March Â 5, Â 2014
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Russia Â invades Â Ukraine
Lady Â â€™Hawks Â go Â for Â gold
By Michael Riley Staff Â Writer
NCGA Â National Â Championship Â set Â for Â March Â 21 Â to Â 22 Â in Â NY By Justin Schultz Staff Â Writer
The Â UW-ÂWhitewater Â gym-Â nastics Â team Â is Â headed Â to Â New Â York Â for Â the Â National Â Champi-Â onship Â once Â again. After Â winning Â last Â yearâ€™s Â regional, Â the Â Warhawks, Â who Â KRVWHGWKHPHHWÂżQLVKHGLQVHF ond Â place Â at Â the Â WIAC Â Cham-Â pionship Â on Â Sunday, Â earning Â them Â a Â trip Â to Â the Â NCGA Â Na-Â tional Â Championship Â on Â March Â 21 Â to Â 22. Â UW-ÂLa Â Crosse Â and Â 8:2VKNRVKDOVRTXDOLÂżHG 7KH :DUKDZNVÂś ÂżQDO VFRUH ZDVÂżQLVKLQJMXVWEH KLQGÂżUVWSODFH8:/D&URVVH which Â scored Â 188.200. Â UW-Â 2VKNRVK ÂżQLVKHG WKLUG ZLWK D score Â of Â 185.75. Even Â though Â the Â team Â won Â the Â regional Â a Â year Â ago, Â junior Â
Hannah Â Lee Â said Â they Â are Â not Â GLVDSSRLQWHG DERXW WKHLU VHF RQGSODFHÂżQLVK â€œI Â think Â overall Â we Â per-Â formed Â very Â well,â€? Â Lee Â said. Â Âł:HKDGDIHZGLIIHUHQWEXPSV DQGEUXLVHVDORQJWKHZD\EXW, donâ€™t Â think Â disappointed Â would Â EH WKH ULJKW word Â to Â use. Â It Â GHÂżQLWHO\ PR tivated Â us. Â We Â went Â out Â there Â and Â fought Â our Â hearts Â out.â€? Freshman Â Lee M c K e n z i e Â Foster Â and Â Lee Â opened Â the Â meet Â ZLWKÂżUVWDQGVHFRQGSODFHÂżQ LVKHVLQWKHEDODQFHEHDPHYHQW with Â scores Â of Â 9.725 Â and Â 9.625, Â respectively. Â Fosterâ€™s Â score Â was Â good Â enough Â for Â third Â in Â :KLWHZDWHUÂśVUHFRUGERRN Lee Â said Â she Â was Â proud Â of Â KHUSHUVRQDOSHUIRUPDQFHEXW
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On Â March Â 2, Â President Â Barack Â 2EDPD DQG RWKHU ZRUOG OHDGHUV tried Â to Â resolve Â the Â current Â crisis Â in Â Ukraine, Â as Â the Â new Â Ukrainian Â government Â placed Â its Â military Â on Â â€œhigh Â alertâ€? Â after Â more Â than Â 6,000 Â Russian Â troops Â advanced Â into Â the Â Crimean Â Peninsula. Â UW-ÂWhitewater Â junior Â Geza Â Szakacsâ€™ Â father, Â cousins Â and Â grand-Â parents Â live Â in Â the Â northwest Â part Â of Â Hungary, Â approximately Â a Â three-Â KRXUGULYHIURPWKH8NUDLQLDQERU der. Â Â Szakacs Â said Â he Â was Â surprised Â that, Â despite Â the Â gravity Â of Â the Â event, Â KLVIDPLO\KDV\HWWREHHIIHFWHG â€œI Â think Â itâ€™s Â important Â for Â people Â to Â know Â whatâ€™s Â happening Â around Â them, Â especially Â outside Â their Â own Â â€˜world,â€™â€? Â Szakacs Â said. Â Â â€œAlso, Â I Â think Â people Â need Â to Â have Â some Â un-Â derstanding Â of Â how Â much Â effect Â this Â issue Â has Â on Â millions Â of Â people Â in Â Ukraine.â€? The Â Group Â of Â Seven Â Nations Â (G7), Â including Â the Â United Â States, Â
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A Â speaker Â whose Â comments Â stirred Â up Â controversy Â in Â a Â general Â education Â class Â has Â pushed Â the Â University Â of Â Wisconsin-ÂWhitewa-Â ter Â into Â the Â national Â spotlight. Â Former Â Milwaukee Â county Â supervisor Â Eyon Â Biddle Â was Â secretly Â recorded Â while Â speaking Â to Â a Â GenEd Â 130 Â class. Â It Â was Â posted Â to Â multiple Â social Â media Â accounts. Â Â Campus Â 5HIRUPZDVWKHÂżUVWVLWHWRPDNHLWSXEOLF ,QWKHYLGHR%LGGOHLVKHDUGWDONLQJDERXW the Â 2010 Â Wisconsin Â Senate Â Elections. Â Âł7KHFRQWH[WRIZDVZKLWHUDJHWREH honest Â with Â you,â€? Â Biddle Â said. Â â€œWhite Â people Â KDYLQJWRSD\IRUKHDOWKFDUHIRUEODFNVEURZQV DQGJD\VUDFLVPZLWKWKHÂżUVWEODFNSUHVLGHQW like Â you Â saw.â€? %LGGOH VDLG :LVFRQVLQ GLVWULFWV EHJDQ WR EHFRPHPRUHZKLWHDQGPRUH5HSXEOLFDQ University Â employees Â may Â not Â engage Â in Â political Â campaign Â activities, Â may Â not Â use Â state Â resources Â to Â engage Â in Â political Â campaigning Â
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45 years of history, success
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team Â here Â at Â UW-ÂWhitewater. â€œI Â never Â got Â any Â write-Âups Â or Â rec-Â ognition Â based Â on Â what Â I Â did Â on Â the Â IRRWEDOO ÂżHOG EHFDXVH RI P\ FRORU VRWKDWKDVGHÂżQLWHO\FKDQJHGDORWÂ´ Robinson Â said. Â The Â campus Â has Â still Â not Â escaped Â racial Â insensitivity. Â In Â November Â 2010, Â three Â cars Â that Â belonged Â to Â black Â UW-ÂW Â students Â were Â parked Â on Â campus Â and Â had Â their Â tires Â slashed Â and Â â€œKKKâ€? Â spray Â painted Â on Â the Â ve-Â hicles. Â Junior Â and Â vice-Âpresident Â of Â BSU Â Dejaun Â Washington Â said Â BSU Â is Â a Â place Â where Â he Â can Â grow Â as Â a Â student Â leader. Â Â â€œThroughout Â campus, Â I Â always Â
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quickly Â notice Â that Â no Â one Â looks Â like Â me,â€? Â said Â Washington. Â â€œBut Â at Â BSU, Â that Â stuff Â doesnâ€™t Â matter Â because Â ev-Â erybody Â looks Â like Â you Â and Â every-Â body Â understands Â you. Â Itâ€™s Â more Â of Â a Â sense Â of Â home, Â especially Â when Â that Â kind Â of Â stuff Â happens.â€? BSU Â is Â involved Â with Â Home-Â coming, Â Student Â Council, Â TIFU Â Cul-Â tural Â Ensemble Â and Â the Â Gospel Â Choir Â allowing Â students Â to Â grow Â personally Â and Â professionally. â€œThe Â biggest Â misconception Â about Â the Â Black Â Student Â Union Â is Â that Â you Â have Â to Â be Â black Â to Â be Â a Â part Â of Â it Â all, Â but Â itâ€™s Â not Â like Â that,â€? Â Wash-Â ington Â said. Â â€œCome Â to Â our Â events Â and Â meetings Â and Â youâ€™re Â a Â part Â of Â us Â be-Â
cause Â at Â BSU Â we Â accept Â everybody.â€? BSU Â would Â like Â to Â stress Â that Â just Â because Â Black Â History Â Month Â is Â over Â does Â not Â mean Â they Â wonâ€™t Â still Â be Â celebrating Â 45 Â years. Â On Â April Â 1-Â14, Â an Â exhibit Â will Â be Â displayed Â in Â Robertaâ€™s Â Art Â Gallery Â honoring Â Dr. Â Martin Â Luther Â King Â Jr.â€™s Â life Â and Â legacy Â with Â donated Â artifacts Â from Â students, Â faculty, Â staff Â and Â alumni. Â For Â more Â information Â on Â UW-Â Wâ€™s Â Black Â Student Â Union, Â follow Â them Â on Â Instagram, Â Twitter Â or Â Face-Â book Â @uwwbsu Â or Â by Â emailing Â uw-Â firstname.lastname@example.org. Â
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As Â another Â Black Â History Â Month Â came Â to Â a Â close, Â UW-ÂWhitewaterâ€™s Â Black Â Student Â Union Â celebrated Â its Â 45th Â Anniversary Â on Â Feb. Â 27. Â More Â than Â 100 Â people Â were Â in Â at-Â tendance Â in Â the Â UC Â Hamilton Â room Â for Â dinner, Â to Â hear Â alumni Â speakers, Â and Â view Â art Â displays Â and Â pictures Â of Â BSU Â throughout Â its Â 45 Â years. Â Chancellor Â Richard Â Telfer Â said Â originally Â established Â in Â 1969 Â dur-Â ing Â the Â Civil Â Rights Â Movement, Â the Â student Â organization Â has Â now Â been Â around Â longer Â than Â many Â campus Â buildings, Â longer Â than Â some Â of Â our Â departments Â and Â longer Â than Â most Â of Â our Â employees. Since Â 1969, Â BSU Â has Â strived Â to Â keep Â the Â organization Â alive Â in Â order Â to Â advocate Â African-ÂAmerican Â stu-Â dent Â success. Â Âł:HZHUHWKHÂżUVWJHQHUDWLRQRI African-ÂAmerican Â people Â that Â were Â going Â to Â college, Â and Â we Â were Â trying Â to Â make Â a Â positive Â change Â among Â the Â races Â when Â hardly Â anything Â catered Â to Â our Â culture,â€? Â said Â Charles Â Robin-Â VRQ RQH RI WKH ÂżUVW EODFN VWXGHQWV to Â graduate Â from Â UW-ÂW Â during Â the Â Civil Â Rights Â Movement Â and Â the Â only Â student Â representative Â on Â the Â curric-Â ulum Â committee Â that Â put Â together Â a Â minor Â of Â African-ÂAmerican Â Studies. Â When Â asked Â if Â he Â has Â seen Â a Â dif-Â ference Â in Â Whitewater Â since Â BSU Â was Â founded Â years Â ago, Â Robinson Â mentioned Â how Â he Â was Â the Â only Â black Â player Â on Â the Â varsity Â football Â
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Speaker: Eyon Biddle cited â€˜white rageâ€™ for 2010 elections Continued Â from Â page Â 1 Kyle Â Brooks Â recorded Â the Â lecture Â on Â his Â cell Â phone Â and Â sent Â the Â video Â to Â media Â outlets. Â He Â appeared Â on Â Fox Â News Â nationally Â on Â March Â 1 Â to Â dis-Â cuss Â the Â events Â that Â happened. â€œI Â was Â shocked Â and Â disheart-Â ened Â that Â such Â a Â radical Â person Â could Â speak Â to Â impressionable Â students,â€? Â Brooks Â said. Â Brooks Â is Â currently Â serving Â as Â the Â secretary Â for Â the Â UW-ÂWhitewa-Â ter Â College Â Republicans. Brooks Â said Â Biddleâ€™s Â statements Â about Â the Â Republican Â party Â being Â racist Â and Â calling Â Walkerâ€™s Â voters Â racist, Â caught Â him Â off Â guard. Â â€œIt Â makes Â me Â sad Â that Â this Â man Â would Â want Â to Â polarize Â politics Â and Â accuse Â Republicans Â of Â racism,â€? Â Brooks Â said. Â â€œEvery Â Republican Â I Â know Â is Â not Â racist Â and Â is Â tolerant Â of Â everybody Â they Â meet. Â They Â believe Â in Â equality Â for Â all, Â and Â they Â would Â vote Â for Â anyone Â regardless Â of Â their Â race.â€? Â Chair Â of Â the Â UW-ÂWhitewater Â College Â Democrats, Â Jonathan Â Fera, Â said Â his Â personal Â reaction Â to Â the Â speaker Â was Â he Â is Â a Â man Â who Â comes Â from Â an Â area Â of Â the Â state Â where Â race Â is Â a Â prominent Â problem. â€œWhether Â what Â Biddle Â said Â is Â aligned Â with Â your Â own Â ideology Â or Â not, Â he Â offered Â a Â viewpoint Â shared Â by Â others Â and Â should Â be Â looked Â at Â as Â such, Â rather Â than Â as Â a Â liberal Â bias Â on Â the Â UW-ÂWhitewater Â campus,â€? Â he Â said. The Â College Â Democrats Â stand Â with Â any Â individualâ€™s Â right Â to Â free Â speech, Â in Â the Â pursuit Â to Â further Â intel-Â lectual Â conversation Â on Â this Â campus, Â Fera Â said. Â â€œWhile Â the Â Democratic Â Party Â publicly Â opposes Â the Â policies Â in-Â stilled Â by Â Governor Â Walker Â and Â the Â Republican Â Party, Â the Â goal Â of Â higher Â education Â is Â to Â offer Â multiple Â view-Â points Â rather Â than Â just Â one,â€? Â Fera Â said. Â â€œBiddle Â offered Â a Â passionate Â testimony Â about Â the Â state Â of Â Wiscon-Â
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sin Â politics, Â but Â the Â other Â side Â should Â be Â given Â the Â same Â opportunity.â€? Chair Â of Â the Â College Â Republi-Â cans Â Madeline Â Walton Â said Â she Â was Â VKRFNHGZKHQVKHÂżUVWVDZWKHYLG eo. Â Her Â organization Â shared Â a Â similar Â reaction. â€œObviously Â as Â Republicans, Â we Â are Â upset Â with Â some Â of Â the Â things Â he Â said,â€? Â Walton Â said. Â â€œAs Â an Â education Â major, Â my Â personal Â point Â was Â that Â there Â was Â no Â counter Â argument.â€? Chancellor Â Richard Â Telfer Â asked Â David Â Travis, Â Dean Â of Â the Â College Â of Â Letters Â & Â Sciences, Â to Â look Â into Â the Â situation. Travis Â said Â Liston Â understands Â she Â needs Â to Â present Â both Â sides Â of Â an Â issue, Â and Â she Â will Â discuss Â the Â events Â of Â Â Feb. Â 24 Â with Â her Â class. Â Â Travis Â has Â been Â asked Â to Â further Â monitor Â the Â situation. â€œWhen Â instructors Â bring Â contro-Â versial Â speakers Â into Â the Â classroom, Â it Â is Â important Â that Â they Â provide Â suf-Â ÂżFLHQW WLPH IRU WKH FODVV WR GLVFXVV the Â topics Â presented Â as Â well Â as Â al-Â ternative Â viewpoints,â€? Â Travis Â said. Â Â Âł6RPHWLPHVLWLVGLIÂżFXOWWRGRWKLV in Â a Â single Â class Â period.â€? Â Â Brittany Â Gonzales, Â a Â student Â in Â the Â class, Â said Â Biddle Â seemed Â very Â passionate Â about Â what Â he Â was Â talk-Â ing Â about. Â â€œHe Â seemed Â to Â really Â care Â about Â what Â the Â next Â generation Â is Â going Â to Â do Â in Â politics,â€? Â Gonzales Â said. Â â€œHe Â told Â us Â that Â the Â system Â was Â screwed Â up, Â and Â there Â are Â people Â doing Â point-Â OHVVWKLQJVLQRIÂżFHZKLOHQRWJLYLQJ attention Â to Â any Â real Â problems.â€? Gonzales Â said Â she Â hopes Â every-Â one Â could Â put Â their Â political Â view-Â points Â aside Â for Â an Â hour Â and Â at Â least Â get Â some Â sort Â of Â value Â from Â his Â speech, Â even Â if Â they Â only Â agreed Â with Â a Â small Â part Â of Â what Â he Â said. Â After Â repeated Â requests Â for Â com-Â ment, Â Biddle Â did Â not Â respond Â in Â time Â for Â publication.
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Canada, Â France, Â Germany, Â Italy, Â Ja-Â pan Â and Â Great Â Britain Â said Â they Â will Â Â collectively Â suspend Â their Â participa-Â tion Â in Â an Â upcoming Â economic Â sum-Â mit Â scheduled Â in Â Sochi Â in Â protest Â of Â Russiaâ€™s Â military Â actions. Â Â â€œWe Â call Â on Â Russia Â to Â address Â any Â ongoing Â security Â or Â human Â rights Â concerns Â that Â it Â has Â with Â Ukraine Â through Â direct Â negotia-Â tions, Â and/or Â via Â international Â ob-Â servation Â or Â mediation Â under Â the Â auspices Â of Â the Â U.N. Â or Â the Â Organi-Â zation Â for Â Security Â and Â Cooperation Â in Â Europe,â€? Â the Â G7 Â said Â in Â a Â state-Â ment Â released Â by Â the Â White Â House. The Â G7 Â leaders Â pledged Â to Â work Â WRJHWKHU RQ D SDFNDJH RI ÂżQDQFLDO assistance Â to Â Ukraine. Ukraineâ€™s Â new Â government Â and Â the Â West Â have Â been Â powerless Â to Â counter Â Russiaâ€™s Â tactics. Â Armed Â men Â in Â uniforms Â without Â insignia Â have Â moved Â freely Â about Â Crimea Â for Â days, Â occupying Â airports, Â smashing Â equipment Â at Â an Â air Â base Â and Â be-Â sieging Â a Â Ukrainian Â infantry Â base. Russian Â President Â Vladimir Â Pu-Â
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Film raises gay rights awareness
By Thomas Zimmer Staff Â Writer
As Â part Â of Â this Â yearâ€™s Â Interna-Â tional Â Week, Â The Â Center Â for Â Global Â Education Â teamed Â up Â with Â PRIDE Â and Â IMPACT Â to Â screen Â â€œBorn Â This Â Wayâ€? Â on Â Feb. Â 26. Â Â Â 7KH ÂżOP GHSLFWV WKH OLYHV RI Lesbian, Â Gay, Â Bi, Â Transgender Â and Â Questioning Â community Â members Â OLYLQJ LQ UHFOXVH LQ PRGHUQGD\ Cameroon. Cindy Â Konrad, Â the Â LGBTQ Â co-Â ordinator Â at Â UW-ÂWhitewater, Â said Â VKHZDQWHGWRVKRZWKHÂżOPWRUDLVH DZDUHQHVV DERXW WKH HYHQWV RFFXU ring Â in Â African Â countries Â surround-Â ing Â anti-Âgay Â laws. Â Â â€œRight Â now, Â Cameroon Â has Â the Â most Â arrests Â of Â any Â country Â that Â has Â prohibitions Â against Â being Â LG-Â BTQ,â€? Â Konrad Â said. Â â€œThese Â laws Â can Â carry Â between Â a Â six-Âmonth Â and Â ÂżYH\HDUSULVRQVHQWHQFHDORQJZLWK DODUJHÂżQHVLPSO\IRULGHQWLI\LQJDV part Â of Â the Â gay Â community.â€? Konrad Â said Â in Â addition Â to Â raising Â aware-Â ness, Â the Â LGBTQ Â community Â hopes Â WKH ÂżOP DOORZV students Â to Â con-Â nect Â these Â issues Â Konrad in Â other Â countries Â with Â similar Â ones Â we Â experience Â in Â the Â United Â States. Â Â It Â was Â only Â 10 Â years Â ago Â when Â the Â Supreme Â Court Â ruled Â against Â laws Â prohibiting Â same-Âsex Â acts, Â which Â shows Â just Â how Â similar Â these Â
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â€œThe Â entrepreneur Â always Â searches Â for Â change, Â responds Â to Â it, Â and Â exploits Â it Â as Â an Â opportunity.â€? Â -ÂPeter Â Drucker
WEDNESDAY March Â 5, Â 2014
Business Â Editor: Rumasa Â Noor
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Bicycles, sports gear and a cup of joe By Josh Hafemeister Copy Â Editor
Itâ€™s Â not Â exactly Â new Â to Â Whitewater, Â but Â many Â people Â may Â not Â think Â of Â BicycleWise Â as Â a Â place Â to Â go Â for Â their Â morning Â coffee. In Â addition Â to Â offering Â services Â for Â bicy-Â clists Â and Â their Â bicycles, Â the Â shop Â sells Â coffee Â and Â sports Â equipment. Â â€œA Â lot Â of Â bicycle Â people Â love Â coffee,â€? Â owner Â Liz Â Sotherland Â said. Â â€œCycling Â people, Â theyâ€™re Â real Â coffee Â people, Â too.â€? Â Sotherland Â said Â it Â is Â a Â trend Â for Â bicycle Â shops Â to Â have Â coffee Â shops Â attached. Â She Â said Â coffee Â has Â a Â lot Â of Â good Â qualities Â for Â athletes, Â including Â antioxidants. Â BicycleWise Â & Â Sports Â Fitness Â opened Â April Â 28, Â 2001 Â across Â the Â street Â from Â its Â current Â location. Â John Â and Â Liz Â Sotherland Â planned Â to Â open Â a Â coffee Â bar, Â but Â the Â build-Â ing Â did Â not Â afford Â the Â space Â they Â needed. When Â the Â building Â at Â 1155 Â W. Â Main Â St. Â became Â available, Â they Â took Â the Â opportunity Â and Â moved Â BicycleWise Â & Â Sports Â Fitness Â across Â the Â street. Â Their Â new Â location Â opened Â Feb. Â 5, Â 2013. Â The Â coffee Â John Â and Â Liz Â So-Â therland Â now Â serve, Â Colectivo Â Coffee, Â is Â made Â in Â Milwaukee. BicycleWise Â & Â Sports Â Fitness Â offers Â pa-Â trons Â custom Â bicycles, Â outdoor Â equipment Â and Â a Â variety Â of Â coffee. Â Liz Â said Â John Â Sotherland Â have Â been Â in Â the Â bicycle Â manufacturing Â business Â since Â 1987. Â In Â that Â time, Â John Â So-Â therland Â has Â crafted Â more Â than Â 5,000 Â bikes. â€œHaving Â a Â good Â me-Â chanic Â is Â critical Â to Â having Â a Â good Â bike Â shop,â€? Â Liz Â So-Â therland Â said. Â â€œThereâ€™s Â so Â much Â you Â have Â to Â know Â Sotherland about Â bicycles Â to Â be Â suc-Â cessful Â as Â a Â retailer.â€? BicycleWise Â & Â Sports Â Fitness Â sells Â bikes Â of Â all Â kinds: Â mountain Â bikes, Â urban/ FRPPXWHUELNHVÂżWQHVVELNHVDQGELNHVIRU kids. Â Their Â services Â include Â bicycle Â repairs Â and Â tune Â ups, Â accessory Â installation Â and Â free Â WLUHLQĂ€DWLRQDVZHOODVVQRZVKRHVDOHVDQG rentals, Â ice Â skate Â sharpening Â and Â ski Â prepara-Â
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The greenhouse portion of BicycleWise & Sports Fitness has several tables for customers to sit and enjoy coffee. The BicycleWise & Sports Fitness is located on Main Street and is open from Tuesday through Saturday.
tion Â to Â name Â a Â few. named Â it, Â also Â is Â available Â for Â outdoor Â winter Â John Â Sotherland Â said Â a Â riderâ€™s Â speed Â or Â activities. Â distance Â are Â not Â the Â most Â important Â parts Â of Â â€œThereâ€™s Â no Â such Â thing Â as Â bad Â weather,â€? Â bicycling. Â Their Â goal Â is Â to Â facilitate Â the Â posi-Â she Â said. Â â€œJust Â bad Â clothing.â€? tive Â bike Â experience. Â John Â and Â Liz Â Sotherland Â plan Â several Â â€œDid Â you Â have Â fun, Â events Â throughout Â the Â year, Â or Â didnâ€™t Â you?â€? Â John Â including Â â€œdemo Â daysâ€? Â Sotherland Â said. Â Other Â where Â they Â bring Â their Â e Â try Â to Â help Â questions Â they Â keep Â in Â bikes Â to Â the Â Kettle Â Moraine Â mind Â include: Â Was Â the Â people Â have Â cycling Â be Â trail Â and Â allow Â people Â to Â ride Â comfortable? Â Will Â test Â drive Â bicycles Â for Â free. Â the Â rider Â look Â forward Â to Â fun, Â not Â work. Â All Â people Â need Â is Â their Â his Â or Â her Â next Â trek Â on Â the Â John Â Sotherland, Â Â driverâ€™s Â license. bike? During Â the Â winter Â Owner â€œWe Â try Â to Â help Â peo-Â months, Â John Â and Â Liz Â So-Â ple Â have Â cycling Â be Â fun, Â therland Â take Â people Â out Â for Â not Â work,â€? Â John Â Sother-Â snowshoe Â hikes Â on Â Fridays Â land Â said. Â â€œIt Â should Â be Â at Â 3:30 Â p.m Â at Â Natureland Â fun. Â It Â should Â be Â play. Â Not Â like Â going Â to Â the Â Park, Â 8338 Â Territorial Â Road. dentist Â and Â getting Â a Â root Â canal.â€? Â John Â and Â Liz Â Sotherland Â said Â the Â reason Â For Â the Â winter Â months, Â BicycleWise Â & Â they Â chose Â Whitewater Â to Â open Â their Â busi-Â Sports Â Fitness Â offers Â new Â or Â used Â snow Â shoes Â ness Â in Â 2001 Â was Â because Â of Â its Â location. Â and Â ice Â skates Â to Â rent Â or Â buy. Â Base Â clothing, Â Whitewater Â has Â several Â trails Â and Â many Â or Â â€œHigh Â tech Â long Â johnsâ€? Â as Â Liz Â Sotherland Â paved Â roads Â for Â bicyclists Â to Â use.
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Â â€œWe Â wish Â we Â could Â get Â more Â of Â the Â col-Â lege Â students Â to Â understand Â how Â much Â mon-Â ey Â and Â how Â much Â time Â they Â could Â save Â by Â riding Â a Â bike,â€? Â John Â Sotherland Â said. The Â building Â had Â previously Â been Â a Â cof-Â fee Â shop, Â so Â it Â already Â had Â a Â setup Â that Â suited Â John Â and Â Liz Â Sotherlandâ€™s Â needs. Â John Â So-Â therland Â said Â they Â are Â looking Â for Â a Â barista Â â€” Â a Â person Â who Â prepares Â coffee Â for Â custom-Â ers Â â€” Â to Â make Â coffee Â for Â customers Â while Â he Â and Â Liz Â work Â on Â bicycles. Â A Â portion Â of Â the Â store Â is Â a Â greenhouse. Â Even Â during Â the Â winter, Â John Â Sotherland Â said Â the Â greenhouse Â can Â reach Â temperatures Â of Â 80 Â degrees. Â With Â the Â air Â circulation Â system Â the Â shop Â has, Â the Â entire Â building Â can Â be Â heated, Â thanks Â to Â the Â sun. For Â more Â information Â on Â events Â or Â bicy-Â cles, Â contact Â John Â and Â Liz Â Sotherland Â at Â 262-Â 473-Â4730 Â or Â firstname.lastname@example.org. Â
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â€œIts Â not Â stress Â that Â kills Â us, Â it Â is Â our Â reaction Â to Â it.â€?
WEDNESDAY March Â 5, Â 2014
Opinion Â Editor: Lucas Â Wimmer
Â -ÂHans Â Selye
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Students Â should Â use Â resources Â to Â manage Â stress Royal Purple Editorial Â Staff Â Opinion
In Â a Â recent Â study, Â the Â American Â Psycho-Â logical Â Association Â found Â the Â most Â stressed Â age Â group Â was Â young Â adults Â ages Â 18 Â to Â 33. Â Stressors Â like Â grades, Â graduation, Â the Â state Â of Â the Â job Â market Â and Â balancing Â it Â all Â with Â a Â social Â life Â can Â cause Â a Â harmful Â amount Â of Â anxiety. Â Young Â adults Â have Â good Â reason Â to Â be Â stressed Â out. Â The Â most Â troublesome Â part Â of Â the Â study Â was Â 49 Â percent Â of Â young Â adults Â said Â they Â are Â not Â handling Â their Â stress Â correctly. Luckily Â for Â UW-ÂWhitewater Â students, Â our Â university Â offers Â an Â array Â of Â different Â programs Â to Â help Â students Â han-Â dle Â their Â physical Â and Â men-Â tal Â strain, Â and Â more Â students Â should Â utlilze Â these Â options. University Â Health Â & Â Counseling Â Services, Â for Â ex-Â ample, Â provide Â coun-Â seling Â to Â students Â in Â either Â individual Â or Â group Â sessions. Â These Â group Â counseling Â sessions Â include Â groups Â such Â as Â Alcohol-Â ics Â Anonymous, Â Sexual Â Assault Â Survivorsâ€™ Â group, Â Womenâ€™s Â Therapy, Â and Â Understanding Â
Self Â and Â Others. According Â to Â the Â UHCS Â website, Â indi-Â vidual Â counseling Â can Â be Â used Â to Â help Â with Â stress Â management, Â anxiety, Â depression Â and Â a Â host Â of Â other Â stressors Â common Â to Â college Â students. In Â cases Â of Â emergency, Â such Â as Â suicidal Â thoughts Â or Â other Â crisis Â situations, Â UHCS Â al-Â lows Â students Â to Â come Â in Â and Â have Â a Â same-Â day Â appointment Students Â also Â can Â be Â counseled Â for Â free Â in Â the Â Winther Â Counseling Â Lab, Â which Â is Â staffed Â by Â students Â working Â toward Â their Â masterâ€™s Â degree Â in Â counselor Â education. Â The Â sessions Â are Â supervised Â by Â licensed Â counselor Â educa-Â tion Â faculty. Students Â should Â use Â these Â programs Â without Â hesitation Â because, Â on Â top Â of Â helping Â manage Â stress Â levels, Â these Â programs Â are Â in-Â cluded Â in Â tuition Â costs Â whether Â you Â use Â them Â or Â not. According Â to Â the Â university Â website, Â every Â undergraduate Â student Â pays Â a Â health Â center Â fee Â of Â $88.67 Â in Â his Â or Â her Â tuition. Â This Â fee Â allows Â
UHCS Â to Â provide Â most Â medical Â and Â wellness Â services Â to Â students Â free Â of Â charge. Another Â way Â the Â university Â helps Â stu-Â dents Â manage Â their Â stress Â is Â through Â the Â Wil-Â liams Â Center. A Â study Â by Â a Â group Â of Â researchers Â from Â the Â University Â of Â Illinois Â found Â exercise Â and Â physical Â activity Â improve Â general Â brain Â func-Â tion, Â mainly Â the Â memory Â and Â learning Â sec-Â tions. Although Â the Â membership Â to Â the Â Wil-Â liams Â Center Â is Â not Â free, Â the Â membership Â fee Â ZRUNV RXW WR DERXW D PRQWK 2WKHU ÂżW ness Â memberships Â may Â cost Â anywhere Â from Â $25 Â to Â $50 Â a Â month. Â Along Â with Â cardio Â ma-Â chines Â and Â weightlifting Â equipment, Â the Â Wil-Â liams Â Center Â has Â programs Â such Â as Â indoor Â cycling, Â core Â workout Â classes Â and Â yoga. According Â to Â the Â National Â Center Â for Â Complementary Â and Â Alternative Â Medicine, Â practicing Â yoga Â on Â a Â regular Â basis Â has Â been Â proven Â to Â KHOS ÂżJKW VWUHVV DQG GH pression. Â
The Â university Â offers Â classes Â for Â credit Â on Â yoga Â and Â stress Â management. Â Two Â dif-Â ferent Â levels Â of Â yoga Â and Â stress Â management Â classes Â are Â offered, Â as Â well Â as Â a Â combined Â â€œyoga/stress Â reeducationâ€? Â class. Â The Â course Â is Â described Â as Â helping Â students Â learn Â how Â to Â control Â their Â stress Â through Â certain Â yoga Â exercises. Students Â struggling Â with Â stress Â and Â anxi-Â ety Â in Â college Â should Â know Â the Â long-Âterm Â risks Â it Â can Â have Â on Â their Â body. Â Chronic Â stress Â can Â increase Â blood Â pres-Â sure, Â which Â is Â a Â large Â risk Â factor Â for Â heart Â disease Â and Â stroke. Â Prolonged Â stress Â also Â makes Â the Â immune Â system Â less Â effective, Â making Â you Â more Â susceptible Â to Â disease, Â par-Â ticularly Â infection. Â If Â not Â managed Â correctly, Â stress Â also Â can Â cause Â issues Â in Â the Â intestines Â or Â weight Â gain, Â according Â to Â the Â University Â of Â Maryland Â Medical Â Center. Most Â students Â attend Â college Â to Â give Â WKHPVHOYHV PRUH RSSRUWXQLWLHV IRU D IXOÂżOO ing Â life Â after Â graduation, Â so Â students Â need Â to Â use Â the Â resources Â available Â to Â keep Â them-Â selves Â healthy Â to Â be Â able Â to Â enjoy Â the Â chanc-Â es Â they Â make Â for Â themselves. Students Â looking Â to Â schedule Â an Â appoint-Â ment Â at Â UHCS Â can Â call Â (262) Â 472-Â1300, Â and Â to Â schedule Â an Â appointment Â in Â the Â Winther Â Counseling Â Lab, Â students Â should Â call Â (262) Â 472-Â2842.
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were Â bonding Â experiences Â for Â our Â staff Â mem-Â professional Â medium,â€? Â Jacquest Â said. Â â€œAnd Â bers Â and Â educational Â opportunities Â for Â each Â yet, Â our Â readers Â view Â us Â as Â a Â professional Â person,â€? Â Jacquest Â said. Â â€œIt Â was Â also Â a Â chance Â medium, Â meaning Â we Â are Â scrutinized Â often. Â for Â our Â editors Â to Â make Â connections Â in Â the Â While Â this Â is Â to Â be Â expected, Â especially Â if Â we Â journalism Â industry Â for Â job Â and Â internship Â want Â to Â be Â viewed Â as Â professionals, Â it Â is Â still Â prospects.â€? hard Â to Â receive Â harsh Â criticisms Â while Â being Â a Â Jacquest Â said Â it Â is Â important Â for Â Royal Â student Â and Â still Â in Â the Â learning Â process.â€? Â Purple Â staff Â members Â to Â enter Â in Â competitions Â The Â Royal Â Purple Â covers Â the Â UW-ÂWhite-Â and Â be Â recognized Â for Â their Â dedication Â to Â the Â water Â campus Â and Â the Â City Â of Â Whitewater. Â newspaper. Being Â a Â primary Â news Â source Â for Â the Â com-Â â€œAs Â student Â journalists, Â we Â make Â a Â lot Â munity Â is Â a Â big Â responsibility, Â Jacquest Â said, Â RI VDFULÂżFHV WR SURGXFH WKH and Â not Â one Â the Â staff Â takes Â newspaper Â each Â week,â€? Â Jac-Â lightly. quest Â said. Â â€œOur Â Mondays Â Editors Â on Â staff Â range Â are Â completely Â dedicated Â to Â from Â freshman Â to Â seniors, Â o Â receive Â these Â the Â Royal Â Purple. Â I Â usually Â journalism Â to Â psyhology Â awards Â means Â a Â lot Â donâ€™t Â get Â home Â until Â 2 Â a.m., Â majors, Â reserved Â to Â viva-Â sometimes Â later. Â Itâ€™s Â impor-Â to Â the Â entire Â staff;Íž Â it Â cious Â personalities. Â The Â tant Â to Â be Â recognized Â for Â our Â means Â what Â we Â are Â characters Â who Â make Â up Â the Â hard Â work.â€? Â Royal Â Purple Â editorial Â staff Â While Â everyone Â who Â doing Â is Â important Â and Â are Â ambitious Â and Â dedicated Â works Â at Â the Â newspaper Â is Â a Â has Â value. Â to Â making Â a Â quality Â product Â student, Â the Â Royal Â Purple Â is Â for Â their Â customers. Â Win-Â Samantha Â Jacquest, QLQJ WKH DZDUGV FRQÂżUPV a Â separate Â entity Â from Â UW-Â editor Â in Â chief they Â are Â on Â the Â right Â track, Â Whitewater. Â Jacquest Â said Â it Â is Â important Â for Â students Â Jacquest Â said. to Â take Â advantage Â of Â oppor-Â â€œTo Â receive Â these Â awards Â tunities Â to Â learn Â outside Â the Â classroom, Â but Â means Â a Â lot Â to Â the Â entire Â staff;Íž Â it Â means Â what Â to Â also Â treat Â their Â position Â as Â an Â editor Â as Â a Â we Â are Â doing Â is Â important Â and Â has Â value.â€? professional Â job. Â It Â is Â sometimes Â a Â tricky Â bal-Â ance, Â Jacquest Â said. â€œWorking Â for Â the Â Royal Â Purple Â is Â an Â in-Â â€” Â Royal Â Purple Â Editorial Â Staff valuable Â opportunity, Â because Â we Â are Â get-Â ting Â experience Â and Â our Â readers Â view Â us Â as Â a Â
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Letters to the Editor +\ODQGQHHGVZDWHUERWWOHĂ€OOLQJVWDWLRQ Hyland Â Hall Â deserves Â to Â be Â at Â least Â on Â par Â with Â the Â rest Â of Â cam-Â SXV DQG KDYH ZDWHU ERWWOH ÂżOOLQJ stations. Â Â The Â stations Â could Â eas-Â ily Â and Â affordably Â be Â installed Â at Â every Â water Â fountain Â location. Â Â :DWHUERWWOHÂżOOLQJVWDWLRQVZRXOG improve Â the Â lives Â of Â student Â and Â faculty Â in Â the Â following Â ways: Â‡ :DWHU ERWWOH ÂżOOLQJ VWD tions Â work Â quickly, Â which Â reduces Â bottlenecks Â in Â WUDIÂżF Â‡ :DWHU ERWWOH ÂżOOLQJ VWD tions Â promote Â health Â by Â PDNLQJUHÂżOOVHDV\ Â‡ :DWHU ERWWOH ÂżOOLQJ VWD tions Â are Â safer. Â Students Â using Â clumsy, Â slow Â water Â
IRXQWDLQV WR ÂżOO PDVVLYH water Â bottles Â tend Â to Â dump Â water Â on Â the Â ground. Â‡ :DWHU ERWWOH ÂżOOLQJ VWD tions Â are Â not Â a Â luxury Â item;Íž Â they Â are Â actually Â a Â staple Â campus Â wide. Hyland Â Hall Â is Â a Â beautiful Â building Â and Â is Â a Â testament Â to Â the Â quality Â education Â and Â environ-Â ment Â offered Â here Â at Â the Â Univer-Â sity Â of Â Wisconsin-ÂWhitewater. Â Â Hyland Â Hall Â cost Â over Â $42 Â Million Â to Â build, Â boasts Â of Â nearly Â 200,000 Â square Â feet Â of Â space, Â and Â is Â a Â feather Â in Â the Â cap Â of Â the Â campus. Â Â Yet Â it Â doesnâ€™t Â make Â a Â basic Â neces-Â sity Â readily Â available Â to Â its Â users. Â Â Between Â classes, Â the Â Hyland Â
KDOO WUDIÂżF EHFRPHV XQUXO\D ÂżI teen Â minute Â break Â is Â scarcely Â enough Â time Â to Â get Â from Â one Â room Â WRDQRWKHU7KHVORZWUDIÂżFLVRQO\ ZRUVHQHGZKHQDVWXGHQWLVÂżOOLQJ WKHLU ZDWHU ERWWOH :KLOH ÂżOOLQJ a Â water Â bottle Â is Â understandable Â (I Â do Â it Â all Â the Â time), Â the Â trouble Â starts Â when Â a Â line Â is Â formed. Â Â This Â mass Â of Â thirsty Â students Â brings Â the Â unfortunate Â masses Â to Â a Â near Â stand Â still. Â By Â now Â you Â must Â be Â won-Â dering, Â what Â can Â I Â do? Â For Â start-Â ers, Â you Â can Â respond Â to Â a Â survey. Â Â Please Â check Â this Â link: Â https:// www.surveymonkey.com/s/CJK-Â PM37 There, Â you Â will Â have Â the Â op-Â
portunity Â to Â make Â your Â interest Â in Â this Â matter Â clear. Â ,I WKHUH LV VXIÂżFLHQW IHHGEDFN regarding Â this Â matter, Â perhaps Â a Â water Â bottle Â based Â org Â can Â be Â set Â up. Â Â The Â important Â thing Â to Â re-Â member Â is Â that Â your Â voice Â matters. Â Â Students Â pay Â a Â lot Â of Â money Â for Â a Â quality Â education. Â Â These Â facilities Â are Â designed Â to Â be Â comfortable Â places Â to Â learn Â and Â grow. Â Â Â With Â your Â help, Â we Â can Â make Â this Â a Â today Â issue, Â not Â a Â â€˜somedayâ€™ Â LVVXH +\ODQG +DOO GHVHUYHV ÂżOO ing Â stations. Â
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Lack Â of Â student Â interest Â in Â voting Â a Â concern Âł0\YRWHGRHVQÂśWPDWWHUÂ´,ÂżQGWKDWWKLV is Â the Â reason Â I Â hear Â the Â most Â when Â other Â col-Â lege Â students Â tell Â me Â why Â they Â do Â not Â vote Â or Â even Â register Â to Â vote. Â Many Â students Â voice Â their Â political Â views Â in Â the Â classroom, Â in Â so-Â cial Â gatherings Â and Â over Â social Â media. Â How-Â ever, Â only Â a Â small Â percentage Â will Â vote Â in Â a Â Presidential Â Election, Â and Â an Â even Â smaller Â percentage Â will Â vote Â in Â a Â Congressional Â Election. Â According Â to Â the Â U.S. Â Census Â Bureau, Â the Â age Â group Â with Â the Â lowest Â percentage Â of Â voters Â is Â the Â 18 Â to Â 24 Â year Â old Â group. Â In Â data Â from Â the Â elections Â from Â 1996 Â to Â 2010 Â this Â age Â group Â had Â the Â lowest Â percentage Â of Â voters Â for Â every Â election Â during Â these Â years. Â In Â the Â 2008 Â Presidential Â Election Â 58.2% Â of Â the Â total Â
voting Â population Â voted. Â However, Â only Â 43.8 Â percent Â of Â people Â ages Â 18 Â to Â 24 Â voted Â in Â that Â election. Â The Â 2010 Â Congressional Â Election Â had Â an Â even Â greater Â difference. Â Of Â the Â total Â population Â 41.8 Â percent Â voted, Â but Â only Â 19.2 Â percent Â of Â the Â youngest Â age Â group Â voted. Â The Â group Â with Â the Â highest Â voter Â turnout Â is Â the Â 65 Â years Â and Â older Â group. Â In Â the Â 2008 Â Presiden-Â tial Â Election Â 68.1 Â percent Â of Â the Â group Â voted, Â and Â in Â the Â 2010 Â Congressional Â Election Â 58.9 Â percent Â of Â the Â group Â voted. Â Â Â This Â is Â concerning Â because Â the Â group Â with Â the Â lowest Â voter Â turnout Â will Â be Â affect-Â ed Â by Â results Â at Â the Â polls. Â The Â policies Â and Â decisions Â that Â would Â be Â implemented Â will Â have Â the Â largest Â impact Â on Â the Â lives Â of Â young Â adults. Â This Â young Â adult Â age Â group Â will Â be Â
entering Â the Â workforce Â and Â beginning Â to Â be Â more Â involved Â in Â society, Â but Â yet Â the Â political Â involvement Â is Â much Â lower Â than Â any Â other Â group. Â Our Â generation Â should Â be Â educating Â ourselves Â on Â political Â issues Â and Â going Â out Â to Â vote Â during Â election Â time. Â By Â registering Â to Â vote Â and Â going Â out Â to Â vote Â this Â can Â encourage Â people Â to Â do Â their Â own Â research Â on Â the Â can-Â didates Â for Â the Â election. Â However, Â your Â vote Â will Â not Â tip Â the Â scale Â at Â a Â national Â election, Â but Â if Â young Â people Â across Â the Â nation Â start Â showing Â up Â at Â the Â polls Â together Â we Â could Â have Â a Â large Â impact Â on Â the Â outcome Â and Â the Â decisions Â made Â for Â our Â countries Â future. Â Â
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DiCaprio snubbed at Â Oscars By Alexandria Zamecnik Assistant Â News Â Editor
Another Â Academy Â Awards Â cere-Â mony Â has Â passed, Â and Â Leonardo Â Di-Â Caprio Â walks Â away Â empty Â handed, Â IRUWKHÂżIWKWLPH At Â the Â 2014 Â Academy Â Awards, Â DiCaprio Â was Â nominated Â for Â Best Â Performance Â by Â an Â Actor Â in Â a Â Lead-Â ing Â Role Â and Â Best Â Motion Â Picture Â of Â the Â Year, Â both Â for Â â€œThe Â Wolf Â of Â Wall Â Street,â€? Â which Â he Â helped Â produce. Â Neither Â nomina-Â tion Â turned Â into Â a Â Commentary win. Â by Alexandria Zamecnik, A l t h o u g h Â Assistant News Matthew Â Mc-Â Editor Conaughey Â was Â expected Â to Â win Â Best Â Actor Â for Â his Â UROHLQÂł'DOODV%X\HUÂśV&OXEÂ´DÂżOP about Â real-Âlife Â AIDS Â patients Â and Â the Â medicine Â they Â receive, Â many Â news Â outlets Â were Â pulling Â for Â DiCaprio. Â In Â DiCaprioâ€™s Â acting Â career Â life-Â time, Â he Â has Â been Â nominated Â for Â ÂżYH$FDGHP\$ZDUGV 2VFDUV Golden Â Globe Â Awards Â and Â eight Â Screen Â Actors Â Guild Â Awards Â (SAG). Â Of Â those Â 23 Â nominations, Â how Â many Â has Â he Â won? Â Any Â search Â en-Â gine Â will Â tell Â you Â those Â results. Â To Â make Â life Â simpler, Â the Â number Â is Â two. Â DiCaprio Â has Â won Â a Â measly Â two Â awards. Â The Â two Â awards Â DiCaprio Â won Â were Â both Â during Â the Â Golden Â Globe Â Awards. Â 7KH ÂżUVW ZDV IRU KLV ZRUN LQ Âł7KH$YLDWRUÂ´ D ÂżOP GHSLFWLQJ WKH true Â story Â of Â an Â aviation Â pioneer Â and Â his Â struggle Â with Â obsessive-Âcompul-Â sive Â disorder. Â The Â second Â was Â for Â his Â work Â in Â â€œThe Â Wolf Â of Â Wall Â Street,â€? Â a Â dark Â comedy Â about Â a Â New Â York Â stockbroker Â who Â uses Â fraud Â and Â cor-Â ruption Â to Â become Â rich. $OWKRXJK WKHVH DUH JUHDW ÂżOPV DiCaprio Â was Â not Â recognized Â for Â the Â ÂżOPVWKDWWUXO\GHVHUYHGUHFRJQLWLRQ DiCaprio Â did Â not Â win Â an Â Oscar, Â Golden Â Globe Â or Â SAG Â for Â â€œWhatâ€™s Â Eating Â Gilbert Â Grape,â€? Â â€œTitanic,â€? Â â€œGangs Â of Â New Â York,â€? Â â€œCatch Â Me Â If Â You Â Can,â€? Â â€œBlood Â Diamond,â€? Â â€œThe Â Departedâ€? Â or Â â€œInception.â€? These Â seven Â movies Â alone Â have Â amounted Â to Â more Â than Â $1.5 Â billion Â gross Â income. I Â would Â agree Â the Â amount Â a Â mov-Â ie Â has Â earned Â does Â not Â dictate Â which Â awards Â it Â should Â win. Â However, Â DiCaprio Â has Â been Â in Â Hollywood Â since Â 1989. Â Thatâ€™s Â 25 Â years Â of Â dedicated Â acting. Â He Â is Â more Â than Â just Â a Â pretty Â face. Â He Â will Â be Â around Â for Â decades. Â Each Â role Â that Â DiCaprio Â plays, Â he Â becomes Â the Â character. Â Â In Â â€œTitanic,â€? Â he Â brought Â tears Â to Â the Â faces Â of Â mil-Â lions. Â In Â â€œInception,â€? Â he Â shocked Â and Â awed Â the Â world. Â In Â â€œCatch Â Me Â If Â You Â Can,â€? Â he Â stole Â the Â hearts Â of Â many Â women. Â He Â can Â make Â you Â cry, Â feel Â SDLQDQGODXJKZLWKLQDVSDQRIÂżYH minutes. With Â all Â the Â talent Â that Â DiCaprio Â has Â shown Â throughout Â the Â years, Â this Â leaves Â fans Â questioning, Â â€œWhat Â does Â Leonardo Â DiCaprio Â have Â to Â do Â to Â get Â an Â Oscar?â€? ZamecnikAE17@uww.edu
â€œWhen Â you Â put Â your Â hand Â in Â a Â Ă€RZLQJVWUHDP\RXWRXFKWKHODVW WKDWKDVJRQHEHIRUHDQGWKHÂżUVWRI ZKDWLVVWLOOWRFRPHÂ´ Â -ÂLeonardo Â DaVinci
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Marineâ€™s Â new Â mission: Â brave Â rough Â waters By Amanda Ramirez Staff Â Writer
any Â Americans Â recognize Â â€œSemper Â Fiâ€? Â as Â the Â motto Â of Â the Â U.S. Â Marine Â Corps., Â but Â not Â everyone Â knows Â the Â meaning Â of Â the Â phrase. Â 6HPSHU)LGHOLV Â is Â a Â Latin Â term Â that Â translates Â to Â â€œalways Â faith-Â ful.â€? Â U.S. Â Marine Â Nic Â Doucette, Â a Â junior Â at Â UW-Â Â Whitewater, Â said Â he Â plans Â to Â demonstrate Â his Â faithfulness Â to Â fellow Â Marines Â by Â kayaking Â the Â Mississippi Â River Â from Â source Â to Â sea Â on Â May Â 31, Â 2014, Â to Â raise Â $25,000 Â for Â the Â Semper Â Fi Â Fund, Â a Â charity Â that Â provides Â assistance Â to Â injured Â members Â of Â the Â U.S. Â armed Â forces Â and Â thier Â families. Â The Â journey Â will Â take Â approximately Â two Â and Â a Â half Â months. Â Doucette â€œIt Â means Â a Â lot Â that Â people Â I Â directly Â know Â are Â getting Â the Â help,â€? Â Doucette Â said Â about Â his Â fundraising Â efforts. Â Doucette Â joined Â the Â Marine Â Corps Â when Â he Â was Â 20 Â years Â old. Â He Â served Â active Â duty Â from Â January Â 2008 Â to Â November Â 2011 Â in Â Twenty-Â nine Â Palms, Â Calif., Â and Â was Â eventually Â deployed Â to Â southern Â Afghanistan Â to Â conduct Â a Â mission Â known Â as Â â€œroute Â clearance.â€? Â On Â Nov. Â 26, Â 2010, Â two Â of Â Doucetteâ€™s Â fellow Â Marines, Â Sgt. Â Ga-Â briel Â Martinez Â and Â Cpl. Â Justin Â Gaert-Â ner, Â stepped Â on Â separate Â pressure-Â plate Â activated Â Improvised Â Explosive Â Devices Â (IEDs) Â while Â using Â their Â metal Â detectors Â to Â locate Â the Â explosives. Â
Both Â Martinez Â and Â Gaertner Â lost Â their Â legs Â and Â suffered Â other Â life-Â threatening Â injuries. Â Since Â the Â incident, Â both Â have Â recovered Â and Â received Â sup-Â port Â from Â several Â generous Â charities. Doucette Â asked Â Martinez Â and Â Gaertner Â which Â charity Â had Â played Â a Â large Â role Â in Â supporting Â them Â and Â their Â families Â throughout Â their Â rehabilita-Â tion. Â Doucette Â said Â both Â replied Â the Â Semper Â Fi Â Fund. Â After Â returning Â home, Â Doucette Â said Â he Â developed Â an Â interest Â in Â outdoor Â sports Â as Â a Â way Â to Â experience Â adventure Â in Â his Â daily Â life. Â Doucette Â wanted Â to Â kayak Â the Â entire Â length Â of Â the Â Mississippi Â River, Â 2,552 Â miles, Â from Â Lake Â Itasca, Â Minn., Â to Â the Â Gulf Â of Â Mexico. Â But Â Doucette Â said Â he Â did Â not Â want Â to Â embark Â on Â this Â journey Â without Â cause. Â He Â wanted Â his Â trip Â to Â have Â a Â positive Â impact Â on Â the Â lives Â of Â fellow Â Marines. Â Doucetteâ€™s Â friend, Â U.S. Â Marine Â Gabe Â Vasquez, Â will Â accompany Â Doucette Â on Â the Â journey. Â Doucette Â said Â his Â goal Â is Â to Â raise Â $25,000 Â for Â the Â Semper Â Fi Â Fund, Â and Â he Â will Â not Â utilize Â any Â funds Â to Â sub-Â sidize Â his Â trip. Â All Â donations Â will Â go Â directly Â to Â the Â Semper Â Fi Â Fund. Â The Â Semper Â Fi Â Fund Â was Â created Â by Â a Â group Â of Â Marine Â Corps Â spouses Â LQ7KHRUJDQL]DWLRQSURYLGHVÂż nancial Â and Â emotional Â support Â through Â programs Â such Â as Â adaptive Â housing Â and Â trans-Â portation, Â education Â and Â career Â transi-Â
tioning, Â family Â support Â and Â rehabilita-Â tive Â sports Â programs. Â â€œThe Â donations Â arenâ€™t Â just Â going Â to Â raise Â awareness Â about Â wounded Â veter-Â ans,â€? Â Doucette Â said. Â â€œThis Â is Â helping Â them Â get Â their Â vehicles Â and Â homes Â PRGLÂżHGDQGSD\IRUUHKDEFRVWVÂ´ Lynn Â Smith, Â Adult/Nontraditional Â student Â services Â coordinator, Â met Â Doucette Â in Â the Â Veterans Â and Â Service-Â members Â Lounge Â located Â in Â Andersen Â Library. Â Smith Â oversees Â UW-ÂWhite-Â waterâ€™s Â 800 Â nontraditional Â students Â to Â meet Â their Â unique Â needs Â and Â offer Â programs Â to Â enhance Â their Â college Â experience. Â After Â learning Â about Â Doucetteâ€™s Â cause, Â Smith Â has Â been Â helping Â Doucette Â promote Â his Â journey Â with Â on-Â FDPSXVĂ€\HUVDQGSRVWVRQWKH$GXOW Studentâ€™s Â Connection Â website Â and Â Facebook Â page. Â â€œUsing Â your Â talents Â to Â support Â other Â efforts Â is Â what Â makes Â the Â world Â go Â round,â€? Â Smith Â said. Â After Â posting Â details Â about Â his Â journey Â on Â social Â media, Â Doucette Â received Â feedback Â and Â support Â from Â strangers Â that Â live Â on Â the Â Mississippi Â River. Â â€œPeople Â I Â donâ€™t Â even Â know Â are Â willing Â to Â help Â me,â€? Â Doucette Â said. Â Â â€œAll Â the Â way Â down Â the Â [Mississippi] Â River Â Iâ€™ve Â got Â places Â to Â stay, Â people Â willing Â to Â bring Â me Â a Â warm Â breakfast, Â or Â that Â want Â to Â just Â stop Â by Â and Â say Â â€˜hi.â€™â€? Â Doucette Â said Â his Â wife, Â Heather Â Doucette, Â has Â been Â his Â
greatest Â source Â of Â support Â throughout Â planning Â the Â journey. Â As Â a Â social Â media Â marketing Â coor-Â dinator, Â Heather Â Doucette, Â who Â gradu-Â ated Â from Â UW-ÂWhitewater Â in Â 2011, Â has Â assisted Â her Â husband Â with Â building Â his Â journey Â website, Â drafting Â outreach Â letters Â to Â local Â VFWs Â and Â other Â social Â media Â outreach. Â Â â€œMake Â an Â impact Â and Â donate Â to Â this Â great Â cause,â€? Â Smith Â said. Â â€œYour Â dona-Â tion Â will Â be Â your Â way Â to Â give Â back Â to Â veterans Â who Â have Â given Â so Â much Â for Â our Â freedom.â€? Â On Â Friday, Â April Â 11, Â 2014, Â Fat Â Jackâ€™s Â Sports Â Bar Â and Â Grill Â will Â be Â host Â a Â fundraiser Â for Â Doucetteâ€™s Â journey Â and Â fellow Â Veterans Â Service Â Organiza-Â tion Â (VSO) Â member, Â Ryan Â Longeran, Â between Â 6 Â and Â 10 Â p.m. Â Longeran Â is Â director Â of Â Rock Â Coun-Â W\'U\KRRWFKDQRQSURÂżWRUJDQL]DWLRQ formed Â by Â combat Â veterans Â to Â help Â vet-Â erans Â returning Â home Â readjust Â to Â daily Â life. Â Dryhootch Â focuses Â on Â providing Â veterans Â with Â a Â safe, Â comfortable Â en-Â vironment Â free Â from Â drugs Â and Â alcohol. Â Fat Â Jackâ€™s Â will Â donate Â 10 Â percent Â RIDOOSURÂżWVWREHVSOLWEHWZHHQWKH Semper Â Fi Â Fund Â and Â Rock Â County Â Dryhootch. Â For Â more Â information Â or Â to Â make Â a Â donation, Â visit Â Doucetteâ€™s Â webpage Â at Â MississippiRiver2014.weebly.com. Â The Â site Â contains Â information Â about Â the Â Semper Â Fi Â Fund, Â Doucetteâ€™s Â route Â and Â other Â in-Âdepth Â details Â about Â Doucetteâ€™s Â journey. Â Â RamirezAP03@uww.edu
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WEDNESDAY â€œMusic Â washes Â away Â from Â the Â soul Â the Â dust Â of Â everyday Â life.â€? Â -ÂBerthold Â Auerbach
March Â 5, Â 2014
Arts Â & Â Rec Â Editor: Abrielle Â Backhaus
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Students Â battle Â with Â music By Lauren Piek Staff Â Writer
Six Â bands Â will Â compete Â for Â a Â $500 Â top Â prize Â at Â SEALâ€™s Â Battle Â of Â the Â Bands. Â Per-Â formers Â will Â be Â judged Â on Â content, Â time, Â musical Â ability, Â originality, Â and Â crowd Â re-Â sponse. The Â competition Â is Â open Â to Â anyone Â from Â the Â Whitewater Â community, Â but Â many Â of Â the Â musicians Â competing Â attend Â UW-Â Whitewater, Â SEAL Â live Â music Â intern Â Ra-Â chel Â Lee Â said. â€œA Â lot Â of Â the Â bands Â attend Â school Â here, Â so Â I Â hope Â people Â come Â to Â support Â their Â fel-Â low Â students,â€? Â Lee Â said. Â â€œThe Â judges Â that Â Courtesy photos are Â coming Â are Â independent Â artists Â or Â own Â their Â own Â recording Â studios, Â so Â itâ€™s Â a Â great Â The annual Battle of the Bands will showcase UW-Whitewater student musiciansâ€™ talents. Featured opportunity Â for Â students Â if Â theyâ€™re Â looking Â are Andrew Eppen (left), the one DJ in the competition, and The Friend Zone (right). for Â someone Â with Â music Â experience.â€? the Â Bands. Â Eppen Â has Â been Â in Â a Â DJ Â battle Â All Â four Â members Â of Â the Â band Â â€” Â Mind-Â S o p h o m o r e Â EHIRUHEXWWKLVLVKLVÂżUVWWLPHFRPSHWLQJ ham, Â bassist Â Brad Â Beran, Â drummer Â Alex Â Andrew Â Eppen Â in Â Battle Â of Â the Â Bands Â at Â UW-ÂW. Merrit Â and Â guitarist Â Tony Â Ingrassia Â â€” Â are Â is Â competing Â as Â Eppen Â has Â played Â at Â venues Â in Â the Â students Â at Â UW-ÂWhitewater. Â the Â only Â DJ Â in Â Milwaukee, Â Madison Â and Â Chicago Â areas. Â This Â version Â of Â the Â band Â has Â the Â Battle Â of Â Although Â he Â is Â a Â journalism Â major, Â Eppen Â only Â been Â playing Â together Â since Â would Â like Â to Â pursue Â being Â a Â DJ Â as Â October, Â Mindham Â said. a Â career. Âł:KHQZHÂżUVWVWDUWHGRXW â€œIâ€™m Â secretly Â hoping Â to Â be-Â when Â Alex Â and Â Tony Â joined Â come Â a Â professional Â DJ, Â but Â the Â band, Â Alex Â was Â listening Â itâ€™s Â really Â competitive,â€? Â Eppen Â to Â live Â recordings, Â trying Â to Â VDLG Âł0\ ÂżUVW VKRZ , SOD\HG play Â along Â with Â them,â€? Â Beran Â was Â at Â the Â Rave Â in Â Milwaukee Â said. Â â€œYou Â can Â practice, Â last Â March. Â Iâ€™ve Â made Â a Â lot Â of Â but Â you Â have Â to Â be Â a Â progress Â in Â the Â last Â year.â€? Â band. Â You Â need Â Local Â pop-Âpunk Â band, Â the Â t h a t Â Friend Â Zone, Â also Â is Â competing Â in Â time Â Battle Â of Â the Â Bands. Â The Â band Â to Â ac-Â formed Â last Â September Â after Â tually Â play Â as Â vocalist Â Andrew Â Mindham Â band, Â rather Â than Â just Â musi-Â won Â a Â local Â talent Â showcase Â cians.â€? and Â wanted Â to Â form Â a Â band. 7U\LQJ WR ÂżQG WLPH WR
SUDFWLFH DV D EDQG LV GLIÂżFXOW EHFDXVH RI VFKRROEXWZKHQWKH\GRÂżQGWLPHWRSUDF tice, Â the Â band Â has Â a Â good Â time Â together, Â In-Â grassia Â said. â€œI Â love Â the Â moments Â when Â a Â song Â comes Â together,â€? Â Ingrassia Â said. Â â€œWhere Â everything Â sounds Â really Â tight, Â and Â it Â goes Â really Â well.â€? SEAL Â will Â host Â the Â annual Â Battle Â of Â the Â Bands Â at Â 7 Â p.m. Â on Â March Â 7 Â in Â the Â UC Â Hamilton Â Room. Â The Â student Â price Â is Â $2 Â with Â a Â UW-ÂWhitewater Â ID Â and Â $4 Â without Â a Â student Â ID. The Â Friend Â Zone Â and Â Eppen Â said Â con-Â necting Â with Â the Â audience Â and Â creating Â an Â atmosphere Â are Â reasons Â why Â they Â love Â making Â music. â€œMy Â favorite Â thing Â about Â being Â a Â DJ Â is Â the Â experience Â I Â have Â when Â Iâ€™m Â on Â stage,â€? Â Eppen Â said. Â â€œI Â played Â a Â show Â in Â January Â at Â the Â Miramar Â Theater Â in Â Milwaukee, Â and Â it Â was Â the Â best Â show Â Iâ€™ve Â ever Â played. Â I Â went Â on Â after Â the Â headliner, Â and Â the Â crowd Â just Â loved Â my Â music. Â That Â experience Â is Â inde-Â scribable;Íž Â itâ€™s Â just Â the Â connection Â with Â you Â as Â the Â DJ, Â the Â music Â and Â the Â crowd.â€? Â PiekLE20@uww.edu
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Students Â dance Â for Â a Â cause When Â you Â combine Â an Â every-Â day, Â rules-Âfollowing Â plastic Â Lego Â man Â who Â is Â named Â the Â Lego Â mes-Â siah Â and Â is Â drafted Â into Â a Â Justice Â League-Âtype Â group Â of Â strangers Â on Â an Â epic Â ad-Â venture Â to Â stop Â an Â evil Â leader, Â do Â you Â know Â what Â you Â get? Â You Â get Â an Â unexpected Â bril-Â liantly Â hilari-Â Review by RXV ÂżOP ZLWK D Michael Riley subtle Â message. Â News Editor Robot Â pirates, Â a Â cute Â kitty, Â Will Â Ferrell Â AND Â Mor-Â gan Â Freeman, Â spaceships, Â laser Â sharks Â (yes, Â I Â said Â laser Â sharks) Â and Â Batman Â all Â have Â pivotal Â UROHV$QGWKDWLVMXVWLQWKHÂżUVW 20 Â minutes. â€œThe Â Lego Â Movieâ€? Â plays Â off Â the Â idea Â of Â conformity. Â Â Emmet Â (voiced Â by Â Chris Â Pratt), Â like Â the Â rest Â of Â his Â Lego Â contemporaries, Â wakes Â up Â happy Â every Â day, Â sing-Â ing Â the Â catchy Â theme Â song Â â€œEv-Â erything Â Is Â Awesomeâ€? Â (it Â is Â nau-Â
seating Â how Â much Â I Â enjoy Â this Â song). Â Â Emmet Â is Â thrown Â into Â an Â adventure Â against Â Presi-Â dent Â Business Â (Will Â Ferrell) Â and Â his Â evil Â henchman, Â Bad Â Cop Â (Liam Â Neeson). Â Â Emmet Â soon Â ÂżQGV RXW WKDW EHLQJ MXVW OLNH HY eryone Â else Â is Â not Â the Â best Â way Â to Â live. Â Â President Â Business Â reveals Â his Â plan Â to Â turn Â the Â â€œKragle,â€? Â the Â real-Âworld Â equivalent Â of Â a Â WMD, Â on Â the Â entire Â Lego Â World. Â Â Em-Â PHW ÂżQGV KLPVHOI WU\LQJ WR VDYH the Â world Â with Â an Â unlikely Â jus-Â tice Â league-Âtype Â group;Íž Â a Â punk-Â girl Â named Â Wyldstyle Â (Elizabeth Â Banks), Â a Â wizard Â named Â Vitru-Â viues Â (Morgan Â Freeman), Â Bat-Â man Â (Will Â Arnett), Â Superman Â (Channing Â Tatum) Â and Â Shaquille Â Oâ€™Neal. For Â kids, Â all Â the Â jokes Â evoke Â laughs, Â but Â in Â my Â mind Â the Â best Â jokes Â make Â light Â of Â limitations Â of Â the Â plastic-Âbrick Â world. Â Â Â The Â Lego Â franchise Â has Â roots Â deep Â in Â the Â pop-Âculture Â land-Â scape: Â Marvel Â and Â DC Â super Â he-Â roes, Â Star Â Wars, Â Indiana Â Jones, Â
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Professors Â collaborate Â with Â students Chamber Â Orchestra Â concert Â showcases Â talents Â By Abrielle Backhaus Arts Â & Â Rec Â Editor
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In Â the Â Chamber Â Orchestra, Â professors Â are Â not Â only Â educators;Íž Â they Â are Â partners. Instead Â of Â the Â usual Â professor-Â to-Âstudent Â format, Â students Â and Â professors Â play Â side-Âby-Âside. Chamber Â Orchestra Â Director Â Christopher Â Ramaekers Â said Â he Â enjoys Â the Â spotlight Â while Â working Â together Â with Â his Â students. â€œI Â really Â enjoy Â collaborating Â Ramaekers with Â professors Â and Â students Â while Â directing Â the Â orchestra,â€? Â Ramaekers Â said. The Â chamber Â orchestra Â puts Â on Â a Â few Â concerts Â each Â semester Â with Â the Â goal Â of Â incorporating Â stu-Â dentsâ€™ Â and Â professorsâ€™ Â different Â techniques. Â The Â professors Â and Â students Â work Â together Â to Â create Â different Â pieces Â with Â varying Â styles Â of Â music, Â Ramaekers Â said. Â â€œIt Â is Â appealing Â to Â see Â students Â perform Â along-Â side Â their Â professors,â€? Â Ramaekers Â said. Ramaekers Â said Â he Â hopes Â students Â can Â gain Â an Â DSSUHFLDWLRQ IRU FODVVLFDO PXVLF WKURXJK WKH ÂżUVW piece Â played Â and Â an Â admiration Â for Â the Â collabora-Â tive Â quality Â of Â the Â orchestra. Leslie Â LaMuro, Â associate Â director Â of Â public Â events, Â said Â the Â audience Â will Â be Â able Â to Â feel Â the Â enthusiasm Â from Â the Â performance. Â â€œThere Â is Â a Â lot Â of Â energy Â put Â forth Â towards Â the Â
performance Â because Â of Â the Â students,â€? Â LaMuro Â said. Â Some Â of Â the Â instruments Â that Â will Â be Â played Â are Â WKHYLROLQYLRODFHOORĂ€XWHDQGEDVV Pianist Â Mackenzie Â Wiley, Â a Â senior, Â has Â been Â per-Â forming Â with Â the Â chamber Â orchestra Â for Â three Â years. Â â€œI Â hope Â the Â audience Â accepts Â the Â fact Â that Â the Â pieces Â are Â different Â than Â the Â typical Â pieces Â that Â are Â performed Â in Â an Â orchestra,â€? Â Wiley Â said. Wiley Â said Â she Â enjoys Â the Â ability Â to Â not Â only Â learn Â from Â her Â professors Â in Â the Â classroom Â but Â to Â play Â next Â to Â them Â in Â the Â chamber Â orchestra. With Â a Â goal Â to Â graduate Â with Â a Â degree Â in Â music, Â Wiley Â said Â her Â professors Â inspire Â her Â to Â stick Â with Â her Â goal. Â Âł0\SURIHVVRUVKDYHLQĂ€XHQFHG my Â music Â pursuit Â heavily,â€? Â Wiley Â Wiley said. Â â€œEvery Â single Â professor Â Iâ€™ve Â KDG KDV KDG D YHU\ SRVLWLYH LQĂ€XHQFH WKH\ DUH LQ credible.â€? Â Wiley Â has Â performed Â with Â other Â professors, Â in-Â cluding Â Benjamin Â Whitcomb Â and Â Leanne Â League, Â in Â the Â symphony Â orchestra. Â â€œWhat Â Iâ€™ve Â learned Â most Â about Â music Â is Â that Â it Â has Â its Â own Â message, Â and Â a Â performer Â has Â their Â own Â personal Â way Â of Â conveying Â that Â message,â€? Â Wiley Â said. Â The Â free Â concert Â will Â be Â held Â at Â 3 Â p.m. Â Sunday, Â March Â 6, Â in Â Light Â Recital Â Hall Â at Â the Â Greenhill Â Cen-Â ter Â of Â the Â Arts.
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â€™Hawks Â fall Â short, Â still Â make Â NCAAâ€™s Commentary The Â UW-ÂWhitewater Â womenâ€™s Â basketball Â team Â may Â not Â have Â won Â the Â WIAC Â Tournament Â this Â past Â weekend, Â but Â falling Â short Â did Â not Â keep Â head Â coach Â Keri Â Carolloâ€™s Â team Â out Â of Â reaching Â the Â NCAA Â Tournament. â€œThey Â [UW-ÂSuperior] Â played Â with Â a Â lot Â of Â heart, Â passion Â and Â a Â sense Â of Â urgency,â€? Â Carollo Â said. Â â€œI Â didnâ€™t Â see Â that Â in Â us Â tonight, Â and Â I Â donâ€™t Â know Â why.â€? WIAC Â Tournament On Â Feb. Â 27, Â the Â Warhawks Â hosted Â the Â No. Â 5-Âseeded Â UW-ÂSu-Â SHULRU<HOORZMDFNHWVLQWKH6HPLÂż nal Â of Â the Â WIAC Â Tournament. Â The Â previous Â four Â WIAC Â Tournaments Â were Â won Â by Â the Â UW-ÂStevens Â Point Â Pointers, Â and Â each Â of Â those Â four Â victories Â were Â against Â the Â â€™Hawks. This Â time Â around, Â the Â War-Â hawks Â had Â the Â No. Â 1 Â seed Â and Â were Â hosting Â throughout Â the Â tournament Â as Â long Â as Â the Â team Â Commentary by kept Â winning. Â Kevin Cunningham After Â the Â open-Â Sports Editor ing Â few Â minutes Â against Â the Â Yellowjackets, Â the Â â€™Hawks Â saw Â themselves Â trailing Â on Â the Â scoreboard, Â 9-Â2. 7KH UHVW RI WKH ÂżUVW KDOI ZHQW the Â Yellowjacketsâ€™ Â way Â as Â well, Â and Â UW-ÂSuperior Â went Â on Â an Â 11-Â3 Â run Â to Â end Â the Â half, Â leading Â 41-Â25 Â at Â halftime. Â In Â the Â second Â half, Â the Â War-Â hawks Â were Â able Â to Â trim Â the Â lead Â but Â never Â got Â close Â enough Â to Â cre-Â ate Â doubt Â in Â the Â minds Â of Â the Â Yel-Â lowjacketsâ€™ Â players. â€œWe Â just Â could Â not Â get Â that Â stop,â€? Â Carollo Â said. Â â€œEvery Â time Â we Â got Â the Â lead Â down Â to Â 10 Â they Â would Â get Â a Â bucket. Â I Â felt Â like Â if Â we Â could Â cut Â it Â to Â eight Â we Â could Â turn Â it Â around.â€? Â The Â game Â ended, Â 84-Â63, Â in Â fa-Â vor Â of Â UW-ÂSuperior Â and Â for Â the Â ÂżIWK VWUDLJKW VHDVRQ WKH Âś+DZNV fell Â short Â in Â the Â WIAC Â title Â game. Senior Â point Â guard Â Kaitlyn Â Thill Â scored Â 16 Â points, Â dished Â out Â seven Â assists Â and Â recorded Â two Â steals, Â but Â the Â team Â could Â not Â over-Â come Â its Â 31 Â percent Â shooting Â from Â WKHÂżHOG ,Q WKH ÂżQDO 1R VHHG 8: Oshkosh Â defeated Â the Â Yellowjack-Â ets, Â 75-Â69. Â With Â the Â win, Â the Â Titans Â earned Â the Â WIACâ€™s Â automatic Â bid Â into Â the Â NCAA Â Tournament. NCAA Â Tournament â€œSelection Â Mondayâ€? Â in Â Di-Â vision-ÂIII Â basketball Â took Â place Â March Â 3, Â but Â for Â Carollo, Â awaiting Â an Â at-Âlarge Â bid Â was Â not Â as Â nerve-Â wrecking Â as Â one Â would Â think. â€œIâ€™m Â on Â the Â national Â commit-Â tee, Â so Â I Â knew Â last Â night Â [that Â we Â were Â in Â the Â tournament],â€? Â Carollo Â said. Â While Â Carolloâ€™s Â on Â the Â com-Â mittee, Â she Â said Â she Â gets Â taken Â off Â the Â call Â that Â is Â made Â to Â members Â around Â the Â country Â when Â discuss-Â
ing Â which Â teams Â are Â placed Â where. Â In Â Lehmanâ€™s Â terms, Â she Â had Â no Â say Â in Â whom Â or Â where Â UW-ÂWhitewater Â played Â in Â the Â NCAA Â Tournament. In Â D-ÂIII Â womenâ€™s Â basketball, Â the Â brackets Â are Â much Â like Â the Â brackets Â in Â D-ÂI. Â There Â are Â four Â regions Â with Â 16 Â teams Â in Â each, Â and Â within Â those Â 16 Â teams, Â there Â are Â four Â â€œpodsâ€? Â where Â RQH WHDP KRVWV WKH ÂżUVWDQG VHF ond-Âround Â games. Â Because Â the Â UW-ÂWhitewater Â menâ€™s Â basketball Â team Â is Â hosting Â WKHÂżUVWWZRURXQGVRIWKH1&$$ Tournament, Â it Â is Â technically Â im-Â possible Â for Â the Â women Â to Â host Â WKHÂżUVWZHHNHQGXQOHVVWKHPHQÂśV WHDPKDVRQHRIWZRSRVVLEOHÂżUVW round Â byes. Since Â the Â men Â did Â not Â receive Â the Â bye, Â the Â women Â knew Â they Â were Â going Â to Â have Â to Â play Â on Â the Â road. Once Â the Â brackets Â were Â re-Â vealed, Â the Â women Â found Â out Â they Â would Â have Â to Â travel Â to Â St. Â Paul, Â Minn., Â to Â take Â on Â the Â Concordia-Â Moorhead Â Cobbers Â (MN) Â (21-Â5 Â overall). If Â the Â Warhawks Â defeat Â the Â Cobbers Â on Â March Â 7, Â they Â will Â ad-Â vance Â to Â the Â second Â round Â to Â take Â on Â the Â winner Â of Â St. Â Thomas Â (MN), Â (24-Â4 Â overall) Â who Â is Â the Â hosting Â team, Â and Â Loras Â College Â (19-Â8 Â overall) Â on Â March Â 8. â€œWe Â had Â two Â practices Â after Â the Â Superior Â game, Â and Â theyâ€™re Â proba-Â bly Â two Â of Â the Â best Â practices Â weâ€™ve Â had Â all Â year,â€? Â Carollo Â said. Â â€œThe Â team Â was Â excited, Â energized, Â and Â I Â think Â they Â have Â learned Â a Â tough Â les-Â son Â that Â we Â canâ€™t Â take Â anything Â for Â JUDQWHG 7KH\ GHÂżQLWHO\ IHHO OLNH they Â have Â something Â to Â prove.â€? When Â analyzing Â the Â way Â the Â Warhawks Â play, Â they Â often Â times Â like Â to Â put Â pressure Â on Â their Â oppo-Â nents, Â forcing Â more Â than Â 21 Â turn-Â overs Â per Â game. Looking Â at Â the Â Cobbersâ€™ Â roster Â and Â statistics Â regarding Â ball Â con-Â trol, Â the Â team Â has Â smaller Â guards Â but Â bigger Â forwards Â up Â front. Â The Â Cobbersâ€™ Â leading Â rebound-Â ers Â stand Â at Â 6-Âfoot-Â4, Â 5-Âfoot-Â10 Â and Â 6-Âfoot-Â1, Â respectively. Â The Â team Â from Â Moorhead, Â Minn., Â also Â aver-Â ages Â turning Â the Â ball Â over Â 16 Â times Â per Â contest. Âł2XU SUHVVXUH LV GHÂżQLWHO\ something Â that Â is Â an Â advantage Â for Â us Â once Â we Â start Â playing Â teams Â that Â arenâ€™t Â used Â to Â our Â style Â of Â play,â€? Â Carollo Â said. Â â€œIâ€™m Â hoping Â that Â our Â pressure Â defense Â and Â our Â quick-Â ness Â can Â help Â us.â€? Looking Â down Â the Â road Â in Â the Â tournament, Â a Â Sweet Â 16 Â matchup Â against Â a Â common Â foe Â in Â UW-ÂOs-Â hkosh Â is Â possible. Â If Â the Â â€™Hawks Â reach Â the Â Elite Â Eight, Â a Â rematch Â of Â last Â yearâ€™s Â na-Â tional Â championship Â game Â against Â DePauw Â University Â looks Â plau-Â sible. When Â asked Â what Â the Â one Â thing Â was Â the Â Warhawks Â have Â to Â make Â sure Â they Â do Â in Â order Â to Â have Â suc-Â cess Â in Â the Â tournament, Â Carollo Â de-Â livered Â a Â simple Â message. â€œSurvive Â and Â advance.â€?
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The Warhawks men’s basketball team received an at-large berth into the NCAA Division-III Tournament this weekend, after falling to UW-Stevens Point, 74-57. This marks the ’Hawks’ third consecutive appearance and 19th overall.
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The Warhawks gymnastics team advanced to the NCGA National Championship set for March 21-22 in Ithaca, N.Y., after taking second place in the WIAC Championship meet Sunday. Freshman Katie Fiorilli won the all-around with a score of 37.825.
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Warhawks Â go Â 1-Ââ€?1 Â over Â weekend Â Barnes Â forsees Â a Â team Â to Â be Â reckoned Â with Menâ€™s Tennis By Justin St. Peter Staff Â Writer
The Â No. Â 18 Â UW-ÂWhitewater Â PHQÂśV WHQQLV WHDP KDG D EXV\ ZHHNHQG DJDLQVW WZR QDWLRQDOO\ ranked Â teams. Â The Â Warhawks Â pulled Â out Â a Â KLJKO\FRQWHVWHGZLQDJDLQVW1R UDQNHG &KLFDJR 8QLYHUVLW\ (according Â to Â NCAA.com), Â 5-Â4, Â on Â Feb. Â 28. â€œIt Â was Â one Â of Â the Â most Â ex-Â citing Â matches Â we Â have Â been Â in-Â YROYHGLQLQWKHSDVWIHZ\HDUVÂ´ head Â coach Â Barnes Â said. Â â€œIt Â was Â D EDWWOH EHWZHHQ WZR QDWLRQDOO\ ranked Â teams, Â so Â we Â knew Â it Â was Â going Â to Â be Â real Â tough Â competi-Â tion.â€? 6HQLRU %\URQ %DONLQ DQG MX QLRU%HQ6KNO\DUFRQWLQXHGWKHLU dominance Â at Â No. Â 1 Â doubles, Â de-Â IHDWLQJ 6YHQ .UDQ] DQG 'HHSDN Sabada, Â 8-Â6. Â Junior Â Cam Â Laktash Â and Â freshman Â Martin Â Beck Â defeated Â %ULDQ 6XQ DQG :LOOLDP /HGG\ 8-Â6, Â in Â No. Â 3 Â doubles Â to Â give Â the Â Warhawks Â a Â 2-Â1 Â lead Â heading Â into Â doubles Â competition. Â â€œWe Â needed Â at Â least Â two Â wins Â >LQ GRXEOHV@ WR NHHS XV DOLYH knowing Â the Â strength Â that Â Chi-Â cago Â has Â in Â singles,â€? Â Barnes Â said. Â +XPSKUH\V UHPDLQHG XQGH IHDWHG LQ 'LYLVLRQ,,, VLQJOHV matches Â with Â a Â 6-Â4, Â 7-Â5 Â win Â against Â Sven Â Kranz. Â Warhawk Â sophomore Â Matt Â Bisbee Â won Â in Â straight Â sets, Â 6-Â4, Â 6-Â4, Â against Â Gordon Â Zhang Â in Â the Â No. Â 6 Â singles Â match. Freshman Â Rithwik Â Ra-Â
jshekhar Â Raman, Â No. Â 4, Â battled Â Zsolt Â Szabo Â and Â won, Â 7-Â5, Â 2-Â6, Â VHDOLQJ WKH YLFWRU\ IRU WKH â€™Hawks. Âł, WKRXJKW D ORW RI RXU JX\V FRPSHWHG YHU\ ZHOO RXW WKHUHÂ´ 6KN\ODU VDLG Âł7KHUH ZDV D ORW RI ÂżJKW ZKLFK ZDV DZHVRPH WR see.â€? The Â â€™Hawks Â fell, Â 7-Â2, Â to Â No. Â 24 Â Gustavus Â Adolphus Â on Â March Â 2. Âł*XVWDYXV FDPH RXW RQ ÂżUH and Â I Â think Â we Â were Â a Â little Â bit Â caught Â off Â guard,â€? Â Barnes Â said. Â â€œBefore Â we Â knew Â it, Â we Â were Â down Â in Â all Â three Â doubles Â match-Â es.â€? 6KNO\DUÂśV LQMXUHG EDFN OLP ited Â him Â in Â his Â doubles Â match Â to Â the Â point Â where Â he Â had Â to Â pull Â out Â of Â the Â singles Â competition, Â forc-Â LQJHYHU\RQHWRPRYHXSDVSRW 6KNO\DUVDLGKHKXUWKLVEDFN last Â weekend Â and Â will Â take Â a Â few Â GD\VRII In Â singles Â competition, Â Hum-Â SKUH\VWRRNGRZQUDQNHGVLQJOHV SOD\HU 0\D 6PLWK'HQQLV 6-Â3, Â 10-Â8. Balkin Â moved Â up Â to Â No. Â 2 Â and Â defeated Â Grant Â Leisner, Â 7-Â6 Â (10-Â 3), Â 6-Â4. Âł2EYLRXVO\LWZDVGLVDSSRLQW ing Â to Â do Â that Â poor Â in Â a Â match Â we Â had Â circled,â€? Â Barnes Â said. Â â€œEv-Â HU\RQH ZRUNHG KDUG DQG EDWWOHG WKURXJK DGYHUVLW\ :H SOD\HG SUHWW\ ZHOO LQ D ORW RI VSRWV EXW the Â end Â results Â didnâ€™t Â turn Â out Â the Â ZD\ZHZDQWÂ´ Barnes Â said Â he Â feels Â good Â about Â where Â this Â team Â is Â heading. Âł%\ 0D\ , WKLQN ZLWK WKH talent Â we Â got, Â we Â are Â going Â to Â be Â a Â force Â to Â be Â reckoned Â with,â€? Â Barnes Â said. 7KH Âś+DZNV SOD\ &DUWKDJH College Â at Â 3:30 Â p.m. Â and Â Luther Â College Â on Â March Â 7 Â in Â Janesville. 6W3HWHU-5#XZZHGX
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