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Free legal advice available for students WSG Â contracts Â lawyer Â to Â assist Â students By Lucas Wimmer Staff Â Writer
Â As Â college Â students, Â there Â are Â many Â times Â when Â a Â lawyer Â could Â be Â helpful. Â Disagreements Â with Â a Â landlord, Â underage Â drinking Â WLFNHWV DQG WUDIÂżF WLFNHWV DUH DOO common Â occurrences Â among Â stu-Â dents. Â But Â lawyers Â can Â be Â expen-Â sive, Â and Â college Â students Â do Â not Â usually Â have Â money Â readily Â available Â for Â a Â lawyer. Â So Â what Â options Â do Â college Â students Â have? Â Thatâ€™s Â where Â Craig Â Johnson Â comes Â in. Â Â â€œMost Â young Â men Â and Â young Â women Â have Â never Â been Â exposed Â to Â the Â police, Â the Â legal Â system, Â landlords Â and Â tenants, Â signing Â
contracts, Â etc., Â so Â they Â donâ€™t Â know Â what Â their Â rights Â are,â€? Â he Â said. Â Johnson Â is Â a Â lawyer Â con-Â tracted Â by Â Whitewater Â Student Â Government Â to Â provide Â free Â legal Â advice Â to Â UW-Â Â Whitewater Â stu-Â dents. Â Â U W-Â W h i t e -Â water Â junior Â Mjay Â Bouska Â believes Â this Â is Â a Â valuable Â asset Â Bouska for Â students. Â Â Â â€œI Â know Â Iâ€™ve Â personally Â had Â an Â issue Â with Â a Â landlord,â€? Â Bous-Â ka Â said. Â â€œIf Â students Â know Â about Â the Â free Â legal Â advice Â it Â can Â be Â a Â lot Â easier Â for Â them Â to Â save Â some Â money Â or Â some Â hassle.â€? Â His Â advice Â usually Â consists Â of Â what Â the Â individual Â can Â expect Â in Â court, Â what Â Johnson Â thinks Â their Â chances Â are Â of Â beating Â or Â amend-Â
ing Â a Â criminal Â charge Â and Â what Â he Â advises Â they Â should Â do Â with Â their Â issue. Â Johnson Â cannot Â take Â cases Â for Â the Â students, Â but Â will Â of-Â fer Â his Â advice Â to Â their Â problems Â and Â recommend Â them Â to Â a Â lawyer Â if Â they Â need Â fur-Â ther Â assistance. Â If Â an Â issue Â is Â still Â unresolved, Â he Â will Â meet Â with Â a Â person Â more Â than Â Murphy once. Â Â â€œA Â lot Â of Â students Â come Â back Â to Â me Â a Â number Â of Â times Â until Â it Â does Â get Â resolved,â€? Â he Â said. Â Johnson Â has Â been Â advising Â UW-ÂW Â students Â for Â the Â last Â two Â years. Â WSG Â contracts Â a Â lawyer Â for Â three Â years Â at Â a Â time, Â and Â takes Â bids Â when Â the Â contract Â is Â expired Â to Â choose Â a Â new Â lawyer Â or Â keep Â the Â old Â one. Â
WSG Â pays Â the Â fees Â for Â the Â lawyer Â as Â well. Â :6* EXVLQHVV DQG ÂżQDQFLDO services Â director Â Justin Â Murphy Â EHOLHYHV WKH VHUYLFH LV EHQHÂżFLDO to Â students. Â Â â€œThis Â is Â a Â viable Â service Â to Â them, Â because Â itâ€™s Â free,â€? Â Mur-Â SK\ VDLG Âł7KH\ FDQ ÂżQG RXW different Â avenues Â they Â can Â go Â to Â lessen Â their Â penalties Â or Â get Â them Â dropped Â or Â just Â to Â see Â their Â op-Â tions.â€? Â Students Â can Â schedule Â an Â ap-Â pointment Â through Â Career Â and Â Leadership Â Development, Â in Â person Â or Â by Â telephone. Â Johnson Â is Â on Â campus Â every Â week, Â al-Â ternating Â between Â Tuesday Â and Â Wednesday, Â from Â 3 Â to Â 5 Â p.m. Â Time Â slots Â for Â appointments Â are Â 20 Â minutes Â long. Â Â This Â free Â service Â is Â being Â uti-Â lized Â more Â than Â ever. Â Â â€œIn Â last Â yearâ€™s Â report, Â he Â set Â
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a Â record Â number Â of Â people Â com-Â ing,â€? Â Murphy Â said. Â â€œSo Â it Â is Â being Â used.â€? Â Outside Â of Â providing Â advice Â for Â students, Â Johnson Â practices Â law Â in Â Madison Â at Â Loniello, Â Johnson Â & Â Siomoni. Â According Â to Â their Â website, Â he Â has Â 33 Â years Â of Â legal Â experience. Â Â Some Â of Â his Â experience Â includes Â time Â in Â traf-Â ÂżFFRXUWDQGPLVGHPHDQRUFRXUW Johnson Â said. Â Â He Â said Â the Â most Â common Â things Â students Â come Â in Â for Â is Â WUDIÂżF WLFNHWV XQGHUDJH GULQN ing Â tickets, Â possession Â of Â mari-Â juana, Â issues Â with Â their Â landlord Â or Â roommates Â and Â understanding Â contracts Â they Â are Â signing. Â Â Johnson Â will Â be Â available Â un-Â WLOWKHZHHNRIÂżQDOVDQGZLOOEH available Â next Â school Â year Â begin-Â ning Â in Â September. Â WimmerLA28@uww.edu
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Senior Â wins Â national Â civic Â honor Â Â„Stephanie Â Abbott Â Â a Â nice Â job Â of Â managing Â so Â many Â pened.â€?
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Â Â Â When Â one Â student Â succeeds, Â it Â is Â a Â success Â for Â the Â entire Â campus. Â Â National Â titles, Â academic Â honors, Â and Â awards Â bring Â forth Â a Â sense Â of Â pride Â and Â success Â on Â campus Â that Â is Â contagious. Â U W-Â W h i t e -Â water Â can Â claim Â more Â success Â through Â the Â achievements Â of Â Stephanie Â Ab-Â bott Â who Â was Â Mackin recently Â chosen Â for Â one Â of Â the Â respected Â New-Â man Â Civic Â Fellows Â Awards. Â Â The Â award Â is Â presented Â to Â only Â 181 Â college Â students Â in Â the Â country Â who Â exemplify Â positive Â civic Â leadership. Â Â â€œThese Â students Â represent Â the Â next Â generation Â of Â public Â prob-Â lem Â solvers Â and Â civic Â leaders,â€? Â said Â Dean Â of Â Students, Â Mary Â Beth Â Mackin. Â Mackin Â saw Â promise Â in Â Ab-Â bott Â from Â the Â very Â beginning, Â and Â decided Â to Â nominate Â her Â for Â the Â national Â award. Â Â â€œI Â was Â impressed Â with Â her Â from Â day Â one,â€? Â Mackin Â said. Â â€œShe Â is Â so Â bright Â and Â she Â did Â such Â
tasks Â at Â once.â€? Â Mackin Â could Â see Â that Â Abbott Â VHHPHG WR WUXO\ ÂżW WKH SURÂżOH RI a Â Newman Â Civic Â Fellow Â through Â the Â work Â she Â had Â done Â in Â the Â community Â and Â on Â campus. Â â€œWhen Â I Â thought Â about Â some-Â one Â who Â is Â going Â out Â and Â be-Â yond Â the Â campus Â community Â into Â a Â larger Â community Â she Â was Â WKH ÂżUVW SHUVRQ WKDW FDPH WR P\ mind,â€? Â Mackin Â said. Â â€œShe Â has Â improved Â the Â relationship Â be-Â tween Â the Â city Â and Â the Â university Â in Â so Â many Â ways.â€? Â Abbott Â had Â many Â achieve-Â ments Â as Â a Â UW-ÂW Â student. Â Â She Â is Â a Â political Â science Â major Â who Â will Â graduate Â with Â honors. Â Â She Â also Â was Â an Â active Â part Â of Â White-Â water Â Student Â Government Â dur-Â ing Â her Â college Â career. Â â€œMy Â experiences Â at Â Whitewa-Â ter Â are Â pretty Â extensive;Íž Â Iâ€™ve Â done Â a Â lot Â of Â different Â things,â€?Abbott Â said. Â Â â€œSome Â of Â them Â were Â great, Â VRPH RI WKHP ZHUH GHÂżQLWHO\ more Â of Â a Â challenge, Â but Â Iâ€™ve Â learned Â from Â all Â of Â them.â€? Â One Â of Â Abbottâ€™s Â greatest Â and Â most Â unique Â accomplishments Â is Â being Â elected Â to Â the Â Whitewa-Â ter Â Common Â Council Â where Â she Â holds Â one-Âseventh Â of Â the Â voting Â power Â in Â the Â community. Â Â Â â€œIt Â is Â so Â rare Â for Â a Â student Â to Â serve Â on Â the Â common Â council,â€? Â Mackin Â said. Â â€œAnd Â up Â until Â most Â recent Â years Â it Â really Â had Â not Â hap-Â
Â As Â a Â successful Â senior Â gradu-Â ating Â at Â the Â end Â of Â the Â spring Â semester, Â Abbott Â serves Â as Â a Â SRVLWLYHLQĂ€XHQFHWRFXUUHQW8: Whitewater Â students Â who Â are Â paving Â their Â own Â path Â to Â success. Â â€œYou Â need Â to Â get Â involved Â and Â you Â should Â probably Â try Â some-Â thing Â that Â scares Â you Â just Â a Â little Â bit,â€? Â Abbott Â said. Â Mackin Â believes Â Abbott Â also Â can Â serve Â as Â an Â inspiration Â for Â current Â UW-ÂWhitewater Â students Â to Â be Â ambitious. Â â€œOne Â can Â learn Â from Â Stepha-Â nie Â to Â dream Â big Â dreams,â€? Â Mack-Â in Â said. Â Abbott Â is Â being Â praised Â for Â her Â great Â accomplishments, Â but Â VKH FRQWLQXHV WR ÂżQG WKH PRVW value Â in Â the Â personal Â connections Â she Â made Â during Â her Â four Â years Â at Â UW-ÂWhitewater. Â â€œThose Â personal Â relationships Â that Â I Â have Â made Â with Â the Â people Â here Â at Â Whitewater Â mean Â the Â PRVWWRPHPRUHWKDQDQ\FHUWLÂż cate Â ever Â could Â or Â any Â award Â cer-Â emony Â ever Â will,â€? Â Abbott Â said. Â Â Â The Â future Â looks Â bright Â for Â Abbott;Íž Â she Â has Â not Â decided Â her Â exact Â course Â after Â graduation, Â but Â she Â has Â many Â doors Â of Â opportu-Â nity Â because Â of Â her Â achievements Â and Â degree. Â â€œIâ€™m Â just Â excited Â to Â knock Â RQ D IHZ RI WKRVH GRRUV DQG ÂżJ ure Â out Â which Â ones Â I Â want Â to Â go Â through,â€? Â she Â said. Â Â
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Â Â Â Mackin Â has Â high Â hopes Â for Â â€œOur Â country Â has Â become Â so Â po-Â Abbottâ€™s Â future Â successes Â and Â larized, Â and Â I Â think Â Stephanie Â achievements Â after Â she Â has Â left Â brings Â hope Â for Â the Â future.â€? UW-ÂWhitewater. Â â€œI Â hope Â to Â see Â her Â have Â her Â dreams Â come Â true,â€? Â Mackin Â said. Â ArmettaCL31@uww.edu
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Advising Report gets update Â By Michael Riley advising Â coordinators, Â additional Â Â Assistant Â News Â Editor staff Â from Â each Â college Â and Â stu-Â Â dents.â€? Â Â Â Â The Â advising Â report Â will Â un-Â Â When Â the Â new Â AAR Â goes Â dergo Â a Â complete Â renovation Â and Â live, Â there Â are Â going Â to Â be Â a Â few Â will Â be Â available Â for Â all Â students Â problems, Â but Â those Â are Â going Â to Â beginning Â June Â 3 Â on Â Whitewater Â be Â expected Â Hare Â said. Â Â The Â main Â Information Â Network Â for Â Stu-Â focus Â is Â to Â have Â an Â improved Â pro-Â dents. Â Â cess Â in Â place. Â Â Â Registrar Â Jodi Â Hare Â and Â Pro-Â Â â€œInitially, Â we Â wanted Â to Â make Â vost Â Beverly Â it Â more Â printable,â€? Â Kopper Â have Â Hare Â said. Â Â â€œThe Â presented Â the Â problem Â we Â found Â new Â academic Â was Â when Â switch-Â advising Â report Â ing Â from Â the Â old Â to Â Whitewater Â format Â to Â the Â new Â Student Â Govern-Â format, Â the Â data Â ment, Â Academic Â ÂżHOGV ZHUH QRW Hare Kopper Staff Â Assembly Â pulling Â informa-Â and Â Faculty Â tion Â from Â same Â Senate. Â source.â€? Â Â About Â a Â Â Â Â If Â someone Â e Â are Â doing Â as Â year Â ago, Â de-Â was Â looking Â at Â partment Â chairs Â much Â testing Â as Â we Â the Â set Â up Â of Â a Â raised Â concerns Â course Â from Â be-Â to Â Kopper Â about Â can. Â Right Â now, Â we Â hind Â the Â scenes, Â the Â advising Â re-Â have Â multiple Â people Â the Â course Â had Â port Â in Â terms Â of Â name Â and Â a Â looking Â at Â every Â single Â a Â its Â readability Â code. Â Â Most Â of Â sample. and Â usability. Â Â work Â on Â the Â new Â Jodi Â Hare format Â has Â been Â Â â€œJodi Â came Â Registrar dedicated Â to Â go-Â to Â department Â chairâ€™s Â work-Â ing Â through Â ev-Â shop Â and Â then Â ery Â course Â and Â had Â a Â series Â of Â meetings Â to Â de-Â FOHDULQJ XS WKH GDWD ÂżHOG FRQ velop Â a Â format Â that Â was Â more Â user Â Ă€LFWV friendly, Â easier Â to Â read, Â and Â more Â Â Once Â completed, Â the Â end Â re-Â useful Â not Â only Â for Â department Â sult Â will Â be Â easier Â for Â everyone Â to Â chairs Â but Â for Â students Â and Â staff Â read. Â Â as Â well,â€? Â Kopper Â said. Â Â Â Samples Â of Â the Â new Â AAR Â plan Â Â The Â campus-Âwide Â change Â will Â to Â be Â available Â for Â students Â to Â impact, Â how Â students Â view Â their Â view Â and Â compare Â to Â the Â old Â one Â graduation Â plan, Â an Â impact Â that Â on Â the Â registrarâ€™s Â website. Â will Â not Â be Â taken Â lightly, Â Hare Â Â Hareâ€™s Â main Â focus Â is Â creating Â said. Â Â a Â complete Â sample Â that Â will Â be Â Â â€œIt Â has Â been Â received Â really Â very Â similar Â to Â the Â version Â that Â well, Â and Â I Â am Â hopeful,â€? Â Hare Â will Â be Â released Â June Â 3. Â said. Â Â â€œWe Â have Â been Â utilizing Â Âł:H GRQÂśW ZDQW DQ\ ÂżHOGV
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missing, Â because Â we Â donâ€™t Â want Â any Â surprises Â afterwards,â€? Â Hare Â said. Â Â â€œWe Â are Â doing Â as Â much Â testing Â as Â we Â can. Â Â Right Â now, Â we Â have Â multiple Â people Â looking Â at Â every Â single Â sample.â€? Â Â Â There Â are Â some Â quirks Â in Â the Â current Â advising Â report Â and Â they Â will Â continue Â to Â work Â on Â improv-Â ing Â them Â Hare Â said. Â Â Â â€œThere Â is Â a Â lot Â of Â technical Â set Â
up Â when Â it Â comes Â to Â conjunction Â requirements, Â and Â sometimes Â it Â was Â supposed Â to Â be Â an Â â€˜orâ€™ Â when Â it Â was Â suppose Â to Â be Â an Â â€˜and,â€™â€? Â Hare Â said. Â Â â€œWe Â are Â looking Â to Â go Â to Â every Â single Â one Â of Â them, Â and Â sit Â down Â with Â every Â college Â to Â clear Â up Â as Â many Â problems Â as Â possible.â€? RileyMP30@uww.edu
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Retraction In Â a Â series Â of Â articles Â published Â from Â April Â 22 Â to Â May Â 11, Â 2011 Â in Â the Â Royal Â Purple Â student Â newspaper Â regarding Â the Â lawsuit Â between Â UW-Â Whitewater Â and Â assistant Â professor Â Zhengnan Â Shi, Â the Â Royal Â Purple Â in-Â correctly Â reported Â that Â Shi Â had Â been Â barred Â from Â campus Â for Â making Â com-Â ments Â about Â the Â 2007 Â Virginia Â Tech Â shootings. Â In Â fact, Â Shi Â was Â barred Â from Â campus Â based Â off Â an Â order Â from Â UW-ÂWhitewater Â Chancellor Â Rich-Â ard Â Telfer. Â Shi Â has Â since Â been Â cleared Â of Â making Â any Â alleged Â remarks Â re-Â garding Â the Â Virginia Â Tech Â shootings. Â The Â Royal Â Purple Â regrets Â the Â error. The Â Royal Â Purple Â also Â cited Â court Â documents Â including Â information Â compiled Â by Â the Â Campus Â Assessment Â and Â Response Â Evaluation Â Team Â that Â were Â later Â found Â to Â be Â without Â merit. Â We Â regret Â any Â misunderstanding Â that Â might Â have Â ensued Â as Â a Â result Â of Â this Â information Â presented Â as Â fact Â at Â the Â time Â the Â articles Â were Â published.â€?
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Leadership natural for senior speaker Sydney Nelson
will address the spring graduating class By Michael Riley Assistant News Editor
When Sydney Nelson ad- dresses her fellow graduates at the 2012-13 Spring Commence- ment Ceremony, she will com- plete a trifecta;; the final piece to a puzzle, which includes speak- ing at her middle school and high Brizcoe school gradua- tions. Solving this puzzle has led Nelson on an undergraduate ca- reer across the campus and the world. “As a student who took ad- vantage of every single oppor- tunity, resource, leadership po- sition, networking potential and volunteer experience that White- water provided, I can’t just focus on one thing that means the most to me,” Nelson said. “Each and every one of those things that I have done has contributed to who I am as a person.” For Nelson, being a role mod- el for her peers began before she ever set foot on Whitewater soil. Frieda Briscoe, director of the Minority Business Program,
remembers responding to Nelson via email in the June before she came to campus as a freshman. Nelson applied for the Summer Business Institute, which is a transitional program for new stu- dents, and was accepted. Once the pair met, Briscoe was immediately impressed by Nelson’s communication skills as a freshman, and that admiration four years ago has blossomed into an important relationship for Nelson. “She doesn’t have barriers that interfere with her goals,” Briscoe said. “Sydney is Clements very good at vi- sualization. She sees the end result, and everything she does has a purpose. It all fits into her master plan, and she never takes her eye off it.” Briscoe is the adviser for the National Association of Black Accountants, an organization that Nelson has served as the vice president and president. “She has been my resource for all things professional,” Nelson said. “Without her, I can truly say I would not be in the position I am today.” When Nelson came for a tour, she still remembers how engag- ing and lively the campus assis- tant was, a position she found herself fulfilling later in her ca- reer.
“I think the general atmo- Even though Nelson knew sphere when you step on this she wanted to major in account- campus makes you feel like you ing, she had two goals. are home,” Nelson said. First, she wanted to break the Nelson admitted once she had stereotype of accountants who decided to come to UW-White- are often closed off and always water, she was on the website for in front of their computer. hours every single day, looking Second, she said she believes at all the different organizations the whole purpose of a college that she could insert herself into education is not only studying upon arrival. She prides herself your intended major, but all the on always having a plan, but she experiences that surround your did not limit herself in the busi- four or five years. ness world of the university. “I truly don’t believe that Despite being an account- people who go to college, take ing major with a Spanish minor, classes in their major, graduate Nelson was extensively involved with 4.0 and don’t do anything in the America Reads program, else are successful,” Nelson where, after a few years, she said. “I don’t think until people served as a teaching assistant. step outside their comfort zone Nelson said this and challenge e x p e r i e n c e themselves do changed how they develop she viewed her into better hu- really try to set life, and it has man beings.” been critical in a prime example of N e l - her develop- what people can be if son credits the ment. of her they just have the right source “You are in- motivation to strumental at mind set helping the their develop- people who Sydney Nelson, ment at a young Commencement Speaker come after her. age,” she said. She learned “You are such a this first hand role model, and in her time with you have to be conscientious of NABA while attending regional your persona while being in that and national conferences. environment. It has translated “Seeing those individuals to how I view my reputation on being extremely successful, not campus as a whole. I am very only in their professional or per- aware of how others perceive sonal lives, but turning around me.” and making connections with the next generation to make sure they are following their lead,” Nelson said. She has taken NABA’s motto and applied it to her own life’s philosophy;; lifting as we climb. Nelson has been lifting UW- Whitewater students in a variety of ways, whether it be volunteer-
ing in incoming freshman pro- grams, giving tours as campus assistant or putting together floor programs as a resident assistant. “I really try to set a prime ex- ample of what people can be if they just have the right mindset,” Nelson said. “I am not saying I am the best or amazing. I am really trying to showcase to un- derclassmen that with the right mindset, network and motivation you can do anything you want to do.” Regardless of the detailed journey Nelson had planned for herself, traveling abroad was something that she did not expect to be so heavily involved in. She has traveled to Ghana, El Salvador, Brazil, England, Ireland and China. While pursu- ing her Spanish minor, she com- pleted an international internship in Mexico as a foreign exchange student. Christine Clements, dean of the College of Business and Economics, has become close to Nelson during the past four years and recognizes her uniqueness. “I think Sydney is really ex- ceptional,” Clements said. “A [student like] Sydney rolls along every five to ten years. It has to do with the number and extent of the kinds of involvement. We have a lot of exceptional stu- dents on campus, but the kind of breadth of Sydney’s activities is not common.” Nelson will return to fin- ish her master’s degree at UW- Whitewater and will continue to have the mindset of lifting as she climbs. A journey that, if it is anything like her undergraduate career, will be bright and full of success. RileyMP30@uww.edu
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â€œBad Â human Â communication Â leaves Â us Â less Â room Â to Â grow.â€? Â -ÂRowan Â D. Â Williams
WEDNESDAY May Â 8, Â 2013
Opinion Â Editor: Josh Â Hafemeister
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Student-Ââ€?teacher Â relations Â rely Â on Â communication Royal Purple Editorial Â Staff Â Opinion
Students Â have Â heard Â of Â this Â before. Â A Â student Â doesnâ€™t Â know Â his Â or Â her Â grade Â and Â has Â no Â idea Â how Â they Â are Â doing Â in Â the Â class. Â Teachers Â change Â what Â they Â have Â scheduled Â on Â the Â syllabus. Â These Â situations Â are Â nothing Â new Â in Â col-Â lege. Â The Â issue, Â however, Â is Â that Â students Â and Â teachers Â do Â not Â al-Â ways Â communicate Â with Â each Â oth-Â er Â about Â grades Â and Â changes Â to Â the Â syllabus. Â Teachers Â must Â constant-Â ly Â make Â sure Â they Â are Â communi-Â cating Â with Â their Â students Â about Â syllabus Â changes Â and Â grades. Â Stu-Â dents Â must Â take Â the Â time Â to Â ask Â teachers Â about Â their Â grades Â and Â what Â is Â expected Â of Â them Â when Â they Â are Â uncertain Â as Â well. Being Â up Â to Â date Â with Â grades Â helps Â students Â decide Â where Â to Â de-Â vote Â their Â study Â time. Â If Â a Â student Â has Â a Â B Â in Â one Â class Â and Â a Â C Â in Â another Â class, Â the Â student Â knows Â to Â spend Â more Â study Â time Â on Â the Â class Â with Â a Â C. Â If Â a Â student Â is Â con-Â stantly Â aware Â of Â his Â or Â her Â grade, Â the Â student Â can Â communicate Â with Â the Â teacher Â if Â there Â is Â a Â discrep-Â ancy Â with Â the Â grade Â the Â student Â received Â or Â inquire Â about Â extra Â
credit Â opportunities. Â The Â syllabus Â is Â an Â agreement Â between Â the Â teacher Â and Â his Â or Â her Â students. Â What Â is Â on Â the Â syllabus Â is Â what Â is Â expected Â of Â the Â student Â throughout Â the Â semester, Â and Â the Â teacher Â is Â expected Â to Â adhere Â to Â his Â or Â her Â own Â syllabus. Â If Â the Â teacher Â changes Â a Â task Â on Â the Â syl-Â labus Â without Â communicating Â to Â the Â students, Â should Â the Â students Â still Â be Â held Â responsible Â for Â com-Â pleting Â the Â task? Â No, Â they Â should Â not. Â It Â is Â the Â responsibility Â of Â the Â teacher Â in Â this Â case Â to Â communi-Â cate Â with Â the Â students Â that Â there Â is Â a Â change Â to Â the Â syllabus. Â Students Â should Â take Â the Â time Â to Â read Â the Â syllabus Â front Â to Â back. Â The Â teachers Â write Â the Â syllabi Â for Â WKH EHQHÂżW RI WKH VWXGHQWV 6WX dents Â are Â expected Â to Â know Â dead-Â lines Â for Â homework. Â If Â a Â student Â does Â not Â hand Â in Â his Â or Â her Â home-Â work Â on Â time, Â his Â or Â her Â grade Â suffers Â for Â it. Some Â teachers Â do Â a Â fantastic Â job Â communicating Â and Â being Â re-Â liable Â with Â their Â students, Â either Â by Â posting Â grades Â for Â students Â online Â via Â D2L, Â making Â sure Â they Â are Â handing Â back Â assignments Â to Â students Â as Â soon Â as Â they Â are Â grad-Â ed Â or Â notifying Â students Â via Â email Â
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or Â in Â class Â about Â syllabus Â chang-Â es. Â There Â needs Â to Â be Â consistency Â between Â teachers Â on Â these Â issues. Â Students Â cannot Â be Â expected Â to Â know Â their Â grade Â or Â what Â to Â do Â if Â the Â syllabus Â is Â changed Â without Â being Â told.
Students Â need Â to Â constantly Â take Â the Â time Â to Â inquire Â about Â grades Â or Â timelines Â if Â they Â are Â not Â sure. Â Communication Â is Â a Â two Â way Â street. Â All Â teachers Â post Â ei-Â ther Â a Â phone Â number Â or Â an Â email Â address Â in Â the Â syllabus, Â and Â all Â
WHDFKHUV KDYH RIÂżFH KRXUV ZKHQ a Â student Â may Â speak Â to Â them Â in Â person. Â Students Â should Â capitalize Â on Â this Â to Â communicate Â with Â their Â teachers Â about Â any Â questions Â or Â concerns Â they Â have. An Â example Â of Â such Â circum-Â stances Â would Â be Â dismal Â weather, Â such Â as Â what Â Wisconsin Â had Â to-Â ward Â the Â beginning Â of Â the Â semes-Â ter. Â If Â a Â teacher Â needs Â to Â cancel Â class Â due Â to Â the Â weather, Â they Â must Â notify Â the Â students Â and Â ensure Â the Â class Â is Â aware Â of Â any Â changes Â to Â the Â syllabus. Â If Â the Â teacher Â de-Â cides Â not Â to Â cancel Â class Â but Â some Â students Â are Â unable Â to Â make Â it Â to Â class, Â it Â is Â their Â responsibility Â to Â notify Â the Â teacher Â and Â ask Â them Â what Â is Â expected Â of Â them Â because Â they Â missed Â a Â class Â period. Communication Â is Â key Â in Â school, Â just Â like Â any Â job Â or Â rela-Â tionship. Â If Â one Â party Â is Â not Â com-Â municating Â with Â the Â other Â about Â recent Â changes Â to Â either Â grades Â or Â the Â syllabus, Â then Â the Â students Â cannot Â expect Â to Â get Â the Â best Â grade Â possible. Â Students Â and Â teachers Â must Â be Â in Â constant Â communica-Â tion Â over Â deadlines Â and Â grades Â throughout Â the Â semester. firstname.lastname@example.org
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If the syllabus changes, how does that effect you? â€œNot Â knowing Â the Â exact Â dates Â of Â when Â projects Â or Â assignments Â are Â due. Â I Â would Â ask Â the Â teacher Â just Â to Â make Â sure.â€? -ÂTaylor Â Dornik, freshman
â€œWhen Â things Â are Â changed Â Â I Â want Â to Â know Â when Â things Â are Â due.â€?
â€œItâ€™s Â tough Â as Â a Â student Â because Â youâ€™re Â focused Â on Â working Â on Â one Â plan, Â and Â they Â change Â it, Â on Â top Â of Â all Â your Â other Â classes.â€? -ÂEric Â Schuerman, junior
â€œBefore Â I Â do Â what Â the Â syllabus Â says Â I Â refer Â to Â the Â teacher, Â either Â by Â email Â or Â in Â person.â€?
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Â After Â two Â years Â on Â the Â Royal Â PurpleÂśVHGLWRULDOVWDIILWÂśVÂżQDOO\ time Â to Â say Â goodbye. Â Itâ€™s Â exciting Â to Â begin Â a Â new Â chapter Â as Â a Â young Â journalist, Â but Â my Â departure Â also Â comes Â with Â mixed Â emotions. Â I Â still Â remember Â P\ ÂżUVW VHF tion Â meeting Â as Â a Â sports Â writer, Â trying Â to Â inject Â Zach Hicks Sports Editor my Â opinions Â into Â P\ÂżUVWIHZVWRULHVDQGWKHGLVDS pointment Â I Â had Â when Â I Â saw Â that Â the Â printed Â version Â was Â different Â than Â what Â Iâ€™d Â submitted Â to Â my Â edi-Â tor. Â Iâ€™ve Â come Â a Â long Â way. Â When Â I Â graduate Â in Â December, Â Iâ€™ll Â take Â with Â me Â not Â only Â the Â expe-Â riences Â Iâ€™ve Â had Â through Â the Â Royal Â Purple, Â but Â also Â what Â Iâ€™ve Â learned Â from Â my Â writers Â and Â co-Âworkers. Â Iâ€™d Â like Â to Â thank Â Matt Â Gard-Â QHUIRUEHLQJP\ÂżUVWHGLWRUERWK at Â the Â Royal Â Purple, Â while Â I Â was Â a Â staff Â writer Â and Â also Â at Â the Â Lake Â Mills Â Leader. Â I Â learned Â a Â lot Â from Â you, Â and Â thank Â you Â for Â being Â tough Â on Â me Â at Â times Â when Â I Â needed Â it Â but Â also Â giving Â me Â props Â when Â Iâ€™d Â do Â something Â right. Â I Â took Â a Â lot Â of Â pages Â out Â of Â your Â book Â while Â run-Â ning Â the Â sports Â section Â this Â yearâ€” glad Â that Â was Â okay Â Alex Â and Â Mike, Â it Â is Â great Â hav-Â ing Â friends Â who Â have Â similar Â goals Â and Â career Â aspirations. Â I Â enjoy Â bouncing Â ideas Â off Â you Â two Â and Â discussing Â jobs Â and Â internships. Â Carley, Â even Â though Â you Â de-Â cided Â to Â copy Â my Â idea Â of Â being Â a Â journalist, Â I Â really Â will Â miss Â jok-Â LQJDURXQGLQWKHRIÂżFHZLWK\RX From Â Spanish Â class Â in Â high Â school, Â to Â two Â years Â on Â the Â editorial Â staff Â of Â the Â Royal Â Purple, Â Iâ€™d Â say Â we Â turned Â out Â OK. Â Andie, Â you Â are Â a Â great Â friend Â and Â do Â such Â an Â excellent Â job Â of Â balancing Â your Â friendships Â with Â our Â staff Â members Â and Â running Â our Â newspaper Â effectively. Â Itâ€™s Â not Â an Â easy Â thing Â to Â do, Â but Â I Â have Â al-Â ways Â admired Â how Â you Â handle Â it. Â Iâ€™ve Â learned Â so Â much Â from Â you Â and Â want Â to Â thank Â you Â for Â being Â so Â good Â at Â what Â you Â do. Â Itâ€™s Â having Â
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people Â like Â you Â in Â the Â newsroom Â that Â trigger Â my Â competitive Â side Â and Â help Â drive Â me Â to Â dig Â deep Â and Â write Â an Â excellent Â article Â for Â our Â paper. Â Kyle Â and Â Pete, Â as Â staff Â advis-Â ers, Â Iâ€™ve Â learned Â a Â lot Â from Â both Â of Â you. Â I Â hope Â to Â keep Â in Â touch. Â Thanks Â to Â all Â of Â my Â friends Â QRW DIÂżOLDWHG ZLWK WKH SDSHU ZKR have Â sat Â through Â my Â countless Â babbling Â about Â the Â sports Â section. Â Justin, Â Luke, Â John, Â Bo, Â Shepard, Â Anna, Â Alysha, Â Trent, Â Dane, Â Kari, Â Craig Â and Â everyone Â at Â the Â Visitorâ€™s Â Centerâ€”I Â know Â Iâ€™m Â annoying, Â so Â thanks Â for Â putting Â up Â with Â it. Â Kevin, Â murmuring Â darkly Â in Â our Â apartment Â about Â sports Â never Â gets Â old. Â I Â hope Â to Â murmur Â darkly Â with Â you Â after Â college, Â too. Â All Â of Â my Â staff Â writers, Â you Â have Â all Â worked Â so Â hard Â this Â year. Â Iâ€™m Â so Â proud Â to Â know Â you Â as Â young Â journalists Â and Â as Â people. Â Your Â passion Â will Â lead Â to Â your Â suc-Â cesses. Â Thanks Â to Â the Â coaches Â and Â ath-Â letes Â Iâ€™ve Â covered Â during Â the Â past Â three Â years. Â One Â of Â the Â reasons Â I Â chose Â journalism Â was Â because Â of Â the Â connections Â you Â can Â make Â with Â people. Â Iâ€™d Â especially Â like Â to Â thank Â Tony Â Guinn, Â the Â head Â menâ€™s Â soc-Â cer Â coach. Â Thanks Â for Â trusting Â me Â to Â tell Â Shaymusâ€™ Â story Â and Â also Â for Â the Â three Â interviews Â we Â did. Â You Â are Â truly Â one Â of Â the Â nicest Â people Â Iâ€™ve Â ever Â been Â fortunate Â enough Â to Â know. Â To Â the Â readers, Â thank Â you Â for Â the Â feedbackâ€”negative Â and Â posi-Â tive. Â Itâ€™s Â great Â to Â know Â that Â we Â have Â people Â passionate Â about Â UW-Â Whitewater Â athletics. Â It Â was Â an Â excellent Â decision Â to Â â€œgo Â for Â itâ€? Â and Â join Â the Â Royal Â Purple. Â Although Â I Â am Â an Â English Â major, Â my Â experience Â at Â this Â paper Â has Â led Â to Â multiple Â internships Â and Â a Â wealth Â of Â knowledge Â of Â the Â in-Â ner Â workings Â of Â a Â newspaper. Â I Â en-Â courage Â any Â freshman, Â sophomore Â or Â even Â upperclassman Â to Â join Â a Â campus Â organization Â if Â they Â donâ€™t Â feel Â happy Â with Â their Â college Â expe-Â rience. Â Itâ€™s Â never Â too Â late, Â and Â itâ€™s Â surprising Â how Â fast Â the Â time Â will Â go. Â Until Â next Â time.
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I never knew that my college experience would be coming to a close so soon. To tell you the truth it hasnâ€™t even hit me yet. These past four years have gone by so quickly. But before I leave, there are so many people I need to thank. To God: Without you I would have never made it Lynn Marolt Advertising Manager through anything. To my family: You are my rock and my every thing. You believe in me even when I donâ€™t believe in myself, and I canâ€™t ever thank you enough for that. Mom, thanks for always listening and helping me through everything. What would I do without you? Dad and Jen, thanks for your insight on life. You both always seem to know what to say. Jenn, you are my better half, and without you I would be nothing. You get me better than anyone, and words canâ€™t describe what you
mean to me. (SBL + EWG). To my RP Staff: You have all worked so hard. Thank you for always taking the extra steps to be successful. I appreciate you all so much. This job truly has been an amazing opportunity! Heena, without you this job would not have been possible. You dealt with me through all my ups and downs. You are the truest of friends. I canâ€™t wait see where life takes us, but I know you will always be there for me no matter what. To my RA friends and staff: You all work tirelessly everyday, and I know how much you truly do. From the bottom of my heart, I thank you for impacting the lives of so many residents and mine as well. Terry, I always say this, but thank you. Your mentoring and words of wisdom are something I will cherish forever. To Golden Key: Who said smart kids canâ€™t have friends? Not me! Thank you for the opportunity to lead our chapter, and to watch so many others grow into amazing
leaders. I will miss you all. To my ladies: Jenn, Kayhla, Felicia, Liz, Alicia, Heena, You ladies get me. Thank you for being loyal and true. You are all so important to me so much so that I consider you family. To everyone else: Thank you. I know I am missing so many people, but please know that my life would not have been the same without you. You all know who you are and the impact you have made, so I will thank you once again. 7KH WLUHOHVV QLJKWV DUH Ă€QDOO\ coming to a close. Whitewater you have given me so many opportunities, and I am beyond grateful. This is just the beginning of many more things to come. Looking back, this all seems to have gone by so fast. But after all, this is the life, this is the dream, and itâ€™s nothing as it seems. Every minute, every second is so real. I wish the best of luck to everyone. I look forward to what the future holds.
Â I Â honestly Â canâ€™t Â believe Â that Â Iâ€™m Â sitting Â here Â writing Â this Â trying Â to Â say Â goodbye Â to Â the Â people Â Iâ€™ve Â met Â here Â and Â marking Â an Â end Â to Â my Â journey Â here Â at Â UW-ÂWhitewater. Â Like Â every Â aspect Â in Â life, Â this Â has Â been Â a Â beauti-Â ful Â learning Â experi-Â ence Â with Â its Â share Â of Â ups Â and Â downs Â ÂżOOHG ZLWK PHPR ries Â of Â people Â that Â have Â impacted Â my Â life Â and Â whose Â life Â I Â mightâ€™ve Â made Â a Â small Â difference Â Heena Ahmed Business Editor in. Â Â As Â the Â end Â nears, Â Iâ€™d Â like Â to Â thank Â some Â people Â without Â whom Â I Â wouldnâ€™t Â be Â here Â today. Â To Â God: Â Thank Â you Â for Â every Â person, Â every Â opportunity, Â and Â ev-Â ery Â success Â in Â my Â life. Â To Â my Â family: Â A Â simple Â thank Â you Â isnâ€™t Â enough Â to Â express Â what Â I Â feel Â for Â you. Â Thank Â you Â for Â being Â my Â foundation Â and Â my Â support Â sys-Â tem. Â Mamma Â & Â Pappa, Â thank Â you Â for Â the Â life Â youâ€™ve Â given Â me! Â I Â cher-Â ish Â every Â single Â moment Â in Â my Â life Â with Â you. Â I Â owe Â everything Â that Â I Â am Â today Â to Â you. Â I Â love Â you.
Â To Â Sameer: Â Youâ€™re Â the Â best Â brother Â a Â sister Â could Â ever Â ask Â for. Â You Â always Â manage Â to Â put Â a Â smile Â on Â my Â face, Â make Â me Â be Â a Â kid Â again, Â and Â lessen Â my Â stress. Â Bhai, Â you Â know Â how Â much Â I Â love Â you, Â and Â I Â could Â never Â imagine Â my Â life Â without Â you. Â To Â Maria: Â My Â LIT Â mom! Â Thank Â you! Â If Â you Â wouldnâ€™t Â have Â believed Â in Â me Â and Â pushed Â me Â to Â trust Â myself Â and Â to Â take Â risks Â I Â wouldâ€™ve Â NEV-Â ER Â had Â the Â involvement Â experienc-Â es Â Iâ€™ve Â had Â at Â UW-ÂW. Â Love Â you! Â To Â my Â Triplex Â RA Â staff Â of Â the Â past Â two Â years Â â€“ Â youâ€™ve Â only Â helped Â me Â grow Â as Â a Â person, Â and Â working Â with Â all Â of Â you Â has Â been Â an Â incred-Â ible Â opportunity. Â Iâ€™ve Â met Â some Â of Â my Â closest Â friends Â through Â this Â op-Â portunity Â here Â at Â UW-ÂW. Â Kim Â Clarksen Â & Â Jan Â Bilgen Â â€“ Â thank Â you Â for Â letting Â me Â be Â a Â part Â of Â the Â Homecoming Â Steering Â Com-Â mittee Â for Â the Â past Â two Â yearsâ€”itâ€™s Â been Â nothing Â short Â of Â an Â adventure. Â It Â gave Â me Â a Â chance Â to Â know Â you Â and Â learn Â so Â much Â from Â youâ€”the Â work Â that Â you Â two Â do Â is Â tremen-Â dously Â commendable, Â and Â I Â hope Â to Â achieve Â a Â little Â of Â what Â you Â have.
Â To Â the Â Royal Â Purple: Â It Â has Â been Â an Â absolute Â pleasure Â and Â a Â great Â learning Â experience Â working Â with Â everyone Â here. Â Thank Â you Â for Â every Â thing Â you Â guys Â do. Â To Â Lynn, Â youâ€™re Â a Â remarkable Â person, Â and Â Iâ€™m Â so Â glad Â to Â have Â had Â a Â chance Â to Â get Â to Â know Â you. Â I Â wouldnâ€™t Â have Â been Â successful Â in Â this Â position Â if Â I Â didnâ€™t Â have Â your Â support. Â I Â look Â forward Â to Â our Â friendship Â growing Â over Â the Â years! Â To Â the Â lifelong Â friends Â Iâ€™ve Â made Â at Â UW-ÂW Â â€“ Â Jouri Â Jackson, Â Kristie Â Pedersen, Â Jess Â Kearney, Â Kai Â Instef-Â jord, Â Monica Â Digman, Â Jess Â Loizzo, Â Janelle Â Hineman, Â Nicole Â Pumarada, Â Kelsie Â Cullen, Â Kelsey Â Fitzsimons, Â Cori Â Herreid, Â Mykayla Â McDonald, Â Â Jeni Â Gruber, Â Jay Â Bazylewicz, Â Ann Â and Â Annie Â & Â Lynn Â Maroltâ€Ś Â I Â love Â you Â all Â and Â thank Â for Â the Â wonder-Â ful Â memories, Â canâ€™t Â wait Â for Â some Â more! Â Finally, Â thank Â you Â UW-ÂWhite-Â water Â and Â everyone Â else Â that Â I Â mightâ€™ve Â missed. Â Iâ€™m Â sad Â to Â see Â my Â time Â here Â come Â to Â an Â end, Â but Â Iâ€™m Â excited Â to Â see Â what Â the Â future Â holds. Â Once Â a Â Warhawk, Â always Â a Â War-Â hawk.
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Thanks for everything this year! You will all be missed.
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ongratulations Spring 2013 UW-Whitewater graduates!
Nic, Words cannot express how proud we are of you & all you have accomplished. We are honored to have you as our son! We wish you the Best Always! Love, Mom & Dad
Dear Beau, We are so proud of you and your academic & athletic accomplishments at UW-Whitewater. You will be happy and successful at whatever you decide to do. We love you! Mom, Dad, & Denay
Congratulations as you graduate from college. You worked hard and words can not express how proud we are of you. We are lucky to have you as a daughter. Love you so much, Dad & Mom
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Bernard, Itâ€™s wonderful to share such happiness with someone as special as you. Love always, Mom, Dad, Denzyl and the family
Samuel, We are so proud of you and your success. Just know we will always be here to support you and your future endeavors you seek to accomplish. Congratulations! Love, Mom and Dad
Matthew, Congratulations on your accomplishments! Youâ€™ve worked so hard to get here and always took it seriously. All the best in your future. Youâ€™ve made us extremely proud. We love you, Mom & Doug
Ethan, Congratulations on your graduation and new job! Weâ€™re proud of you! Love, Mom & Dad
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Travis, your family is so proud of your accomplishments and for that we honor you as you recieve your degree of Bachelor of Business Administration in Finance. Congratulations! Love, Dad Mom, Hope, Nicholas
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Congratulations Sean on your graduation! You have planned well, worked hard to achieve your goal of being a broadcaster, and now you have the degree! We know you will be a success! Love, Dad & Mom
Shayne ChelminiakTo US Your Smiley, Positive Attitude & Charm will get you where you want, and were Born to be! and per his bro; His personality is like that of a Mullet; Formal and Poised yet ready to Party! His mentoring and teaching will not only help me immensely in my future, but it will shape him & his career Very Successfully! We Love You & are so Proud of You Always!
Dear Tanya, my little princess now that you have accomplished one more goal in your life know there are many more surprises awaiting you. This is not the end of your learning journey but, the beginning. It is also the beginning of a happy life so don’t be afraid to explore the world. Live every day as if it’s your last and enjoy all that life offers. Love, Mom, Dad, and Sammy
Congratulations Mandee! When you look back on your college days you will remember the friends you made and the good times you had. The hard work and dedication to your studies can only mean good things in your future. Baby Iya you’re the one who makes living so much fun. Baby Iya were awfully proud of you. Love Mom & Dad
Love always, Mom & Dad
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Kristin, you made us the proudest parents. We love you for eternity. Congratulations to our beautiful baby girl who has grown into a bright young scholar. Lots of love.
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Anthony, We congratulate you on your MBA degree, the result of your positive attitude and strong work ethic. We are grateful to God for having you as our son. Love, Dad & Mom
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just kept Through it all you proud of you. swimming. I am so my graduate! Congratulations to Love Brian
Meagan, Seems like only yesterday we were reluctantly moving you into your UWW dorm room, and now you're a UWW Graduate. We are so very proud of your huge accomplishment. You're an amazing young woman and we love you with all of our hearts. Always believe in yourself as much as we believe in you. Love Mom and Dad
As children we dream to become things such as astronauts, firemen, athletes, and school teachers. Not very many actually live that dream. The future belongs to those who believe in their dreams, and have the courage and determination to pursue them. Youâ€™re one of the special few. Iâ€™m so proud of you. Always enjoy every minute of life. Love always, Dad
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Congratulations Andrew! You're on top of the world and we are so proud of your accomplishment! We can't wait to see what adventures await you. We love you and are hugely proud of you! Mom and Dad
ions! We look forward We are so proud of you! Congratulat wish you all the best to the next chapter in your story and life has to offer! With love always, Your Family
Dear Kati, You can have Congratulations on your graduation! ud of your your cake and eat it too! We are so pro . achievement on this very special day Much love, The Moms
Trent, Proud Parents Then!! Prouder Parents Now!! Much Love, Mom & Dad
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ry m UW-Whitewater. I am ve Congrats on graduating fro ur me a long ways since yo proud of you. You have co nderful son. "Batman" days. You are a wo Love Always Mom Dear Alyssa, Congratulations! You have accomplished so much. We are all so proud of you. good luck in graduate school Love, Mom, Dad, Samantha, Justin, Blake and Josh
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Katie, We are so proud of you and all you r accomplishments throughout your school career. Always our smiley, happy girl who never ceased to amaze us. As another new chapter of your life begins, we wish you all the best of luck! We love you so much.
CONGRATULATIONS, ALI BLANCHARD! The Creative Act by Judy Collins
Sydney- Congratulations on reaching another mile- stone in your life. Continue to grow, learn, and love whatever you do. We will always be there to encourage, support, and love you, no matter what. Just remember: In your happy moments...Praise God. In your difficult moments...Seek God. In your quiet moments...Worship God. In your painful moments...Trust God. and In every moment...Thank God. Loving you always and forever in every moment, Dad, Mom & Brother (David)
The creative act is one of great boldness where you act on your own beliefs. Creativity is the ability to risk being different from the crowd, to think differently, to act differently, and yet in a calculated, orderly fashion so that your idea, your vision, your new insight, is clear. It is the successful effort to make completeness out of chaos, to make the world dance, for a moment or forever, to your drum, at your pace, to your dream. With pride and love always, Mom, Dad, Jessica & Amber
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Katey, Hooray! You did it....with honors!! ¡¨¡¦ထŴ¡ª¤¤ª¤¡ထ¦¡ ¦¡ª£¦£န ££¦ª¤ª¡¦ ¦¤¦¡န¡¤¦¤£န ¨¦ထ Mom & Dad
Our Amazing Jake, As one journey is complete, your next one is obviously on the way. Thank you for your hard work, talent, and always being true to others and yourself. Remember “walk by faith, not by sight.” We are so proud of you. Love you to the moon and back, Mom, Dad, Dana, Kobi, Cheryl, Eugene and so many others
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Matthew We are so proud of you as you graduate. You will be great at all you do in life. Love Mom and Dad
Bailey, we don’t stop going to school when we graduate. Graduation is a process that goes on until the last day of your life. Your time is limited, so don’t waste it living someone else’s life. Don’t let the noise of other’s opinions drown out your own inner voice. And most important, have the courage to follow your heart and intuition. They somehow know what you truly want to become. We are so proud of your success. Luv ya tons Mom, Dad & Shelby
Dear Ashley, We want you to kow how proud we’ve always been to have you as our daughter and we will always support you in whatever you do. you have a beautiful smile, personality, attitude and amibtion to accomplish any endeavor in life. Congratualtions on your graduation and love always, Mom, Dad, and family
You are on your way!
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gy ndle of joy and ener You have been a bu even ere born. We can't since the day you w e are w proud we are! W begin to express ho apter sharing the next ch looking forward to be u - we know it will of your life with yo great! ad Love, Mom and D
“If ever there is tomorrow when we’re not together... there is something you must always remember. You are braver than you believe, stronger than you seem, and smarter than you think. But the most important thing is, even if we’re apart... I’ll always be with you.”
Dear Megan, e those who believe in th "The future belongs to ig, " Continue to dream b s. m ea dr ir he f t o ty au be t your spirit shine. We le d an rt ea r h ou y to n liste r proud. love you and are foreve Dad, Mom and Lauren
Patrick, We couldn't be prouder! Congratulations on this great accomplishment. You've become a remarkable young man and we're sure that you will succeed in all your future endeavors. Love, Mom, Dad and Michael
Congratulations to Pearl Frye-Joplin & Nathaniel Pharmer-Eden. May you continue to walk together & be supportive to one another. Side by Side.
For my son Jason Alan DererThough my body and soul have left this physical earth, I"ll be watching you walk across that stage with tremdous pride. I will love you forever my beautiful son, my chickadee. Well done. XOXOXO Mom
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To our dearest daughter, Heena on her graduation. CONGRATULATIONS! We’ve seen how hard you’ve worked to get where you are now! We are really proud of you. You are embarking on a new journey now and may this accomplishment bring new zeal in you to chase new goals and enjoy every minute of your life. Well done! Best of luck for your future!
Love always, Mamma, Pappa, Sameer
Jamie, Wow, you did it! We all knew you could, words cannot express how proud wer are of you. I love your zest for life and always there to give a helping hand. You’re the one we can count on for any-‐‑ thing. For that, we know whatever you put your heart into, you will make it possible. You have the love and family support it takes. From all of us we love you. Mom Good Luck!
Andrew Muwonge: We knew you could do it and you've done it well! You were destined to be a star. Continue to work hard and achieve all of your goals. Congratulations from Mom, Dad, Sarah and the entire Muwonge family.
Dearest Lauren Pethtel, Congratulations upon your graduation from UWW. Dreams do come true when you work hard to make them a reality. Ours have by seeing your accomplish your goal to graduate! We are so proud of the accomplished woman you have become. Your Degree is the tool that will make life's future challenges and rewards attainable.This is but the first chapter in your life's book of achievements with many new and wonderful chapters to follow. As your family, we look forward to reading each new chapter together. May you accomplish all that you seek with the confidence you have in your capabilities and the support & eternal love of your family. Love Mom, Dad and Austin
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â€˜Everybodyâ€™s Â Businessâ€™ Â supports Â anti-Ââ€?bullying Â„Learning Â community Â
percent Â of Â children Â are Â bullied Â regu-Â larly. Â Â works Â with Â local Â Freshmen Â Lydia Â Lobrano, Â Ash-Â ley Â Platow, Â Courtney Â Gundlach Â and Â elementary Â school Rebecca Â Dittbrner Â participated Â in Â By Carrie Wojcik the Â program. Â Â Business Â Editor Gundlach, Â Dittbrner Â and Â Platow Â assisted Â in Â development Â and Â perfor-Â Be Â a Â good Â friend, Â encourage, Â listen, Â initiate, Â empathize, Â value Â and Â mance Â of Â the Â skits Â that Â were Â orga-Â excel;Íž Â these Â are Â the Â morals Â students Â nized Â for Â the Â elementary Â students. Â Â of Â the Â â€œEverybodyâ€™s Â Businessâ€? Â The Â plays Â illustrated Â morals Â related Â learning Â community Â taught Â West Â to Â bullying Â issues. Â Â Â Â Lobrano Â gave Â the Â elemen-Â Jefferson Â Elementary Â School Â stu-Â tary Â students Â a Â tour Â of Â the Â campus. Â Â dents Â as Â a Â part Â of Â the Â B.E.L.I.E.V.E. Â Roche Â s aid Â t he Â g oal Â o f Â g iving Â t he Â e l-Â project. Â Â Â The Â B.E.L.I.E.V.E. Â project Â is Â a Â ementary Â students Â a Â tour Â of Â the Â cam-Â pus Â was Â to Â give Â them Â an Â understand-Â part Â of Â the Â Lead-Â ing Â of Â education Â and Â their Â future. Â Â ership Â is Â Every-Â Roche Â said Â it Â gave Â students Â an Â bodyâ€™s Â Business Â opportunity Â to Â consider Â the Â impor-Â course Â Â taught Â by Â tance Â o f Â f riends Â and Â teachers Â in Â their Â Senior Â Adviser Â educational Â future. Â Â of Â the Â College Â â€œThe Â goal Â of Â the Â visits Â is Â to Â help Â of Â Business Â and Â students Â understand Â the Â purpse Â and Â Economics, Â Eric Â Roche importance Â of Â college Â as Â it Â relates Â to Â Roche. Â Â â€œThis Â course Â is Â an Â opportunity Â education Â and Â their Â future,â€? Â Roche Â for Â students Â to Â learn Â and Â practice Â ef-Â said. Â Â The Â students Â had Â to Â work Â with Â fective Â principles Â of Â leadership Â that Â the Â children Â can Â be Â valuable Â and Â their Â par-Â when Â applied Â to Â ents. Â Â Pam-Â service Â leader-Â his Â course Â is Â an Â phlets Â were Â ship Â and Â profes-Â designed Â by Â sional Â pursuits Â opportunity Â for Â students Â the Â college Â in Â the Â business Â to Â learn Â and Â practice Â students Â to Â world,â€? Â Roche Â give Â to Â par-Â said. effective Â principles Â of Â ents. Â Â The Â The Â project Â leadership, pamphlets Â in-Â was Â incorporated Â cluded Â a Â short Â into Â the Â West Â Jef-Â Eric Â Roche, comic Â story, Â a Â ferson Â Elementa-Â senior Â adviser Â word Â search Â ry Â School Â â€œBully Â and Â a Â draw-Â Prevention Â Pro-Â ing Â activity Â gram.â€? Â Â Roche Â related Â to Â informing Â both Â students Â said Â students Â were Â required Â to Â assist Â and Â parents Â about Â bullying. Â Â in Â creating Â activities, Â present Â infor-Â Gundlach, Â Dittbrner, Â Platow Â mation Â to Â parents Â and Â work Â with Â the Â and Â Labrano Â agreed Â the Â experience Â elementary Â students. Â Â According Â to Â the Â American Â prepared Â them Â for Â careers Â in Â busi-Â Academy Â of Â Child Â and Â Adoles-Â ness. Â Â They Â said Â it Â gave Â them Â inter-Â cent Â Psychiatry, Â almost Â half Â of Â all Â personal Â skills Â essential Â for Â working Â children Â will Â experience Â bullying Â LQWKHEXVLQHVVÂżHOG sometime Â during Â their Â primary Â or Â WojcikCA02@uww.edu secondary Â school Â education, Â and Â 10 Â
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Student wins $2,000 in competition
WIG Â member Â awarded Â for Â participation Â in Â online Â stock Â simulation By Carrie Wojcik Business Â Editor
Whitewater Â Investment Â Groupâ€™s Â junior Â Brian Â Geurts Â placed Â second Â in Â a Â national Â online Â stock Â exchange Â competition. Â Â The Â U.S. Â College Â Stock Â Geurts Trading Â Cham-Â pionship Â is Â an Â online Â simulation Â that Â allows Â college Â students Â from Â a Â variety Â of Â colleges Â and Â univer-Â sities Â to Â trade Â and Â invest Â in Â stock Â
for Â cash Â prizes. Â Â *HXUWV TXDOLÂżHG IRU WKH ÂżQDO national Â tournament, Â after Â ac-Â quiring Â bronze, Â silver Â and Â gold Â medals Â in Â a Â month Â of Â trading. Â Â Geurts Â received Â $2,000 Â for Â plac-Â ing Â second Â in Â the Â competition. Â Geurts Â said Â students Â picked Â stocks Â from Â the Â NASDAQ Â 100, Â and Â students Â traded Â stocks Â throughout Â the Â competition Â in Â accordance Â with Â the Â market Â envi-Â ronment. Â Â Geurts Â said Â Verstegen some Â stocks Â Ă€XFWXDWHG PRUH WKDQ RWKHUV ZKLFKLQĂ€XHQFHGWKHRXWFRPHRI the Â competition. Â Â â€œI Â ended Â up Â having Â a Â good Â
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Whitewater Â Investment Â Group WIG Â began Â this Â year. Â Â Presi-Â dent Â of Â WIG Â sophomore Â Mat-Â thew Â Verstegen Â said Â WIG Â meets Â bimonthly, Â brings Â in Â speakers Â and Â invests Â virtual Â money Â into Â the Â market Â with Â the Â overall Â goal Â to Â educate Â students Â on Â investment. Â Â â€œWIGâ€™s Â goal Â is Â to Â provide Â stu-Â
dents Â with Â a Â basic Â understanding Â interest Â in Â people.â€? of Â the Â stock Â market Â to Â be Â able Â to Â Geurts Â said Â acceptance Â to Â the Â comfortably Â make Â future Â invest-Â group Â is Â not Â limited Â any Â student Â PHQW DQG ÂżQDQ is Â welcome Â to Â cial Â decisions, Â join Â and Â learn Â as Â well Â as Â pro-Â about Â investing. Â Â hitewater Â vide Â opportu-Â In Â the Â future, Â nities Â to Â learn Â Investment Â Groupâ€™s Â WIG Â wants Â to Â more Â about Â po-Â expand Â its Â pres-Â goal Â is Â to Â provide Â tential Â careers Â cence Â through Â in Â the Â invest-Â students Â with Â a Â basic Â speakers, Â tours Â ment Â industry,â€? Â understanding Â of Â the Â and Â events Â relat-Â Verstegen Â said. Â Â Â ed Â to Â investing, Â Â â€œMainly, Â stock Â market, Geurts Â said. Â Â we Â are Â trying Â to Â â€œWe Â will Â Matthew Â Verstegen, continue Â to Â use Â get Â a Â focus Â on Â sophomore the Â online Â stock Â investing, Â and Â trying Â to Â get Â trading Â games Â people Â interested Â in Â investing Â as Â and Â other Â simulations,â€? Â Geurts Â many Â opportunities Â to Â learn Â about Â said. Â Â investing Â as Â possible,â€? Â Geurts Â WojcikCA02@uww.edu said. Â Â â€œWe Â are Â trying Â to Â spark Â in Â
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Festival Â held Â in Â memory Â of Â UW-Ââ€?W Â graduate By Kaitlyn Taylor Staff Â Writer
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your Â foes Â is Â that Â merchants Â will Â sell Â items Â to Â you Â at Â a Â steeper Â price. Â In Â my Â experience, Â the Â pros Â of Â taking Â the Â Serum Â of Â fallen Â foes Â to Â craft Â some Â much-Âneeded Â health Â injections Â far Â outweighed Â the Â cons Â of Â having Â some Â salesman Â be Â upset Â with Â me. Concerning Â Role Â Playing Â Game, Â or Â RPG Â elements, Â youâ€™ve Â got Â your Â typical Â leveling Â and Â crafting Â system. Â Upon Â gaining Â a Â level, Â Temperance Â can Â put Â two Â points Â into Â one Â of Â three Â skill Â trees Â highlighting Â either Â com-Â bat, Â rogue Â abilities Â such Â as Â stealth, Â or Â Technomancy Â â€” Â which Â is Â essen-Â tially Â magic. Â Tiers Â in Â each Â tree Â unlock Â inde-Â pendently Â as Â you Â progress, Â forcing Â players Â to Â choose Â their Â skills Â careful-Â ly. Â On Â top Â of Â that, Â Temperance Â gets Â a Â single Â feat Â point Â every Â level Â gain, Â which Â players Â can Â use Â to Â enhance Â non-Âcombat Â skills. The Â crafting Â system Â is Â straight-Â forward;Íž Â you Â can Â recycle Â unwanted Â items Â for Â parts Â to Â craft Â new Â items Â and Â armor, Â letting Â players Â customize Â their Â offensive Â and Â defensive Â gear. Â While Â the Â leveling Â system Â worked Â well Â in Â true Â RPG Â fashion, Â the Â crafting Â system Â would Â have Â been Â more Â fun Â to Â use Â if Â the Â user Â interface Â wasnâ€™t Â so Â tedious Â to Â navigate. Â Itâ€™s Â not Â fun Â to Â craft Â when Â you Â have Â to Â click Â through Â three Â menus Â to Â create Â a Â sin-Â gle Â item Â at Â a Â time. What Â doesnâ€™t Â work Â well Â is Â the Â combat. Â In Â a Â near-Âfuture Â cyberpunk Â setting Â on Â the Â red Â planet, Â you Â would Â think Â most Â weapons Â would Â be Â high-Â WHFK ÂżUHDUPV OLNH SODVPD JXQV RU something. Â Not Â in Â Mars: Â War Â Logs. Â Everyone, Â including Â the Â military, Â beat Â each Â other Â with Â clubs Â and Â steel Â bars Â like Â dystopian Â cavemen. Â Prepare Â to Â experience Â more Â PHOHH FRPEDW WKDQ DQ\ VFLÂż 53* should Â ever Â contain. Â When Â you Â do Â JHWDKROGRIDÂżUHDUPLWÂśVDVHPL automatic Â nail Â gun. Â Thatâ€™s Â right, Â when Â trained Â soldiers Â arenâ€™t Â smash-Â ing Â each Â otherâ€™s Â skulls Â in Â with Â tire Â irons, Â theyâ€™re Â taking Â pot Â shots Â at Â their Â enemies Â with Â power Â tools. Â The Â combat Â itself Â feels Â solid Â when Â it Â works, Â but Â sluggish Â and Â clunky Â when Â it Â doesnâ€™t, Â which Â is Â most Â of Â the Â time. Â When Â tak-Â ing Â swings Â at Â a Â bad Â guy, Â I Â felt Â like Â
Temperanceâ€™s Â attacks Â were Â always Â a Â move Â behind Â my Â input. Â Nearly Â every Â time Â I Â died Â I Â felt Â cheated, Â like Â it Â was Â the Â gameâ€™s Â fault Â I Â was Â killed Â and Â not Â my Â own. Â It Â doesnâ€™t Â help Â that Â your Â AI Â part-Â ners Â arenâ€™t Â worth Â anything Â but Â to Â use Â as Â bait Â to Â distract Â one Â half Â of Â the Â op-Â ponents Â while Â you Â deal Â with Â the Â oth-Â ers. Â Using Â your Â electric Â Technoman-Â cy Â powers Â is Â fun, Â but Â when Â shooting Â a Â metal Â nail Â at Â someone Â damages Â them Â more Â than Â a Â bolt Â of Â lightning, Â you Â canâ€™t Â help Â feeling Â disappointed. Â Utilizing Â the Â lock-Âon Â camera Â to Â deal Â with Â a Â choice Â opponent Â sounds Â like Â a Â good Â move Â to Â make, Â but Â the Â V\VWHPLVVRÂżQLFN\WKDW,RIWHQGLHG trying Â to Â get Â it Â to Â work Â before Â I Â could Â lock Â on Â to Â anyone. Â Iâ€™d Â stay Â away Â from Â it. For Â all Â my Â issues Â with Â the Â game, Â I Â think Â Mars: Â War Â Logsâ€™ Â most Â re-Â deeming Â feature Â is Â its Â aesthetics. Â The Â animations, Â graphics Â and Â overall Â visual Â style Â look Â and Â feel Â great Â for Â a Â game Â with Â low Â produc-Â tion Â values, Â a Â testament Â to Â Spidersâ€™ Â artistic Â skill. Â I Â wouldnâ€™t Â say Â Mars: Â War Â Logs Â is Â a Â bad Â game, Â but Â itâ€™s Â not Â much Â of Â a Â good Â game Â either. Thatâ€™s Â not Â to Â say Â it Â couldnâ€™t Â be Â one. Â The Â developers Â clearly Â have Â a Â lot Â of Â talent, Â but Â the Â pieces Â of Â this Â puzzle Â didnâ€™t Â come Â together Â in Â the Â way Â they, Â or Â I, Â hoped Â they Â would. If Â Spiders Â can Â improve Â every Â faulty Â facet Â of Â Mars: Â War Â Logs Â just Â a Â notable Â amount, Â a Â sequel Â to Â this Â game Â could Â be Â one Â worth Â paying Â at-Â tention Â to. MageeJM26@uww.edu
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WEDNESDAY â€œWe Â all Â have Â dreams. Â But Â in Â order Â to Â make Â dreams Â come Â into Â reality, Â it Â takes Â an Â awful Â lot Â of Â determination, Â dedica-Â tion, Â self-Âdiscipline, Â and Â effort..â€? Â -ÂJesse Â Owens
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Senior second baseman David Cladis and the Warhawks have won 12 straight games, including a doubleheader on Wednesday, May 1 over St. Scholastica.
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Baseball By Jenny Dupuis Staff Â Writer
The Â WIAC Â Conference Â Tour-Â nament Â begins Â this Â weekend Â and Â the Â Warhawks Â have Â high Â expecta-Â tions Â for Â the Â outcome. Â The Â â€˜Hawks Â have Â been Â suc-Â cessful Â so Â far Â this Â season. Â The Â team Â has Â a Â 30-Â5 Â overall Â conference Â record, Â and Â they Â were Â named Â 2013 Â WIAC Â Champions Â for Â the Â 14th Â time Â in Â school Â history. Â Accord-Â ing Â to Â the Â most Â recent Â D3baseball. com Â poll, Â the Â team Â is Â ranked Â No. Â 4 Â in Â the Â nation, Â not Â to Â mention Â UW-ÂWhitewaterâ€™s Â smartest Â menâ€™s Â sports Â team, Â with Â a Â grade Â point Â av-Â erage Â of Â 3.161 â€œWe Â are Â abso-Â lutely Â a Â regional Â c o n t e n d e r , â€? Â Head Â coach Â John Â Vodenlich Â said. Â The Â great-Â est Â opponents Â in Â the Â WIAC Â Cladis are Â UW-ÂStevens Â Point Â and Â UW-ÂLa Â Crosse Â for Â the Â â€™Hawks. Â â€œStevens Â Point Â is Â a Â quality Â program,â€? Â Vodenlich Â said. Â â€œThey Â have Â been Â there Â every Â step Â of Â the Â way. Â Thereâ€™s Â a Â good Â chance Â they Â ZLOO ÂżQLVK VHFRQG /D &URVVH KDV some Â very Â good Â pitching.â€? The Â â€™Hawks Â have Â a Â record Â of Â 3-Â4 Â against Â UW-ÂStevens Â Point. Â Other Â teams Â in Â the Â tournament Â UW-ÂOshkosh Â and Â UW-ÂSuperior, Â also Â have Â a Â telling Â reputation Â and Â are Â not Â counted Â out Â as Â competition Â either. Â Vodenlich Â said Â that Â the Â â€˜Hawks Â have Â good Â pitching, Â starters, Â and Â a Â lethal Â offensive Â lineup. Â â€œWeâ€™ve Â done Â it Â on Â all Â sides Â of Â the Â ball,â€? Â Vodenlich Â said. Â The Â â€™Hawksâ€™ Â minds Â have Â been Â set, Â since Â fall, Â to Â go Â deep Â in Â the Â season, Â Vodelich Â said. Â With Â that Â said, Â they Â wanted Â to Â push Â for Â a Â na-Â tional Â championship. Â Senior Â captain Â David Â Cladis Â
said Â he Â thinks Â this Â team Â is Â the Â most Â prepared Â out Â of Â his Â time Â playing Â with Â the Â â€™Hawks. Â â€œHopefully Â we Â can Â bring Â it Â home. Â We Â have Â the Â veterans Â to Â do Â it. Â Weâ€™ve Â all Â been Â there Â before, Â so Â weâ€™re Â expecting Â nothing Â less Â than Â a Â championship,â€? Â Cladis Â said. The Â NCAA Â tournament Â also Â is Â in Â sight Â for Â the Â â€˜Hawks. Â â€œAs Â far Â as Â getting Â into Â the Â [NCAA] Â tournament, Â I Â think Â our Â chances Â are Â pretty Â good,â€? Â Cladis Â said. Â Vodenlich Â said Â the Â team Â is Â not Â overlooking Â the Â WIAC Â tourna-Â ment, Â but Â they Â are Â prepared Â as Â they Â are Â going Â to Â get. â€œI Â would Â be Â surprised Â if Â we Â donâ€™t Â get Â in Â [to Â the Â NCAA Â tourna-Â ment]. Â But, Â this Â tournament Â is Â the Â only Â way Â in, Â so Â we Â are Â not Â tak-Â ing Â it Â lightly,â€? Â Vodenlich Â said. Â As Â far Â as Â the Â NCAA Â Tourna-Â ment Â goes, Â the Â â€˜Hawks Â will Â host Â Bartlein on Â Prucha Â Field Â at Â James Â B. Â Mill-Â er Â Stadium Â May Â 16 Â through Â 19. Â Last Â Wednesday, Â the Â â€˜Hawks Â played Â The Â College Â of Â St. Â Scho-Â lastica Â Saints Â and Â swept Â them Â 15-Â5 Â and Â 5-Â3. Â The Â Saints Â are Â a Â contend-Â er Â in Â the Â NCAA Â tournament. Â Â Senior Â shortstop Â Steven Â Bartle-Â in Â thought Â the Â end Â results Â were Â good Â foreshadows Â for Â the Â NCAA Â tournament. Â â€œI Â think Â tonight Â actually Â repre-Â sented Â that Â well, Â because Â that Â was Â a Â team Â weâ€™ve Â seen Â in Â the Â regional Â the Â last Â couple Â of Â years,â€? Â Bartlein Â said. Â The Â next Â step Â after Â the Â NCAA Â Tournament Â for Â the Â â€˜Hawks Â would Â be Â the Â College Â World Â Series. Â The Â team Â has Â played Â at Â the Â College Â World Â Series Â in Â 2004, Â 2005, Â 2008 Â and Â 2011. â€œHopefully Â we Â peak Â at Â the Â right Â times, Â so Â we Â can Â get Â there Â again,â€? Â Cladis Â said. Â DuPuisJC28@uww.edu
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Carollo Â provides Â family Â touch Â„Voted Â Royal Â Purple Â
Coach Â of Â the Â Year Feature By Andrew Bayliss Staff Â Writer
A Â season Â can Â be Â made Â or Â broken Â in Â the Â postseason. Â The Â Warhawks Â womenâ€™s Â basketball Â team Â had Â a Â suc-Â FHVVIXOUHJXODUVHDVRQÂżQLVKLQJ 5, Â but Â that Â season Â was Â made Â special Â by Â an Â unforgettable Â NCAA Â Tourna-Â ment Â run. â€œIt Â was Â a Â once-Âin-Âa-Âlifetime Â op-Â portunity,â€? Â junior Â point Â guard Â Kai-Â tlyn Â Thill Â said. Â â€œCoach Â was Â like Â a Â second Â mom Â to Â usâ€”she Â brought Â us Â all Â together Â and Â made Â our Â team Â have Â so Â much Â chemistry.â€? Head Â coach Â Keri Â Carollo Â was Â at Â the Â helm Â of Â D3hoops.comâ€™s Â s e c o n d -Â r a n k e d Â Warhawks Â squad. Â &DUROORÂśV WK year Â coaching Â at Â UW-ÂWhitewater Â was Â her Â most Â suc-Â Thill cessful. Â She Â guided Â the Â â€™Hawks Â to Â a Â reg-Â ular Â season Â WIAC Â championship, Â before Â leading Â the Â team Â to Â the Â best Â NCAA Â Tournament Â in Â UW-ÂW Â his-Â WRU\ÂżQLVKLQJDVUXQQHUVXSIRUWKH national Â championship. â€œIt Â was Â very Â special,â€? Â junior Â guard Â Mary Â Merg Â said. Â â€œWe Â ac-Â complished Â what Â no Â other Â UW-ÂW Â womenâ€™s Â team Â has Â accomplished Â by Â making Â it Â to Â the Â national Â champion-Â ship Â game.â€? With Â a Â majority Â of Â the Â key Â con-Â WULEXWRUV UHWXUQLQJ IURP WKH
VTXDGWKHÂś+DZNVHQWHUHGWKH season Â ranked Â No. Â 8, Â according Â to Â D3hoops.com. Â Eight Â weeks Â into Â the Â season, Â however, Â the Â team Â dropped Â RXWVLGHWKHQDWLRQÂśVWRSIROORZ ing Â a Â pair Â of Â conference Â losses Â to Â UW-ÂSuperior Â and Â UW-ÂOshkosh. Even Â though Â the Â â€™Hawks Â did Â not Â live Â up Â to Â preseason Â expecta-Â WLRQVGXULQJWKHÂżUVWKDOIRIWKH\HDU Carollo Â helped Â her Â team Â stay Â posi-Â tive Â and Â use Â the Â tough Â times Â to Â band Â together. â€œI Â could Â have Â gone Â one Â of Â two Â ways Â at Â that Â point Â in Â the Â season,â€? Â Carollo Â said, Â â€œand Â the Â next Â day, Â I Â walked Â into Â practice Â and Â said, Â â€˜Weâ€™re Â just Â going Â to Â play Â and Â have Â fun.â€™â€? Her Â approach Â worked. Â The Â Âś+DZNVÂżQLVKHGWKHUHJXODUVHDVRQ with Â an Â eight-Âgame Â WIAC Â winning Â VWUHDNDQGIRXJKWEDFNWR1RLQ the Â rankings. Â After Â the Â loss Â to Â UW-ÂOshkosh, Â the Â ladies Â returned Â to Â their Â home Â court Â and Â crushed Â UW-ÂStout. Â Merg Â credited Â Carolloâ€™s Â Merg belief Â in Â the Â team Â and Â consistent Â message. â€œShe Â always Â reminded Â us Â during Â practice Â of Â our Â goals,â€? Â Merg Â said, Â â€œand Â even Â when Â we Â werenâ€™t Â ranked, Â she Â kept Â reminding Â us Â that Â our Â goals Â were Â still Â a Â conference Â and Â national Â championship.â€? The Â recurring Â theme Â for Â Car-Â olloâ€™s Â team Â this Â season Â was Â family. Â Merg Â and Â Thill Â said Â the Â atmosphere Â of Â Warhawks Â womenâ€™s Â basket-Â ball Â was Â apparent Â before Â they Â even Â stepped Â foot Â on Â UW-ÂWhitewaterâ€™s Â campus. Â
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â€œWe Â really Â preach Â that Â fam-Â ily Â philosophy,â€? Â Carollo Â said. Â â€œItâ€™s Â critical Â that Â our Â players Â embrace Â that Â family Â feeling. Â We Â want Â them Â to Â graduate Â from Â UW-ÂWhitewater Â and Â feel Â like Â they Â have Â a Â family Â to Â be Â part Â of Â forever.â€? In Â her Â time Â at Â UW-ÂWhitewater, Â Carollo Â has Â taken Â the Â womenâ€™s Â bas-Â ketball Â program Â to Â a Â level Â of Â nation-Â al Â prestige. Â When Â she Â recruits, Â Carollo Â sells Â the Â Warhawksâ€™ Â family Â atmosphere, Â which Â Merg Â said Â â€œmakes Â good Â play-Â ers Â want Â to Â come Â here.â€? Aside Â from Â on Â the Â basketball Â court, Â Carollo Â focuses Â on Â mak-Â
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ing Â her Â players Â feel Â comfortable Â in Â school Â and Â as Â a Â part Â of Â the Â team Â and Â community. Â To Â help Â ensure Â her Â playersâ€™ Â success Â in Â every Â aspect Â of Â college, Â Carollo Â has Â an Â open-Âdoor Â policy. â€œTo Â a Â lot Â of Â us, Â sheâ€™s Â a Â second Â mom,â€? Â Merg Â said, Â â€œAnd Â it Â just Â makes Â our Â team Â better Â knowing Â that Â we Â can Â trust Â her. Â That Â open Â door Â policy Â and Â that Â chemistry Â has Â really Â helped Â us.â€? While Â the Â â€™Hawks Â knew Â they Â had Â the Â talent Â to Â go Â deep Â into Â the Â postseason Â from Â early Â on, Â team Â chemistry Â is Â what Â led Â them Â to Â the Â brink Â of Â a Â national Â title. Â Such Â great Â chemistry Â could Â not Â have Â been Â achieved Â without Â the Â family Â atmosphere Â and Â strength Â of Â the Â programâ€™s Â tradition, Â Carollo Â said. â€œWeâ€™ve Â always Â built Â our Â pro-Â gram Â on Â hard Â work, Â from Â the Â coach-Â es Â to Â the Â players,â€? Â she Â said. Â â€œThe Â crucial Â part Â is Â recruiting Â great Â kids Â with Â great Â families Â who Â continue Â to Â push Â them Â in Â the Â offseason Â to Â grow Â as Â individuals.â€? From Â the Â coaching Â staff Â to Â the Â players Â to Â their Â families, Â the Â War-Â hawks Â womenâ€™s Â basketball Â program Â is Â building Â a Â family Â tradition. Â
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and Â Epifanioâ€™s Â two Â out Â double Â in Â the Â sixth Â inning Â platted Â two Â more Â UXQVWRSXVKWKHÂżQDOVFRUHWR With Â the Â victory, Â the Â â€™Hawks Â earned Â the Â automatic Â bid Â and Â will Â be Â appearing Â in Â their Â 16th Â NCAA Â tournament. Â Â The Â â€™Hawks Â started Â the Â season Â on Â a Â strong Â note, Â winning Â their Â ÂżUVW JDPHV DQG ZHUH DEOH WR build Â off Â that Â early Â season Â success Â to Â get Â to Â where Â they Â are Â now. Â â€œStarting Â off Â our Â season Â with Â D DQG UHFRUG UHDOO\ EURXJKW us Â together Â from Â the Â beginning,â€? Â Seamon Â said. Â Â â€œSticking Â together Â no Â matter Â what Â the Â result Â has Â been Â is Â huge.â€? The Â Whitewater Â regional Â games Â kickoff Â Thursday, Â with Â the Â â€˜Hawks Â taking Â on Â Finlandia Â Uni-Â versity Â at Â van Â Steenderen Â Field Â at Â DP The Â â€™Hawks Â will Â host Â the Â eight-Âteam Â regional, Â which Â has Â WIAC Â foe Â UW-ÂEau Â Claire Â as Â the Â No. Â 3 Â seed Â with Â a Â possible Â cham-Â pionship Â rematch Â in Â the Â future. Â -XQLRU ÂżUVW EDVHPHQ 0HJDQ Krisch Â believes Â the Â team Â can Â play Â its Â best Â ball Â when Â they Â are Â having Â fun Â and Â playing Â their Â game. Â â€œEau Â Claire Â is Â always Â a Â tough Â competitive Â matchup,â€? Â Krisch Â said. Â â€œHaving Â the Â chance Â to Â face Â them Â again, Â all Â we Â plan Â to Â do Â is Â play Â our Â game, Â and Â have Â fun Â to-Â gether Â as Â a Â team. Â Thatâ€™s Â when Â we Â play Â our Â best. Â It Â would Â be Â huge Â to Â beat Â Eau Â Claire Â and Â have Â the Â chance Â to Â advance Â to Â the Â National Â Tournament.â€? 3RROH6'#XZZHGX
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