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Student employment to be reconstructed Committee formed to promote more on-campus jobs
VDLG ³*HQHUDOO\ \RX GRQ¶W JR to a lecture and have your life changed. Student employment may not change your life, but I WKLQN LW FDQ KDYH D PRUH VLJQL¿ cant impact because of the depth By Samantha Jacquest you are involved in.” News Editor Buchholz is a director with UW-Whitewater Provost Bev- Career & Leadership Develop- erly Kopper attended an under- ment. The department took over graduate research conference a administrative operations of few years ago. At the conference, student employment in order to a student presented thorough and make it a more centralized pro- interesting research. When Kop- gram since it operates Hawk per asked the student what she Jobs. planned to do with her research, Buchholz said because the Fi- the student said QDQFLDO$LG2I¿FHXVHGWRFRQWURO nothing because student employment, it fueled the she has to work myth that most jobs on campus off campus and are reserved for students with does not have work study. the time to de- However, there are about vote to her re- 2,500 on-campus jobs, and only search. about 500 of them are reserved Kopper Around the for work study students. In addi- same time Kop- tion, Chartwells, a private com- per spoke to the student, she was pany, provides an extra 300 jobs. attending budget meetings. In One of the reasons Buchholz these meetings, she found out VDLGVWXGHQWVFDQQRW¿QGMREVRQ that there was money designated campus is that many departments for student employment that was hire students between April and not being used. June for the following school These events led Kopper to year. create the Student Employment There are some departments Advisory Committee with the that wait until the start of the VSHFL¿F JRDO WR KDYH PRUH VWX school year in order to hire fresh- dents employed man. Hawk Jobs on campus. She will help clarify made sure the when positions e needed to do a hire and which unused money did not get lost better job of making it positions do not and the money easier for students to require work is being used study. to create more get jobs. ³,W¶V UHDOO\ jobs on cam- imperative that Beverly Kopper, pus. we do a good Provost “The reason job with this,” I formed this Buchholz said. committee is ³,W¶VUHDOO\DERXW because we needed to do a bet- transparency, fairness and aware- ter job of making it easier for ness for people to know they can students to get jobs and have one, be hired on campus if they do not central place for information,” have work study.” Kopper said. Buchholz would like Hawk One of the main goals of the Jobs to be a “one-stop shop” for committee is to revamp Hawk all student employment entities Jobs in order to have all of the in- that is functional in time for the formation regarding on-campus summer 2013 Plan-It Purple ses- jobs in one place. Ron Buchholz, sions. He said the advisory com- chair of the committee, said an- mittee would like to plan training other goal of the committee is to sessions for supervisors over the EHQH¿W VWXGHQWV¶ HGXFDWLRQ DQG next few semesters. their wallets. Kopper said it has been hard- “We think student employ- er to get the word out about the ment can be a really high impact changes to student employment educational practice,” Buchholz See Employment Page 4
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UW-ÂW offers unique water degree By Michael Riley Assistant Â News Â Editor
Chesten Â Kesselhon Â believes, Â in Â an Â atmosphere Â of Â job Â uncer-Â tainty, Â that Â his Â future Â in Â the Â water Â business Â in Â Southeastern Â Wiscon-Â sin Â is Â bright. He Â is Â the Â president Â for Â the Â UW-ÂWhitewater Â Water Â Council Â and Â credits Â his Â internship Â op-Â portunities Â to Â the Â organization. Â Â )RXQGHGLQLWZDVWKHÂżUVW of Â its Â kind Â in Â the Â entire Â state. It Â was Â created Â because Â UW-Â Whitewater Â alumnus Â Richard Â Meeusen, Â founder Â of Â the Â Water Â Council Â of Â Milwaukee Â and Â CEO Â and Â president Â of Â Badger Â Meter, Â Inc., Â had Â a Â vision Â of Â making Â the Â Southeastern Â part Â of Â Wisconsin Â
the Â water Â capital Â of Â the Â world. More Â than Â 130 Â water Â tech-Â nology Â businesses Â in Â the Â area Â all Â have Â interest Â in Â hiring Â talent Â from Â the Â surrounding Â colleges Â and Â universities. Â Â Meeusen Â rec-Â ognized Â that Â if Â any Â region Â wants Â to Â be Â the Â center Â for Â anything Â the Â movement Â needs Â people Â to Â hire. Â Â U W-Â W h i t e -Â waterâ€™s Â integrat-Â ed Â science Â and Â business Â major Â with Â an Â empha-Â sis Â on Â water Â Â Kesselhon gives Â studentâ€™s Â an Â unique Â learning Â experience. Â Â Â â€œThere Â is Â nowhere Â else Â in Â the Â United Â States Â that Â you Â can Â hire Â a Â business Â major Â with Â a Â minor Â in Â
water Â or Â integrated Â degree Â fo-Â cused Â on Â water,â€? Â Meeusen Â said. Â Â â€œIn Â fact, Â I Â use Â it Â as Â a Â selling Â point Â when Â I Â am Â trying Â to Â convince Â wa-Â ter Â businesses Â to Â relocate Â to Â the Â area.â€? The Â simple Â function Â of Â us-Â ing Â a Â urinal Â displays Â Wisconsinâ€™s Â impact Â on Â water Â technology. â€œThe Â water Â coming Â from Â the Â urinal Â is Â metered Â by Â a Â Badger Â me-Â ter Â made Â in Â Mil-Â waukee,â€? Â Meeu-Â Reid sen Â said. Â Â â€œIt Â was Â pumped Â by Â a Â STA-ÂRight Â pump Â made Â in Â Delevan, Â and Â it Â was Â prob-Â DEO\ ÂżOWHUHG E\ D ÂżOWHU PDGH E\ 6LHPDQVLQ:DXNHVKD,WLVĂ€RZ
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Richard Meeusen, founder of the Water Council Milwaukee, spoke to the UW-Whitewater Water Council April 23 about his vision for the water technolgoy industry and how stduent can be hired by regional companies.
ing Â through Â a Â Zurn Â valve Â owned Â and Â outreach Â efforts Â in Â the Â busi-Â by Â Rexnord Â in Â Milwaukee, Â and Â it Â ness Â of Â water,â€? Â Reid Â said. is Â going Â through Â a Â Kohler Â urinal Â The Â university-Âfunded Â insti-Â made Â in Â Kohler. Â Â If Â you Â did Â what Â tute Â will Â work Â on Â promotion Â until Â you Â are Â supposed Â to Â do Â and Â wash Â they Â formally Â launch Â in Â the Â end Â your Â hands Â when Â you Â are Â done, Â of Â July. Â Â a Â water Â heater Â The Â biggest Â made Â by Â A. Â O. Â EHQHÂżW IRU VWX Smith Â in Â Mil-Â dents Â will Â be Â the Â here Â is Â nowhere Â waukee Â heated Â work Â they Â do Â in Â else Â in Â the Â U.S. Â that Â the Â water.â€? Â Â WKH RIÂżFH VSDFH There Â need-Â you Â can Â hire Â a Â business Â in Â Milwaukee, Â ed Â to Â be Â a Â talent Â Reid Â said. Â Â pipeline Â direct-Â major Â with Â a Â minor Â in Â The Â Glob-Â ed Â toward Â wa-Â water. al Â Fresh Â Wa-Â ter Â because Â all Â Richard Â Meeusen, ter Â Center Â will Â the Â companies Â water-Â President Â & Â CEO Â house Â are Â looking Â for Â related Â research Â of Â Badger Â Meter, Â Inc. employees Â with Â facilities Â for Â background Â knowledge Â of Â the Â universities, Â existing Â water-Âre-Â water Â business. Â Â Â lated Â companies Â and Â accelerator Â He Â went Â to Â UW-ÂMilwaukee Â to Â space Â for Â new, Â emerging Â water Â help Â create Â the Â graduate Â school Â companies. of Â freshwater Â sciences Â and Â then Â The Â facilities Â include Â a Â state-Â went Â to Â Marquette Â University Â to Â RIWKHDUWZDWHUĂ€RZODEWKDWVXS institute Â a Â water Â law Â program. Â Â ports Â cutting-Âedge Â water Â research Â His Â next Â stop Â was Â UW-ÂWhitewa-Â and Â product Â development. Â Â ter. Â Â The Â combination Â of Â exper-Â â€œI Â talked Â to Â Dean Â Clements Â tise, Â resources Â and Â students Â are Â and Â Chancellor Â Telfer Â a Â few Â years Â not Â presently Â available Â anywhere Â ago, Â and Â I Â told Â them Â I Â wanted Â else Â in Â the Â world. Â Â them Â involved Â in Â the Â Water Â Coun-Â Meeusen Â has Â monumental Â FLOÂ´0HHXVHQVDLGÂł6SHFLÂżFDOO\ goals Â for Â the Â building, Â but Â he Â be-Â a Â water Â focus Â in Â the Â integrated Â lieves Â bringing Â together Â all Â of Â the Â science Â and Â business Â major.â€? professionals Â and Â students Â will Â There Â was Â already Â an Â in-Â make Â great Â things Â will Â occur. Â Â tegrated Â science Â and Â business Â â€œEvery Â day Â a Â child Â dies Â every Â major Â offered, Â but Â the Â idea Â to Â 20 Â seconds Â from Â lack Â of Â water, Â concentrate Â a Â major Â on Â water Â is Â and Â that Â is Â an Â immediate Â problem Â unique Â to Â UW-ÂWhitewater. Â Â Â Â that Â must Â be Â solved,â€? Â Meeusen Â Linda Â Reid, Â adviser Â of Â the Â said. Â Â UW-ÂW Â Water Â Council Â and Â pro-Â Kesselhon Â said Â the Â building Â is Â fessor Â of Â several Â water Â classes, Â going Â to Â kick Â start Â the Â industry Â in Â said Â the Â recently Â approved Â Insti-Â Milwaukee Â and Â create Â a Â learning Â tute Â for Â Water Â Business Â will Â have Â environment Â never Â seen Â before. Â Â RIÂżFH VSDFH LQ +\ODQG DQG WKH â€œYou Â come Â to Â Southeastern Â new Â Global Â Fresh Â Water Â Center Â Wisconsin Â for Â work Â and Â educa-Â in Â Milwaukee. tion Â in Â water,â€? Â Kesselhon Â said. Â Â â€œI Â â€œIt Â will Â be Â an Â umbrella Â orga-Â DP ÂżUP EHOLHYHU LQ ZKDW LV KDS nization Â for Â the Â Water Â Council, Â pening Â around Â here Â and Â am Â really Â the Â integrated Â science Â and Â busi-Â excited Â for Â what Â comes Â out Â of Â it.â€? ness Â major Â on Â the Â BBA Â side, Â wa-Â RileyMP30@uww.edu ter Â business Â minor Â and Â research Â
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Andy Jorgensen visits UW-W classroom
On April 23, 2013 Andy Jorgensen, center, spoke at Professor Katherine Drechsler’s Social Work Social Welfare Policy Class. Jorgensen represents people of Wisconsin’s 43rd Assembly District. Jorgensen spoke to the social work students about the importance of political strategy and how to develop and implement political strategy in social work practice. Jorgensen also provided information on how to implement negotiation techniques to affect policy advocacy. Students Warrick Floyd and Angela Pennell attended the class and had the opportunity to speak with Jorgensen.
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Get Â to Â know Â UW-Ââ€?W Â Greeks Jacalyn Â Scott, Â president Â of Â Alpha Â Sigma Â Sorority Â and Â Jorge Â Quintana Â Me-Â del, Â president Â of Â Lambda Â Theta Â Phi Â Fraternity, Â answer Â questions Â about Â their Â Greek Â organizations Â and Â their Â time Â as Â members. Compiled Â by Â Lexi Â Fischer
What is your biggest philanthropy event? What sets your organization apart from others on campus?
What is the worst Greek stereotype your organization has been accussed of?
What is the best part about Greek life?
Jacalyn Scott Alpha Sigma Sorority
Jorge Quintana Medel
Lambda Theta Phi Fraternity
Alpha Â Sigma Â was Â founded Â and Â brought Â to Â the Â UW-Â W h i t e w a t e r Â campus Â in Â Scott 1898. Â There Â are Â currently Â 65 Â members Â in Â the Â sorority.
Lambda Â Theta Â Phi Â was Â es-Â tablished Â in Â 1975. Â The Â U W-Â W h i t e -Â water Â chapter Â Quintana Medel was Â created Â in Â 2011 Â and Â the Â chapter Â currently Â has Â seven Â members.
We Â sponsor Â Relay Â for Â Life Â here Â on Â campus.
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We Â are Â a Â local Â sorority.
The Â fact Â we Â give Â an Â option Â to Â individuals Â on Â campus Â by Â allow-Â ing Â them Â to Â experience Â a Â rooted/ cultural Â fraternity.
All Â Sigma Â and Â sorority Â women Â as Â a Â whole Â are Â catty Â and Â rude, Â and Â my Â Worst Â Greek Â stereotype Â about Â response Â to Â that Â is Â we Â are Â women Â our Â fraternity Â would Â be Â that Â who Â stand Â for Â weâ€™re Â all Â friendship, Â pu-Â Mexicans Â in Â rity Â and Â sister-Â our Â fraternity, Â hood Â by Â help-Â that Â weâ€™re Â all Â ing Â others, Â and Â thugs. thereâ€™s Â a Â lot Â more Â to Â each Â individual Â so-Â rority Â woman Â than Â you Â would Â see Â on Â one Â of Â their Â bad Â days.
The Â ability Â to Â meet Â so Â many Â peo-Â Not Â only Â do Â I Â have Â 85 Â amazing Â ple Â from Â diverse Â cultures Â and Â to Â sisters, Â I Â have Â 500 Â people Â in Â the Â know Â that Â they Â all Â value Â their Â fra-Â Greek Â network Â I Â can Â always Â seek Â ternity/sorority Â in Â their Â own Â indi-Â help Â from Â or Â get Â advise Â from. vidual Â way. Â
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Employment than Â she Â expected. Â One Â of Â the Â reasons Â was Â that Â some Â faculty Â and Â staff Â were Â hesitant Â to Â hire Â students Â to Â help Â with Â research Â or Â work Â in Â labs Â due Â to Â budget Â issues. Another Â reason Â Kopper Â said Â she Â wanted Â to Â improve Â student Â employment Â perceptions Â and Â op-Â portunities Â is Â to Â get Â students Â to Â complete Â their Â education Â at Â UW-Â Whitewater. â€œThere Â is Â a Â national Â debate Â about Â how Â hiring Â students Â to Â work Â on Â campus Â is Â a Â very Â high-Â impact Â practice,â€? Â Kopper Â said. Â â€œIt Â supports Â retention Â and Â gradua-Â tion Â because Â essentially, Â the Â more Â students Â are Â involved Â on Â campus, Â the Â more Â likely Â they Â are Â to Â stay.â€? Another Â goal Â with Â student Â employment Â is Â to Â get Â students Â to Â stay Â in Â Whitewater Â on Â weekends Â and Â not Â have Â to Â go Â home Â to Â work. Â Kopper Â said Â she Â would Â like Â stu-Â dents Â to Â feel Â like Â Whitewater Â is Â
Continued Â from Â page Â 1 their Â home Â for Â now, Â and Â not Â just Â a Â place Â where Â they Â go Â to Â school. â€œA Â misperception Â is Â that Â there Â arenâ€™t Â any Â job Â opportunities Â and Â students Â have Â to Â go Â home Â to Â work, Â and Â weâ€™re Â really Â working Â hard Â to Â make Â sure Â that Â those Â opportuni-Â ties Â are Â here,â€? Â Kopper Â said. Buchholz Â said Â he Â is Â very Â pas-Â sionate Â about Â doing Â a Â good Â job Â improving Â perceptions Â about Â stu-Â dent Â employment Â and Â improving Â Hawk Â Jobs. â€œI Â think Â that Â student Â employ-Â ment Â can Â be Â a Â really Â great Â experi-Â ence Â for Â students Â and Â can Â be Â very Â learning-Âorientated,â€? Â Buchholz Â said. Â â€œ. Â Itâ€™s Â really Â about Â transpar-Â ency, Â fairness Â and Â awareness Â for Â people Â to Â know Â they Â can Â be Â hired Â on Â campus Â if Â they Â do Â not Â have Â work Â study.â€?
Next Â week Â in Â News Things Â to Â look Â forward Â to Â in next Â weekâ€™s Â last Â Royal Â Purple Â issue Â of Â the Â semester: A Â feature Â on Â the Â student Â commencement Â speaker, Â Sydney Â Nelson An Â interview Â with Â the Â new Â dean Â of Â the Â College Â of Â Letters Â & Â Sciences, Â David Â Travis
Campus Briefs New Â Dean Â Hired Â for Â College Â of Â Letters Â and Â Sciences Â David Â Travis Â will Â start Â his Â new Â job Â as Â dean Â of Â the Â Col-Â lege Â of Â Letters Â & Â Sciences Â on Â July Â 15. Â Â He Â will Â replace Â Dean Â Mary Â Pinkerton Â who Â is Â retiring. Â Â Travis Â has Â worked Â at Â UW-ÂWhitewater Â as Â a Â professor Â in Â the Â Department Â of Â Geogra-Â phy Â and Â Geology Â since Â 1994. Â Â He Â has Â worked Â as Â associate Â dean Â since Â 2005. Look Â next Â week Â for Â a Â story Â about Â the Â new Â hiring. Â Â Senior Â Wins Â National Â Civic Â Award Â Stephanie Â Abbott, Â a Â politi-Â cal Â science Â major, Â has Â demon-Â strated Â the Â ability Â to Â achieve Â excellence Â in Â leadership Â po-Â sitions, Â community Â involve-Â ment, Â and Â the Â classroom. She Â won Â the Â Newman Â Civ-Â ic Â Fellow Â award, Â only Â given Â to Â 181 Â students Â in Â the Â country. Â Â It Â is Â given Â to Â student Â leaders Â who Â KDYH VRXJKW WR ÂżQG VROXWLRQV for Â challenges Â facing Â their Â community. Â Â Look Â next Â week Â for Â a Â fea-Â ture Â story Â about Â Abbott. Â Â
Dining Â Dollars Download Â the Â iPhone Â or Â Android Â application Â to Â check Â balance, Â add Â cash, Â report Â a Â lost Â card Â or Â view Â latest Â transac-Â tions. Â Â Dining Â Dollars Â expire Â May Â 18. Â Â Customer Â Appreciation Â Sale Â The Â University Â Bookstore Â will Â offer Â 15 Â percent Â off Â of Â everything Â in Â the Â store Â from Â April Â 29 Â to Â May Â 4. Â Â Professor Â publishes Â novel Erin Â Celello, Â assistant Â pro-Â fessor Â of Â languages Â and Â litera-Â ture, Â has Â recently Â published Â a Â book Â entitled Â â€œLearning Â to Â Stay.â€? The Â novel Â focuses Â on Â Brad, Â a Â soldier Â returned Â home Â from Â Iraq Â with Â Post Â Traumatic Â Stress Â Disorder. Â His Â wife Â Elise Â struggles Â to Â take Â care Â of Â him Â while Â dealing Â with Â her Â own Â demanding Â job. Â Eventually, Â Elise Â must Â decide Â if Â she Â wants Â to Â continue Â in Â her Â marriage Â or Â move Â on.
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â€œOnly Â when Â I Â saw Â the Â Earth Â from Â space, Â in Â all Â its Â ineffable Â beauty Â and Â fragility, Â did Â I Â realize Â that Â humankindâ€™s Â most Â urgent Â task Â is Â to Â cherish Â and Â preserve Â it Â for Â future Â generations.â€?
Â -ÂSigmund Â Jahn
WEDNESDAY May Â 1, Â 2013
Opinion Â Editor: Josh Â Hafemeister
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Earth Â Week Â mindset Â should Â not Â end Â in Â April Royal Purple Editorial Â Staff Â Opinion
Earth Â Week Â may Â have Â ended, Â but Â that Â does Â not Â mean Â taking Â care Â of Â the Â Earth Â should Â be Â ignored Â for Â the Â rest Â of Â the Â year. Â The Â Earth Â con-Â stantly Â needs Â our Â attention Â and Â care. Â The Â events Â and Â lessons Â learned Â dur-Â ing Â Earth Â Week Â should Â be Â used Â every Â day Â of Â our Â lives. Patrick Â Jamar, Â president Â of Â Students Â Allied Â for Â a Â Green Â Earth, Â helped Â oversee Â and Â coordinate Â dif-Â ferent Â Earth Â Week Â events Â from Â April Â 22 Â to Â 26. Â SAGE Â worked Â alongside Â the Â American Â Marketing Â Association Â to Â advertise Â and Â promote Â various Â events Â geared Â toward Â conservation. Â These Â events Â included Â the Â Plastics Â Pledge, Â which Â asks Â students Â to Â avoid Â using Â one-Âtime Â use Â plastics Â for Â a Â day. Â Jamar Â said Â 172 Â students, Â faculty Â and Â staff Â participated Â in Â the Â pledge, Â in-Â cluding Â Chancellor Â Richard Â Telfer. Â Jamar Â said Â SAGE Â asked Â stu-Â dents Â to Â bring Â in Â their Â plastic Â bags, Â and Â in Â return, Â the Â students Â received Â reusable Â bags. Â In Â a Â span Â of Â two Â days, Â more Â than Â one Â thousand Â bags Â were Â recycled. Now Â imagine Â if Â the Â entire Â cam-Â pus Â upheld Â this Â same Â level Â of Â en-Â ergy Â displayed Â during Â Earth Â Week Â throughout Â the Â entire Â year.
Students Â can Â take Â what Â they Â have Â done Â and Â learned Â throughout Â Earth Â Week Â and Â practice Â it Â every Â day. Â The Â pledges Â made Â and Â the Â actions Â taken Â last Â week Â should Â be Â the Â beginning Â of Â year-Âlong Â habits, Â not Â just Â week-Âlong Â initiatives. Â Continue Â to Â carpool Â or Â walk Â to Â your Â job Â or Â class. Â Avoid Â using Â one-Â time Â plastics Â and Â invest Â in Â reusable Â bags Â and Â a Â water Â bottle. Â Practice Â energy Â conservation. Â Look Â for Â op-Â portunities Â to Â volunteer, Â or Â donate Â to Â environmental Â agencies. Â There Â are Â many Â opportunities Â off Â campus Â for Â students Â to Â help Â the Â envi-Â ronment. Â A Â quick Â glance Â at Â Earthday. org Â shows Â multiple Â pledges, Â dona-Â tion Â opportunities Â and Â programs Â stu-Â dents Â can Â participate Â in. Consider Â how Â many Â plastic Â bot-Â tles Â of Â water Â or Â soda Â you Â drink Â in Â a Â week. Â Now, Â replace Â those Â purchases Â with Â the Â purchase Â of Â a Â reusable Â water Â bottle. Â How Â much Â money Â have Â you Â saved? Â How Â many Â plastic Â bottles Â were Â not Â thrown Â away? Â How Â much Â can Â we Â save Â together? The Â Earth Â Week Â mindset Â should Â not Â change Â once Â April Â ends. Â Create Â your Â own Â volunteer Â event. Â Network Â with Â people Â and Â groups Â on Â and Â off Â of Â the Â campus Â to Â get Â together Â to Â clean Â up Â garbage Â in Â a Â local Â com-Â
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munity Â or Â park, Â or Â plant Â trees Â and Â other Â plants. Â Just Â a Â few Â minutes Â spent Â picking Â up Â trash Â will Â go Â a Â long Â way Â to Â helping Â the Â environment. When Â asked Â what Â he Â thinks Â stu-Â dents Â should Â do Â beyond Â Earth Â Week Â to Â care Â for Â our Â environment, Â Jamar Â
said, Â â€œShorten Â your Â shower Â time. Â Turn Â off Â lights Â before Â leaving Â the Â room Â to Â conserve Â energy. Â You Â can Â carpool Â to Â work, Â or Â walk Â instead Â of Â drive. Â Being Â eco-Âfriendly Â is Â a Â life-Â style Â choice. Â Itâ€™s Â not Â only Â helpful Â to Â the Â environment Â but Â is Â healthier Â for Â
you Â and Â can Â save Â you Â money.â€? The Â American Â Marketing Â Asso-Â ciation Â Vice-ÂPresident Â Briana Â Roy Â promoted Â the Â Recyclable Â Fashion Â Show Â in Â the Â UC Â and Â Esker. Â Roy Â and Â other Â participants Â handed Â out Â reus-Â able Â water Â bottles Â to Â students. Â â€œWe Â had Â a Â sheet Â that Â people Â signed Â to Â pledge Â to Â do Â sustainable Â acts Â such Â as Â walking Â to Â class,â€? Â Roy Â said. Â â€œI Â also Â did Â SAGEâ€™s Â pledge Â to Â not Â use Â one-Â time Â plastics Â for Â a Â day.â€? When Â asked Â what Â she Â thinks Â students Â should Â do Â beyond Â Earth Â Week Â to Â care Â for Â our Â environment, Â Roy Â said, Â â€œI Â would Â say Â that Â students Â should Â continue Â to Â save Â water Â by Â taking Â shorter Â showers Â and Â turning Â off Â the Â water Â while Â brushing Â their Â teeth. Â Â Also, Â turning Â off Â the Â lights Â when Â they Â leave Â saves Â a Â lot Â of Â en-Â ergy. Â Â Every Â little Â bit Â helps. Â Â The Â Earth Â is Â the Â only Â planet Â we Â have. Â We Â need Â to Â take Â steps Â to Â care Â for Â it, Â not Â just Â during Â Earth Â Week, Â but Â for Â every Â day Â of Â the Â year. Â Taking Â a Â few Â minutes Â out Â of Â your Â busy Â day, Â now Â as Â students Â and Â for Â the Â rest Â of Â our Â lives, Â to Â help Â our Â environment Â can Â go Â a Â long Â way Â to Â help Â our Â envi-Â ronment, Â save Â money Â and Â promote Â a Â healthier Â lifestyle. firstname.lastname@example.org
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â€œI Â reycle. Â I Â mean, Â I Â hate Â litterers. Â Donâ€™t Â litter!â€?
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WEDNESDAY â€œThe Â power Â of Â the Â harasser, Â the Â abuser, Â the Â rapist Â depends Â above Â all Â on Â the Â silence Â of Â women.â€?
May Â 1, Â 2013
Lifestyle Â Editor: Abbie Â Reetz
Â -ÂUrsula Â K. Â Le Â Guin PAGE Â 7
Wearing heels for hope Â„People Â march Â in Â heels
to Â promote Â awareness of Â sexual Â assault By Abbie Reetz Lifestyle Â Editor
Men Â in Â high-Âheeled Â shoes Â are Â not Â a Â typical Â sight Â on Â the Â UW-ÂWhitewater Â campus, Â but Â on Â Wednesday, Â April Â 24, Â men Â and Â women Â from Â the Â campus Â and Â community Â put Â on Â the Â tallest Â shoes Â WKH\FRXOGÂżQGDQGZDONHGWRUDLVH awareness Â about Â sexual Â assault. 7KH HYHQW NQRZQ DV :DON$ Mile Â In Â Her Â Shoes, Â was Â hosted Â by Â University Â Health Â and Â Counseling Â Services Â in Â conjunction Â with Â Peo-Â ple Â Against Â Domestic Â and Â Sexual Â Abuse Â of Â Jefferson Â County, Â DECA Â and Â the Â Intrafraternity Â Council Â as Â part Â of Â Sexual Â Assault Â Awareness Â Month. Whitney Â Henley, Â wellness Â coordinator Â at Â UHCS, Â said Â the Â event Â was Â bigger Â than Â previous Â years. Â She Â said Â about Â 82 Â people Â at-Â tended Â this Â Henley yearâ€™s Â event. â€œIâ€™m Â really Â excited Â and Â happy Â DERXWLWÂ´+HQOH\VDLGÂł,WKLQNZH had Â a Â great Â turnout, Â and Â it Â seems Â OLNHDOOWKHDWWHQGHHVKDGDORWRI fun.â€? The Â organizations Â contribut-Â ing Â to Â the Â event Â were Â able Â to Â raise Â nearly Â $3,000 Â for Â PADA. Â PADA Â provides Â support Â services Â for Â vic-Â tims Â of Â domestic Â and Â sexual Â as-Â sault Â and Â advocates Â for Â the Â preven-Â tion Â of Â domestic Â and Â sexual Â vio-Â lence. Holli Â Zam-Â browicz, Â gradu-Â ate Â assistant Â at Â UHCS Â and Â one Â of Â the Â eventâ€™s Â Zambrowicz coordinators, Â VDLG ZRUNLQJ ZLWK RWKHU JURXSV KHOSHG:DON$0LOH,Q+HU6KRHV be Â successful. Âł7KHUH ZDV GHÂżQLWHO\ PRUH collaboration Â this Â year Â with Â dif-Â ferent Â organizations Â on Â campus Â OLNH '(&$ DQG ,)& DQG , WKLQN that Â helped Â get Â the Â word Â out Â more, Â because Â we Â doubled Â and Â almost Â tripled Â our Â attendance Â rate Â from Â last Â year,â€? Â Zambrowicz Â said. $OWKRXJK WKH ZDON WR UDLVH DZDUHQHVVLVDODUJHSDUWRI:DON A Â Mile Â In Â Her Â Shoes, Â this Â yearâ€™s Â HYHQWLQFOXGHGDQXPEHURIVSHDN ers Â and Â activities Â as Â well.
Men and women march through the UW-Whitewater campus in the Walk A Mile In Her Shoes event on April 24. Sporting high-heeled shoes, participants helped raise awareness of sexual assault in the event hosted by University Health and Counseling Services in conjunction with People Against Domestic and Sexual Abuse of Jefferson County, DECA and the Intrafraternity Council.
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ZDONLQJ LQ KHHOV ZKLFK ,ÂśP QRW sure Â if Â Iâ€™m Â proud Â of Â or Â not, Â but Â it Â happened. Â It Â was Â different. Â Iâ€™m Â not Â used Â to Â that.â€? Ross Â got Â involved Â in Â the Â event Â WKURXJKKLVZRUNZLWK'(&$ Âł(YHU\ \HDU '(&$ ZRUNV ZLWKDQRQSURÂżWRUJDQL]DWLRQDQG tries Â to Â support Â them. Â This Â year, Â one Â of Â the Â programs Â we Â were Â sup-Â porting Â was Â the Â Wisconsin Â Coali-Â tion Â Against Â Domestic Â Violence,â€? Â KHVDLGÂł6LQFHZHZHUHZRUNLQJ on Â that, Â we Â saw Â that Â the Â Health Â Center Â was Â hosting Â an Â event Â to Â help Â against Â sexual Â violence Â and Â raise Â some Â awareness, Â so Â we Â decided Â to Â Ross team Â up Â with Â them.â€? %HFDXVHVH[XDOYLROHQFHLVQRW DWRSLFSHRSOHRIWHQVSHDNRSHQO\ about, Â Ross Â believes Â it Â is Â even Â more Â important Â to Â raise Â awareness Â DERXWLWWKURXJKHYHQWVOLNH:DON A Â Mile Â In Â Her Â Shoes. Âł,WÂśVQRWHDV\IRUSHRSOHWRWDON DERXWÂ´5RVVVDLGÂł%XWLWÂśVUHDOO\ great Â seeing Â people Â come Â togeth-Â HU DQG DFWXDOO\ VSHDN DERXW WKLV cause, Â because Â there Â are Â a Â large Â number Â of Â problems Â throughout Â the Â community, Â and Â itâ€™s Â great Â see-Â ing Â people Â coming Â together Â in Â sup-Â port, Â to Â raise Â awareness Â and Â also Â to Â raise Â the Â funds Â to Â go Â toward Â it.â€?
One Â of Â Rossâ€™ Â favorite Â experi-Â ences Â from Â the Â event Â occurred Â as Â he Â was Â helping Â out Â at Â one Â of Â the Â booths Â that Â had Â been Â set Â up Â around Â the Â Hamilton Â Room Â for Â different Â organizations. Âł:KHQ , ZDV ZRUNLQJ WKH tables Â for Â shoes, Â I Â had Â a Â younger Â boy, Â he Â mustâ€™ve Â been Â in Â elemen-Â tary Â school, Â come Â up Â to Â me Â with Â KLV PRWKHU DQG KH Ă€DW RXW WROG me, Â â€˜Iâ€™m Â wearing Â heels Â for Â this,â€™â€? Â Ross Â said. Â â€œHe Â was Â determined Â to Â not Â wear Â shoes, Â because Â he Â really Â wanted Â to Â do Â something Â and Â have Â WKDWNLQGRIYRLFHÂ´ Even Â though Â Sexual Â Assault Â Awareness Â Month Â has Â ended, Â there Â are Â still Â ways Â students Â and Â VWDIIFDQZRUNWRVSUHDGDZDUHQHVV about Â sexual Â violence Â issues. Âł)RUVWXGHQWVLQSDUWLFXODUZH have Â a Â new Â student Â organization Â called Â Supporting Â a Â Violence-Âfree Â Environment,â€? Â she Â said. Â â€œThat Â group Â is Â a Â group Â of Â students Â who Â are Â dedicated Â to Â raising Â awareness Â about Â sexual Â violence, Â dating Â vio-Â OHQFHKDUDVVPHQWDQGVWDONLQJLV sues Â on Â campus.â€? Zambrowicz Â said Â faculty Â and Â VWDII FDQ ZRUN WR VSUHDG DZDUH ness Â by Â joining Â the Â Sexual Â Assault Â Prevention Â Advisory Â Committee. Individuals Â can Â learn Â more Â about Â these Â organizations Â by Â emailing Â Wellness@uww.edu. ReetzAM12@uww.edu
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WEDNESDAY â€œComedy, Â we Â may Â say, Â is Â society Â protecting Â itself-Âwith Â a Â smile.â€?
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Comedianâ€™s Â travels Â lead Â her Â to Â UW-Ââ€?W Â„Jessi Â Campbell Â has Â ventured Â
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â€œIâ€™ve Â seen Â the Â entire Â country, Â and Â I Â get Â to Â make Â people Â laugh. Â Itâ€™s Â a Â dream Â job.â€? Â These Â are Â the Â words Â of Â Jessi Â Campbell, Â a Â comedian Â whoâ€™s Â traveled Â all Â over Â the Â United Â States Â delighting Â audiences Â every-Â where Â with Â her Â act, Â including Â a Â naval Â base Â in Â Guantanamo Â that Â seats Â more Â than Â 1,000 Â people. Â She Â is Â coming Â to Â campus Â for Â a Â free, Â SEAL-Âsponsored Â performance Â at Â 8 Â p.m. Â on Â May Â 2 Â at Â the Â Down Â Under Â in Â the Â Uni-Â versity Â Center. Campbell Â said Â she Â isnâ€™t Â sure Â sheâ€™d Â be Â where Â she Â is Â in Â her Â professional Â career Â if Â not Â for Â her Â parents. Â She Â got Â her Â start Â in Â comedy Â when Â her Â mother Â signed Â her Â up Â for Â an Â open Â mic Â night Â after Â she Â began Â tak-Â ing Â some Â comedy Â classes Â following Â high Â school. Â Campbell Â said Â her Â parents Â have Â always Â been Â supportive Â of Â her. Â â€œThey Â just Â were Â excited Â just Â for Â me Â to Â do Â something,â€? Â Campbell Â said. Campbell Â has Â her Â regular Â bits, Â like Â ev-Â ery Â comedian, Â but Â a Â good Â portion Â of Â her Â act Â is Â inspired Â by Â personal Â stories. â€œIf Â something Â happens Â to Â me Â that Â day, Â
When Â season Â two Â of Â â€œGame Â of Â Thronesâ€? Â came Â to Â a Â conclusion, Â fans Â everywhere Â mourned Â the Â devastatingly Â long Â wait Â until Â they Â could Â revisit Â their Â favorite Â charac-Â ters Â in Â Westoros Â once Â again. Â On Â March Â 31, Â almost Â a Â year Â later, Â season Â three Â resumed Â when Â 6.7 Â million Â viewers Â tuned Â in Â to Â what Â producers Â David Â Benioff Â and Â D.B. Â Weiss Â say Â will Â be Â the Â most Â action-Âpacked Â season Â yet. For Â those Â of Â you Â who Â are Â not Â familiar Â with Â â€œGame Â of Â Thrones,â€? Â the Â HBO Â series Â is Â an Â adaptation Â of Â George Â R.R. Â Martinâ€™s Â book Â series Â â€œA Â Song Â of Â Ice Â and Â Fire.â€? Â Martinâ€™s Â medieval Â series Â fol-Â lows Â the Â storyline Â of Â multiple Â characters Â in Â Westoros. Â The Â main Â source Â of Â drama Â in Â the Â series Â revolves Â around Â who Â will Â sit Â on Â the Â Iron Â Throne, Â the Â coveted Â seat Â of Â the Â king Â of Â Westo-Â ros. Â The Â current Â king, Â Joffrey, Â is Â a Â teenage Â boy Â with Â a Â habit Â for Â cru-Â elty Â and Â violence. Â During Â seasons Â one Â and Â WZR WKH YLHZHUV ÂżQG RXW WKDW Joffrey Â has Â no Â claim Â to Â the Â
Comedian Jessi Campbell will be on campus for a free, SEAL-sponsored performance at 8 p.m. on May 2 in the Down Under. Campbell has performed around the globe, including at a naval base in Gauntanamo.
Iâ€™ll Â talk Â about Â it Â that Â night,â€? Â Campbell Â said. Â sociation Â for Â Campus Â Activities Â regional Â Her Â act Â is Â always Â evolving, Â keeping Â it Â conference. Â Potential Â artists Â and Â perform-Â relevant, Â and Â Campbell Â said Â sheâ€™s Â success-Â ers Â showcase Â their Â acts Â ful, Â because Â when Â she Â gets Â on Â stage, Â she Â for Â an Â audience Â of Â interns Â thinks Â of Â herself Â as Â a Â person, Â not Â a Â female Â who Â decide Â who Â would Â be Â comedian. Â best Â to Â perform Â on Â their Â â€œFemale Â comedians Â that Â are Â successful Â various Â campuses. are Â just Â people,â€? Â Campbell Â said. Â â€œSuccess-Â SEAL Â management Â ful Â female Â comedians Â arenâ€™t Â the Â ones Â com-Â intern Â Katelyn Â Wurtz Â saw Â plaining Â about Â their Â boyfriend.â€? Campbell Â perform Â NACA Â Wurtz The Â Student Â Entertainment Â Awareness Â regional Â conference Â last Â League Â chooses Â who Â will Â perform Â at Â UW-Â year Â and Â loved Â her Â act. Â Whitewater Â every Â year Â at Â the Â National Â As-Â â€œShe Â was Â an Â emcee Â during Â one Â of Â the Â
throne, Â being Â that Â he Â has Â no Â blood Â relation Â to Â his Â â€œfather,â€? Â the Â previ-Â ous Â king, Â Robert. Â This Â knowledge Â sparks Â anger Â in Â others, Â resulting Â in Â multiple Â people Â vying Â for Â the Â Iron Â Throne. The Â third Â season Â of Â â€œGame Â of Â Thronesâ€? Â opens Â following Â the Â storylines Â of Â multiple Â beloved Â fan Â favorites, Â in-Â cluding Â Tyrion Â Commentary by Lannister, Â Jaime Â Carley Rymkus Lannister, Â Dae-Â Managing Editor nerys Â Targaryen, Â Jon Â Snow, Â Arya Â Stark, Â Robb Â Stark, Â and Â Bran Â Stark. Â Tyrion, Â an Â intelligent, Â witty Â and Â humorous Â dwarf Â born Â to Â House Â Lannister, Â the Â richest Â fam-Â ily Â in Â Westoros, Â has Â suffered Â a Â gruesome Â battle Â wound Â to Â the Â face Â and Â is Â struggling Â with Â his Â new, Â not-Âso-Âglamorous Â duty Â as Â Master Â of Â Coin. Â Jaime, Â Tyrionâ€™s Â older Â brother, Â is Â being Â delivered Â to Â Kingâ€™s Â Land-Â ing Â by Â Brienne Â of Â Tarth Â as Â a Â trade Â for Â other Â hostages, Â and Â he Â suffers Â
a Â devastating Â injury Â during Â the Â journey. Â Daenerys, Â an Â exiled Â princess Â across Â the Â Narrow Â Sea, Â is Â assem-Â bling Â an Â army, Â so Â she Â can Â return Â to Â Westoros Â with Â her Â three Â dragons Â and Â take Â back Â the Â Iron Â Throne, Â where Â her Â father Â once Â sat Â before Â he Â was Â murdered. Â Jon, Â a Â bastard Â who Â serves Â as Â a Â Knight Â of Â the Â Nightâ€™s Â Watch, Â has Â been Â taken Â captive Â by Â the Â Wild-Â ings, Â the Â untamed Â humans Â living Â on Â the Â other Â side Â of Â the Â 700-Âfoot Â snowy Â wall Â separating Â Westoros Â and Â the Â land Â beyond. Â $U\D D WRPER\ ZKR KDV Ă€HG the Â capital Â after Â her Â father Â was Â be-Â headed, Â is Â trying Â to Â make Â her Â way Â home Â to Â her Â brother Â Robb, Â dubbed Â King Â in Â the Â North, Â and Â her Â mother Â Catelyn. Â Robb, Â who Â broke Â an Â oath Â last Â season Â by Â marrying Â a Â lowborn Â woman Â after Â being Â betrothed Â to Â a Â different Â woman, Â is Â facing Â trou-Â bles Â among Â his Â own Â men, Â who Â are Â angered Â by Â his Â brash Â decisions. Â Â Bran Â Stark, Â Arya Â and Â Robbâ€™s Â younger Â brother, Â a Â cripple Â who Â of-Â ten Â dreams Â that Â he Â is Â his Â pet Â dire-Â wolf, Â a Â large Â and Â intelligent Â wolf, Â becomes Â more Â in Â tune Â with Â his Â
showcases Â and Â kept Â me Â laughing Â every Â minute Â she Â came Â on Â stage,â€? Â Wurtz Â said. Wurtz Â said Â Campbell Â was Â asked Â to Â come Â to Â UW-ÂWhitewater Â because Â of Â her Â strong Â stage Â presence. Â â€œWe Â like Â to Â have Â a Â variety Â of Â perfor-Â mances Â on Â campus, Â and Â Jessi Â is Â a Â strong Â female Â comedian, Â which Â is Â why Â we Â chose Â to Â bring Â her,â€? Â Wurtz Â said. Even Â if Â she Â never Â makes Â it Â as Â big Â as Â Louis Â C.K. Â or Â Dave Â Chapelle, Â Campbell Â said Â she Â still Â loves Â where Â sheâ€™s Â at Â as Â a Â co-Â median. Â â€œIâ€™ve Â supported Â myself Â doing Â comedy Â a Â long Â time, Â and Â Iâ€™m Â enjoying Â myself, Â and Â I Â think Â thatâ€™s Â really Â what Â matters,â€? Â Camp-Â bell Â said. Â â€œThe Â whole Â point Â of Â comedy Â is Â just Â to Â have Â a Â good Â time, Â and Â I Â think Â when Â youâ€™re Â best Â at Â it Â is Â when Â you Â can Â just Â enjoy Â it.â€? Campbell Â said Â she Â thinks Â students Â should Â see Â her Â performance, Â because Â her Â love Â for Â comedy Â shows Â through. Â â€œI Â like Â to Â have Â a Â good Â time, Â and Â I Â want Â the Â audience Â to Â have Â a Â good Â time,â€? Â Camp-Â bell Â said. Â â€œItâ€™s Â important Â to Â me Â that Â people Â laugh.â€? SEAL Â said Â they Â hope Â that Â Campbellâ€™s Â performance Â will Â be Â a Â great Â way Â to Â end Â the Â semester. Â â€œItâ€™s Â our Â last Â comedian Â of Â the Â year, Â and Â it Â will Â be Â one Â you Â wonâ€™t Â want Â to Â miss,â€? Â Wurtz Â said.
powers Â as Â a Â Warg, Â someone Â who Â can Â enter Â the Â minds Â of Â animals Â and Â humans Â and Â control Â them. It Â is Â impossible Â to Â get Â into Â the Â intricate Â storyline Â that Â is Â â€œGame Â of Â Thronesâ€? Â in Â one Â review. Â Be-Â nioff Â and Â Weiss Â do Â a Â fantastic Â job Â at Â adapting Â Martinâ€™s Â written Â work Â on Â television, Â especially Â as Â there Â are Â dozens Â of Â storylines Â to Â follow Â in Â the Â series. Â The Â beauty Â in Â â€œGame Â of Â Thrones,â€? Â besides Â its Â breathtaking Â scenery Â and Â graphics, Â immaculate Â writing, Â and Â superb Â acting, Â lies Â with Â the Â complexity Â of Â each Â char-Â acter. Â Never Â before Â in Â a Â series Â have Â I Â hated Â and Â loved Â the Â same Â charac-Â ter Â at Â once, Â rooting Â for Â them Â and Â wanting Â them Â to Â fail Â at Â the Â same Â time. The Â main Â criticism Â toward Â the Â show Â this Â season Â is Â that Â it Â has Â strayed Â further Â away Â from Â the Â book Â compared Â to Â previous Â sea-Â sons. Â Characters Â such Â as Â Talisa Â Maegyr Â and Â Roz, Â who Â do Â not Â ex-Â ist Â in Â the Â book, Â have Â frequent Â sto-Â rylines, Â while Â other Â characters Â are Â left Â out Â completely. Â This Â is Â understandable, Â seeing Â
that Â all Â 992 Â pages Â of Â Martinâ€™s Â â€œA Â 6WRUP RI 6ZRUGVÂ´ FRXOG QRW ÂżW into Â a Â single Â season, Â which Â is Â why Â the Â producers Â split Â the Â third Â book Â into Â two Â seasons. If Â you Â are Â queasy Â at Â the Â sight Â of Â blood Â or Â feel Â uncomfortable Â during Â intimate Â scenes, Â I Â do Â not Â advise Â this Â series Â for Â you. Â â€œGame Â of Â Thronesâ€? Â is Â no Â stranger Â to Â be-Â headings, Â deadly Â swordplay Â and Â burning Â people Â alive, Â and Â season Â three, Â so Â far, Â is Â no Â exception. Â For Â the Â remainder Â of Â this Â sea-Â son, Â prepare Â to Â have Â your Â mind Â blown Â with Â jaw-Âdropping Â plot Â turns Â and Â deaths Â you Â would Â have Â never Â expected. Â Spring Â may Â be Â on Â its Â way Â in Â Whitewater, Â but Â in Â Westoros, Â win-Â ter Â is Â coming. RymkusCR05@uww.edu
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Student found voice in middle school Support from family
helps drive junior Makenna Parish-Day toward goals By Christina Curtin Staff Writer
A late start to singing has not held back Makenna Parish-Day in the slightest. A dancer from age 3, Parish- Day picked up singing around 6th grade and continued in mid- dle school by participating in her school’s choir program. She continued singing in choir through high school and also par- ticipated in theater events. Parish-Day credits her in- volvement in the arts as some- thing that helped her through VRPHGLI¿FXOWWLPHV “It made me happier, and it re- ally got me through high school,” Parish-Day said. Now a junior at UW-White- water, Parish-Day is getting ready for her student recital at 3 p.m. on May 4 in Light Recital Hall. Although she’s a classical singer, Parish-Day said she pulls
inspiration from Adele and Re- gina Spektor and said Adele, par- ticularly, is a big idol of hers. Parish-Day also credits her parents and family as inspira- tions. “I rely on my parents being there and being supportive a lot,” Parish-Day said. Parish-Day isn’t the only mu- sically inclined member of her family. Her sister attended Lawrence University and majored in vocal performance. Mary Vey, a long-time friend and fellow vocal performance ma- jor, had nothing Vey but nice things to say about Parish-Day. “She enjoys what she does a lot, and she works hard,” Vey said. “She’s one of two altos we have in our voice performance department and has a very unique tone, which is really nice.” Parish-Day and Vey met at Plan-it Purple and were in the same learning community as freshmen.
Vey said they’ve continued to be good friends through college. The reputation of UW-W’s music program is what drew Par- ish-Day to the school. “I had heard that the program was good,” Parish-Day said. After contacting several voice faculty members, she auditioned and was accepted. Brygida Bziukiewicz-Kulig, Parish-Day’s private voice in- structor, had great things to say about her student. “She has a very beautiful, very unique voice,” Bziukie- wickz-Kulig said. Parish-Day was assigned to Bziukiewicz-Kulig’s studio two years ago, and Bziukiewicz-Ku- lig has tried to give her the kind of guidance she needs to excel in her craft. Bziukiewicz-Kulig said she has high expectations for Parish- Day and expects excellence from her. “She is exceptionally talented and has a very good stage pres- ence,” Bziukiewicz-Kulig said. Photo submitted
Junior Makenna Parish-Day will put on a vocal performance for her student recital at 3 p.m. on May 4 in Light Recital hall. Parish-Day started singing in the 6th grade.
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Seniors Â lead Â team Â past Â No. Â 9 Â Coe Â„â€™Hawks Â get Â revenge Â
Andrew Â Bayliss Â was Â deter-Â mined Â to Â avoid Â another Â upset. Â after Â last Â yearâ€™s Â loss â€œWe Â kind Â of Â had Â a Â sour Â taste Â left Â in Â our Â mouth Â after Â that Â match Â last Â year, Â and Â we Â wanted Â to Â re-Â Menâ€™s Tennis deem Â ourselves,â€? Â Bayliss Â said. Â Â â€œEverybody Â on Â the Â team Â was Â just Â By Justin Woodard really Â focused, Â and Â we Â played Â Staff Â Writer smart Â and Â well.â€? Coe, Â ranked Â No. Â 9 Â in Â the Â ITA Â As Â the Â Warhawks Â menâ€™s Â ten-Â Central Â Region Â poll, Â endured Â nis Â season Â drew Â to Â a Â close Â on Â their Â first Â loss Â in Â dual Â matches Â Sunday, Â the Â team Â eagerly Â awaits Â this Â year Â against Â the Â â€™Hawks, Â a Â bid Â into Â the Â National Â Collegiate Â ranked Â No. Â 5 Â in Â Athletic Â Asso-Â the Â ITA Â Central Â ciation Â Division-Â Region Â poll. III Â Champion-Â Senior Â Mitch Â ship Â tournament. Osborne Â was Â The Â â€™Hawks, Â content Â with Â the Â ranked Â No. Â 28 Â in Â outcome Â of Â Sun-Â the Â latest Â Inter-Â dayâ€™s Â match. Â Osborne collegiate Â Ten-Â Bayliss â€œIt Â was Â awe-Â nis Â Association Â some Â to Â be Â able Â D i v i s i o n -Â I I I Â to Â get Â revenge Â national Â poll, Â for Â last Â season,â€? Â concluded Â their Â t Â was Â awesome Â to Â he Â said. Â regular Â season Â â€œI Â know Â play Â with Â back-Â be Â able Â to Â get Â revenge Â all Â the Â return-Â to-Âback Â wins Â for Â last Â season. ers Â from Â last Â against Â previ-Â year Â were Â re-Â ously Â undefeat-Â ally Â looking Â ed Â Coe Â College Â Mitch Â Osborne, forward Â to Â this Â and Â Elmhurst Â senior match, Â because Â College. Â we Â wanted Â to Â Last Â year, Â turn Â the Â tables Â when Â the Â on Â them. Â It Â was Â a Â great Â team Â ef-Â â€™Hawks Â faced Â Coe, Â they Â were Â fort Â today.â€? Â expected Â to Â win Â by Â a Â favorable Â After Â that, Â the Â â€™Hawks Â played Â margin, Â but Â Coe Â stole Â a Â 5-Â4 Â vic-Â Elmhurst Â College, Â ranked Â No. Â 15 Â tory. Â
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Junior Byron Balkin, above, hits a ball against Coe College this weekend. After losing to Coe in a disappoining match last year, the â€™Hawks rebounded with a win this weekend.
in Â the Â Central Â Region, Â who Â lost Â to Â Coe Â the Â previous Â day. Â Coming Â off Â of Â the Â Coe Â win Â that Â morning, Â Bayliss Â said Â the Â team Â used Â mo-Â mentum Â to Â carry Â over Â against Â El-Â mhurst. The Â â€™Hawksâ€™ Â three Â seniors, Â Bayliss, Â Osborne, Â and Â Andy Â Mc-Â Glashen, Â also Â were Â recognized Â
Sunday. Â All Â of Â the Â seniors Â transferred Â from Â different Â colleges Â after Â their Â freshman Â year Â and Â were Â im-Â mediately Â included Â in Â the Â lineup. Head Â coach Â Frank Â Barnes Â spoke Â about Â the Â men Â during Â the Â ceremony, Â noting Â their Â superb Â talent. Â Bayliss, Â Osborne Â and Â Mc-Â
Glashen Â have Â been Â major Â con-Â tributors Â for Â the Â â€™Hawks Â each Â year Â they Â were Â on Â the Â team. The Â â€™Hawks Â are Â riding Â a Â twelve-Âmatch Â win Â streak Â and Â awaiting Â a Â berth Â in Â the Â NCAA Â D-Â III Â champion Â tournament. WoodardJA31@uww.edu
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