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Police Â give Â safe Â party Â tips
Womenâ€™s Â basketball Â advances to Â NCAA Â tournament Â Sweet Â Sixteen Page Â 13
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By Claire Armetta Staff Â Writer
With Â spring Â break Â quickly Â approaching, Â University Â Police Â and Â the Â Alcohol Â and Â Other Â Drug Â Abuse Â thought Â it Â would Â be Â the Â perfect Â time Â to Â spend Â a Â week Â re-Â minding Â students Â to Â be Â safe Â while Â they Â soak Â up Â the Â sun. Amanda Â Krentz, Â Wellness Â and Â AODA Â drug Â educator, Â helped Â organized Â the Â event. Â Â â€œThe Â coalition Â wanted Â to Â make Â sure Â students Â got Â infor-Â mation Â about Â alcohol Â and Â other Â drugs Â before Â they Â went Â off Â to Â spring Â break,â€? Â Krentz Â said. From Â March Â 11 Â to Â 15, Â there Â will Â be Â different Â activities Â every Â day. Â Â On Â March Â 11, Â students Â can Â register Â for Â a Â chalking Â event Â indi-Â vidually Â or Â with Â a Â group. Krentz Â said Â students Â can Â â€œchalk Â about Â an Â alcohol Â related Â message Â they Â would Â receive Â from Â the Â wellness Â staff Â to Â raise Â aware-Â ness Â on Â how Â to Â party Â safe.â€? The Â â€œParty Â with Â the Â Policeâ€? Â section Â of Â the Â week Â will Â take Â place Â March Â 12. Â Â â€œThe Â Univer-Â sity Â Police Â have Â a Â representative Â Krentz on Â our Â AODA Â c o a l i t i o n , â€? Â Krentz Â said. Â Â â€œTheir Â representa-Â tive Â thought Â it Â would Â be Â a Â great Â idea Â for Â the Â University Â Police Â to Â put Â on Â an Â event Â for Â one Â of Â the Â days Â during Â the Â week.â€? One Â of Â the Â events Â during Â â€œParty Â with Â the Â Policeâ€? Â will Â con-Â sist Â of Â a Â booth Â where Â students Â can Â take Â sobriety Â tests Â and Â ask Â police Â RIÂżFHUV TXHVWLRQV LQ D FRPIRUW able Â setting Â at Â the Â mall Â west Â of Â the Â University Â Bookstore. The Â booth Â at Â â€œParty Â with Â the Â Policeâ€? Â will Â go Â through Â standard-Â L]HG ÂżHOG VREULHW\ WHVWLQJ ZKLFK occur Â if Â an Â individual Â is Â pulled Â over Â for Â drunk Â driving. Â Â The Â po-Â lice Â will Â take Â students Â through Â the Â test, Â and Â the Â students Â can Â wear Â beer Â goggles Â during Â the Â test, Â which Â show Â the Â effects Â alco-Â hol Â has Â on Â a Â personâ€™s Â vision. There Â will Â also Â be Â a Â self-Âde-Â
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The Symphonic Wind Ensemble rehearses in the afternoon on Feb. 20, in preparation of its performance at Carnegie Hall. Director of the Symphonic Wind Ensemble Glenn Hayes, Ph.D., said he paced the rehearsal very carefully to get the group ready for the show. â€œIt was a very special day for us,â€? Hayes said. See page 10 for the story.
Healthy Â activities Â offered Â to Â community By Erik Lewis Staff Â Writer
Working Â for Â Whitewaterâ€™s Â Wellness, Â or Â W3, Â is Â hosting Â its Â second Â annual Â Wellfest Â from Â 12 Â to Â 3 Â p.m. Â on Â March Â 10 Â at Â White-Â water Â High Â School. Â The Â free Â event Â is Â open Â to Â all Â students, Â staff Â and Â members Â of Â the Â Whitewater Â community. Â Marci Â Pasquesi, Â who Â works Â for Â AmeriCorp Â Vista Â and Â W3, Â or-Â ganized Â the Â event. Â â€œItâ€™s Â a Â free Â event Â so Â if Â people Â really Â want Â to Â get Â out Â there Â and Â be Â active, Â we Â have Â a Â lot Â of Â free Â activities, Â and Â itâ€™s Â not Â too Â far Â [from Â campus],â€? Â Pasquesi Â said. Â Â :LVDFRPPXQLW\QRQSURÂżW
organization Â that Â receives Â contri-Â butions Â from Â UW-ÂWhitewater, Â WKH :KLWHZDWHU 8QLÂżHG 6FKRRO District, Â the Â city Â of Â Whitewater, Â and Â Fort Â Health Â Care Â in Â Fort Â At-Â kinson. Â W3â€™s Â goal Â is Â to Â make Â resourc-Â es Â and Â opportunities Â more Â avail-Â able Â and Â accessible Â to Â the Â entire Â community, Â Pasquesi Â said. This Â year, Â Wellfest Â is Â back Â with Â more Â to Â offer Â participants Â than Â last Â year. Â Everything Â from Â learning Â about Â living Â well Â in Â ar-Â eas Â of Â life, Â like Â exercise Â and Â diet-Â ing, Â to Â winning Â prizes Â is Â offered Â to Â attendees. There Â are Â three Â 40-Âminute Â sessions Â at Â this Â yearâ€™s Â Wellfest, Â
Whitewater community members participate in Working for Whitewaterâ€™s Wellness activites at last year. This year, activities include Zumba and Thai Chi classes.
each Â with Â a Â 10-Âminute Â break Â in-Â between Â so Â participants Â can Â walk Â around Â at Â tables Â set Â up Â in Â the Â hall-Â way. Â At Â the Â tables, Â there Â will Â be Â information Â from Â City Â of Â White-Â water Â Parks Â and Â Recreation Â Dept. Â about Â different Â summer Â sports Â opportunities, Â Pasquesi Â said. Wellfest Â is Â offering Â 11 Â differ-Â ent Â classes Â this Â year, Â including Â a Â ÂżQDQFLDO SODQQLQJ FODVV WDXJKW by Â a Â UW Â Credit Â Union Â represen-Â tative, Â Yoga, Â Zumba Â and Â Tai Â Chi Â classes, Â Healthy Â Cooking Â Demos Â with Â Tyler, Â taught Â by Â chef Â and Â owner Â of Â The Â Black Â Sheep Â Tyler Â Sailsbury, Â and Â a Â boot Â camp Â ses-Â sion. There Â will Â also Â be Â many Â â€œMinute Â to Â win Â itâ€? Â games Â in Â the Â main Â gym Â during Â all Â sessions Â where Â participants Â can Â win Â priz-Â HV UDQJLQJ IURP JLIW FHUWLÂżFDWHV to Â different Â stores Â to Â Green Â Bay Â Packersâ€™ Â coffee Â mugs, Â t-Âshirts Â and Â other Â memorabilia, Â Pasquesi Â said. Â This Â year, Â the Â American Â Mar-Â keting Â Association Â chapter Â at Â UW-ÂWhitewater Â is Â helping Â pro-Â mote Â the Â event. Â When Â Pasquesi Â pitched Â the Â idea Â to Â AMAâ€™s Â Cre-Â ative Â Marketing Â Unlimited Â board, Â Ericka Â Schaefer Â immediately Â of-Â fered Â to Â help Â because Â she Â thinks Â it Â is Â something Â people Â should Â get Â involved Â in. Â
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Âł,GHÂżQLWHO\WKLQNLWVUHODYDQW (to Â students) Â because Â itâ€™s Â some-Â thing Â fun,â€? Â Schaefer Â said. Â â€œItâ€™s Â a Â good Â way Â to Â get Â your Â heart Â pumping Â with Â different Â activi-Â ties Â you Â can Â do. Â Thereâ€™s Â some-Â thing Â for Â every-Â one.â€? Â Schafer Schaefer Â and Â AMA Â are Â help-Â ing Â market Â the Â event Â by Â creat-Â ing Â a Â banner Â to Â hang Â over Â Main Â Street. Â They Â also Â created Â a Â pro-Â PRWLRQDOYLGHRDQGĂ€LHUVWRKDQJ in Â the Â residence Â halls, Â something Â Wellfest Â did Â not Â have Â last Â year. Â â€œI Â think Â that Â seeing Â the Â banner Â along Â with Â all Â the Â other Â aspects Â will Â continue Â to Â involve Â us Â and Â it Â will Â be Â at Â the Â top Â of Â their Â mind,â€? Â Schaefer Â said. Â Pasquesi Â and Â Schafer Â said Â Wellfest Â is Â a Â good Â opportunity Â for Â networking Â in Â the Â community. Â â€œYou Â never Â know Â when Â a Â great Â opportunity Â for Â an Â intern-Â ship Â or Â job Â will Â happen,â€? Â Schae-Â fer Â said. Â â€œIt Â requires Â getting Â out Â there Â and Â meeting Â new Â people.â€? Â There Â is Â no Â early Â sign Â up Â for Â classes, Â so Â all Â participants Â have Â to Â do Â is Â show Â up Â ready Â to Â partici-Â pate. Â LewisES30@uww.edu
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Bands Â â€œrockâ€? Â to Â benefit Â charities By Lexi Fischer 6WDII:ULWHU
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Student WEA Interviews with Exceptional Teachers By Chelsea Spatola
â€œYou need to have a passion for student and a passion for the curriculum. A teacher needs both, otherwise there wonâ€™t be balanceâ€? is a key phrase that Mr. Shandon Nixon, a high school diversity and history teacher at District 158 in Illinois, spoke about regarding preparing future teachers. Mr. Nixon did not always know that he was destined to be a teacher. While in college in Illinois, he bounced back and forth between many majors. He recalls spending numerous hours in the library looking through career books trying to find something to major in. After becoming a Resident Assistant (RA), he decided to become a ResLife Hall Director for a couple of years. Being so involved in Residence Life, he had gained a plethora of experience planning intramural teams, programming, assisting the transition progress for freshman, and interacting with â€œyoung peopleâ€?. Because of all these experiences, he decided to become a high school history teacher. After teaching United States History for a while, he created his own diversity class. Mr. Nixon described how this class was to do one of two things; â€œeither challenge you, or reinforce what you already believe inâ€?. His main focus was to show students that everyone goes through similar experiences, and history is the proof behind it.
Why do you teach?
Mr. Nixon felt â€œmotivated to do something [he] feel[s] good aboutâ€?, which is working with students. He strives for all of his students to â€œleave [his] class with things they couldnâ€™t do beforeâ€?. Mr. Nixon said teachers â€œhope that [they] had some role, some lesson, some benefit that their students remember you byâ€?. What advice do you have for future educators? The biggest piece of advice that Mr. Nixon had for Student WEA was â€œsell the subject matter in any way that they can relate toâ€Ś make it passionate.â€? When he discusses about selling the subject matter, Mr. Nixon means presenting the curriculum in such a manner that the students are willing to listen and actually learn the material. It emphasizes â€œconnecting with the students in a meaningful wayâ€?, as he said that it is difficult to sell things that are considered â€˜hardâ€™ subjects, such as mathematics. In fact, he said lovingly during the interview, â€œI care that they careâ€?. Finally, Mr. Nixon advised to future teachers to â€œdo [teaching] for the right reason. Donâ€™t get too comfortable. What you are doing to the subject matter to make it meaningful? What you could draw and improve upon it?â€?
The next Student WEA meeting is March 11th at 6 pm in UC 261! See you there!
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Forensics team places at tournament By Erica Haglund Staff Â Writer
When Â most Â people Â think Â of Â fo-Â rensics, Â they Â think Â of Â â€œCSIâ€? Â and Â in-Â vestigation, Â but Â for Â some Â members Â of Â the Â UW-ÂWhitewater Â community, Â it Â is Â something Â completely Â different: Â a Â competitive Â speaking Â sport. Â Members Â of Â UW-ÂWhitewater Â Forensics Â Team Â spend Â their Â week-Â ends Â competing Â in Â speaking Â com-Â petitions Â ranging Â from Â informative Â speaking Â to Â dramatic Â acting. Â They Â recently Â competed Â in Â the Â Wisconsin Â Collegiate Â Forensics Â Association Â Tournament, Â where Â the Â team Â took Â home Â multiple Â awards. The Â team Â took Â second Â at Â the Â tournament, Â which Â was Â the Â teamâ€™s Â KLJKHVWÂżQLVKLQ\HDUV$GGLWLRQ ally, Â team Â members Â also Â brought Â home Â three Â state Â individual Â titles. Collegiate Â forensics Â has Â 11 Â dif-Â ferent Â categories Â and Â UW-ÂWhite-Â
waterâ€™s Â team Â had Â winners Â in Â nine Â of Â them. Â A Â few Â years Â ago, Â there Â were Â six Â or Â seven Â members Â on Â the Â Forensics Â Team, Â but Â this Â year Â it Â took Â 34 Â en-Â tries Â to Â state. Â Team Â president, Â junior Â Emily Â Shrout, Â has Â enjoyed Â seeing Â the Â growth Â of Â the Â team Â over Â her Â three Â years Â here. Â U W-Â W h i t e -Â water Â is Â one Â of Â seven Â colleges Â that Â have Â a Â com-Â petitive Â team Â in Â Nelson the Â state Â of Â Wis-Â consin. Â Â Senior Â Craig Â Nelson Â said Â he Â puts Â in Â an Â average Â of Â 10 Â hours Â a Â week Â of Â practice. â€œAnd Â even Â more Â on Â a Â week Â where Â there Â is Â a Â tournament,â€? Â Nel-Â son Â said. Â â€œThose Â weeks Â it Â is Â more Â like Â 15 Â to Â 20 Â hours Â of Â practice.â€? Â
Nelson Â had Â pieces Â in Â eight Â cate-Â gories Â and Â placed Â in Â four Â at Â the Â State Â Tournament, Â two Â of Â which Â he Â took Â ÂżUVWSODFHLQ Shrout Â said Â that Â the Â team Â is Â really Â supportive Â of Â one Â another. Â This Â year Â VKHKDGSLHFHVLQÂżYHGLIIHUHQWFDWH gories Â and Â placed Â with Â three Â of Â them Â at Â State. Â She Â will Â start Â preparing Â for Â next Â yearâ€™s Â pieces Â shortly Â after Â the Â National Â Tournament. Â Shrout Â has Â been Â an Â active Â mem-Â ber Â of Â the Â team Â since Â her Â freshman Â year. Â â€œI Â have Â done Â State Â all Â three Â of Â my Â years Â here Â at Â UW-ÂWhitewater.,â€? Â Shrout Â said. Â â€œWe Â try Â to Â get Â as Â many Â entries Â as Â possible Â to Â State. Â Nation-Â als Â is Â the Â tournament Â you Â have Â to Â qualify Â for.â€? Â Shrout Â will Â move Â onto Â Nationals Â with Â three Â of Â her Â pieces, Â along Â with Â several Â other Â team Â members. Â The Â UW-ÂWhitewater Â Forensics Â
Police Party fense Â class Â that Â will Â take Â place Â from Â 7 Â to Â 9 Â p.m. Â on Â March Â 12 Â LQ WKH :LOOLDPV &HQWHU 2IÂżFHU Kelsey Â Kersten Â will Â be Â instruct-Â ing Â the Â class, Â and Â it Â is Â open Â for Â anyone Â to Â participate Â or Â watch. â€œWe Â talk Â about Â self-Âaware-Â ness Â and Â how Â to Â prevent Â your-Â self Â from Â being Â a Â victim Â by Â us-Â LQJVHOIGHIHQVHÂ´RIÂżFHU.HUVWHQ said. Â Â â€œWeâ€™ll Â go Â over Â some Â spe-Â FLÂżFVHOIGHIHQVHPRYHVWKDW\RX can Â use Â if Â you Â feel Â comfortable Â practicing.â€?
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Team Â is Â a Â big Â name Â in Â the Â forensics Â world. Â Nelson Â said Â one Â of Â the Â big Â reasons Â he Â transferred Â here Â was Â be-Â cause Â of Â the Â forensics Â team. Â Nelson Â said Â the Â recent Â growth Â of Â students Â with Â a Â passion Â are Â one Â of Â the Â reasons Â the Â team Â has Â grown Â so Â much Â over Â the Â past Â few Â years. Â Recruiting Â both Â transfer Â students Â and Â incoming Â freshman Â for Â the Â team Â is Â one Â aspect Â that Â has Â helped Â the Â steady Â growth. The Â team Â will Â be Â moving Â onto Â the Â National Â Tournament Â in Â April. Jeanine Â Fassl, Â former Â team Â coach Â and Â retired Â UW-ÂWhitewater Â professor, Â said Â the Â team Â had Â a Â great Â season. â€œI Â am Â so Â intensely Â proud Â of Â the Â teamâ€™s Â accomplishments Â this Â year. Â There Â were Â very Â few Â tournaments Â where Â the Â team Â left Â without Â some-Â ERG\LQWKHÂżQDOVÂ´)DVVOVDLG HaglundE12@uww.edu
Continued Â from Â page Â 1 Kersten Â said Â University Â Po-Â lice Â wants Â to Â be Â as Â approachable Â as Â possible Â at Â these Â events Â so Â their Â questions Â can Â be Â answered. â€œYou Â have Â the Â option Â to Â come Â towards Â us,â€? Â Kersten Â Kersten said. Â â€œItâ€™s Â a Â light Â hearted, Â positive Â event Â as Â opposed Â to Â most Â times Â when Â people Â see Â us, Â itâ€™s Â not Â al-Â
ways Â on Â good Â terms.â€? Many Â more Â events Â will Â take Â place Â throughout Â the Â week. Â On Â March Â 13, Â there Â will Â be Â â€œBadver-Â tisingâ€? Â going Â on Â around Â campus Â to Â show Â how Â the Â alcohol Â industry Â markets Â to Â students. Â Â These Â are Â meant Â to Â reveal Â the Â truthful Â real-Â ity Â of Â the Â alcohol Â advertisements Â to Â students. On Â March Â 14, Â there Â will Â be Â a Â beach Â party Â in Â Jitters Â where Â games Â will Â take Â place Â and Â stu-Â dents Â can Â win Â prizes. Â Finally, Â
March Â 15 Â will Â consist Â of Â infor-Â mation Â throughout Â Facebook Â on Â how Â to Â party Â safely. â€œThrough Â all Â of Â the Â events Â we Â are Â doing Â in Â the Â police Â depart-Â ment, Â I Â think Â it Â heightens Â stu-Â dentsâ€™ Â awareness Â before Â a Â huge Â week Â of Â partying,â€? Â Kersten Â said. Â Â â€œIt Â kind Â of Â puts Â it Â in Â the Â back Â of Â their Â mind Â that Â there Â are Â conse-Â quences.â€?
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Greek adviser turns author
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Royal Â Purple: Â Â What Â is Â your Â book, Â â€œTap Â Dancing Â without Â Shoes,â€? Â about? Daniels: Â I Â talk Â about Â stepping Â as Â an Â art Â form. Â Itâ€™s Â a Â book Â on Â the Â history Â of Â stepping Â but Â also Â the Â impact Â that Â stepping Â has Â had Â on Â the Â culture Â of Â Greeks Â and Â the Â larger Â community. Â I Â talk Â about Â stepping Â from Â the Â histor-Â ical Â standpoint Â and Â also Â about Â how Â it Â has Â been Â used Â to Â start Â organiza-Â tions Â to Â get Â students Â off Â the Â street Â or Â save Â lives. Â Itâ€™s Â a Â comprehensive Â analysis Â of Â how Â this Â art Â form Â has Â made Â its Â way Â across Â the Â world Â in Â 60 Â to Â 70 Â years.
RP: Â Have Â you Â been Â involved Â with Â stepping Â elsewhere? Daniels: Â Weâ€™ve Â done Â a Â lot Â of Â step Â programs Â out-Â side. Â A Â lot Â of Â NPHC Â Greeks Â do Â programs Â for Â community Â ser-Â vice Â programs. Â We Â go Â to Â community Â RP: Â How Â long Â have Â you Â been Â centers Â or Â high Â writing, Â â€œTap Â Dancing Â without Â school Â and Â Shoes?â€? Daniels: , VWDUWHG WKH ÂżUVW GUDIW in Â June Â 2011, Â though Â the Â research Â has Â been Â going Â on Â for Â about Â four Â years. Â In Â June, Â I Â took Â a Â week Â off Â put Â on Â a Â step Â and Â just Â wrote Â for Â a Â week. Â Now Â I Â show, Â then Â have Â a Â try Â to Â write Â in Â the Â morningâ€“I Â get Â up Â panel Â on Â Greek Â life. Â This Â around Â 4:30 Â a.m. Â Then Â on Â Saturday Â actually Â happened Â last Â week, Â and Â and Â Sundays, Â I Â try Â to Â write Â more. Â I Â I Â spoke Â on Â the Â history Â of Â Black Â try Â to Â get Â 4.5 Â to Â 6 Â hours Â of Â writing Â Greeks. Â Itâ€™s Â really Â cool Â how Â a Â lot Â in Â a Â week. Â Greeks Â use Â this Â as Â a Â tool Â to Â promote Â college Â and Â a Â better Â life. Â Iâ€™ve Â hosted Â RP: Â Have Â you Â been Â involved Â with Â more Â events Â outside Â of Â Whitewater Â
Rick Â Daniels Â is Â a Â leadership Â advisor Â for Â Greek Â Life, Â but Â that Â is Â no Â longer Â his Â only Â title Â at Â UW-Â Whitewater. Â His Â newest Â title Â is Â author. Â Danielsâ€™ Â new Â book, Â â€œTap Â Dancing Â without Â Shoes,â€? Â debuts Â Daniels September Â 2013. The Â Royal Â Purple Â had Â the Â op-Â portunity Â to Â speak Â with Â Mr. Â Daniels Â about Â his Â new Â book.
stepping Â here Â at Â the Â UW Â -ÂWhitewa-Â ter? Daniels: Â Yes, Â I Â pledged Â Alpha Â Phi Â Alpha Â in Â 2006. Â I Â became Â the Â presi-Â dent, Â and Â we Â put Â on Â a Â yard Â show. Â It Â ZDVRQHRIWKHÂżUVWWKH\KDGKDGLQ awhile. Â Iâ€™ve Â stepped Â on Â this Â cam-Â pus Â seven Â or Â eight Â times. Â The Â step Â show Â has Â now Â grown Â into Â one Â of Â the Â largest Â in Â Wisconsin. Â
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RP: Â What Â made Â you Â decide Â you Â wanted Â to Â write Â about Â stepping? Daniels: Â The Â book Â started Â out Â as Â D SUHVHQWDWLRQ 7KH ÂżUVW \HDU ZH did Â a Â Yard Â Show Â was Â my Â senior Â year Â in Â Alpha Â Phi Â Alpha. Â We Â let Â Greeks Â outside Â National Â Pan-ÂHel-Â lenic Â Council Â be Â involved, Â but Â they Â ÂżUVW KDG WR VLW WKURXJK D SURJUDP on Â stepping. Â Â We Â realized Â Blacks Â didnâ€™t Â know Â about Â the Â history Â of Â stepping Â either, Â so Â it Â then Â became Â less Â about Â educating Â others Â and Â more Â about Â educating Â everyone. Â It Â spiraled Â into Â a Â research Â project Â that Â I Â donâ€™t Â really Â want Â to Â end. Â There Â is Â only Â one Â book Â out Â there Â about Â step-Â ping, Â so Â I Â want Â there Â to Â be Â more Â out Â there Â about Â it. Â
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than Â Iâ€™ve Â actually Â stepped Â in. Daniels: Â The Â book Â is Â in Â no Â way Â to Â make Â me Â famousâ€“it Â is Â to Â spread Â the Â history Â of Â the Â cul-Â ture Â and Â this Â great Â art Â form. Â That Â is Â the Â idea. Â From Â the Â on-Â set, Â I Â really Â just Â wanted Â to Â ed-Â ucate Â people. Â I Â really Â want Â to Â make Â it Â a Â really Â interactive Â bookâ€“the Â design Â is Â going Â to Â be Â a Â magazine Â format. Â I Â want Â it Â to Â jump Â out Â to Â people, Â because Â the Â art Â form Â isnâ€™t Â boring, Â so Â I Â want Â the Â book Â to Â be Â exciting. I Â challenge Â a Â lot Â of Â mispercep-Â
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tions Â about Â step-Â ping. Â You Â donâ€™t Â have Â to Â step Â to Â join Â a Â Black Â organiza-Â tion. Â I Â do Â a Â compre-Â hensive Â analysis Â of Â â€œStomp Â the Â Yardâ€?â€“ the Â good Â things Â that Â came Â from Â the Â movie Â and Â also Â the Â bad Â ste-Â reotypes Â from Â it. Â Each Â chapter Â opens Â up Â with Â a Â personal Â story Â involving Â stepping Â that Â I Â think Â helps Â paint Â the Â pic-Â ture Â for Â the Â chapter. Â HaglundE12@uww.edu
Campus Briefs Drumlin Â Dining Â Hall Â The Â grand Â opening Â of Â Drum-Â lin Â will Â be Â postponed Â again Â for Â the Â third Â time Â this Â semester Â with Â no Â current Â open Â date. Â Â The Â issues Â that Â have Â caused Â delays Â include: Â university Â still Â not Â owning Â the Â building Â due Â to Â contractual Â obligations, Â approv-Â al Â sat Â on Â the Â governorâ€™s Â desk Â for Â a Â extended Â period Â of Â time, Â the Â ordering Â of Â Italian Â tile Â and Â heating Â ventilation Â and Â air Â con-Â ditioning Â problems. Â Â Once Â opened, Â residents Â liv-Â ing Â on Â the Â west Â side Â of Â campus Â will Â have Â access Â before Â eastside Â students Â because Â of Â time Â it Â will Â take Â to Â train Â Drumlin Â employ-Â ees. Â Â
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Junior Logan Pourchot started his own small business, Studs and Spuds, on Dec. 1 with the help of local entrepreneur Tyler Sailsbury, who provided the facility. Serving at The Black Sheep, 206 W. Whitewater St, from 11 p.m. to 2 a.m., Studs and Spuds provides a low-key setting for late-night snackers. The business serves a variety of french fry dishes ranging from $2 to $4. Pourchot said running the business has taught him a lot about entrepreneurship.
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WEDNESDAY March Â 6, Â 2013
Opinion Â Editor: Abbie Â Reetz
Â -ÂAlbert Â Einstein
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Professor Â rating Â sites Â often Â misleading Royal Purple Editorial Â Staff Â Opinion
With Â academic Â advising Â right Â around Â the Â corner, Â many Â students Â are Â beginning Â to Â plan Â their Â schedules Â for Â next Â semester. Â For Â many, Â picking Â classes Â isnâ€™t Â just Â DERXW ZKDW LV UHTXLUHG DQG ZKDW ÂżWV ZLWK the Â rest Â of Â their Â schedule. Â Students Â often Â consider Â whether Â friends Â will Â be Â in Â the Â same Â classes, Â what Â class Â combinations Â will Â result Â in Â the Â easiest Â workload Â and Â who Â is Â teaching Â the Â classes Â they Â need Â when Â they Â choose Â a Â schedule Â for Â the Â upcoming Â semester. When Â deciding Â what Â classes Â to Â take, Â RateMyProfessors.com Â and Â other Â similar Â websites Â are Â not Â the Â most Â useful Â tools. Websites Â like Â RateMyProfessors.com Â rely Â on Â student Â votes Â to Â give Â professors Â a Â UDQNLQJ RI XS WR ÂżYH VWDUV 6WXGHQWV FDQ vote Â on Â a Â professorâ€™s Â overall Â quality, Â easi-Â ness Â and Â how Â attractive Â they Â are. These Â factors Â are Â not Â a Â good Â represen-Â tation Â of Â a Â professorâ€™s Â ability, Â and Â they Â GRQÂśWUHĂ€HFWDEURDGUDQJHRIRSLQLRQV Typically, Â students Â only Â vote Â if Â they Â loved Â or Â hated Â a Â particular Â professor. Â Stu-Â dents Â who Â were Â indifferent Â or Â thought Â the Â professor Â was Â average Â arenâ€™t Â as Â motivat-Â ed Â to Â vote, Â so Â the Â results Â are Â drastically Â skewed. There Â is Â no Â way Â of Â knowing Â if Â one Â student Â didnâ€™t Â do Â the Â classwork Â and Â con-Â
sequently Â got Â a Â bad Â grade Â but Â blamed Â the Â professor Â and Â took Â it Â out Â on Â them Â by Â giv-Â ing Â them Â a Â poor Â ranking. In Â addition Â to Â often Â having Â skewed Â results, Â RateMyProfessors.com Â evaluates Â information Â that Â has Â nothing Â to Â do Â with Â a Â professorâ€™s Â teaching Â ability. By Â ranking Â a Â professorâ€™s Â perceived Â at-Â tractiveness, Â these Â websites Â objectify Â the Â role Â models Â students Â are Â supposed Â to Â look Â up Â to. Â How Â attractive Â someone Â is Â has Â noth-Â ing Â to Â do Â with Â their Â academic Â ability. Â Unless Â you Â are Â a Â model, Â you Â will Â never Â be Â asked Â to Â submit Â a Â photo, Â because Â what Â you Â look Â like Â doesnâ€™t Â determine Â whether Â \RXDUHÂżWIRUDMRE Besides Â providing Â an Â inaccurate Â por-Â trayal Â of Â a Â professorâ€™s Â teaching Â abilities, Â these Â websites Â donâ€™t Â realistically Â represent Â Â life Â after Â college. After Â graduation, Â most Â wonâ€™t Â have Â the Â option Â of Â choosing Â a Â boss Â or Â coworkers. Â Almost Â everyone Â will Â have Â to Â work Â with Â a Â person Â they Â donâ€™t Â get Â along Â with Â at Â some Â point Â in Â their Â life, Â and Â usually Â there Â wonâ€™t Â be Â anything Â they Â can Â do Â about Â the Â situation Â but Â learn Â how Â to Â work Â around Â their Â differences. Similarly, Â students Â should Â use Â experi-Â ences Â with Â professors Â they Â donâ€™t Â get Â along Â with Â as Â learning Â opportunities. Â If Â a Â student Â has Â problems Â with Â a Â profes-Â sor, Â they Â should Â set Â up Â a Â meeting Â with Â that Â
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sure Â to Â take Â note Â of Â the Â number Â of Â votes Â that Â professor Â has Â received. Â If Â a Â professor Â has Â a Â bad Â overall Â rat-Â ing Â but Â only Â a Â few Â students Â have Â voted Â on Â WKHPLWLVSUREDEO\QRWDQDFFXUDWHUHĂ€HF tion Â of Â what Â the Â professor Â is Â actually Â like. Instead Â of Â rearranging Â class Â schedules Â to Â avoid Â a Â particular Â professor Â or Â letting Â the Â opinions Â of Â others Â decide Â schedules, Â students Â should Â take Â the Â classes Â they Â need Â when Â it Â is Â most Â convenient Â to Â take Â them Â and Â decide Â for Â themselves Â if Â they Â like Â the Â professorâ€™s Â teaching Â style. email@example.com
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From left to right: David Fleming, John Piazza and Sam White are players on UW-Whitewaterâ€™s wheelchair basketball team. They were each injured in seperate motorcycle-related accidents. All three men expressed acceptance of their new lifestyles.
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Â wheelchair Â basketball Â Â team Â share Â their Â stories Â Â Â Â of Â becoming Â disabled Â Â By Amanda Ong Staff Â Writer Â Â Â Many Â students Â walk Â to Â class Â and Â climb Â stairs Â everyday. Â But Â what Â happens Â when Â those Â abili-Â ties Â are Â taken Â away Â in Â the Â blink Â of Â an Â eye? Â Freshman Â David Â Fleming, Â ju-Â nior Â John Â Piazza, Â and Â freshman Â Sam Â White Â know Â exactly Â what Â this Â feels Â like. Â All Â three Â were Â injured Â in Â motorcyle Â accidents Â which Â left Â them Â disabled. Though Â the Â three Â come Â from Â dif-Â ferent Â backgrounds, Â in Â the Â end, Â they Â all Â come Â together Â as Â one Â with Â a Â passion Â for Â riding Â motor-Â cycles Â and Â playing Â wheelchair Â basketball. Â All Â three Â men Â moved Â to Â Whitewater Â with Â hopes Â to Â study Â while Â they Â play Â for Â one Â of Â the Â most Â prestigious Â wheelchair Â bas-Â ketball Â teams Â in Â the Â nation. Â Â Fleming, Â 28, Â is Â originally Â from Â Huffman, Â Texas. Â He Â is Â studying Â accounting. Â Â His Â life Â drastically Â changed Â when Â a Â woman Â driving Â a Â truck Â failed Â to Â stop Â at Â a Â stop Â sign. Â She Â drifted Â into Â the Â lane Â where Â Flem-Â ing Â was Â riding, Â and Â a Â collision Â FDXVHGKLPWRĂ€\RIIRIKLVPR torcycle. Â He Â was Â then Â run Â over Â by Â another Â car. Â He Â was Â 19 Â years Â old Â at Â the Â time Â of Â the Â accident. Â Â â€œNo Â matter Â what Â happened, Â I Â canâ€™t Â take Â it Â back,â€? Â Fleming Â said. Â â€œI Â canâ€™t Â change Â what Â happened. Â I Â can Â only Â make Â the Â best Â of Â it.â€? Â Looking Â back, Â Fleming Â said Â this Â is Â one Â of Â the Â â€œbest Â thingsâ€? Â
that Â has Â ever Â happened Â to Â him. Â Â â€œBecause Â of Â my Â accident, Â it Â has Â made Â me Â who Â I Â am Â today,â€? Â Fleming Â said. Â â€œIâ€™m Â pretty Â happy Â with Â where Â I Â am.â€? Â Piazza, Â 27, Â is Â not Â only Â a Â member Â of Â the Â menâ€™s Â wheelchair Â basketball Â team, Â he Â is Â also Â a Â cam-Â pus Â assistant. Â Â He Â transfered Â from Â Redding, Â Calif., Â and Â he Â is Â pursuing Â a Â bach-Â elorâ€™s Â degree Â in Â history Â with Â an Â emphasis Â in Â Middle Â Eastern Â his-Â tory. Â He Â hopes Â to Â attend Â graduate Â school Â and Â become Â a Â professor Â at Â a Â community Â college. Â Â Piazza Â was Â riding Â home Â from Â a Â friendâ€™s Â house Â when Â his Â acci-Â dent Â occurred. Â He Â was Â turning Â around Â the Â corner Â when Â his Â bike Â hit Â the Â gravel Â and Â went Â into Â the Â dirt. Â He Â rode Â out Â from Â the Â dirt Â and Â stopped, Â which Â caused Â him Â WR GR D IURQWĂ€LS +H ODQGHG RQ his Â tailbone. Â Â â€œIt Â was Â completely Â my Â fault. Â There Â was Â no Â one Â to Â blame,â€? Â Pi-Â azza Â said. Â â€œIt Â was Â just Â my Â inex-Â perience Â as Â a Â rider.â€? Â Piazza Â recalled Â that Â the Â acci-Â dent Â was Â exactly Â six Â months Â af-Â ter Â his Â birthday. Â He Â was Â 20 Â years Â old. Â Â Piazza Â said Â the Â accident Â did Â not Â deter Â his Â love Â of Â motorcycles. Â â€œI Â still Â love Â motorcycles Â to Â death,â€? Â Piazza Â said. Â â€œI Â see Â one Â and Â still Â would Â love Â to Â hop Â on Â a Â motorcycle.â€? Â White, Â 25, Â was Â born Â and Â raised Â in Â Adelaide, Â Australia. Â He Â is Â also Â a Â freshman Â majoring Â in Â information Â technology. Â Â Unlike Â Fleming Â and Â Piazza, Â Whiteâ€™s Â accident Â was Â due Â to Â mo-Â tocross Â racing. Â Â He Â was Â out Â practicing Â with Â some Â friends Â on Â a Â remote Â track Â they Â had Â created Â about Â half Â an Â
hour Â out Â of Â town. Â Â He Â was Â in Â the Â middle Â of Â a Â lap Â when Â he Â went Â through Â a Â section Â of Â the Â track Â that Â was Â severely Â rut-Â ted Â out, Â and Â while Â on Â a Â step Â up Â ramp, Â the Â bike Â got Â out Â of Â control. Â +H Ă€LSSHG RYHU WKH KDQGOHEDUV with Â the Â rear Â suspension Â fully Â compressed. Â Â White Â said Â he Â could Â not Â per-Â fectly Â recall Â what Â happened Â after Â that, Â but Â he Â landed Â on Â his Â back Â and Â broke Â his Â spine. Â White Â was Â found Â 40 Â minutes Â after Â the Â acci-Â dent. Â Â People Â deal Â with Â accidents Â like Â these Â in Â different Â ways. Â Many Â deal Â with Â depression, Â de-Â nial Â or Â anger. Â Â Struggles Â are Â inevitable, Â but Â Fleming, Â Piazza Â and Â White Â said Â the Â hard Â times Â always Â come Â with Â acceptance Â of Â who Â they Â are Â and Â who Â they Â have Â become. Â White Â said Â he Â accepts Â the Â fact Â that Â he Â will Â not Â be Â able Â to Â walk Â again Â only Â three Â years Â after Â his Â accident Â happened. Â Â â€œYou Â move Â on, Â get Â on Â with Â life Â and Â quit Â feeling Â sorry Â for Â yourself,â€? Â White Â said. Â To Â Piazza, Â wheelchair Â bas-Â ketball Â is Â an Â outlet. Â He Â started Â playing Â wheelchair Â basketball Â three Â months Â after Â he Â got Â back Â from Â the Â hospital. Â â€œYou Â can Â either Â try Â your Â best Â and Â make Â the Â best Â of Â a Â bad Â situ-Â ation, Â or Â you Â can Â go Â down Â the Â other Â route,â€? Â Piazza Â said. Â â€œBut Â you Â have Â the Â choice Â to Â do Â it Â ei-Â ther Â way.â€? Â Family Â and Â friends Â are Â a Â main Â LQĂ€XHQFH RQ DOO WKUHH PHQ DQG they Â said Â it Â is Â their Â self-Âdetermi-Â QDWLRQ WKDW GHÂżQHV ZKR WKH\ DUH today.
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Comedian Â Michael Â Malone Â is Â coming Â to Â UW-ÂWhitewater Â for Â a Â performance Â he Â said Â students Â are Â sure Â to Â enjoy Â because Â of Â how Â much Â he Â gives Â the Â audience Â compared Â to Â other Â comedians. Â â€œI Â try Â to Â give Â them Â an Â experience Â instead Â of Â a Â show,â€? Â Malone Â said. Â â€œIâ€™m Â not Â just Â a Â guy Â stand-Â ing Â behind Â a Â microphone Â doing Â one-Âliners.â€? The Â free Â stand-Âup Â act Â takes Â place Â at Â 8 Â p.m. Â on Â March Â 7 Â in Â the Â Down Â Un-Â der. Â Malone Malone Â said Â he Â enjoys Â the Â honesty Â of Â comedy Â more Â than Â anything Â else. Â â€œI Â like Â getting Â to Â know Â the Â audience,â€? Â Malone Â said. Â â€œI Â like Â to Â connect Â on Â a Â person-Â al Â level, Â and Â I Â feel Â like Â that Â honesty Â opens Â up Â a Â whole Â new Â level Â of Â laughter.â€?
Christina Â Aguileraâ€™s Â latest Â al-Â bum Â â€œLotusâ€? Â is Â underappreciated Â and Â overlooked, Â plain Â and Â simple. The Â 16-Âtrack Â deluxe Â edition Â of Â â€œLotusâ€? Â was Â released Â in Â Novem-Â EHUDQG$JXLOHUDÂśVÂżUVWVLQ gle Â from Â the Â album, Â â€œYour Â Body,â€? Â was Â released Â two Â months Â prior. Â This Â sexy Â single Â was Â undoubt-Â edly Â one Â of Â her Â best Â since Â â€œAinâ€™t Â No Â Other Â Manâ€? Â and Â â€œCandymanâ€? Â on Â her Â two-Âdisc Â album Â â€œBack Â to Â Basics,â€? Â released Â in Â 2006. Â â€œYour Â Bodyâ€? Â deserves Â to Â be Â played Â on Â pop Â stations Â and Â in Â clubs Â every-Â where. Â This Â album Â stands Â out Â against Â Aguileraâ€™s Â previous Â albums Â for Â a Â couple Â of Â reasons. Â First, Â this Â is Â $JXLOHUDÂśV ÂżUVW DOEXP VLQFH KHU divorce Â from Â Jordan Â Bratman Â in Â 2010, Â and Â that Â is Â evident Â through Â her Â vocals Â and Â lyrics, Â which Â are Â at Â their Â best Â when Â she Â is Â emotional. Â Second, Â her Â music Â takes Â you Â back Â Â
Comedians Â like Â Bill Â Hicks Â and Â Bill Â Burr, Â ZKR UHĂ€HFW WKH NLQG RI KRQHVW\ 0DORQH loves Â to Â have Â with Â his Â audience, Â are Â some Â of Â Maloneâ€™s Â inspirations. The Â young Â comedian Â started Â his Â com-Â edy Â career Â fresh Â out Â of Â high Â school Â when Â his Â friend Â invited Â him Â to Â perform Â with Â him Â at Â The Â Funny Â Bone Â comedy Â club. Â After Â preparing Â for Â two Â weeks, Â Malone Â performed Â his Â ÂżUVWUHDOVWDQGXSDFWDW years Â old. â€œIt Â ended Â up Â being Â a Â contest, Â and Â I Â took Â home Â second Â place,â€? Â Malone Â said. Â â€œWe Â just Â caught Â the Â Martell bug Â and Â started Â going Â ev-Â ery Â week.â€? Malone Â said Â he Â had Â to Â promise Â not Â to Â drink Â before Â being Â given Â an Â armband Â and Â snuck Â into Â the Â 21-Âand-Âolder Â club Â every Â week. He Â said Â he Â has Â been Â used Â to Â being Â on Â
to Â when Â Aguilera Â was Â in Â her Â prime, Â and Â she Â reminds Â the Â listen-Â er Â why Â she Â is Â still Â a Â relevant Â artist. Â /DVWO\DIWHUKHUĂ€RSRIDQDOEXP â€œBionic,â€? Â can Â she Â really Â do Â any Â worse? Two Â of Â her Â songs, Â â€œArmy Â of Â Meâ€? Â and Â â€œCease Â Fire,â€? Â feature Â mil-Â itaristic Â sounds, Â such Â as Â percus-Â sion Â cadences Â and Â gunshots. Â The Â lyrics Â in Â these Â songs Â focus Â on Â overcoming Â odds Â and Â rising Â Commentary by Carley Rymkus against Â whoever Â Managing Editor is Â trying Â to Â bring Â you Â down. Â For Â all Â of Â the Â fans Â of Â Aguileraâ€™s Â â€œFighter,â€? Â her Â song Â â€œArmy Â of Â Meâ€? Â is Â like Â the Â new Â and Â improved Â version Â from Â her Â â€œStrippedâ€? Â album Â years Â ago. One Â of Â my Â favorite Â aspects Â of Â Aguileraâ€™s Â vocal Â abilities Â is Â
stage Â ever Â since Â his Â junior Â year Â in Â high Â school Â when Â he Â hosted Â a Â fake Â awards Â show Â for Â his Â school Â that Â poked Â fun Â at Â celebrities. As Â an Â overweight Â teenager, Â Malone Â used Â his Â comedy Â to Â befriend Â all Â the Â cliques Â in Â high Â school. Â â€œI Â found Â that Â humor Â let Â me Â weave Â in Â and Â out Â of Â the Â different Â groups,â€? Â Malone Â said. Â â€œI Â was Â able Â to Â hang Â out Â with Â the Â jocks, Â the Â nerds Â and Â the Â in-Âbetweens Â because Â of Â com-Â edy, Â and Â it Â resonated Â throughout Â my Â life Â that Â I Â could Â be Â this Â chameleon, Â because Â every-Â body Â relates Â to Â comedy.â€? Malone Â attributes Â his Â comedic Â talent Â to Â his Â mom. Â She Â would Â constantly Â prank Â him Â as Â a Â child Â by Â telling Â him Â he Â was Â adopted. Â â€œShe Â took Â it Â too Â far Â one Â time Â and Â told Â me Â that Â she Â was Â a Â vampire, Â and Â she Â started Â drinking Â fake Â blood Â in Â front Â of Â me,â€? Â Malone Â said. Â â€œWe Â would Â always Â be Â doing Â pranks Â like Â that Â back Â and Â forth Â to Â each Â other.â€? Â Student Â Entertainment Â Awareness Â League Â intern Â Garrett Â Martell Â said Â Malone Â
her Â ballads, Â which Â are Â performed Â beautifully. Â Her Â multiple Â ballads Â on Â â€œLotusâ€? Â are Â proof Â alone Â why Â this Â album Â is Â overlooked. Â Her Â vocal Â runs Â and Â inspiring Â lyrics Â in Â â€œBest Â of Â Meâ€? Â and Â â€œLight Â up Â the Â Skyâ€? Â provide Â moving Â messages, Â and Â they Â have Â become Â two Â of Â my Â favorites Â on Â the Â album. It Â wouldnâ€™t Â be Â a Â Christina Â Agu-Â ilera Â album Â without Â a Â few Â provoc-Â ative Â songs, Â and Â â€œLotusâ€? Â is Â no Â ex-Â ception. Â Along Â with Â â€œYour Â Body,â€? Â her Â songs Â â€œRed Â Hot Â Kinda Â Love,â€? Â â€œLet Â There Â be Â Loveâ€? Â and Â â€œAround Â the Â Worldâ€? Â show Â the Â sexy Â side Â of Â Aguilera Â that Â everyone Â has Â grown Â accustomed Â to Â since Â her Â infamous Â and Â controversial Â hit Â â€œDirrty.â€? â€œCirclesâ€? Â and Â â€œShut Â Upâ€? Â are Â two Â songs Â that Â clearly Â prove Â Agu-Â ilera Â does Â not Â give Â a Â damn Â what Â people Â think Â about Â her. Â Her Â vul-Â gar Â lyrics Â tell Â haters Â to Â â€œshut Â upâ€? Â and Â â€œspin Â around Â in Â circles Â on Â her Â
was Â asked Â to Â come Â to Â campus Â because Â SEAL Â believed Â he Â would Â perform Â for Â a Â col-Â lege Â audience. â€œSEAL Â booked Â Mike Â Malone, Â because Â ZHWKRXJKWKHZDVDJRRGÂżWIRUFDPSXVDQG that Â the Â students Â would Â enjoy Â him,â€? Â Martell Â said. The Â book Â process Â takes Â place Â each Â April, Â DVÂżYH6($/LQWHUQVDUHVHQWWRWKH1DWLRQDO Association Â of Â Campus Â Activities Â to Â watch Â a Â variety Â of Â performances Â to Â determine Â which Â ones Â will Â be Â brought Â to Â campus Â the Â follow-Â ing Â year. Â Â â€œWe Â look Â for Â comedians Â who Â can Â hold Â the Â audienceâ€™s Â attention Â and Â whose Â humor Â VW\OHÂżWVWKHFDPSXVÂ´0DUWHOOVDLG On Â a Â personal Â level, Â Martell Â said Â he Â be-Â lieves Â Malone Â is Â great. Â â€œMike Â is Â hilarious,â€? Â Martel Â said. Â â€œHeâ€™s Â very Â animated Â on Â stage, Â reminding Â me Â of Â Jim Â Carrey.â€?
m i d d l e Â ÂżQJHUÂ´ , wasnâ€™t Â overly Â impressed Â with Â either Â of Â them. A g u i l e r a Â collaborated Â on Â two Â of Â her Â songs Â with Â fellow Â â€œThe Â Voiceâ€? Â judges, Â Cee-ÂLo Â Green Â and Â Blake Â Shelton. Â Though Â I Â really Â donâ€™t Â care Â for Â the Â soulful Â â€œMake Â the Â world Â move,â€? Â I Â am Â a Â huge Â fan Â of Â Aguileraâ€™s Â and Â Sheltonâ€™s Â â€œJust Â a Â Fool.â€? Â Being Â someone Â who Â de-Â spises Â country, Â I Â think Â that Â is Â say-Â ing Â a Â lot. Â This Â song Â showcases Â the Â raw Â emotion Â of Â being Â heartbroken Â and Â is Â one Â that Â resonates Â with Â anyone Â who Â has Â had Â trouble Â get-Â ting Â over Â someone. Â Aguileraâ€™s Â and Â Sheltonâ€™s Â differing Â vocal Â back-Â grounds Â combine Â brilliantly Â in Â this Â track.
Though Â not Â perfect, Â this Â album Â reinforces Â everything Â I Â love Â about Â Aguilera. Â Her Â powerhouse Â pipes Â shine Â through Â ballads Â and Â upbeat Â pop Â tunes Â with Â not Â a Â tear Â in Â sight. Â Aguileraâ€™s Â ability Â to Â seamlessly Â sing Â through Â different Â genres Â of Â music Â is Â why Â I Â respect Â her Â as Â an Â artist Â so Â loyally. Say Â what Â you Â want Â about Â Agu-Â ilera, Â but Â her Â moving Â lyrics Â and Â SRZHUÂżOOHG YRFDO WDOHQW DORQH proves Â why Â she Â should Â continue Â recording Â albums. RymkusCR05@uww.edu
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WEDNESDAY â€œSome Â people Â want Â it Â to Â happen, Â some Â wish Â it Â to Â happen, Â others Â make Â it Â happen.â€? Â -ÂMichael Â Jordan
March Â 6, Â 2013
Sports Â Editor: Zach Â Hicks
Assistant Â Editor: Kevin Â Cunningham PAGE Â 13
Home sweet home for â€™Hawks Warhawks Â to Â host Â Sweet Â Sixteen Â Friday
Womenâ€™s Hoops By Kevin Cunningham Asisstant Â Sports Â Editor
After Â two Â 20-Âpoint Â victories, Â the Â Warhawks Â womenâ€™s Â bas-Â ketball Â team Â has Â advanced Â to Â the Â Sweet Â Sixteen Â round Â of Â the Â NCAA Â Tournament. Â On Â Friday, Â March Â 1, Â the Â â€™Hawks Â defeated Â Wisconsin Â Lu-Â WKHUDQ &ROOHJH LQ WKH ÂżUVW round. Â The Â Warriors Â were Â led Â by Â senior Â point Â guard Â Shavon Â Dillon Â in Â scoring Â all Â season. She Â av-Â eraged Â 14.1 Â points, Â 4.8 Â re-Â bounds Â and Â 3.8 Â assists Â per Â game Â for Â the Â War-Â Thill riors, Â who Â lost Â only Â two Â games Â entering Â Fridayâ€™s Â game. Â Dillon Â started Â the Â game Â on Â ÂżUH VFRULQJ QLQH RI WKH WHDPÂśV ÂżUVW SRLQWV Âś+DZNV FDUHHU steals Â leader, Â junior Â point Â guard Â Kaitlyn Â Thill, Â was Â asked Â to Â con-Â tain Â Dillon Â throughout Â the Â game. Âł, ZDV D OLWWOH WLPLG DW ÂżUVWÂ´ Thill Â said. Â â€œBut Â I Â knew Â that Â we Â had Â to Â stop Â her Â right Â hand, Â and Â if Â we Â did Â that, Â she Â wouldnâ€™t Â be Â as Â much Â of Â a Â threat Â to Â us. Â Sheâ€™s Â one Â of Â their Â best Â players Â and Â leading Â VFRUHUV VR ZH GHÂżQLWHO\ KDG WR VWRSKHUÂ´ After Â Dillonâ€™s Â nine Â points Â LQ WKH JDPHÂśV ÂżUVW VL[ PLQXWHV
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Wrestlers win regional, set record ÂżHOGRIWHDPVZLWKDWHDPVFRUH of Â 121 Â points. Â Elmhurst Â College, Â Wrestling ranked Â No.2 Â nationally, Â hosted Â the Â tournament Â and Â came Â in Â second Â )`1\Z[PU:[7L[LY Staff Â Writer with Â 108 Â points. Â No. Â 5 Â ranked Â UW-Â LaCrosse, Â took Â 3rd Â with Â 89 Â points. Â History Â has Â been Â made. Â The Â Another Â WIAC Â foe, Â No. Â 9 Â UW-ÂSte-Â Warhawks Â wrestling Â team Â set Â a Â vens Â Point, Â placed Â fourth Â with Â 83.5 Â school Â record Â on Â Saturday Â March Â 2 Â points. at Â the Â NCAA Â Division Â III Â Regional Â â€œIâ€™m Â speechless, Â that Â was Â an Â in Â Elmhurst, Â Ind. Â They Â send Â eight Â of Â DPD]LQJ SHUIRUPDQFHÂ´ C+DZNV the Â ten Â wrestlers Â to Â head Â coach Â Tim Â the Â NCAA Â Wres-Â Fader Â said. Â â€œIt Â tling Â Champion-Â ZDQWWRWDNHÂżUVW, was Â a Â great Â team Â ship Â on Â March Â 15 Â wrestle;Íž Â as Â a Â and Â 16 Â in Â Cedar Â think Â itâ€™s Â crazy Â if Â thatâ€™s Â coach Â it Â was Â re-Â Rapids, Â Iowa. DOO\H[FLWLQJÂ´ QRW\RXUJRDO â€œWe Â had Â al-Â 7KH C+DZNV PRVW D Ă€DZOHVV took Â control Â of Â Anthony Â Edgren, S H U I R U P D Q F H Â´ the Â meet Â with Â sophomore said Â senior Â Jake Â four Â weight Â Fredricksen. Â â€œWe Â class Â champi-Â had Â eight Â guys Â ons. Â place Â in Â the Â top Â S o p h o -Â three Â out Â of Â 10. Â The Â last Â two Â rounds Â more Â Anthony Â Edgren Â won Â the Â we Â went Â 15-Â1 Â which Â was Â incred-Â 285-Âpound Â class Â title. Â He Â came Â in Â as Â LEOHÂ´ the Â No. Â 2 Â seed, Â and Â proceeded Â to Â win Â Thanks Â to Â the Â 15-Â1 Â record Â in Â the Â all Â four Â of Â his Â matches. Â He Â had Â two Â last Â two Â rounds, Â the Â No. Â 4 Â ranked Â pins, Â including Â one Â to Â win Â the Â title. Â A Â â€™Hawks, Â according Â to Â NCAA.com, Â motivated Â Edgren Â was Â already Â look-Â won Â regionals Â against Â a Â stacked Â ing Â forward Â to Â nationals. Â
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champion Â of Â the Â 165-Âpound Â class. Â +H DOVR UHFHLYHG D ÂżUVW URXQG E\H before Â he Â strung Â together Â three Â straight Â wins Â to Â take Â the Â title. Â His Â
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With Â big Â March Â ahead, Â â€™Hawks Â need Â support Â from Â students Commentary Itâ€™s Â March, Â but Â our Â campus Â is Â still Â being Â pummeled Â by Â snow. Â Since Â Mother Â Nature Â wonâ€™t Â let Â us Â enjoy Â the Â outdoors Â quite Â yet, Â we Â PXVWLQVWHDGÂżQG things Â to Â do Â in-Â side. Â Despite Â the Â cold Â leaking Â into Â 0DUFK ÂżYH DWK letic Â programs Â are Â anything Â but Â cold. Â The Â womenâ€™s Â Commentary by Zach Hicks basketball Â team Â Sports Editor will Â host Â the Â Sweet Â Sixteen Â and Â the Â Elite Â Eight Â on Â Friday Â and Â Saturday. Â The Â â€™Hawks Â are Â play-Â ing Â like Â they Â are Â poised Â for Â a Â deep Â run Â in Â this Â yearâ€™s Â tournament. Â Center Â Cortney Â Kumerow Â and Â point Â guard Â Kaitlyn Â Thill Â are Â the Â leaders Â of Â this Â yearâ€™s Â squad. Â It Â is Â the Â last Â season Â the Â duo Â will Â be Â able Â to Â play Â together. Â Kumerow Â has Â been Â dominant Â all Â season Â long. Â Very Â few Â players Â can Â match Â her Â size, Â strength Â and Â craftiness. Â (YHQ ZKHQ KHU RSSRQHQW LV ELJJHUWKDQKHU.XPHURZÂśVYDVW DUUD\RISRVWPRYHVDOORZVKHUWR EHHIIHFWLYHXQGHUWKHEDVNHW Thill Â has Â the Â ability Â to Â pres-Â VXUHWKHEDOODQGIRUFHWXUQRYHUV as Â a Â junior Â she Â is Â ranked Â No.1 Â in Â Warhawk Â womenâ€™s Â basketball Â history Â in Â steals Â for Â a Â career. Â Thill Â also Â shares Â the Â ball Â well. Â +DYLQJWRDFFRXQWIRUERWK7KLOO and Â Kumerow Â was Â something Â WHDPV NQHZ WKH\ ZRXOG KDYH WR do Â coming Â into Â the Â season. Â When Â the Â shot Â clock Â is Â winding Â down, Â junior Â guard Â Mary Â Merg Â takes Â RYHU Her Â one-Âon-Âone Â skills, Â which Â she Â credits Â to Â playing Â games Â in Â WKH GULYHZD\ DJDLQVW KHU EURWKHU Alex Â Merg, Â a Â guard Â on Â the Â menâ€™s Â WHDPDUHVSHFLDODWWKLVOHYHO The Â immergence Â of Â role Â play-Â ers Â like Â junior Â forward Â Amy Â Mandrell, Â freshman Â forward Â Lisa Â Palmer Â and Â freshman Â guard Â Ab-Â ELH5HHYHVKDYHPDGHWKLVWHDPD GHHS DQG YHUVDWLOH RQH 6R GHHS LQIDFWWKDWWKH\KDYHDOHJLWLPDWH shot Â at Â reaching Â the Â Final Â Four. This Â weekend, Â the Â team Â will Â try Â to Â get Â to Â the Â Final Â Four. Â The Â WDOHQWLVWKHUH7KHÂś+DZNVKDYH only Â lost Â one Â game Â at Â home Â this Â entire Â season. Â 7KH UHPDLQLQJ ÂżHOG LV GLIÂż FXOWDQGWKHÂś+DZNVZLOOKDYHWR ÂżJKWDQGFODZWKHLUZD\WRUHDFK their Â ultimate Â goal. Â With Â each Â game, Â the Â team Â seems Â to Â become Â PRUH DQG PRUH FRQÂżGHQW 3OD\ ing Â at Â home Â will Â only Â boost Â this Â FRQÂżGHQFH The Â menâ€™s Â team Â will Â take Â on Â North Â Central Â College Â on Â the Â road Â Saturday Â in Â their Â quest Â to Â repeat Â as Â national Â champions. Â North Â Central Â is Â one Â of Â the Â best Â teams Â in Â the Â country Â but Â the Â â€™Hawks Â are Â clicking Â on Â all Â cylinders. Â It Â will Â not Â be Â easy, Â but Â look Â IRU WKH WHDP WR DGYDQFH WR WKH Sweet Â Sixteen. Â They Â do Â not Â look Â like Â they Â plan Â on Â slowing Â down Â any Â time Â soon. Â The Â teamâ€™s Â athleticism Â is Â go-Â ing Â to Â be Â hard Â for Â opponents Â to Â match. Â There Â arenâ€™t Â many Â players Â like Â Quardell Â Young Â and Â Darnell Â
+DUULVLQ'LYLVLRQ,,,EDVNHWEDOO )XUWKHUPRUH WKH EHY\ RI GHSWK WKH Âś+DZNV KDYH LQ <RXQJ (ULF %U\VRQ $OH[ 0HUJ .- (YDQV and Â Patrick Â Sutter Â will Â create Â problems Â for Â other Â teams. Â Very Â IHZ VTXDGV KDYH WKDW NLQG RI depth. Â North Â Central Â will Â be Â a Â tough Â game, Â but Â the Â â€™Hawks Â are Â just Â getting Â started. The Â wrestling Â team Â won Â their Â regional Â and Â is Â going Â to Â the Â na-Â tional Â championships Â in Â Cedar Â Rapids, Â Iowa Â on Â March Â 15 Â and Â 16. Â They Â will Â wrestle Â eight Â ath-Â letes Â at Â the Â national Â champion-Â ships, Â a Â school Â record. Â All Â season Â ORQJ LWÂśV EHHQ HYLGHQW WKDW WKH wrestling Â team Â has Â a Â legit Â shot Â at Â a Â national Â title. Â The Â maturation Â of Â this Â pro-Â JUDP LV LPSUHVVLYH $OWKRXJK theyâ€™ll Â be Â far Â from Â home, Â there Â are Â ways Â fans Â can Â go Â to Â Iowa Â WR VHH WKH Âś+DZNV ZUHVWOH OLYH Check Â uwwsports.com Â under Â the Â wrestling Â tab Â for Â more Â informa-Â tion. Â If Â fans Â are Â staying Â in Â White-Â water Â that Â weekend, Â all Â they Â will Â need Â is Â their Â computer. Â The Â Royal Â 3XUSOHZLOOOLYHWZHHWWKHHYHQW It Â is Â an Â exciting Â time Â to Â be Â a Â Warhawk Â fan. Â The Â menâ€™s Â team Â looks Â great Â and Â a Â repeat Â national Â championship Â isnâ€™t Â just Â possible Â but Â reasonable Â to Â hope Â for. Â The Â women Â look Â great, Â too. Â A Â Final Â Four Â appearance Â is Â within Â grasp Â this Â weekend. Â If Â WKH\DGYDQFHDQDWLRQDOFKDPSL onship Â is Â possible. Â Kumerow Â and Â Thill Â are Â such Â a Â great Â combina-Â tion Â that Â teams Â will Â struggle Â to Â stop Â them Â both. Â As Â for Â wrestling, Â another Â record-Âsetting Â season Â has Â neared Â its Â end. Â Whether Â the Â wrestling Â team Â wins Â it Â all Â at Â nationals Â or Â simply Â has Â a Â solid Â showing, Â we Â can Â be Â proud Â of Â the Â ascension Â that Â War-Â hawk Â wrestling Â has Â made. Â These Â WKUHH WHDPV DOO KDYH OHJLWLPDWH shots Â at Â winning Â it Â all. Â +RZHYHU WKH PHQÂśV DQG ZRPHQÂśV WUDFN DQG ÂżHOG LQGRRU national Â championships Â are Â this Â weekend, Â too. Â While Â the Â men Â and Â women Â might Â not Â win Â it Â all, Â they Â are Â both Â top-Ânotch Â programs Â na-Â WLRQDOO\ :H FDQ H[SHFW WR KDYH multiple Â All-ÂAmericans. Â ,I \RX KDYH QRW EHHQ IROORZ ing Â these Â teams Â throughout Â the Â \HDULWÂśVDQHDV\Âż[WRPDNH2Q twitter, Â follow Â @RP_Sports. Â We Â OLYHWZHHWHYHQWVDQGXSGDWH\RX on Â the Â Warhawks Â through Â stories, Â tweets Â and Â analysis. Â This Â next Â month Â is Â huge Â for Â RXU WHDPV :H KDYH D GHGLFDW ed Â core Â of Â students Â that Â attend Â basketball Â games Â and Â stands Â WKURXJKRXW2XUWHDPVIHHGRIIRI their Â energy. Â If Â we Â could Â add Â to Â the Â group Â that Â stands, Â and Â makes Â noise, Â or Â HYHQEHWWHUPDNHHYHU\RQHLQWKH student Â section Â stand, Â we Â could Â WUXO\ WDNH DGYDQWDJH RI SOD\LQJ at Â home. 2XU WHDPV DUH JRRG DQG RXU fellow Â students Â are Â enthusiastic Â about Â them. Â This Â weekend, Â join Â them. Â Become Â a Â part Â of Â Warhawk Â Nation. HicksZW16@uww.edu
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The Â Warhawks Â menâ€™s Â bas-Â NHWEDOO WHDP WRRN WKH ÂżUVW VWHS in Â defending Â their Â national Â title Â on Â Saturday Â night. Â They Â beat Â Dubuque Â University Â 58-Â42 Â in Â the Â ÂżUVW URXQG RI WKH 1&$$ WRXUQD ment. Â Head Â coach Â Pat Â Miller Â was Â SOHDVHG WKH ÂżUVW URXQG ZDV EH hind Â his Â team. Â â€œItâ€™s Â good. Â It Â was Â a Â long Â week,â€? Â Miller Â said. Â â€œItâ€™s Â a Â long Â WLPHWRZDLWWRSOD\,WKRXJKWZH came Â out Â with Â good Â defensive Â LQWHQVLW\ :LWKLQ RXU JDPH SODQ we Â wanted Â to Â take Â them Â out Â of Â what Â they Â wanted Â to Â do. Â I Â thought Â we Â did Â a Â really Â good Â job Â of Â that. Â Obviously, Â they Â had Â a Â hard Â time Â scoring Â early.â€? The Â Warhawks Â got Â off Â to Â a Â 17-Â0 Â run Â after Â being Â down Â three Â HDUO\DQGQHYHUJDYHXSWKHOHDG Both Â teams Â went Â through Â long Â VFRULQJGURXJKWVLQWKHÂżUVWKDOI 'HVSLWHWKDWWKHÂś+DZNVWRRNWKH OHDGLQWRWKHORFNHUURRPXS 18.
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season Â record Â is Â now Â 14-Â5. 7KHSRXQGWLWOHZHQWWRMX nior Â Elroy Â Perkin. Â +H ZDV WKH 1R VHHG LQ WKH tournament Â but Â reeled Â off Â four Â straight Â to Â receive Â his Â title. Â He Â now Â has Â a Â 35-Â7 Â record Â on Â the Â season. Â â€œWe Â didnâ€™t Â have Â anybody Â that Â was Â the Â favorite Â to Â win Â the Â tourna-Â PHQW DQG JRW FKDPSV ZKLFK LV just Â amazing,â€? Â Fader Â said. Â â€œItâ€™s Â a Â UHDOO\H[FLWLQJGLVSOD\RIZUHVWOLQJ DQG,DPUHDOO\SURXGRIWKHP:H have Â a Â team Â that Â does Â not Â quit, Â ever.â€? )UHVKPDQ 5RODQG 'XQODS ZDV awarded Â a Â bye Â and Â won Â his Â two Â matches Â to Â advance Â to Â the Â title Â match. Â He Â was Â defeated, Â but Â took Â second Â to Â advance Â to Â nationals. Â The Â
Dubuque Â started Â to Â climb Â back Â into Â the Â game Â in Â the Â second Â half, Â when Â they Â cut Â the Â â€™Hawksâ€™ Â lead Â to Â single Â digits Â at Â 34-Â26 Â with Â UHPDLQLQJ 7KH 6SDUWDQV continued Â then Â cut Â the Â â€™Hawks Â lead Â down Â to Â six Â at Â the Â 11:18 Â PDUNDW 7KHQDWVHYHQRQWZRVHSDUDWH occasions Â at Â 43-Â36 Â at Â the Â 6:54 Â PDUNDQGDWWKHDWWKH mark Â of Â the Â second Â half. $W WKH mark Â of Â the Â sec-Â ond Â half, Â junior Â Eric Â Bryson Â hit Â a Â NH\ SRLQWHU WR SXVKWKHÂś+DZNV lead Â back Â to Â 10 Â at Â 48-Â38. Â Â Bryson â€œI Â saw Â Quardell Â [Young] Â drive Â it,â€? Â ju-Â nior Â Eric Â Bryson Â said. Â â€œI Â just Â re-Â SRVLWLRQHG P\VHOI DQG JRW RSHQ and Â got Â ready Â to Â shot. Â There Â was Â a Â guy Â right Â in Â my Â face Â as Â the Â shot Â ZDVJRLQJXSÂ´ Freshman Â Darnell Â Harris Â hit Â DNH\SRLQWHUDWWKHPDUN +DUULV KLW D VHFRQG SRLQWHU DW the Â 3:26 Â mark Â of Â the Â second Â half Â to Â make Â it Â 54-Â40. Â Âł,W WRRN VRPH SUHVVXUH RIIÂ´ Harris Â said. Â â€œI Â didnâ€™t Â force Â it Â and Â I Â wanted Â the Â game Â to Â come Â to Â me. Â I Â didnâ€™t Â want Â to Â force Â the Â shot Â so Â WKH\ZRXOGQÂśWFRPHWRRGHHSÂ´
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