewater Â t-Âshirt Â and Â asked Â if Â I Â went Â to Â school Â there. Â I Â replied Â yes, Â and Â he Â told Â me Â he Â followed Â the Â programâ€™s Â success. +H PLJKW QRW KDYH VDLG DQ\ WKLQJ DERXW WKH RWKHU VXFFHVVIXO SURJUDPV ZH KDYH WKLV VHDVRQ EXW WKDW GRHV QRW PHDQ RXU VWX GHQWERG\VKRXOGWXUQDEOLQGH\H 7KHUH DUH LQFUHGLEO\ WDOHQWHG DWKOHWHV RQ \RXU Ă€RRU LQ \RXU classes Â or Â walking Â right Â next Â to Â you. Â Go Â see Â them Â play. Â Itâ€™s Â not Â just Â WKH IRRWEDOO WHDP WKDWÂśV SOD\LQJ RQDQHOLWHOHYHO
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Sophomore Lacy Beck competed at the University of Northern Iowa last weekend. The team will be competing at home in the Warhawk Classic at noon on Feb. 2.
Womenâ€™s Track By Shawn Poole Staff Â Writer
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Nineteen Â freshmen Â and Â 15 Â sophomores Â on Â a Â team Â of Â 48 Â is Â un-Â common Â when Â looking Â at Â a Â colle-Â giate Â sports Â roster. Â Yet, Â this Â is Â what Â fans Â will Â see Â when Â watching Â the Â 2012-Â2013 Â Â womenâ€™s Â track Â team Â this Â season. Â For Â the Â â€™Hawks, Â this Â is Â not Â un-Â charted Â territory. Â The Â teamâ€™s Â roster Â FRQVLVWHG RI IUHVKPHQ DQG ÂżYH sophomores, Â on Â a Â team Â of Â only Â 35 Â athletes Â last Â season. Â /DVW VHDVRQ WKH WHDP ÂżQLVKHG in Â the Â middle Â of Â the Â WIAC. Â The Â â€™Hawks Â were Â in Â third Â place Â after Â WKH ÂżUVW GD\ RI the Â champion-Â ships Â and Â ended Â XSÂżQLVKLQJIRXUWK RYHUDOO :LWK KLJK expectations Â fol-Â lowing Â the Â third Â SODFH ÂżQLVK WKH Johnson team Â notched Â a Â VWSODFHÂżQLVKDWWKH1&$$'LYL sion-ÂIII Â Championships Â in Â March. Â After Â a Â strong Â season Â last Â year, Â head Â coach Â Mike Â Johnson Â is Â excited Â for Â this Â upcoming Â season. â€œOur Â team Â has Â dramatically Â in-Â FUHDVHG LQ RYHUDOO QXPEHUV WDOHQW DQGGHSWKÂ´-RKQVRQVDLGÂł7KDWEH LQJVDLGZHKDYHKLJKH[SHFWDWLRQV this Â year.â€? Â Returning Â to Â the Â â€™Hawksâ€™ Â roster Â
DUH ÂżYH $FDGHPLF $OO$PHULFDQV from Â last Â season: Â Amanda Â Brom Â PLGGLVWDQFH %HWK 'UHLNRVHQ (sprints/400m), Â Simone Â Koenen Â P /RU\Q.UHVVLQSROHYDXOW DQG6KHOE\0DKUWKURZV All-ÂAmerican Â high-Âjumper Â 6KHOE\'HPRVJUDGXDWHGODVW\HDU 'HPRV WRRN VHFRQG SODFH ODVW \HDU DW WKH 1&$$ 'LYLVLRQ,,, Track Â and Â Field Â Championships, Â recording Â a Â jump Â of Â 5â€™ Â 8â€?. Â â€œOur Â staff Â always Â has Â the Â expec-Â WDWLRQ WR GHYHORS JUHDW SHRSOH EXW also Â great Â athletes.â€? Â Johnson Â said. Â â€œOur Â team Â has Â great Â chemistry, Â and Â that Â in Â itself Â leads Â to Â great Â things.â€? Â Senior Â high Â jumper Â Laura Â 6WURKPDLHUZLOOEHORRNLQJWREXLOG off Â her Â success Â from Â last Â season. Â )LQLVKLQJ ÂżUVW DW the Â North Â Central Â College Â Quadran-Â JXODU DQG VHYHQWK DWWKH.HHOHU,QYLWH LQ 1DSHUYLOOH VKH KRSHV WR LPSURYH this Â year. Â Strohmaier â€œMy Â goals Â for Â this Â season Â are Â to Â stay Â healthy, Â to Â place Â top Â three Â in Â conference, Â and Â to Â place Â at Â nationals.â€? Â Strohmaier Â said. Â Â She Â has Â started Â off Â this Â season Â DOUHDG\ ZLWK D ÂżUVW SODFH ÂżQLVK LQ WKH.DUO6FKOHQGHU,QYLWH6DWXUGD\ Jan. Â 19. Â Â Her Â winning Â jump Â was Â a Â KHLJKWRIÂśÂ´WKHWKEHVWLQ 'LYLVLRQ,,,VRIDUWKLVVHDVRQ)RU WDNLQJKRPHÂżUVWSODFH/DXUDZDV named Â UW-ÂWhitewaterâ€™s Â track Â and Â ÂżHOGDWKOHWHRIWKHZHHN $OVR UHFHLYLQJ WKH KRQRU RI UW-ÂWhitewater Â athlete Â of Â the Â week Â was Â sophomore Â Amanda Â Brom. Â Her Â time Â of Â 60.25 Â in Â the Â 400-Âmeter Â run Â ZDVWRSVDWWKHLQYLWH â€œAmanda Â Brom Â is Â coming Â off Â of Â NCAA Â experience Â in Â the Â 800-Âmeter Â and Â the Â 4x4 Â relay Â as Â a Â sophomore.â€? Â Johnson Â said. Johnson Â said Â the Â underclassmen Â RQ KLV WHDP KDYH WKH SRWHQWLDO WR make Â a Â serious Â impact Â on Â the Â sea-Â son. The Â â€™Hawks Â are Â ranked Â ninth Â in Â the Â nation, Â according Â to Â the Â NCAA Â 'LYLVLRQ,,, &RDFKHVÂś 3ROO 7KH\ are Â also Â the Â coachesâ€™ Â preseason Â se-Â lection Â to Â win Â the Â WIAC, Â which Â is Â a Â top Â conference Â in Â the Â nation Â for Â Track Â and Â Field. 3RROH6'#XZZHGX
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Menâ€™s Â track Â aims Â to Â continue Â climbing Â the Â WIAC Â ladder should Â be Â that Â much Â stronger Â this Â year Â as Â well,â€? Â Johnson Â said. Â â€œWe Â had Â a Â really Â good Â freshmen Â recruit-Â By Erik Lewis ing Â class, Â so Â part Â of Â it Â is Â the Â adjust-Â Staff Â Writer ment Â from Â college Â track. Â Itâ€™s Â a Â lon-Â The Â Warhawks Â menâ€™s Â track Â ger Â season.â€? team Â is Â off Â and Â running Â on Â another Â Watson Â seconded Â his Â coachesâ€™ Â indoor Â season. Â The Â â€™Hawks Â came Â opinion. into Â the Â season Â with Â a Â No. Â 5 Â pre-Â â€œI Â think Â theyâ€™re Â going Â to Â step Â season Â ranking Â (currently Â fourth) Â XSÂżQHDQGÂżOOLQLQWKHSODFHVZH DIWHU D VHFRQG SODFH ÂżQLVK LQ WKH need,â€? Â Watson Â WIAC Â last Â sea-Â said. Â â€œWe Â have Â son. Â great Â older Â guys Â â€œItâ€™s Â exciting Â on Â the Â team Â that Â to Â be Â No. Â 5 Â com-Â are Â great Â mentors. Â ing Â into Â meets, Â I Â think Â theyâ€™re Â but Â I Â think Â weâ€™re Â going Â to Â see Â that Â all Â kind Â of Â fo-Â and Â step Â up Â with Â cused Â on Â getting Â Watson Johnson the Â older Â guys Â as Â there Â and Â then Â re-Â well.â€? ally Â going Â after Â it Â versus Â the Â stand-Â Some Â notable Â runners Â include Â ings Â nowadays,â€? Â junior Â thrower Â freshman Â Bryce Â Rudebeck, Â who Â Benjamin Â Watson Â said. will Â be Â the Â â€™Hawks Â main Â 400-Âmeter Â The Â â€™Hawks Â lost Â senior Â sprinter Â runner Â this Â season, Â and Â freshman Â Matt Â Santas Â to Â graduation, Â who Â pole Â vaulter Â Kaewon Â Reynolds. Â was Â part Â of Â the Â Senior Â long Â 4x200 Â and Â the Â jumper Â Dave Â 4x400 Â relay Â Kuczynski, Â the Â teams, Â but Â the Â team Â captain Â and Â lot Â of Â guys Â were Â remaining Â three Â one Â of Â the Â â€™Hawks Â younger Â last Â year, Â so Â we Â members Â of Â the Â All-ÂAmericans, Â is Â record-Âbreaking Â should Â be Â that Â much Â stron-Â also Â back. Â Kuc-Â relay Â teams Â are Â ger Â this Â year Â as Â well. ]\QVNL ÂżQLVKHG back. Â Mike Â Johnson, second Â in Â the Â long Â Senior Â hur-Â head Â coach jump Â at Â Indoor Â dler Â and Â jumper Â Nationals Â in Â 2012. Marcus Â Smith Â Johnson Â said Â is Â going Â to Â be Â he Â expects Â to Â use Â an Â impact Â runner Â for Â the Â â€™Hawks. Â some Â runners Â in Â different Â positions Â Smith Â has Â already Â broken Â the Â UW-Â than Â they Â are Â used Â to Â because Â the Â Whitewaterâ€™s Â 60-Âmeter Â hurdles Â re-Â â€™Hawks Â do Â not Â have Â a Â lot Â of Â depth Â cord Â this Â season Â with Â a Â time Â of Â 8.15 Â in Â some Â events Â this Â season. Â seconds. Â Â â€œYouâ€™ve Â got Â to Â rely Â on Â your Â What Â is Â exciting Â to Â head Â coach Â Â strengths,â€? Â Johnson Â said. Â â€œHope-Â Mike Â Johnson Â is Â the Â youth Â of Â his Â fully Â in Â the Â areas Â that Â we Â donâ€™t Â quite Â team Â this Â season. Â Thirty-Âthree Â of Â have Â the Â depth Â weâ€™d Â hoped, Â at Â least Â the Â â€™Hawks Â runners Â are Â underclass-Â weâ€™re Â top Â heavy. Â Weâ€™ve Â got Â two Â tri-Â men. Â That Â youth Â also Â means Â there Â ple Â jumpers, Â thatâ€™s Â not Â a Â lot Â of Â depth Â will Â be Â a Â bit Â of Â a Â learning Â curve Â there, Â but Â weâ€™ve Â got Â Marcus Â Smith, Â early Â in Â the Â season, Â but Â that Â should Â whoâ€™s Â the Â number Â one Â jumper Â in Â the Â not Â take Â long. Â country.â€? Â Â â€œA Â lot Â of Â the Â guys Â on Â the Â team Â were Â younger Â last Â year, Â so Â we Â LewisES30@uww.edu
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second Â victory Â of Â the Â season Â against Â No. Â 15 Â UW-ÂStevens Â Point. Â on Â Wednesday. Â Saturday Â saw Â the Â The Â menâ€™s Â basketball Â team Â Âś+DZNVKDQJRQWRÂżUVWSODFHLQWKH went Â 1-Â1 Â this Â week. Â After Â losing Â WIAC, Â after Â defeating Â UW-Â Â Eau Â a Â game Â Wednesday Â night Â to Â UW-Â Claire Â 57-Â43. Stevens Â Point, Â ranked Â No. Â 7 Â in Â the Â FRXQWU\DQGÂżUVWLQWKH:,$&WKH Wrestling team Â rebounded Â Saturday. Â The Â â€™Hawks Â defeated Â UW-Â Â Eau Â Claire Â The Â No. Â 13 Â ranked Â wrestling Â on Â the Â road Â 72-Â63. team Â went Â 3-Â0 Â at Â the Â Rocky Â Roco-Â 7KH WHDP QRZ KDV ÂżYH RI LWV co Â Boarder Â Brawl Â Duals Â this Â past Â next Â six Â games Â at Â home, Â including Â weekend. Â The Â team Â remains Â unde-Â games Â Wednesday Â against Â UW-ÂLa Â feated Â in Â the Â WIAC Â after Â defeating Â Crosse Â and Â Saturday Â against Â non-Â No.5 Â UW-ÂLa Â Crosse Â on Â Jan. Â 18. WIAC Â foe Â St. Â Norbertâ€™s. The Â wrestlers Â will Â face Â a Â test Â this Â weekend Â in Â Wheaton, Â Ill. Â The Â Womenâ€™s Â Basketball team Â will Â use Â the Â tournament Â and Â a Â match Â against Â UW-ÂParkside Â to Â The Â â€™Hawks Â went Â undefeated Â prepare Â for Â the Â WIAC Â Tournament Â again Â last Â week, Â including Â their Â on Â Feb. Â 17. Menâ€™s Â Basketball
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