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By Katie Kane Staff Writer
Fairhaven Retirement Com- munity in Whitewater held a lec- ture open to the public that high- lighted critical events and people at UW-Whitewater. Chancellor Richard Telfer presented the lecture. He spoke mostly about the evolution of our campus from 1983 to 2013. He touched on new and old buildings and how our campus is working to be more sustainable. He also spoke on technology and how it has become such a huge part of student life since 1983. Kari Boren, outreach pro- gram manager at UW-Whitewa- ter, works with Fairhaven to pro- vide these free lectures that are available to the public. ”This is an opportunity for us to extend our reach beyond campus and really to increase our outreach efforts to the com- munity and letting our faculty and staff share their expertise in some of their research areas,” Boren said. Fairhaven has a lecture each Monday during the semester, each highlighting a different top- ic with different guest speakers. Resident Gerrie Carney rec- ommends them to all students “These lectures are well worth attending,” Carney said. “It’s great to learn about different things going on.” Many residents wish to see more students and community members at the lectures to bring in more ideas and a different in- sight. Gloria Madsen, director of leisure services at Fairhaven, is excited about the advances in technology and being able to re- ally give people an insight into where UW-Whitewater is headed. “This is a form of continu- ing education, and we are able to look at what actually is going on at the university,” Madsen said. Eric Brown, assistant pro- fessor of biological studies, will speak next Monday about Nano- technology’s impact on our lives during the last 30 years. KaneKL16@uww.edu
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Junior starting running back Ryan Givens, right, led the Warhawks with 51 yards on eight carries on the ground through three quarters before sophomore running back Dennis Moore took over in the fourth quarter. Givens and Moore helped the ’Hawks score 17 unanswered points to start the 2013 season 1-0 with a 17-7 win.
New advising report up and running New features focus on better interface for users By Lucas Wimmer Assistant News Editor
Students are now able to en- joy a newly remodeled academic advising report after the Reg- LVWUDU¶V 2I¿FH LPSOHPHQWHG WKH streamlined version of the report in mid-July. The new AAR focuses on ease for the user. The require- ments have become collapsible, completed requirements have a green check mark next to them, and there is an option to print as D3')¿OH R e s p o n s e from the student body has been generally posi- tive. During the last school year, concerns were Kopper raised to Provost Beverly Kopper about both the readability and the usability of the advising report. Junior Amy Rubo said the new design is better because it
lets her do what she needs to do faster than the old advising report allowed her to. “You can get to what you need faster in- stead of having to look for it,” she said. Junior Cor- rinne Valleskey likes the new way the report Valleskey is designed be- cause things are more organized and easier to ¿QG ³,W LV GH¿QLWHO\ PRUH RUJD nized,” Valleskey said. “It’s eas- ier to see what you have com- pleted.” Junior Cay- la Lee prefers the new advis- ing report to the old advising re- Rubo port because it is easier to read, which makes it easier to prepare for advising ap- pointments. “It’s easier to read, because what you have completed is col-
lapsed,” Lee said. make it user-friendly,” Prather All three students agreed the said. “We have been working new report will make it easier to with it since June or July.” be prepared for their advising ap- During the summer, there pointments by were training sessions on how allowing them to use the new AAR for stu- to be more orga- dents and staff, academic advisor nized and more Jacque Pittz said. prepared. Registrar Jodi Hare said The new more of these training sessions AAR has cre- will be available during the se- ated an ease on mester, but they will be targeted Lee the advisors and more toward staff, advisors and the students. support staff. Some of the academic ad- During the summer, train- visors had the ing sessions opportunity to were available work with the at least once a t’s easier to read, week. During Registrar’s Of- ¿FH WR PDNH because what you have some weeks, sure the goals were avail- completed is collapsed. they were met. One able multiple of those advi- days. Cayla Lee, sors was Benja- H o w e v e r, junior the training ses- min Prather. Prather said sions will be working with held to once per the Registrar’s week during the RI¿FHKHOSHGPDNHWKH$$5HDV semester, and they will only be ier to use for students. held until advising appointments “We had some input with See Advising Page 3 WKH 5HJLVWUDU¶V 2I¿FH RQ KRZ WR
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Campus Briefs Fraternity Information Night The Interfraternity Council will hold an information night from 8 to 10 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 11 in the Old Main Ball- room. There will be short pre- sentations from each chapter followed by a question and an- swer session. University Holds Global Experience Fair The University will hold a Global Experience Fair from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 12 in the mall between Hyland Hall and the University Center. More than 600 interna- tional education opportunities in more than 50 countries will be covered. In the case of rain, the fair will be moved to the Hamilton Room in the Univer- sity Center. Scholarship Workshop Planned for Study Abroad Students The College of Letters and Sciences will run a workshop for students applying for schol- arships for study abroad pro- grams from 4 to 5 p.m. Mon- day, Sept. 6 in Hyland Hall Room 1001. Students must be attending a travel study at least four weeks long and currently be receiving a Pell Grant.
University Honors Pro- gram Hosts Open House The University Honors Pro- gram will host an open house from 4 to 5:30 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 17 in the Hamilton Room at the University Center. Peo- ple in attendance will learn about the honors program from students and staff currently participating. Career and Leadership Development Offers Resume Doctor The Career and Leader- VKLS 'HYHORSPHQW 2I¿FH ZLOO offer services through the Re- sume Doctor from 1 to 4 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 17 at Andersen Library. The service provides students with an opportunity to get advice on how to make their resume recruiter ready. No appointment is necessary. Warhawk Alley Hosts Madden Tournament A Madden 25 tournament will be held at 7 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 17 in Warhawk Alley in the University Center. The cost of entry is $5, and the winner will receive 4,000 Microsoft points. The tournament is sin- gle elimination, and the top two ¿QLVKHUVZLOOUHFHLYHSUL]HV
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Construction equipment sits outside the Andersen Library while workers are on break. The drive behind the building will be a one-way circle drive when the project is completed in November 2013.
Campus project underway By Michael Riley News Editor
Access to the Andersen Li- brary will be limited due to a con- struction project that has broken ground on the north side of the Andersen Library that will limit the access to several entrances to students and faculty. Door 3, where students have traditionally entered the library from Parking Lot 12, will not be available. If students do try to enter from Lot 12, they are advised to enter Door 7, walk past the
UWW-TV station and take the next right. Exit Door 12. The pedestrian courtyard and Door 12 will remain open as usual. Director of Facilities Plan- ning and Man- agement Greg Swanson said the project is meant to accom- plish a number Swanson of different goals focusing on improving safety. ³7KH¿UVWJRDOLVWKHVHUYLFH for the disabled was dangerous EHFDXVHRIWKDWGULYHZD\FRQ¿J uration. This change is going to improve service to the disabled,” Swanson said. “The second thing was safety, related to the disabled and student pedestrians.” The problem with the old design was it was all two-way WUDI¿F XS WKH GULYH DQG ZLWK WKH
changes, it will now be a one way circle drive. “Visibility will be greatly enhanced, and therefore it will be much safer for students who walk up from Cottage Street, along Main Street and from the eastside of the library,” Swanson said. Another advantage of the new project includes a parking space for service deliveries. “What they were doing be- fore was service, or more im- portantly delivery trucks would come and block the area while they were doing deliveries,” Swanson said. “Now we will have a designated spot for them, so they won’t encroach, or essen- WLDOO\ FDXVH REVWDFOHV IRU WUDI¿F in and out of that area.” The project is supposed to be completed sometime in Novem- ber. RileyMP30@uww.edu
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Police Report Arn, Cody A., Underage Alcohol Consump- tion 09/01/2013
Hansen, Robert C., Underage Alcohol Consump- tion 08/29/2013
Bauer, Jordann M., Inattentive Driving 09/05/2013
Hytry, Kallie A., Underage Alcohol Consump- tion 09/05/2013
Benz, Anthony J., Exceeding Speed Zones 08/30/2013
Elegreet, Brittany J., Liquor/Beer In Public Place 08/29/2013
Figarino, Samuel A., Damage to Private Property 09/08/2013 Ford, Joseph J., Underage Alcohol Consump- tion, Failure To Obey Police 2I¿FHU 09/06/2013
Garhart, Jacob T., Liquor/Beer In Public Place 08/30/2013 Garski, Trenton J., Exceeding Speed Zones 09/02/2013
Jones, Marcus A., Operating Motor Vehicle Without Insurance, Inattentive Driving, Hit & Run- Involving Injury, Hit & Run- Unattended Vehicle 08/29/2013
Matute, April J., Disorderly Conduct- Fighting 09/01/2013
Meyers, Kevin R., Underage Alcohol Consump- tion 09/07/2013
Pilon, Brittany R., Theft- Petty 08/31/2013
Ralston, Amber R., Underage Alcohol Consump- tion, Public Intoxication 08/31/2013
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begin to be heavily scheduled, we needed to. That part went re- Hare said. ally well.” Pittz said she is pleased with Hare said there were some how the AAR turned out because issues in the Quantitative and it is easier for the students to use. Technical Reasoning section of “It is very user-friendly for the University Requirements on students in re- the AAR during gards to being ¿UVWODXQFK able to print To resolve off a version this, the Reg- of their AAR,” LVWUDU¶V 2I¿FH Pittz said. “It worked with was challenging the College of to do that in the Letters and Sci- Prather Pittz past.” ences to rewrite She said the new printing those areas of the AAR. Almost feature helps the students print all the issues have been cleared without losing information from up, Hare said. their AAR that they were trying “If someone brings an is- to copy and paste. sue to us, it is usually addressed Prather also was happy with within 24 hours,” Hare said. “We the new design, and he said the try our hardest AAR is better organized now be- to get a resolu- cause it makes it easier for stu- tion that works dents. well for all stu- “It makes more sense when dents, not just you look at it,” Prather said. necessarily one “The old advising report needed student.” Hare a manual, or at least a freshmen- The print level course on just using the lan- option is the guage.” most helpful for students com- +DUHVDLGWKHQHZ$$5RI¿ SDUHG WR KRZ GLI¿FXOW LW ZDV RQ cially was implemented the week the last AAR. A close second of July 17. Implementation went is the collapsible group require- relatively smoothly, Hare said. ments, Hare said. A major- The Reg- ity of the work LVWUDU¶V 2I¿FH that was done hopes to keep to the AAR was breaking new t is very user- to clear up data ground with friendly for students ¿HOG FRQÀLFWV helpful updates that were mak- in regards to being in the near fu- ing the report able to print off ture. GLI¿FXOW WR UHDG One up- This required a version of their AAR. date they hope going through Jacque Pittz, to achieve is every course academic advisor to reduce the and making sure length of the there were no College of FRQÀLFWV Business AAR by a few pages to “We expected there to be is- help the AAR become more read- sues no matter what,” Hare said. able for students, Hare said. “We just took the issues in stride “We are really trying to focus and looked at making changes as on making it simple and clear,”
Hare said. “We tend to be really repetitive with the AAR, and I think that is one of the things we have really been working hard on and have been pretty successful in, is trying to get rid of some of the redundancies.” WimmerLA28@uww.edu
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â€œChange Â will Â not Â come Â if Â we Â wait Â for Â some Â other Â person Â or Â some Â other Â time. Â Â We Â are Â the Â ones Â weâ€™ve Â been Â waiting Â for. Â Â We Â are Â the Â change Â that Â we Â seek,â€? -ÂBarack Â Obama
September Â 11, Â 2013
Business Â Editor: Carrie Â Wojcik
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UW-ÂW could see Doctorate program Program Â could Â be Â offered next Â fall By Carrie Wojcik Business Â Editor
UW-ÂWhitewater Â could Â have Â WKH SRWHQWLDO WR VWDUW LWV ÂżUVW 'RF torate Â program Â starting Â in Â Fall Â 2014. Â Â The Â College Â of Â Business Â and Â (FRQRPLFV $VVRFLDWH 'HDQ -RKQ Chenoweth Â said Â if Â approved Â by Â the Â Higher Â Learning Â Commission, Â UW-ÂWhitewater Â could Â admit Â 20 Â students Â into Â a Â new Â doctoral Â pro-Â gram Â next Â fall. Â Â Â Â The Â Inspiration UW-ÂWhitewater Â has Â contin-Â ued Â successfully Â with Â a Â Masters Â of Â Business Â Administration Â and Â Masters Â of Â Professional Â Accoun-Â tancy Â programs. Â Chenoweth Â said Â the Â long-Âstanding Â MBA Â program Â at Â Whitewater Â and Â the Â success Â of Â the Â CoBE Â made Â the Â idea Â of Â a Â doctorate Â program Â possible. â€œWe Â donâ€™t Â feel Â itâ€™s Â a Â reach Â for Â us Â to Â be Â able Â to Â offer Â this,â€? Â he Â said. Â C h e n o w e t h Â said Â faculty Â on-Â campus Â at Â UW-Â Whitewater Â have Â Chenoweth been Â involved Â in Â doctoral Â programs Â for Â other Â cam-Â puses Â or Â elsewhere. Â Â â€œWe Â have Â had Â faculty Â that Â have Â been Â involved Â in Â doctoral Â programs Â elsewhere,â€? Â he Â said. Â Â â€œWe Â have Â had Â faculty Â who Â have Â come Â from Â and Â taught Â at Â institutions Â that Â offered Â 'RFWRUDWHVHLWKHU3K'VRU'%$VÂ´ The Â Higher Â Learning Â Commis-Â sion Â is Â responsible Â for Â accrediting Â universities Â so Â they Â are Â able Â to Â offer Â ÂżQDQFLDODLG â€œEvery Â university Â or Â college Â in Â this Â region Â of Â the Â US Â would Â be Â ac-Â credited Â by Â this Â group,â€? Â Chenoweth Â said. Â Â â€œUW-ÂWhitewater Â is Â already Â accredited Â by Â this Â group, Â but Â this Â is Â DVLJQLÂżFDQWFKDQJHIRUFDPSXVÂ´ He Â said Â the Â Higher Â Learning Â Commission Â will Â be Â coming Â in Â Oc-Â tober Â or Â September Â to Â approve Â the Â FROOHJHIRUD'RFWRUDWHSURJUDP
The Â Process Â for Â Approval ,Q WKH VXPPHU WKH '%$ ZDV approved Â by Â the Â Board Â of Â Regents. Â Â â€œAll Â new Â degree Â programs Â that Â are Â offered Â on Â a Â UW Â campus Â have Â to Â be Â approved Â by Â the Â Board Â of Â Re-Â gents,â€? Â Chenoweth Â said. Â Â The Â program Â also Â is Â approved Â by Â curriculum Â committees Â on-Â campus, Â the Â graduate Â studies Â com-Â mittee, Â and Â other Â committees Â and Â the Â chancellor Â before Â going Â to Â the Â Board Â of Â Regents. Â Â â€œOnce Â we Â have Â done Â all Â the Â ap-Â provals Â on-Âcampus, Â then Â assuming Â that Â the Â provost Â and Â the Â chancellor Â support Â it, Â then Â it Â gets Â sent Â onto Â the Â Board Â of Â Regents,â€? Â Chenoweth Â said. Â Â Once Â approved Â by Â the Â Board Â of Â Regents. Â the Â institution Â is Â able Â to Â begin Â offering Â the Â program;Íž Â how-Â ever, Â Chenoweth Â said Â because Â the Â '%$LVDGRFWRUDWHSURJUDPZKLFK is Â a Â program Â not Â offered Â by Â White-Â water, Â currently Â there Â is Â an Â extra Â step. Â Â â€œThe Â Higher Â Learning Â Com-Â mission Â is Â making Â sure Â we Â are Â UHDG\ WR GHOLYHU D 'RFWRUDWH SUR gram Â on Â this Â campus,â€? Â he Â said. Â Â Current Â Programs Currently Â UW-ÂWhitewater Â has Â two Â graduate Â programs Â the Â MBA Â and Â MPA. Â Â â€œIt Â [MBA] Â is Â typically Â designed Â for Â someone Â who Â is Â kind Â of Â early Â in Â their Â business Â career,â€? Â Chenoweth Â said. Â Â â€œThat Â is Â a Â 36-Âcredit Â program, Â and Â students Â take Â that Â right Â out Â of Â an Â undergraduate Â degree.â€? Â Â Chenoweth Â said Â students Â usual-Â ly Â pursue Â their Â MBA Â right Â after Â re-Â ceiving Â their Â undergraduate Â degree. Â Â The Â MPA Â program Â is Â for Â stu-Â dents Â who Â have Â completed Â their Â undergraduate Â accounting Â degree. Â Â Chenoweth Â said Â that Â students Â must Â have Â 150 Â credits Â to Â sit Â for Â their Â &3$ZKLFKFHUWLÂżHVWKHPDVDSXE lic Â accountant. Â Â The Â MPA Â is Â a Â 30-Âcredit Â pro-Â gram, Â and Â the Â undergraduate Â ac-Â counting Â degree Â is Â a Â 120 Â credits. Â Â Chenoweth Â said Â CoBE Â is Â constant-Â ly Â seeking Â to Â meet Â the Â needs Â of Â the Â region. â€œWe Â are Â constantly Â looking Â at Â what Â we Â need Â to Â be Â offering,â€? Â he Â said. Â Â :KRÂżWVZLWKD'%$
Studentsâ€™ Â thoughts Â on Â CoBE Â offering a Â Doctorate of Â Business Â Administration Â Program
Who Â is Â it Â for? Â Â Â Students Â who Â have Â aquired Â an Â undergraduate Â degree Â of Â any Â discipline.
Who Â is Â it Â for? Â Â Â Students Â who Â have Â aquired Â an Â undergraduate Â degree Â in Â Accounting.
How Â does Â it Â work? Â Â Čˆ 26-Ââ€?credit Â program Â Usually Â taken Â right Â after Â receiving Â an Â undergraduate Â degree
How Â does Â it Â work? Â Â Čˆ 30-Ââ€?credit Â program Čˆ Gives Â potential Â accountants Â the Â credits Â they Â need Â to Â qualify Â for Â their Â CPA.
Who Â is Â it Â for? Â Â Students Â who Â have Â Â aquired Â a Â masters Â degree Â and Â are Â cur-Ââ€? rently Â working. Â Â This Â degree Â is Â meant Â to Â accommodate Â those Â in Â the Â workforce.
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3-Ââ€?year Â program One Â weekend Â a Â month Year Â round 60 Â credits
Â This Â is Â an Â interdisplinary Â business Â degree.
The Â program Â is Â designed Â for Â need Â to Â have Â work Â experience. Â Â students Â who Â have Â achieved Â their Â â€œThe Â students Â entering Â the Â pro-Â masters Â and Â are Â currently Â working Â gram Â will Â need Â to Â have Â a Â masters Â LQ WKHLU ÂżHOG DQG DUH VHHNLQJ DG degree Â in Â a Â business Â discipline,â€? Â ditional Â skill Â sets Â or Â to Â move Â up Â in Â he Â said. Â Â â€œThis Â program Â is Â really Â WKHLUÂżHOG designed Â for Â â€œThe Â inten-Â someone Â who Â tion Â is Â that Â this Â has Â completed Â is Â an Â applied Â the Â masters Â de-Â program Â that Â is Â gree Â and Â is Â in Â giving Â them Â the Â more Â of Â a Â senior Â skills Â they Â need Â position.â€? Â Â for Â the Â jobs Â they Â 7KH '%$ LV are Â in,â€? Â Che-Â a Â 60-Âcredit Â pro-Â John Â Chenoweth, noweth Â said. gram Â that Â will Â associate Â dean 7KH '%$ be Â three Â years Â is Â designed Â for Â and Â one Â week-Â students Â who Â end Â a Â month Â DUH ZRUNLQJ LQ WKHLU ÂżHOG ORRNLQJ year Â round Â for Â classes. to Â move Â up. Â Â Chenoweth Â said Â the Â Âł7KH ÂżUVW WZR \HDUV ZLOO EH students Â entering Â the Â program Â will Â classes, Â and Â the Â third Â year Â would Â
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constantly Â looking Â at Â what Â we Â need to Â be Â offering,
Karlee Â Mann, senior Â
Elizabeth Â Porter, Â junior
â€œI Â think Â itâ€™s Â a Â good Â idea, Â because Â a Â lot Â of Â people Â want Â to Â move Â further Â with Â their Â educa-Â tion. Â Â Everyone Â looks Â at Â your Â educa-Â tion Â level. Â Â I Â think Â it Â is Â important Â in Â any Â Mann job Â to Â have Â some-Â what Â of Â furthering Â your Â education Â and Â a Â Doctorate Â would Â be Â great.â€?
â€œIts Â nice Â because Â you Â donâ€™t Â have Â to Â worry Â about Â applying Â to Â other Â schools, Â and Â you Â know Â how Â the Â busi-Â ness Â school Â works Â here Â and Â certain Â pro-Â fessors. Â Â It Â would Â be Â Porter more Â comfortable Â then Â switching Â schools Â or Â cities.â€? Â
be Â their Â dissertation,â€? Â Chenoweth Â VDLG Âł7KH '%$ LV PRVW RI DOO D GRFWRUDO SURJUDP WKDW KDV VLJQLÂż cant Â research Â components Â to Â it.â€? Chenoweth Â described Â the Â pro-Â gram Â as Â an Â â€œapplied Â program,â€? Â meaning Â research Â is Â critical Â to Â the Â program. Â Â He Â said Â the Â research Â will Â be Â much Â more Â applicable Â to Â real Â life Â situations Â and Â not Â so Â much Â to Â theorizing Â and Â hypothesizing. Â Â â€œWe Â have Â a Â lot Â of Â our Â alumnus Â who Â are Â interested Â in Â this Â type Â of Â program Â because Â of Â the Â quality Â of Â education Â they Â got Â in Â their Â under-Â graduate Â and Â masters Â programs,â€? Â Chenoweth Â said. Â Â â€œThey Â would Â like Â to Â be Â going Â somewhere Â where Â they Â know Â they Â will Â receive Â a Â quality Â education.â€? Â Â Â WojcikCA02@uww.edu
Michael Â Korman, junior â€œIt Â gives Â us Â an Â opportunity Â to Â get Â a Â Doctorate Â here, Â so Â we Â donâ€™t Â have Â to Â change Â schools. Â Â I Â think Â it Â will Â help Â bring Â some Â students Â in Â who Â are Â look-Â ing Â for Â a Â doctorate Â Korman VSHFLÂżFDOO\Â´
â€œPeople Â enjoy Â the Â interaction Â on Â the Internet, Â and Â the Â feeling Â of Â belonging to Â a Â group Â that Â does something Â interesting.â€? Â -ÂLinus Â Torvalds
September Â 11, Â 2013
Opinion Â Editor: Josh Â Hafemeister
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Online gamingâ€”more than just a game Royal Purple Editorial Â Staff Â Opinion
To Â your Â right Â stands Â a Â tall Â human Â in Â bulky Â plate Â armor Â played Â by Â a Â young Â woman Â from Â Quebec, Â Canada, Â who Â is Â going Â to Â college Â for Â advertising. Â To Â your Â left Â stands Â an Â elf Â wielding Â magic Â in Â his Â hands Â played Â by Â a Â non-Âtraditional Â student Â attending Â college Â in Â Germany Â for Â a Â de-Â gree Â in Â media Â arts. Â Before Â you Â stands Â one Â of Â the Â ugliest Â monsters Â you Â have Â ever Â seen. Â Thatâ€™s Â okay, Â though, Â because Â the Â friends Â you Â have Â made Â playing Â this Â online Â game Â are Â supporting Â you. Â Youâ€™ve Â got Â this. Online Â gaming Â has Â proven Â to Â be Â a Â new Â means Â of Â socialization Â in Â the Â modern Â world. Â Students Â might Â have Â heard Â of Â some Â of Â these Â games, Â though Â they Â may Â not Â know Â what Â they Â are. Â â€œWorld Â of Â Warcraft,â€? Â â€œSecond Â Lifeâ€? Â and Â â€œStar Â Wars: Â The Â Old Â Republicâ€? Â are Â a Â few Â of Â the Â many Â MMORPGs, Â or Â massively Â multiplayer Â online Â role Â playing Â games, Â that Â are Â popular Â today. Â The Â concept Â behind Â these Â types Â of Â games Â is Â players Â must Â work Â in Â a Â team Â to Â accomplish Â JRDOV7KHVHJRDOVLQFOXGHÂżJKWLQJJLDQWPRQ VWHUV ÂżJKWLQJ RWKHU WHDPV RI SOD\HUV RU VLP ply Â socializing Â and Â meeting Â new Â people Â while Â playing Â the Â game. Online Â gaming Â in Â MMORPGs Â offers Â play-Â ers Â the Â ability Â to Â be Â in Â complete Â control Â of Â what Â other Â people Â see Â about Â them. Â Mainstream Â me-Â dia Â forces Â expectations Â upon Â its Â viewers, Â such Â as Â the Â expectation Â to Â be Â skinny, Â tan, Â muscular Â
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or Â well-Âdressed. Â These Â types Â of Â expectations Â lead Â to Â social Â anxiety Â for Â people Â who Â do Â not Â meet Â them. Â Within Â the Â world Â of Â online Â gam-Â ing, Â players Â can Â create Â their Â own Â avatar Â to Â represent Â themselves. Â No Â longer Â can Â someone Â be Â deemed Â too Â fat Â or Â judged Â for Â being Â dressed Â inappropriately. Â In Â the Â video Â game Â world, Â other Â gamers Â only Â see Â what Â the Â player Â allows Â them Â to Â see. Â Online Â gaming Â offers Â people Â a Â means Â to Â escape Â the Â expectations Â of Â mainstream Â media, Â PXFKOLNHRIĂ€LQHJDPHVVXFKDVÂł6N\ULPÂ´RU Âł0DVV (IIHFWÂ´ GR +RZHYHU XQOLNH RIĂ€LQH games, Â online Â games Â such Â as Â â€œSecond Â Lifeâ€? Â or Â â€œWorld Â of Â Warcraftâ€? Â offer Â players Â the Â op-Â
portunity Â to Â socialize Â with Â thousands Â of Â others Â who Â are Â playing Â online. Â Players Â are Â not Â shut-Â ting Â themselves Â off Â from Â the Â world;Íž Â they Â are Â circumventing Â the Â expectations Â of Â mainstream Â media Â while Â still Â socializing Â with Â other Â people. Â Yet Â there Â are Â still Â stereotypes Â for Â gamers Â who Â play Â MMORPGs. Â The Â stereotype Â that Â all Â people Â who Â play Â games Â such Â as Â â€œWorld Â of Â Warcraftâ€? Â live Â in Â their Â parentsâ€™ Â basement, Â are Â overweight, Â donâ€™t Â shave Â and Â are Â socially Â awk-Â ward Â and Â immature Â is Â inaccurate. $UH WKHUH SHRSOH ZKR ÂżW WKLV VWHUHRW\SH" Sure. Â However, Â millions Â of Â people Â play Â on-Â line Â games, Â and Â there Â are Â many Â players Â who Â are Â college Â students Â looking Â to Â play Â an Â online Â
game Â with Â friends. Research Â has Â shown Â that Â online Â gaming Â has Â no Â serious Â health Â effects Â on Â players. Â In Â fact, Â online Â gaming Â is Â a Â healthy Â substitute Â for Â social-Â izing Â when Â physically Â going Â out Â and Â meeting Â people Â face Â to Â face Â is Â not Â an Â option. Â It Â is Â the Â time Â spent Â playing, Â their Â diet Â and Â exercising Â habits Â that Â effect Â playersâ€™ Â health. Â Just Â like Â any Â other Â video Â game, Â moderation Â is Â key. Â There Â are Â players Â online Â twenty-Âfour Â hours Â a Â day, Â every Â day Â of Â the Â week. Â This Â means Â no Â matter Â what Â time Â you Â turn Â on Â the Â game Â and Â play, Â there Â will Â be Â someone Â else Â with Â whom Â you Â can Â play Â the Â game. Â A Â student Â who Â spends Â much Â of Â his Â or Â her Â time Â studying Â and Â working Â DQGFDQQRWÂżQGIUHHWLPHXQWLODIWHUPLGQLJKW can Â still Â meet Â people Â while Â gaming. A Â person Â who Â works Â third Â shift Â and Â sleeps Â all Â day Â can Â still Â socialize Â online. Â An Â interna-Â tional Â student Â or Â a Â student Â who Â came Â to Â UW-Â Whitewater Â from Â another Â state Â can Â log Â onto Â an Â online Â game Â and Â play Â with Â his Â or Â her Â friends Â and Â family Â back Â home. Online Â games Â offer Â a Â new Â means Â of Â so-Â cialization Â for Â people Â of Â all Â demographics, Â in-Â cluding Â students Â here Â at Â UW-ÂWhitewater. Â For Â students, Â time Â is Â a Â commodity Â that Â is Â in Â short Â supply, Â and Â going Â out Â to Â meet Â new Â people Â might Â not Â always Â be Â easy. Â Human Â contact Â is Â essential Â for Â a Â personâ€™s Â health Â but Â online Â gam-Â ing Â provides Â a Â new Â and Â healthy Â way Â to Â meet Â other Â people. email@example.com
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â€œNo, Â I Â donâ€™t Â think Â so. Â Youâ€™re Â not Â really Â con-Â necting Â with Â other Â people. Â Youâ€™re Â learning Â a Â game.â€?
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The reason I write
Why Â do Â I Â write? 7KH DQVZHU WR WKLV IRXUZRUG question Â is, Â well, Â hard Â to Â put Â down Â in Â writing. Â Joan Â Didion Â did Â it Â in Â a Â piece Â ÂżUVW SXEOLVKHG LQ ZLWK D FRQ IHVVHGO\VWROHQWLWOHIURP*HRUJH2U well, Â â€œWhy Â I Â Write.â€? Â In Â about Â 2,600 Â words, Â Didion Â bares Â the Â bones Â of Â the Â ZULWHUKROGLQJWKHSHQZKLFKSURE DEO\WDNHVWKHVDPHDPRXQWRIFRXU age Â as Â choosing Â to Â pursue Â a Â career Â in Â ZULWLQJLQWKHÂżUVWSODFH For Â me, Â in Â all Â of Â my Â amateur Â writing Â glory, Â Iâ€™ve Â been Â a Â moth Â to Â the Â Ă€DPH IRU DOPRVW seven Â years. Â This Â is Â a Â bold Â statement Â for Â a Â 21 Â year Â old, Â I Â Andrea Behling am Â acutely Â aware, Â Editor in Chief but Â with Â every Â â€œahahâ€? Â moment Â Iâ€™ve Â been Â lucky Â to Â have Â in Â my Â journalistic Â career, Â my Â feelings Â have Â only Â been Â reinforced Â and Â my Â ambitions Â spurred. My Â most Â recent Â moment Â of Â FODULW\ FDPH DIWHU UHDGLQJ WKH ÂżUVW person Â story Â of Â a Â journalist Â and Â two Â high Â school Â wrestlers Â who Â let Â her Â into Â WKHLU OLYHV LQ DQG LW HQGHG XS changing Â hers. Â It Â started Â as Â an Â ESPN Â
feature Â so Â touching Â it Â almost Â required Â WHDUV %XW LW LV WKH IROORZXS VWRU\ published Â this Â July Â that Â pulls Â on Â the Â VWULQJVRIP\KHDUWLQWKHPRVWSHU sonal Â way. Lisa Â Fenn Â had Â been Â working Â as Â DQ(631SURGXFHUVLQFHGHDO LQJZLWKVSRUWVUHODWHGKXPDQLQWHU est Â stories. Â One Â such Â story Â brought Â KHUWR&OHYHODQG2KLRWRPHHW'DU tanyon Â Crockett Â and Â Leroy Â Sutton. Â :KHQ/LVDÂżUVWVDZWKHWZRVKHVDLG she Â couldnâ€™t Â take Â her Â eyes Â off Â them. Â She Â watched Â Dartanyon, Â who Â was Â born Â with Â Leberâ€™s Â disease Â leaving Â him Â legally Â blind, Â sling Â his Â friendâ€™s Â arms Â over Â his Â back Â and Â pick Â him Â up Â off Â the Â ground. Â The Â reason Â he Â carried Â Leroy Â this Â way Â was Â because Â he Â is Â a Â double Â amputee, Â the Â result Â of Â having Â been Â run Â over Â by Â a Â train Â at Â 11 Â years Â old. Â These Â physical Â limitations Â only Â scratch Â the Â surface Â of Â explaining Â the Â unfortunate Â hands Â these Â two Â were Â dealt. Â Bouts Â of Â homelessness Â and Â hunger Â plagued Â the Â friendsâ€™ Â young Â lives, Â constantly Â surrounded Â by Â drug Â use Â and Â poverty. Â Yet Â the Â two Â met Â their Â GLIÂżFXOWLHV ZLWK D VPLOH WRJHWKHU Both Â members Â of Â the Â high Â school Â ZUHVWOLQJ WHDP 'DUWDQ\RQ DQG /H
roy Â were Â a Â package Â deal. Â Lisa Â found Â herself Â emotionally Â invested Â in Â the Â story Â and Â lives Â of Â the Â two Â who Â were Â hesitant Â to Â lend Â out Â their Â trust Â to Â her Â in Â the Â beginning. Â But Â unable Â and Â unwilling Â to Â be Â another Â SHUVRQWRZDONLQDQGRXWRI'DUWDQ yon Â and Â Leroysâ€™ Â lives Â once Â the Â story Â was Â told, Â Lisa Â never Â left. Â National Â attention Â was Â drawn Â to Â the Â story Â and Â an Â outpouring Â of Â support Â followed, Â which Â led Â to Â the Â creation Â of Â a Â college Â tuition Â fund. Â Lisa Â personally Â helped Â the Â two Â apply Â for Â college Â and Â paid Â for Â other Â necessities Â after Â high Â school. The Â bond Â was Â real, Â and Â Lisa Â had Â made Â room Â in Â her Â heart Â for Â both Â of Â them. Â And Â in Â the Â process Â of Â telling Â their Â story Â to Â the Â world, Â Lisa Â changed Â the Â course Â of Â their Â lives Â for Â the Â better. Â Leroy Â went Â on Â to Â study Â video Â game Â design Â in Â college Â and Â will Â become Â WKH ÂżUVW LQ KLV IDPLO\ WR UHFHLYH D high Â school Â diploma Â and Â a Â college Â degree. Â Dartanyon Â received Â an Â offer Â WROLYHDWWKH2O\PSLF7UDLQLQJ&HQ ter Â in Â Colorado Â Springs Â to Â compete Â in Â the Â Paralympics, Â which Â he Â later Â won Â the Â bronze Â medal Â in Â judo. Â Both Â keep Â in Â close Â touch Â with Â the Â woman Â who Â cared, Â Lisa. Usually Â you Â donâ€™t Â hear Â this Â side Â
of Â the Â storyâ€”the Â side Â that Â exposes Â the Â passion Â and Â emotion Â that Â goes Â into Â telling Â a Â meaningful Â story. Â A Â reporter Â is Â taught Â early Â on Â to Â be Â a Â shadow Â on Â WKHJURXQGDFWLQJDVDQLQYLVLEOHQDU rator. Â But Â every Â journalist Â knows Â that Â these Â stories Â become Â a Â part Â of Â us Â in Â some Â way. Â It Â might Â just Â be Â a Â footnote, Â EXWVRPHWLPHVLWEHFRPHVDGHÂżQLQJ moment Â that Â changes Â everything. 7KLVLVZK\,ZULWH,WKDQNMRXU nalists Â like Â Lisa Â Fenn Â who Â remind Â me Â how Â powerful Â storytelling Â can Â be. Â Itâ€™s Â stories Â like Â this Â that Â help Â me Â see Â how Â incredibly Â rewarding Â this Â tough Â job Â FDQ EH ZKLOH DOVR FRQÂżUPLQJ KRZ important Â it Â is Â in Â evoking Â change, Â big Â or Â small. Â The Â stories Â Iâ€™ve Â told Â in Â my Â life Â are Â easy Â to Â recall, Â because Â Iâ€™ve Â placed Â them Â close Â to Â my Â heart. Â The Â stories Â RI D FKLOG VXUYLYLQJ D KHDUW WUDQV SODQWDQDUWLVWÂżQGLQJKLPVHOIDPDQ dedicating Â his Â precious Â free Â time Â to Â philanthropyâ€”they Â are Â all Â still Â with Â PH&RQVWDQWUHPLQGHUVRIWKHFRXU age Â it Â takes Â for Â a Â person Â to Â open Â up Â to Â DYLUWXDOVWUDQJHUDQGWKHIXOÂżOOPHQW WKDWFRPHVZLWKWKHSULYLOHJHRISXW ting Â it Â into Â words. Behlingam28@uww.edu
Letters to the Editor UW-ÂW Police crack down on drunken driving
In Â memory Â of Â Paula Â Poorman
I Â write Â a Â letter Â every Â year Â at Â this Â time Â in Â remembrance Â of Â Paula Â Poorman. Â You Â see Â I Â took Â Paulaâ€™s Â life Â while Â driving Â under Â WKHLQĂ€XHQFHRIGUXJVDQGDOFR Dear Â Editor: hol Â on Â June Â 27th Â 2007. We Â all Â face Â life Â choices, Â We Â know Â them, Â we Â see Â them, Â good Â or Â bad, Â and Â if Â you Â donâ€™t Â and Â perhaps Â weâ€™ve Â even Â been Â one Â make Â the Â right Â decisions Â along Â of Â them. Â Drunken Â drivers Â come Â WKHZD\WUDJLFWKLQJVFDQKDS from Â all Â walks Â of Â life, Â but Â they Â pen Â to Â you Â and Â innocent Â people Â do Â have Â one Â thing Â in Â common. Â around Â you. Â Events Â like Â this Â one Â 7KH\ÂśYHPDGHRQHWKHPRVWGDQ have Â changed Â everyone Â involved Â JHURXVDQGLUUHVSRQVLEOHGHFL lives Â forever Â more. Â When Â I Â was Â sions Â an Â operator Â of Â a Â potentially Â in Â my Â teens, Â I Â made Â the Â choice Â to Â lethal Â weapon Â can Â make. Â get Â involved Â with Â drugs, Â alcohol, Â Last Â year, Â 223 Â people Â died Â DQGXQKHDOWK\SHRSOH,XQIRUWX and Â nearly Â 3,000 Â were Â injured Â nately Â continued Â on Â that Â path Â of Â LQDOFRKROUHODWHGFUDVKHVLQ destruction Â until Â that Â June Â day. Â Wisconsin. Â Many Â of Â them Â were Â $IWHUWKDWOLIHFKDQJLQJHYHQWIRU innocent Â victims Â who Â were Â killed Â so Â many Â people, Â I Â have Â devoted Â or Â injured Â by Â a Â drunken Â driver. To Â help Â combat Â drunken Â GULYLQJ8::KLWHZDWHU3ROLFH RIÂżFHUVZHUHRXWLQIRUFHIURP $XJWR6HSWZKLFKLQ As Â the Â current Â student Â cluded Â the Â Labor Â Day Â weekend, Â leader Â of Â UWW Â Tobacco Â Free Â for Â the Â national Â â€œDrive Â Sober Â or Â Campus Â Coalition, Â one Â of Â our Â Get Â Pulled Â Overâ€? Â campaign. Â Â Â objectives Â is Â to Â educate Â the Â Drunken Â driving Â is Â entirely Â campus Â community Â about Â other Â preventable. Â Â So Â we Â urge Â you Â to Â tobacco Â products, Â also Â known Â XVHDGHVLJQDWHGGULYHURUÂżQG as Â OTPs. Â These Â are Â smokeless Â another Â way Â home Â if Â youâ€™re Â tobacco Â products Â that Â tobacco Â impaired. Â The Â Zero Â In Â Wisconsin Â companies Â made Â just Â for Â us Â and Â WUDIÂżFVDIHW\LQLWLDWLYHDOVRRIIHUV because Â theyâ€™re Â so Â new, Â they Â a Â free Â â€œDrive Â Soberâ€? Â mobile Â app Â think Â college Â students Â donâ€™t Â WKDWFDQEHGRZQORDGHGE\YLVLW know Â the Â risks. Â Thatâ€™s Â where Â we Â ing Â zeroinwisconsin. Â gov. come Â in. During Â this Â crackdown Â on Â Big Â tobacco Â companies Â drunken Â drivers Â and Â throughout Â spend Â about Â $1.5 Â billion Â a Â year Â the Â year, Â we Â are Â serious Â when Â we Â WRZDUGPDUNHWLQJWKHLUVPRNH say, Â â€œDrive Â Sober Â or Â Get Â Pulled Â OHVVWREDFFRSURGXFWVWR Over.â€? year Â olds.1 Â These Â new Â OTPs Â have Â become Â increasingly Â more Â Matthew Â Kiederlen popular Â because Â of Â the Â new Â 8::KLWHZDWHU VPRNHIUHHSROLFLHVJRLQJLQWR Chief Â of Â Police effect Â on Â college Â campuses, Â the Â
all Â my Â time Â and Â energy Â trying Â to Â better Â myself Â so Â I Â can Â help Â others Â learn Â from Â my Â mistakes. Throughout Â the Â years Â Iâ€™ve Â heard Â so Â much Â about Â Paula, Â and Â KRZLQĂ€XHQWLDOVKHZDVZLWK her Â Â family, Â community Â and Â everyone Â she Â knew. Â Even Â though Â Paulaâ€™s Â not Â with Â us Â anymore Â she Â KDVLQĂ€XHQFHGPHWREHDPRUH caring Â and Â loving Â person. Â She Â is Â one Â of Â my Â strongest Â mentors Â and Â I Â know Â she Â would Â have Â wanted Â me Â to Â get Â involved Â with Â school, Â work, Â and Â volunteer Â time Â to Â my Â community, Â so Â thatâ€™s Â what Â Iâ€™m Â doing Â with Â my Â life. Â I Â owe Â a Â lot Â of Â gratitude Â to Â P\IDPLO\IULHQGVWHDFKHUVLQ structors, Â and Â others Â around Â me Â EHFDXVHWKH\FRQWLQXRXVO\LQĂ€X
ence Â me Â to Â do Â positive Â healthy Â things Â for Â myself Â so Â I Â can Â be Â there Â for Â others. Â I Â appreciate Â and Â love Â them Â for Â helping Â me Â through Â these Â very Â hard Â years. Â I Â hope Â and Â pray Â Paulaâ€™s Â family Â has Â found Â the Â same Â support Â groups Â in Â their Â lives. Â Â It Â breaks Â my Â heart Â to Â know Â that Â my Â choices Â caused Â an Â extraordinary Â person Â to Â be Â taken Â from Â her Â family Â and Â loving Â community. Moving Â forward Â I Â will Â focus Â on Â the Â positives Â and Â stay Â on Â the Â right Â path Â and Â never Â forget Â my Â past Â actions Â for Â the Â rest Â of Â my Â life. Â I Â will Â carry Â Paulaâ€™s Â memory Â with Â me Â forever. Samantha Â Young
Campus Â group Â promotes Â smokeless Â tobacco perfect Â target. Â They Â have Â new Â products Â that Â donâ€™t Â require Â any Â spitting Â and Â some Â that Â dissolve, Â they Â are Â extremely Â easy Â to Â use Â and Â by Â the Â looks Â of Â them Â they Â donâ€™t Â seem Â that Â harmless, Â but Â looks Â can Â be Â deceiving. Â Â OTPs Â still Â contain Â the Â cancer Â causing Â agents Â we Â have Â learned Â about Â all Â throughout Â our Â adolescent Â years. Â Even Â though Â they Â eliminate Â second Â hand Â smoke Â risk, Â they Â still Â cause Â KDUPWRWKHXVHUÂśVERG\$FFRUG ing Â to Â National Â Cancer Â Institute, Â there Â are Â 28 Â cancer Â causing Â chemicals Â that Â could Â lead Â to Â oral Â cancer, Â esophageal Â cancer, Â and Â pancreatic Â cancer.2 Â These Â may Â not Â be Â immediate Â results Â of Â using Â OTPs, Â but Â they Â will Â harm Â a Â personâ€™s Â body Â every Â time Â
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What do you want to be when you grow up? For Â one Â of Â my Â very Â first Â homework Â assignments Â of Â the Â semester, Â I Â had Â to Â write Â a Â one Â and Â a Â half Â page Â paper Â on Â my Â ideal Â job. Â Sounds Â easy Â enough, Â right? Â You Â just Â jot Â down Â a Â few Â quick Â paragraphs Â about Â what Â job Â you Â want Â and Â why Â you Â want Â it, Â and Â bam! Â A Â page Â and Â a Â half Â is Â written Â in Â no Â time. Not Â so Â easy, Â in Â my Â case. Â My Â Abbie Reetz SURIHVVRU H[ Managing Editor plicitly Â stated Â we Â were Â not Â to Â talk Â about Â the Â â€œwhy.â€? Â Instead, Â we Â had Â to Â focus Â on Â the Â many Â aspects Â we Â want Â in Â a Â job Â and Â had Â to Â let Â them Â speak Â for Â themselves. Â 7KLV DVVLJQPHQW ZDV SDU ticularly Â difficult Â for Â me Â because Â Iâ€™ve Â never Â given Â much Â thought Â to Â the Â tiny Â details Â I Â expect Â when Â I Â get Â hired Â somewhere. Â With Â my Â 'HFHPEHUJUDGXDWLRQGDWHGUDZ LQJ FORVHU E\ WKH GD\ LW WHUUL fied Â me Â when Â I Â began Â to Â tackle Â my Â assignment Â of Â describing Â my Â ideal Â job Â and Â I Â didnâ€™t Â know Â what Â I Â wanted. Of Â course, Â I Â knew Â the Â big Â picture. Â I Â want Â to Â review Â books Â or Â write Â about Â books Â or Â read Â books Â and Â get Â paid Â for Â it. Â But Â I Â knew Â nothing Â about Â what Â kind Â of Â benefits Â I Â wanted. Â I Â didnâ€™t Â even Â know Â what Â standard Â benefits Â are. Â , GLGQÂśW NQRZ ZKDW DQ H[SHFW ed Â salary Â could Â be, Â and Â I Â never Â thought Â twice Â about Â whether Â a Â future Â job Â would Â include Â free Â employee Â parking Â or Â not. 7KLV DVVLJQPHQW DQ H[HU cise Â in Â formatting Â and Â concise Â writing, Â was Â a Â rude Â awakening Â for Â me. Â Suddenly Â the Â question, Â â€œWhat Â do Â you Â want Â to Â be Â when Â you Â grow Â up?â€? Â held Â a Â lot Â more Â weight. Â It Â began Â morphing Â into, Â â€œWhat Â do Â you Â deserve Â to Â earn Â when Â you Â grow Â up?â€? Â and Â â€œWill Â \RXEHDOORZHGWRH[SUHVV\RXU self Â freely Â when Â you Â grow Â up?â€? Most Â of Â us Â at Â this Â point Â know Â what Â we Â want Â to Â be Â or Â do Â DIWHUZHJUDGXDWH%XWKRZSUH SDUHGDUHZHIRUDOORIWKHPLQX tia Â that Â comes Â with Â a Â new Â job? Â In Â my Â case, Â Iâ€™m Â really Â glad Â I Â got Â WKLVZDNHXSFDOOZKHQ,GLG I Â learned Â that Â applying Â for Â a Â job Â isnâ€™t Â just Â finding Â a Â career Â youâ€™d Â be Â okay Â with Â doing. Â Itâ€™s Â a Â big Â step Â in Â setting Â you Â up Â for Â how Â youâ€™ll Â live Â the Â rest Â of Â your Â life. When Â I Â begin Â to Â apply Â for Â SRVWFROOHJH MREV QRZ , NQRZ that Â I Â really Â need Â to Â pay Â attention Â WR WKLQJV OLNH KHDOWK DQG LQVXU ance Â benefits Â or Â employee Â stock Â options Â that Â I Â may Â have Â just Â glanced Â over Â before. Â If Â youâ€™re Â as Â lost Â as Â I Â was Â when Â I Â started Â my Â homework Â assignment, Â you Â should Â look Â into Â it, Â too. ReetzAM12@uww.edu
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In Â college, Â students Â have Â to Â make Â time Â for Â many Â things Â such Â as Â class, Â homework, Â projects, Â student Â orga-Â nizations, Â work Â and Â socializing Â with Â friends. Â With Â such Â a Â busy Â lifestyle, Â PDQ\SHRSOHHQGXSVDFULÂżFLQJEDVLF needs Â to Â make Â time Â for Â everything Â else. Â Countless Â students Â are Â guilty Â of Â making Â one Â of Â the Â most Â common Â VDFULÂżFHVVOHHS Nearly Â ev-Â eryone Â has Â been Â a Â victim Â of Â the Â â€œeight-Âhours-Âof-Â sleep-Âeach-Ânightâ€? Â lecture, Â but Â many Â do Â not Â understand Â Niemeier the Â true Â impor-Â tance Â of Â getting Â sleep Â and Â the Â conse-Â quences Â of Â lacking Â proper Â rest. Â Not Â getting Â enough Â sleep Â can Â affect Â everything, Â from Â someoneâ€™s Â mood Â to Â the Â way Â they Â eat Â throughout Â the Â day. Â Brandi Â Niemeier, Â assistant Â pro-Â fessor Â in Â health Â promotion, Â said Â lack Â
of Â sleep Â can Â effect Â many Â aspects Â of Â a Â personâ€™s Â life, Â from Â becoming Â ir-Â ritable Â and Â impatient Â to Â causing Â in-Â creased Â hunger Â and Â more. Â â€œLack Â of Â sleep Â also Â creates Â a Â problem Â with Â concentration,â€? Â Nie-Â meier Â said. Â â€œWhen Â youâ€™re Â in Â class, Â itâ€™s Â harder Â to Â follow Â the Â materials Â that Â the Â instructor Â is Â presenting Â to Â you. Â That Â lack Â of Â ability Â to Â really Â have Â sharp Â thinking Â certainly Â affects Â the Â performance Â in Â the Â classroom.â€? Many Â students Â believe Â a Â success-Â ful Â way Â to Â combat Â this Â sleepy Â be-Â havior Â is Â to Â over-Â caffeinate Â them-Â selves Â to Â get Â more Â energy. Â However, Â Henley Whitney Â Henley, Â University Â Health Â and Â Counseling Â Services Â health Â and Â wellness Â coordi-Â nator, Â said Â caffeine Â sometimes Â gives Â a Â quick Â boost Â of Â energy, Â but Â it Â can Â interfere Â with Â sleep. Â â€œSome Â students Â have Â a Â problem Â because Â theyâ€™ll Â use Â caffeine Â to Â stay Â up Â to Â cram, Â and Â then Â the Â next Â day Â
theyâ€™re Â just Â zombies,â€? Â Henley Â said. Â â€œItâ€™s Â really Â hard Â to Â take Â a Â test Â if Â you Â havenâ€™t Â slept Â well Â the Â night Â before, Â so Â itâ€™s Â better Â to Â just Â study, Â cut Â your-Â self Â off, Â go Â to Â bed Â and Â then Â wake Â up Â refreshed.â€? Besides Â interfering Â with Â the Â abil-Â ity Â to Â concentrate Â and Â increasing Â irritability, Â a Â lack Â of Â sleep Â also Â can Â have Â a Â strong Â effect Â on Â someoneâ€™s Â emotional Â state. Â Matt Â Mallin, Â an Â as-Â sociate Â counselor Â with Â UHCS, Â said Â a Â good Â sleep Â schedule Â should Â be Â a Â priority Â for Â college Â students Â because Â sleep Â plays Â an Â important Â part Â in Â both Â the Â physical Â and Â emotional Â well-Âbe-Â ing Â of Â a Â student. â€œI Â think Â everybody Â can Â relate Â to Â the Â very Â basic Â notion Â of Â â€˜how Â you Â sleep Â impacts Â how Â you Â feel,â€™â€? Â Mal-Â lin Â said. Â Niemeier Â strongly Â emphasized Â getting Â into Â a Â regular Â sleeping Â sched-Â ule. Â She Â said Â every Â person Â is Â dif-Â ferent, Â so Â testing Â different Â sleeping Â WLPHVLVLPSRUWDQWWRÂżJXUHRXWZKDW works Â best Â for Â an Â individual. Âł7KH ÂżUVW WKLQJ WR GR WR HVWDE lish Â a Â good, Â healthy Â sleep Â pattern Â
is Â to Â make Â sure Â that Â your Â body Â is Â rested, Â and Â once Â your Â body Â is Â rest-Â HGGRVRPHWULDODQGHUURUWRÂżJXUH out Â how Â much Â sleep Â you Â need Â each Â night,â€? Â Niemeier Â said. Â â€œMost Â people Â do Â need Â eight Â hours Â of Â sleep,.Thatâ€™s Â pretty Â typical. Â Some Â people Â need Â more Â like Â nine Â hours Â of Â sleep, Â and Â some Â people Â can Â go Â with Â six Â hours Â of Â sleep.â€? It Â is Â important Â to Â get Â up Â at Â the Â same Â time Â each Â day Â and Â go Â to Â bed Â at Â the Â same Â time Â each Â night. Â A Â good Â sleep Â schedule Â isnâ€™t Â just Â about Â getting Â to Â bed Â on Â time. Â Itâ€™s Â also Â about Â sleeping Â uninterrupted, Â Niemeier Â said Â which Â means Â cutting Â down Â on Â distractions Â right Â before Â bed Â and Â making Â sure Â the Â room Â is Â dark, Â cool Â and Â quiet. Â Alarm Â clock Â â€œsnoozingâ€? Â also Â should Â be Â avoided Â because Â it Â inter-Â rupts Â the Â sleep Â cycle Â over Â and Â over Â again;Íž Â Niemeier Â said Â a Â person Â would Â be Â better Â off Â to Â wake Â up Â with Â only Â one Â alarm. Â The Â longer Â a Â person Â sleeps Â without Â interruption, Â the Â bet-Â ter Â the Â quality Â of Â the Â sleep.
Fast Â facts Â about Â napping It Â boosts Â alertness. A Â NASA Â study Â found Â that Â a Â 40-Ââ€?minute Â nap Â allows Â for Â higher Â levels Â of Â alterness. Napping Â improves Â learning Â and Â memories. MRI Â scans Â show Â that Â brain Â Ä‚Ä?Ć&#x;Ç€Ĺ?ĆšÇ‡ ĆŒÄžĹľÄ‚Ĺ?ĹśĆ? ĹšĹ?Ĺ?ĹšÄžĆŒ Ä‚ĹŻĹŻ day Â for Â hour-Ââ€?long Â nappers. /ĆšÍ›Ć?Ć?Ĺ˝ĹľÄžĆ&#x;ĹľÄžĆ?Ä?ÄžĆŠÄžĆŒ ĆšĹšÄ‚ĹśÄ?Ĺ˝ÄŤÄžÄžÍ˜ Studies Â have Â shown Â that Â af-Ââ€? ternoon Â naps Â are Â the Â perfect Â way Â to Â re-Ââ€?ener-Ââ€? gize Â and Â retain Â informa-Ââ€? Ć&#x;Ĺ˝ĹśÍ• ĆŒÄ‚ĆšĹšÄžĆŒ ĆšĹšÄ‚Ĺś ĆŒĆľĹśĹśĹ?ĹśĹ? on Â empty Â and Â shoving Â too Â ĹľĆľÄ?Ĺš Ĺ?ĹśÄ¨Ĺ˝ĆŒĹľÄ‚Ć&#x;Ĺ˝Ĺś Ĺ?ĹśĆšĹ˝ an Â exhausted Â brain. /ĹśÄ¨Ĺ˝ĆŒĹľÄ‚Ć&#x;Ĺ˝ĹśĹ?Ä‚ĆšĹšÄžĆŒÄžÄšÄ¨ĆŒĹ˝Ĺľ dĹšÄž,ĆľÄ¸ ĹśĹ?ĆšĹ˝ĹśWĹ˝Ć?Ćš
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Mike Doyle is seen holding a plaque awarded to him after hitting the four gallon mark of blood donated.
Mike Â Doyle Â remembers Â vividly Â WKHÂżUVWWLPHKHGRQDWHGEORRGDVD student Â at Â UW-ÂWhitewater Â in Â the Â late Â 1960s. â€œIâ€™ll Â never Â forget Â it,â€? Â Doyle Â said. Â â€œWhenever Â I Â give Â blood Â or Â see Â someone Â I Â donâ€™t Â know, Â Iâ€™ll Â always Â tell Â the Â story Â on Â how Â I Â started Â giving Â blood.â€? Doyle Â was Â excited Â to Â hear Â about Â the Â free Â lunch Â being Â given Â out Â at Â the Â Whitewater Â Armory Â for Â people Â who Â donated Â blood. â€œWhen Â youâ€™re Â a Â college Â student, Â free Â lunch Â is Â an Â easy Â decision,â€? Â Doyle Â said.
It Â was Â an Â even Â easier Â decision Â for Â Doyle, Â whose Â father Â had Â re-Â cently Â died Â and Â money Â was Â tight Â as Â a Â sophomore Â in Â college. Â So Â he Â walked Â down Â to Â the Â armory Â where Â he Â stood Â in Â a Â long Â line. Â After Â giving Â blood Â painlessly, Â he Â was Â escorted Â to Â a Â waiting Â area Â where Â they Â sat Â at Â tables, Â waiting Â to Â be Â served Â a Â deli-Â cious Â sandwich. Â â€œThese Â little Â old Â ladies Â would Â come Â out Â with Â these Â trays Â of Â sand-Â wichesâ€”one Â side Â was Â white Â bread Â and Â one Â side Â was Â wheat Â bread Â and Â they Â were Â ham Â salad.â€? The Â home-Âcooked Â meal Â meant Â more Â to Â Doyle Â than Â the Â little Â old Â ladies Â probably Â knew. Â When Â they Â
asked Â him Â if Â he Â wanted Â another, Â he Â gladly Â obliged. â€œWhat Â a Â no Â brainer. Â I Â mean, Â youâ€™re Â doing Â something Â really Â nice Â and Â then Â you Â get Â a Â free Â lunch,â€? Â Doyle Â said. Doyle Â went Â on Â to Â donate Â at Â ev-Â ery Â drive Â held Â at Â UW-ÂWhitewater Â until Â he Â graduated. Â It Â was Â this Â ex-Â perience Â that Â marked Â the Â beginning Â of Â Doyleâ€™s Â longterm Â commitment Â to Â blood Â donation. Â Today, Â Doyle Â has Â donated Â nearly Â six Â gallons Â of Â blood. Having Â an Â O Â negative Â blood Â type, Â his Â blood Â is Â universally Â ac-Â cepted Â by Â all Â blood Â types, Â making Â him Â the Â perfect Â donor. â€œPeople Â like Â him Â are Â really Â im-Â
portant Â to Â us Â because Â every Â single Â person Â can Â get Â his Â blood,â€? Â said Â Hei-Â di Â Ognibene, Â director Â of Â operations Â at Â the Â Rock Â River Â Valley Â Blood Â Center Â in Â Rockford, Â Ill. Â â€œHeâ€™s Â not Â very Â common. Â His Â blood Â is Â often Â used Â in Â premature Â infants Â because Â there Â is Â no Â typing Â on Â it, Â so Â itâ€™s Â re-Â ally Â easy Â for Â newbornsâ€™ Â immune Â systems Â to Â handle Â it.â€? When Â Doyle Â graduated Â from Â UW-ÂWhitewater Â in Â 1970, Â he Â was Â drafted Â into Â the Â army Â toward Â the Â end Â of Â the Â Vietnam Â war. Â They Â made Â him Â a Â medic, Â and Â he Â soon Â learned Â how Â to Â draw Â blood Â himself.
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Mike Doyleâ€™s dress army uniform shows the Expert Field Medical Badge, on the right. Doyle learned how to draw blood while a medic during his enlistment in the 1970s.
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â€œI Â was Â never Â afraid Â of Â needles Â or Â taking Â blood Â because Â thatâ€™s Â what Â I Â mostly Â did Â in Â Germany,â€? Â Doyle Â said. After Â his Â enlistment, Â Doyle Â con-Â tinued Â donating Â blood Â regularly. Â A Â Belvidere, Â Ill. Â resident, Â Doyle Â worked Â many Â years Â for Â the Â Rock-Â ford Â Register Â Star Â and Â is Â currently Â a Â high Â school Â geography Â and Â jour-Â nalism Â teacher Â at Â Belvidere Â North Â High Â School. Â Doyle Â said Â he Â likes Â to Â show Â his Â students Â his Â Rock Â River Â Valley Â Blood Â Center Â four Â gallon Â plaque Â he Â received Â a Â few Â years Â ago Â to Â get Â them Â excited Â about Â donating Â as Â well. â€œI Â show Â them Â my Â plaque Â and Â they Â say Â â€˜Four Â gallons? Â Thatâ€™s Â a Â lot!â€™â€? Â Doyle Â said. Â â€œAnd Â we Â [our Â school] Â has Â a Â tremendous Â response Â [to Â blood Â drives], Â and Â thatâ€™s Â a Â great Â thing.â€? Blood Â drives Â visit Â the Â high Â school Â twice Â a Â year, Â which Â Doyle Â often Â serves Â as Â a Â volunteer Â as Â well Â as Â a Â donor. Â Ognibene Â said Â high Â school Â blood Â drives Â and Â college Â
campus Â blood Â drives Â are Â huge Â for Â blood Â centers Â in Â terms Â of Â the Â num-Â ber Â of Â donors Â that Â show Â up. â€œWe Â have Â a Â really Â strong Â high Â school Â program, Â and Â the Â college Â visits Â are Â also Â big Â events Â for Â us,â€? Â Ognibene Â said. A Â Red Â Cross Â blood Â drive Â will Â be Â held Â in Â Whitewater Â this Â Friday Â from Â noon Â to Â 6 Â p.m. Â at Â the Â White-Â water Â Armory Â at Â 146 Â W. Â North Â St. Â Other Â upcoming Â blood Â drives Â in Â the Â area Â include Â two Â in Â Fort Â Atkinson Â on Â Sept. Â 18 Â at Â the Â American Â Legion, Â 201 Â S. Â Water Â St. Â and Â on Â Nov. Â 13 Â at Â the Â Fort Â Atkinson Â Armory, Â 420 Â Bark Â River Â Drive. Ognibene Â said Â the Â biggest Â in-Â centive Â they Â can Â provide Â donors Â is Â a Â guarantee Â that Â they Â can Â feel Â proud Â of Â donating Â to Â someone Â in Â need. â€œWe Â depend Â on Â volunteers, Â and Â we Â really Â are Â big Â proponents Â of Â your Â community Â helping Â your Â hospitals Â that Â serve Â that Â community,â€? Â Og-Â nibene Â said. BehlingAM28@uww.edu
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Aquarius, Â 1/20-Â2/18 Who Â died Â and Â made Â you Â boss? Â Take Â a Â step Â back Â and Â let Â other Â peopleâ€™s Â ideas Â take Â form. Â Itâ€™s Â not Â always Â your Â responsibility Â to Â take Â charge.
Leo, Â 7/23-Â8/22 Remember Â that Â person Â who Â you Â thought Â checked Â you Â out Â last Â week? Â They Â didnâ€™t, Â get Â over Â it.
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September Â 11, Â 2001. A Â piece Â of Â history Â that Â we Â are Â still Â living Â through. Â Twelve Â years Â later Â we Â are Â still Â expe-Â riencing Â the Â aftermath. Â While Â most Â students Â at Â UW-ÂWhitewater Â were Â still Â in Â elementary Â school Â when Â the Â World Â Trade Â Center Â and Â Pentagon Â were Â at-Â tacked, Â many Â faculty Â and Â staff Â members Â re-Â member Â it Â with Â perfect Â clarity. Michael Â Nyenhuis, Â senior Â military Â science Â instructor, Â remembers Â exactly Â where Â he Â was Â ZKHQKHÂżUVWKHDUGWKHQHZV+HDOVRUHPHP EHUVKLVÂżUVWUHDFWLRQLQGLIIHUHQFH Nyenhuis Â was Â in Â Kosovo, Â Serbia, Â on Â a Â peace-Âkeeping Â mission Â with Â the Â Army Â Re-Â serve. Â It Â was Â 3 Â p.m. Â local Â time, Â and Â a Â team-Â PDWHFDPHLQWRWKHRIÂżFHWRWHOOKLPDEXLOG ing Â in Â New Â York Â was Â hit Â by Â a Â plane. â€œI Â didnâ€™t Â think Â anything Â of Â it, Â because Â once Â or Â twice Â in Â the Â past Â small Â planes Â have Â hit Â the Â towers Â on Â accident,â€? Â Nyenhuis Â said. Â â€œThen Â about Â another Â 20 Â minutes Â later, Â Nyenhuis someone Â else Â came Â in Â the Â RIÂżFHWRVD\WKHVDPHWKLQJ except Â this Â time Â it Â was Â plural, Â two Â planes.â€? Nyenhuis Â made Â it Â to Â the Â only Â television Â in Â WKHEXLOGLQJLQWLPHWRZDWFKWKHÂżUVWWRZHU fall. Outrage, Â confusion, Â heartbreak Â and Â ev-Â erything Â in Â between Â is Â how Â Nyenhuis Â de-Â scribed Â a Â packed Â room Â of Â over Â 100 Â people. â€œThere Â was Â just Â stunned Â silence,â€? Â Nyen-Â huis Â said. Â â€œImmediately, Â everyone Â knew Â we Â were Â attacked.â€? Nyenhuis Â said Â he Â immediately Â wondered Â who Â was Â responsible Â for Â the Â attack Â and Â how Â to Â respond. Â Then, Â his Â thoughts Â went Â to Â the Â thousands Â of Â soldiers Â in Â Kosovo Â with Â him, Â wondering Â how Â they Â were Â feeling Â and Â what Â WKHLUQH[WVWHSVZHUH$WÂżUVW1\HQKXLVVDLG no Â one, Â not Â even Â their Â leaders, Â knew Â what Â to Â do. Eventually, Â the Â soldiers Â were Â ordered Â WR LQFUHDVH VHFXULW\ ZHDSRQV ZHUH ORDGHG full Â battle Â gear Â was Â put Â on Â and Â all Â the Â civil-Â ians Â were Â ordered Â out Â of Â the Â military Â base. Â 7KH VROGLHUV ZHUH ÂżQDOO\ WROG WR JR RQ ZLWK the Â mission Â as Â planned Â but Â with Â heightened Â
security. Â â€œThere Â wasnâ€™t Â necessarily Â concern Â we Â were Â going Â to Â be Â a Â target, Â but Â there Â was Â a Â sense Â that Â we Â had Â to Â get Â somebody;Íž Â some-Â body Â had Â to Â be Â responsible,â€? Â Nyenhuis Â said. On Â top Â of Â the Â confusion Â and Â anger Â was Â anxiety Â over Â the Â lack Â of Â communication Â with Â loved Â ones Â in Â the Â states. Â Nyenhuis Â was Â not Â able Â to Â reassure Â his Â wife Â that Â everything Â by Â him Â was Â safe Â until Â two Â days Â after Â the Â attack. Â Some Â people Â waited Â almost Â a Â week Â without Â any Â word Â from Â their Â family Â and Â friends Â in Â New Â York Â because Â of Â the Â jam Â in Â communica-Â tion Â outlets. Finally, Â Nyenhuis Â went Â home Â at Â the Â end Â RIKLVPLVVLRQLQ2FWREHU+HFDPHKRPHWRD much Â different Â home Â than Â he Â left. â€œFor Â one Â thing, Â the Â airports Â were Â emp-Â ty,â€? Â Nyenhuis Â said. Â â€œThen, Â everywhere Â you Â ORRNHG \RX VDZ $PHULFDQ Ă€DJV RQ DOPRVW every Â home, Â business, Â and Â bumper Â sticker. Â It Â was Â amazing Â how Â much Â patriotism Â that Â event Â EURXJKWWRWKHĂ€RRUKRZSHRSOHUHDOL]HGKRZ much Â this Â country Â meant Â to Â them.â€? 1\HQKXLVH[SHULHQFHGWKHSDWULRWLVPÂżUVW hand. â€œEverywhere Â I Â went Â in Â uniform, Â people Â would Â thank Â me, Â I Â had Â dinners Â bought Â for Â me Â by Â people Â I Â will Â never Â meet, Â and Â that Â kind Â of Â stuff Â didnâ€™t Â happen Â before Â 9/11,â€? Â Nyenhuis Â said. Life Â kept Â changing Â in Â the Â following Â years. Â Before Â 9/11, Â people Â joined Â the Â Army Â Reserve Â and Â National Â Guard Â with Â the Â expectation Â that Â they Â would Â never Â go Â to Â battle. Â As Â the Â War Â on Â Terror Â progressed, Â military Â efforts Â increased. Â By Â 2003, Â members Â of Â the Â Army Â Reserve Â and Â National Â Guard Â could Â expect Â to Â be Â mobilized Â every Â three Â years. September Â 11, Â 2001 Â changed Â Americanâ€™s Â history, Â and Â things Â will Â never Â go Â back Â to Â the Â way Â they Â were Â before Â that Â tragic Â day. Â Wheth-Â er Â that Â is Â a Â good Â or Â bad Â thing Â is Â not Â always Â easy Â to Â tell. Âł7KHUHZDVVXFKDORVVRIOLIHFLYLO ians Â died, Â the Â largest Â attack Â on Â civilians Â we Â have Â ever Â had,â€? Â Nyenhuis Â said. Â â€œFor Â that Â reason Â alone, Â itâ€™s Â important Â to Â remember Â this Â day. Â We Â were Â attacked Â for Â our Â ideals Â and Â by Â someone Â who Â doesnâ€™t Â share Â our Â same Â ideals Â for Â freedom Â that Â we Â have Â in Â this Â country. Â And Â itâ€™s Â important Â to Â remember Â how Â we Â came Â to-Â gether Â as Â a Â country Â in Â the Â aftermath.â€? JacquestSL01@uww.edu
WEDNESDAY â€œThere Â is Â a Â thin Â line Â that Â separates Â laughter Â and Â pain, Â comedy Â and Â tragedy, Â humor Â and Â hurt.â€? Â -ÂErma Â Bombeck
September Â 11, Â 2013
Arts Â & Â Rec Â Editor: Ben Â Holzhueter
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Comedian Â returns Â to Â familiar Â stage By Ben Holzhueter Comedian Â Eric Â Oâ€™Shea Â hasnâ€™t Â performed Â at Â UW-ÂWhitewater Â since Â 2007, Â but Â he Â still Â fondly Â re-Â calls Â his Â last Â time Â here. â€œThe Â students Â were Â very Â sharp,â€? Â Oâ€™Shea Â said. Â â€œI Â remember Â the Â fun, Â I Â remember Â the Â looseness, Â and Â I Â remember Â how Â they Â got Â ev-Â erything. Â Iâ€™m Â very Â much Â looking Â forward Â to Â being Â here Â again.â€? Oâ€™Shea Â will Â take Â the Â stage Â at Â 8 Â p.m. Â Sept. Â 12 Â in Â the Â UC-ÂDown Â Under. Even Â though Â he Â enjoyed Â his Â last Â time Â performing Â here, Â Oâ€™Shea Â said Â he Â knows Â the Â college Â crowd Â has Â changed Â greatly Â in Â just Â six Â years, Â and Â heâ€™ll Â have Â to Â make Â sure Â heâ€™s Â at Â the Â top Â of Â his Â game. Â â€œYou Â have Â to Â be Â sharper Â than Â ever,â€? Â Oâ€™Shea Â said. Â â€œBack Â then, Â for Â whatever Â reason, Â it Â was Â a Â sim-Â pler Â time. Â I Â donâ€™t Â mean Â to Â make Â it Â sound Â like Â Iâ€™m Â 80 Â years Â old, Â but Â it Â was.â€? It Â has Â been Â almost Â 20 Â years Â VLQFH 2Âś6KHD ÂżUVW VWDUWLQJ GRLQJ stand-Âup Â at Â Marquette Â University. Â He Â had Â planned Â to Â major Â in Â sports Â broadcasting, Â but Â his Â senior Â year Â he Â discovered Â his Â love Â of Â putting Â on Â a Â show. Â Oâ€™Shea Â said Â he Â decided Â to Â go Â to Â an Â open Â mic Â night, Â got Â hooked Â and Â never Â looked Â back. Â He Â started Â out Â in Â Milwaukee Â and Â did Â anything Â it Â took Â to Â do Â comedy, Â including Â sleeping Â in Â his Â car Â and Â working Â for Â small Â sums Â at Â bowling Â alleys. Â
He Â eventually Â moved Â to Â New Â York Â City Â and Â has Â been Â there Â for Â the Â last Â 15 Â years, Â but Â Oâ€™Shea Â said Â he Â never Â misses Â a Â chance Â to Â come Â back Â to Â the Â Midwest. Â â€œI Â enjoy Â New Â York Â City, Â but Â I Â have Â not Â forgotten Â where Â I Â start-Â ed,â€? Â Oâ€™Shea Â said. Â â€œIâ€™ve Â always Â fallen Â in Â love Â with Â the Â Midwest Â people. Â Theyâ€™re Â some Â of Â the Â kind-Â est Â and Â most Â real, Â and Â they Â make Â for Â great Â crowds.â€? Some Â of Â his Â favorite Â Midwest Â crowds Â are Â college Â audiences, Â Oâ€™Shea Â said, Â and Â since Â 1995, Â heâ€™s Â averaged Â 60-Â70 Â college Â shows Â a Â year. Â Oâ€™Shea, Â nominated Â six Â times Â for Â national Â college Â performer Â of Â the Â year, Â said Â he Â is Â grateful Â and Â blessed Â for Â all Â the Â support Â heâ€™s Â re-Â ceived Â from Â the Â schools Â over Â the Â years, Â and Â that Â the Â audiences Â do Â a Â good Â job Â of Â keeping Â his Â material Â fresh. Â â€œThe Â energy Â is Â there;Íž Â the Â youth Â is Â there;Íž Â the Â excitement Â is Â there,â€? Â Oâ€™Shea Â said. Â Â â€œThey Â keep Â you Â honest. Â You Â canâ€™t Â do Â cheap Â mate-Â rial.â€? Â W h e n Â 2Âś6KHD ZDV ÂżUVW starting Â out, Â Lee there Â wasnâ€™t Â the Â access Â to Â social Â media Â like Â there Â is Â now. Â With Â the Â rise Â of Â sites Â such Â as Â YouTube, Â Facebook Â and Â Twitter, Â Oâ€™Shea Â said Â he Â works Â especially Â hard Â to Â stay Â relevant Â and Â sharp. Â
I Â have Â been Â listening Â to Â Franz Â Ferdinand Â since Â I Â was Â in Â high Â school, Â yet Â I Â had Â no Â idea Â the Â band Â was Â coming Â out Â with Â its Â fourth Â album Â already. Â The Â moment Â I Â found Â out Â they Â had Â released Â their Â new Â album, Â I Â immediately Â down-Â loaded Â it. Â â€œRight Â Thoughts. Â Right Â Words. Â Right Â Actionâ€? Â sounds Â and Â feels Â like Â the Â Franz Â Ferdinand Â I Â started Â listening Â to Â years Â ago. Formed Â in Â 2002 Â at Â the Â Glasgow Â Art Â School Â in Â the Â U.K., Â the Â Scottish Â alternative Â rock Â band Â consists Â of Â Alex Â Kapranos Â on Â lead Â vocals Â and Â guitar, Â Nick Â McCarthy Â on Â rhythm Â guitar, Â key-Â boards Â and Â backing Â vocals, Â Bob Â Hardy Â on Â bass Â guitar, Â and Â Paul Â Thomson Â on Â drums, Â percussion Â and Â backing Â vocals. â€œTake Â Me Â Out,â€? Â the Â bandâ€™s Â VHFRQGVLQJOHDQGÂżUVWELJVXFFHVV reached Â No. Â 3 Â in Â the Â UK Â charts. Â Since Â then, Â Franz Â Ferdinand Â has Â released Â a Â total Â of Â four Â al-Â
bums, Â titled Â â€œFranz Â Ferdinand,â€? Â their Â debut Â album, Â â€œTonightâ€? Â and Â â€œYou Â Could Â Have Â It Â So Â Much Â Better,â€? Â a Â platinum Â selling Â album Â in Â the Â U.K. Â and Â gold Â selling Â al-Â bum Â in Â the Â U.S. Franz Â Ferdinandâ€™s Â latest Â al-Â bum, Â â€œRight Â Thoughts. Â Right Â Words. Â Right Â Actionâ€? Â was Â re-Â leased Â on Â Aug Â 26 Â in Â the Â U.K. Â and Â on Â the Â 27 Â here Â in Â the Â U.S. Commentary by The Â deluxe Â Josh Hafemeister album Â includes Â Opinion Editor ten Â new Â tracks, Â as Â well Â as Â 13 Â live Â renditions Â of Â songs Â from Â this Â album Â and Â pre-Â vious Â albums Â including Â â€œNo Â You Â Girls,â€? Â â€œCanâ€™t Â Stop Â Feeling,â€? Â and Â â€œUlyssesâ€? Â from Â their Â album, Â â€œTo-Â night,â€? Â and Â â€œDo Â You Â Want Â Toâ€? Â from Â the Â album Â â€œYou Â Could Â Have Â It Â So Â Much Â Better.â€? Â I Â have Â mixed Â
Arts Â & Â Rec Â Editor
Eric Oâ€™Shea has averaged 60-70 college shows a year since 1995. Sept. 16 will mark his 20th anniversary performing stand-up comedy. Oâ€™Shea said he will be returning to UW-Whitewater for at least the fifth time in his career.
â€œThese Â students Â have Â seen Â it Â all,â€? Â Oâ€™Shea Â said. Â â€œYouâ€™ve Â got Â to Â really Â prove Â yourself. Â Itâ€™s Â really Â satisfying Â when Â someone Â says Â nice Â job Â or Â they Â have Â you Â back Â somewhere, Â like Â Whitewater. Â You Â know Â youâ€™re Â doing Â something Â right.â€? SEAL Â entertainment Â intern Â Rachel Â Lee Â helped Â book Â Oâ€™Shea Â at Â UW-ÂWhitewater Â and Â said Â she Â WKRXJKW KH ZDV D JRRG ÂżW IRU WKH school. Â â€œHe Â does Â things Â that Â are Â funny Â and Â will Â appeal Â to Â students Â in Â col-Â lege,â€? Â Lee Â said. Lee Â said Â working Â with Â him Â this Â semester Â has Â gone Â really Â well Â so Â far, Â and Â comedians Â usually Â draw Â a Â
big Â crowd. The Â crowds Â are Â one Â of Â the Â main Â reasons Â Oâ€™Shea Â said Â heâ€™s Â been Â doing Â this Â for Â 20 Â years Â and Â never Â once Â called Â it Â â€œwork.â€? Âł,WKLQNWKDWUHDOO\GHÂżQHVKRZ much Â I Â love Â what Â I Â do,â€? Â Oâ€™Shea Â said. Â â€œComedy Â is Â a Â relationship. Â I Â canâ€™t Â do Â it Â without Â a Â great Â crowd. Â Iâ€™m Â nothing Â without Â them.â€? SEAL Â is Â expecting Â a Â packed Â house, Â and Â Lee Â said Â students Â should Â try Â to Â get Â there Â early Â be-Â FDXVH LW ÂżOOV XS IDVW HVSHFLDOO\ with Â a Â comedian Â as Â popular Â as Â Oâ€™Shea. Â Â â€œI Â think Â he Â offers Â a Â wide Â range Â of Â humor Â that Â a Â lot Â of Â students Â are Â going Â to Â enjoy,â€? Â Lee Â said. Â â€œIt Â
feelings Â on Â this, Â as Â I Â would Â rather Â go Â to Â a Â concert Â and Â hear Â the Â live Â rendition Â for Â myself Â rather Â than Â on Â my Â iPod. Â The Â album Â starts Â off Â right Â away Â with Â a Â more Â upbeat Â tempo Â with Â the Â song Â â€œRight Â Action.â€? Â This Â song Â and Â its Â snazzy Â tempo Â is Â reminiscent Â of Â Franz Â Ferdinandâ€™s Â hit Â single Â â€œTake Â Me Â Out.â€? Â The Â tempo Â continues Â with Â â€œEvil Â Eye,â€? Â which Â sounds Â as Â though Â it Â should Â be Â played Â at Â Halloween Â parties, Â â€œLove Â Illumination,â€? Â â€œStand Â on Â WKH +RUL]RQÂ´ DQG ÂżQDOO\ Âł%XO letâ€?. Â Other Â songs Â on Â the Â album, Â including Â â€œFresh Â Strawberriesâ€? Â and Â â€œBrief Â Encounters,â€? Â have Â a Â mellower Â tempo. I Â will Â not Â say Â it Â is Â Franz Â Fer-Â dinandâ€™s Â best Â album. Â I Â enjoy Â it Â and Â do Â not Â regret Â purchasing Â it. Â However, Â I Â still Â think Â their Â best Â album Â to Â date Â is Â â€œTonight.â€? Â Re-Â leased Â Jan. Â 24, Â 2009, Â the Â band Â added Â dance Â and Â electronic Â music Â to Â their Â repertoire. Â Where Â â€œRight Â
Thoughts. Â Right Â Words. Â Right Â Actionâ€? Â might Â sound Â like Â an Â al-Â bum Â about Â break-Â ing Â up, Â â€œTonightâ€? Â sounds Â more Â like Â a Â night Â on Â the Â town, Â stopping Â at Â local Â pubs Â and Â meeting Â new Â people. Â Â â€œTonightâ€? Â has Â plenty Â of Â Franz Â Ferdinandâ€™s Â snazzy Â beats Â that Â they Â incor-Â porate Â in Â plenty Â of Â their Â songs. Â â€œRight Â Thoughts. Â Right Â Words. Â Right Â Actionâ€? Â has Â only Â a Â handful Â of Â songs Â that Â really Â get Â me Â tap-Â ping Â my Â feet. While Â the Â album Â â€œRight Â Thoughts. Â Right Â Words. Â Right Â Actionâ€? Â still Â has Â that Â Franz Â Fer-Â dinand Â feel, Â its Â shortage Â of Â the Â upbeat Â tempo Â that Â the Â band Â typi-Â cally Â incorporates Â makes Â this Â RQH D VROLG WKUHH RXW RI ÂżYH ,I you Â are Â new Â to Â alternative Â rock Â bands, Â Franz Â Ferdinand Â is Â still Â a Â great Â entry Â point Â into Â the Â genre. Â
gives Â you Â something Â to Â do Â on Â a Â Thursday Â night Â if Â youâ€™ve Â had Â a Â long Â week Â at Â school. Â You Â can Â con-Â nect Â with Â the Â community Â and Â meet Â new Â people. Â When Â asked Â to Â make Â a Â pitch Â on Â why Â students Â should Â come Â out Â and Â see Â him, Â Oâ€™Shea Â didnâ€™t Â even Â hesitate. Â â€œThereâ€™s Â going Â to Â be Â a Â totally Â different Â twist Â on Â what Â you Â might Â think Â of Â comedy,â€? Â Oâ€™Shea Â said. Â â€œWeâ€™re Â talking Â about Â beer Â and Â pot Â and Â fraternity Â halls. Â Weâ€™re Â talking Â about Â stuff Â you Â and Â I Â do Â everyday. Â You Â get Â to Â laugh Â at Â yourself Â and Â me.â€? Â HolzhuetBM04@uww.edu
If Â youâ€™re Â already Â a Â fan Â of Â Franz Â Ferdinand, Â you Â cannot Â go Â wrong Â with Â adding Â the Â album Â to Â your Â collection.
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WEDNESDAY â€œA Â school Â without Â football Â is Â in Â danger Â of Â deteriorating Â into Â a Â medieval study Â hall.â€? Â -ÂVince Â Lombardi
September Â 11, Â 2013
Sports Â Editor: Kevin Â Cunningham
Assistant Â Editor: Andrea Â Sidlauskas PAGE Â 13
Moore powers â€™Hawks to 1-Â0 start Football By Kevin Cunningham Sports Â Editor
In Â front Â of Â a Â crowd Â of Â 4,282 Â people, Â the Â UW-ÂWhitewater Â foot-Â ball Â team Â opened Â the Â 2013 Â season Â at Â Perkins Â Stadium Â on Â Saturday, Â Sept. Â 7 Â with Â a Â 17-Â7 Â win Â over Â the Â Washington Â University-ÂSaint Â Louis Â Bears. The Â 10-Âpoint Â win Â wasnâ€™t Â as Â comfortable Â as Â the Â score Â may Â indicate Â for Â the Â Warhawks, Â but Â a Â 17-Âpoint Â fourth Â quarter Â spoke Â volumes Â to Â head Â coach Â Lance Â Leipold Â about Â his Â team. â€œIt Â wasnâ€™t Â overly Â pretty, Â but Â we Â had Â a Â lot Â of Â guys Â out Â WKHUH SOD\LQJ WKHLU ÂżUVW JDPHVÂ´ Leipold Â said. Â â€œIâ€™m Â very Â proud Â of Â this Â team. Â We Â found Â a Â way Â to Â make Â plays Â when Â we Â needed Â to. Â I Â have Â no Â question Â about Â any-Â ERG\ÂśVHIIRUWOHYHOWRGD\Â´ It Â didnâ€™t Â take Â long Â for Â the Â Âś+DZNV WR ÂżQG WKHPVHOYHV WUDLO LQJLQWKHLUÂżUVWJDPHRIWKHVHD son. Â Bears Â senior Â quarterback Â Eric Â Daginella Â found Â wide Â re-Â ceiver Â Will Â Smith Â for Â a Â 29-Âyard Â touchdown Â pass Â not Â even Â four Â minutes Â into Â the Â game. Â From Â that Â point Â on, Â neither Â team Â found Â any Â offensive Â mo-Â PHQWXP DQG WKH ÂżUVW KDOI HQG ed Â with Â the Â Bears Â leading Â the Â Âś+DZNV,WZDVWKHÂżUVWWLPH since Â Oct. Â 20, Â 2012, Â against Â UW-Â Oshkosh Â that Â the Â team Â was Â held Â scoreless Â in Â a Â half Â at Â home. The Â â€™Hawks Â compiled Â a Â net Â of Â 33 Â yards Â on Â 19 Â carries Â in Â the Â ÂżUVWKDOIEXWMXQLRUUXQQLQJEDFN Ryan Â Givens Â totaled Â 51 Â yards Â on Â eight Â carries. Junior Â quarterback Â Matt Â Beh-Â rendt Â threw Â for Â 82 Â yards Â during Â WKHÂżUVWKDOIFRPSOHWLQJVHYHQRI 11 Â passing Â attempts Â while Â getting Â sacked Â twice. Â Junior Â wide Â receiv-Â er Â Jake Â Kumerow Â said Â a Â simple Â message Â was Â conveyed Â around Â the Â team Â during Â halftime Â after Â a Â ODFNOXVWHUÂżUVWKDOISHUIRUPDQFH â€œThere Â was Â not Â much Â to Â say Â other Â than, Â â€˜You Â know Â what Â guys? Â Weâ€™re Â not Â taking Â this Â ORVVÂśÂ´.XPHURZVDLG The Â third Â quarter Â proved Â to Â be Â much Â of Â the Â same Â for Â the Â â€™Hawks, Â as Â offensively, Â zero Â points Â were Â scored. Â Defensively, Â the Â team Â continued Â its Â dominance, Â only Â al-Â lowing Â 21 Â passing Â yards Â and Â two Â ÂżUVWGRZQVLQWKHWKLUGTXDUWHU In Â the Â fourth Â quarter, Â the Â tide Â started Â to Â change Â for Â the Â â€™Hawks. Â 7KHGHIHQVHVWLĂ€HGWKH%HDUVÂśRI IHQVH DOORZLQJ ]HUR ÂżUVW GRZQV the Â entire Â quarter. Â After Â numer-Â ous Â opportunities Â for Â the Â â€™Hawksâ€™ Â offense Â to Â get Â going, Â the Â running Â game Â started Â to Â shine Â as Â the Â of-Â fensive Â line Â began Â opening Â up Â holes. Despite Â only Â carrying Â the Â ball Â two Â times Â last Â season, Â sophomore Â
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Warhawk wide receiver Jake Kumerow, right, led the â€™Hawks with three catches for 66 yards in the teamâ€™s 17-7 victory over Washington University-Saint Louis. Kumerow had the only receiving touchdown in the game for the â€™Hawks.
running Â back Â Dennis Â Moore Â pro-Â wide Â open Â in Â the Â end Â zone Â on Â a Â vided Â the Â spark Â for Â the Â â€™Hawksâ€™ Â play Â action Â pass. Â offense. Â Moore Â carried Â the Â ball Â After Â the Â next Â â€™Hawks Â posses-Â 12 Â times Â in Â the Â fourth Â quarter, Â sion, Â Kindler Â was Â forced Â to Â punt, Â totaling Â 80 Â yards Â and Â scoring Â a Â but Â a Â fumble Â forced Â by Â sopho-Â touchdown. Â more Â linebacker Â Justin Â Dischler Â Moore Â was Â happy Â to Â be Â a Â big Â gave Â the Â team Â the Â ball Â back Â with Â part Â of Â the Â teamâ€™s Â victory Â but Â was Â 3:20 Â remaining Â in Â the Â game Â and Â a Â TXLFNWRVKLQHWKHOLJKWRQWKHÂżYH 10-Â7 Â lead. men Â blocking Â for Â him Â up Â front. Once Â again, Â the Â team Â only Â Âł,W ZDV D JUHDW H[SHULHQFHÂ´ needed Â one Â play Â to Â score. Â This Â Moore Â said. Â time, Â it Â was Â â€œThe Â whole Â line Â Moore Â running Â really Â stepped Â 28 Â yards Â for Â up, Â and Â the Â holes Â WKH ÂżQDO VFRUH were Â there. Â Iâ€™m Â of Â the Â game. Â MXVW JODG , JRW His Â 81 Â yards Â on Â the Â opportunity. Â the Â day Â totaled Â After Â a Â few Â car-Â more Â than Â the Â Moore Leipold ULHV\RXMXVWJHW amount Â of Â yards Â into Â a Â rhythm. Â he Â gained Â on Â the Â The Â line Â was Â ground Â during Â hyped Â up Â and Â the Â entire Â 2012 Â fter Â a Â few Â carries Â we Â were Â roll-Â season. Â LQJÂ´ Senior Â line-Â you Â just Â get Â into Â a Â rhythm. Â With Â 9:19 Â backer Â Kyle Â The Â line Â was Â hyped Â up Â r e m a i n i n g , Â Wismer, Â who Â the Â â€™Hawks Â and Â we Â were Â rolling.â€? earned Â 2012 Â got Â within Â the Â First Â Team Â All-Â Dennis Â Moore, Bearsâ€™ Â 30-Âyard Â :,$& DV D MX running Â back OLQHIRUWKHÂżUVW nior, Â said Â the Â time Â all Â game Â teamâ€™s Â defense Â and Â elected Â to Â played Â great. DWWHPSW D \DUG ÂżHOG JRDO RQ Âł:HÂżQLVKHGVWURQJÂ´:LVPHU fourth-Âand-Âtwo. Â Senior Â kicker Â VDLG Âł:H OHW XS WKH ÂżUVW WRXFK Eric Â Kindler Â made Â the Â kick, Â GRZQRQWKDWÂżUVWGULYHEXWDIWHU which Â put Â the Â team Â on Â the Â score-Â that, Â they Â had Â one Â big Â play. Â We Â ERDUGIRUWKHÂżUVWWLPHRIWKHVHD kept Â getting Â three Â and Â outs, Â and Â son. we Â kept Â our Â composure. Â We Â did Â After Â a Â kick-Âcatching Â inter-Â ZKDWZHZHUHVXSSRVHGWRGRÂ´ ference Â penalty Â by Â the Â Bears Â Despite Â Behrendt Â only Â com-Â after Â their Â ensuing Â possession, Â pleting Â 14 Â passes Â for Â 158 Â yards Â the Â â€™Hawks Â took Â over Â at Â the Â op-Â on Â the Â day, Â Leipold Â said Â he Â was Â ponentâ€™s Â 30-Âyard Â line. Â One Â play Â proud Â of Â how Â his Â quarterback Â later, Â Behrendt Â found Â Kumerow Â stayed Â strong Â mentally.
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â€œThere Â were Â probably Â a Â few Â WLPHV>%HKUHQGW@JRWIUXVWUDWHGÂ´ Leipold Â said. Â â€œBut Â he Â got Â through Â it. Â I Â thought Â he Â handled Â things Â well Â and Â really Â led Â our Â offense. Â He Â may Â have Â gotten Â frustrated, Â EXW KH QHYHU JRW Ă€XVWHUHG WR WKH point Â where Â he Â couldnâ€™t Â make Â good Â decisions. Â He Â made Â the Â big Â WKURZZKHQZHQHHGHGKLPWRÂ´ While Â neither Â of Â the Â offenses Â thrived, Â Behrendtâ€™s Â 158 Â yards Â bested Â Daginellaâ€™s Â 147 Â yards Â for Â the Â Bears. Â 'DJLQHOODÂżQLVKHGWKHGD\JR ing Â nine Â for Â 26 Â through Â the Â air, Â getting Â sacked Â once Â by Â â€™Hawksâ€™ Â senior Â defensive Â lineman Â Mar-Â shall Â Rutherford. Zero Â receivers Â in Â the Â game Â got Â past Â the Â century Â mark Â in Â re-Â ceiving Â yards, Â and Â no Â receiver Â had Â more Â than Â three Â catches. The Â leading Â receiver Â for Â the Â â€™Hawks Â was Â Kumerow, Â who Â caught Â three Â balls Â for Â 66 Â yards Â and Â scored Â a Â touchdown. Â No Â oth-Â er Â reveiver Â on Â the Â team Â totaled Â more Â than Â 23 Â yards Â receiving. On Â the Â defensive Â side Â of Â the Â ball, Â Wismer Â led Â the Â â€™Hawks Â with Â VHYHQ WRWDO WDFNOHV DQG MXQLRU cornerback Â Brady Â Grayvold Â had Â the Â teamâ€™s Â only Â interception Â in Â the Â 17-Â7 Â victory. Â The Â â€™Hawks Â have Â a Â bye Â week Â Sept. Â 14, Â but Â play Â again Â on Â Satur-Â day, Â Sept. Â 21 Â against Â the Â Buffalo Â State Â College Â Bengals Â in Â Buffalo, Â N.Y. Â The Â Bengals Â defeated Â the Â â€™Hawks Â last Â year, Â 7-Â6, Â in Â White-Â water, Â which Â snapped Â the Â teamâ€™s Â 46-Âgame Â win Â streak. CunninghKT25@uww.edu
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Sports Briefs Womenâ€™s Â Soccer The Â Warhawk Â womenâ€™s Â soccer Â team Â won Â their Â third Â consecutive Â game Â this Â past Â Sunday, Â shutting Â out Â St. Â Cath-Â erineâ€™s Â 3-Â0. Â Freshman Â Carly Â 3RWWOH VFRUHG WZR ÂżUVWKDOI JRDOV ZKLOH IUHVKPDQ &DULQD Krausert Â secured Â the Â win Â with Â KHUÂżUVWJRDORIWKHVHDVRQLQ the Â 50th Â minute. Â Jordan Â My-Â ers Â and Â Emily Â Haeger Â had Â two Â saves Â each, Â contributing Â to Â the Â â€™Hawksâ€™ Â shut Â out. Â The Â â€™Hawks Â improved Â their Â record Â to Â 3-Â0-Â1 Â and Â will Â WUDYHOWR0DULDQIRUWKHLUQH[W match Â on Â Sept. Â 11. Â Womenâ€™s Â Golf The Â Warhawk Â womenâ€™s Â JROIWHDPÂżQLVKHGWKLQWKH 18-Âteam Â Olivet Â Fall Â Invitation Â this Â past Â Saturday Â in Â Mar-Â shall, Â Mich. Â Sammie Â Lieb-Â ham Â and Â Claudia Â Rhein Â both Â VKRWVOHDGLQJWKHZD\IRU
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Runners eye nationals Cross Country By Justin Woodard 6WDII:ULWHU
7KH VWRULHV RI WKH PHQÂśV DQG womenâ€™s Â cross Â country Â teams Â at Â UW-ÂWhitewater Â heading Â into Â the Â VHDVRQDUHTXLWHGLIIHUHQW Â While Â the Â men Â return Â every-Â ERG\ IURP ODVW VHDVRQ LQFOXGLQJ top Â runners Â Dawson Â Miller, Â Kevin Â Buntman, Â Quinn Â Farley Â and Â Mat-Â thew Â Rudquist, Â the Â women Â lose Â ÂżYHRIWKHLUWRSHLJKWUXQQHUVIURP last Â season, Â including Â All-ÂAmeri-Â can Â Alyssa Â Duncan. +HDG FRDFK -HII 0LOOHU KDV been Â pleased Â with Â the Â training Â and Â conditioning Â on Â both Â the Â menâ€™s Â and Â womenâ€™s Â side, Â but Â he Â believes Â the Â men Â might Â be Â a Â little Â more Â pre-Â pared Â to Â make Â a Â run Â at Â Nationals. Âł:H DUH GHÂżQLWHO\ EHWWHU WKDQ ODVW\HDUEXWLWLVJRLQJWREHGLI ÂżFXOWÂ´ 0LOOHU VDLG Âł:H PLJKW EH PHQWLRQHGLQ1DWLRQDOVWDONÂ´ 0LOOHUVDLGWKHWRSIRXURQWKH menâ€™s Â side Â are Â pretty Â much Â set Â
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The Warhawks hosted their annual Alumni-Intrasquad meet on the campus course here at UW-Whitewater this past Saturday.
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â€™Hawks look to make it seven straight titles the Â 2012-Â13 Â season Â ranked Â in Â the Â Intercollegiate Â Tennis Â Associa-Â WLRQ'LYLVLRQ,,,&HQWUDO5HJLRQ By Andrea Sidlauskas 7KH Âś+DZNV RIÂżFLDOO\ EHJDQ $VVLVWDQW6SRUWV(GLWRU SOD\ RQ $XJ ZLWK WKHLU ÂżUVW 9-Â0 Â sweep Â of Â the Â year, Â this Â time Â If Â this Â past Â weekendâ€™s Â match-Â RYHUWDNLQJ(GJHZRRG&ROOHJHLQ es Â are Â any Â indication Â of Â the Â up-Â the Â season Â home Â opener. coming Â season Â for Â the Â Warhawk Â They Â continued Â their Â quest Â womenâ€™s Â tennis Â team, Â the Â players Â to Â conference Â supremacy Â Aug. Â ZLOOGHÂżQLWHO\KDYHVRPHWKLQJWR UHLJQLQJ RYHU WKH HLJKWWHDP celebrate. Â LQYLWDWLRQDO KRVWHG DW :DQJHULQ The Â â€™Hawks Â hosted Â Wheaton Â Courts. Â College Â this Â past Â â€œIn Â the Â pre-Â Saturday Â and Â season Â [the Â maintained Â their Â players] Â worked Â perfect Â record, Â hard, Â and Â itâ€™s Â sweeping Â the Â paid Â off Â so Â far,â€? Â Thunder, Â 9-Â0. Â head Â coach Â â€œ T h e y â€™ r e Â Frank Â Barnes Â a Â tough Â team. Â said. Barnes Bayliss Theyâ€™re Â proba-Â F r e s h m a n Â bly Â the Â toughest Â Megan Â Hum-Â weâ€™ll Â face Â this Â SKUH\VSURYHGWR fall,â€? Â senior Â Al-Â be Â a Â force Â to Â be Â exandra Â Bayl-Â reckoned Â with, Â eâ€™ve Â won Â six Â iss Â said. Â â€œIt Â was Â earning Â UW-Â years Â in Â a Â row Â now, Â a Â good Â start Â to Â Whitewater Â ath-Â our Â season. Â We Â so Â weâ€™re Â just Â trying Â to Â lete Â of Â the Â week Â showed Â great Â make Â it Â seven.â€? IRU KHU DFKLHYH team Â effort.â€? Â ment Â in Â singles Â Alexandra Â Bayliss, competition Â dur-Â Bayliss Â de-Â senior LQJWKHLQYLWH feated Â Sarah Â Ray Â at Â No. Â 1 Â â€œShe Â is Â prob-Â singles, Â 7-Â5 Â and Â ably Â going Â to Â be Â 6-Â4, Â and Â part-Â in Â the Â lineup Â for Â nered Â with Â Jackie Â Vitale Â to Â con-Â HYHU\PDWFKZKLFKLVSUHWW\LP quer Â Ray Â and Â Julie Â Buursma Â at Â SUHVVLYHÂ´%D\OLVVVDLGDERXWKHU No. Â 1 Â doubles, Â 8-Â3. Â teammate. Â â€œAs Â a Â freshman, Â that Â Both Â Ray Â and Â Burrsma Â ended Â GRHVQÂśWKDSSHQYHU\RIWHQÂ´
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Senior Alexandra Bayliss, the Warhawksâ€™ No. 1 singles and doubles player, led the team to a 9-0 sweep over Wheaton College this past Saturday.
Bayliss Â and Â Vitale Â were Â named Â athletes Â of Â the Â week Â in Â doubles Â competition Â for Â the Â sec-Â RQGFRQVHFXWLYHZHHNDIWHUWKHLU stellar Â performances Â in Â both Â the Â LQYLWDWLRQDO DQG WKH :KHDWRQ matchup. Â All Â three Â players Â were Â granted Â Wisconsin Â Intercollegiate Â Ath-Â letic Â Conference Â athletes Â of Â the Â week Â honors. While Â Barnes Â preaches Â a Â â€œone Â week Â at Â a Â timeâ€? Â mentality Â to Â his Â SOD\HUV %D\OLVV LV FRQÂżGHQW LQ her Â teammates Â as Â they Â head Â into Â the Â season.
â€œOur Â main Â goal Â is Â to Â win Â conference Â again,â€? Â Bayliss Â said. Â Âł:HÂśYH ZRQ VL[ \HDUV LQ D URZ now, Â so Â weâ€™re Â just Â trying Â to Â make Â LWVHYHQÂ´ 7KHÂś+DZNVZLOOWUDYHOWR(DX Claire Â on Â Friday Â as Â they Â look Â to Â uphold Â their Â perfect Â record Â against Â the Â â€™Hawksâ€™ Â undefeated Â conference Â foe. 7KH %OXJROGV KDYH ZRQ HDFK of Â their Â matches Â this Â season Â by Â scores Â of Â 9-Â0, Â 8-Â1 Â and Â 9-Â0. SidlauskAM06@uww.edu
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â€™Hawks Â look Â to Â regain Â control Â of Â WIAC Menâ€™s Soccer By Justin St. Peter Staff Â Writer
Last Â year Â was Â the Â first Â time Â the Â â€™Hawks Â menâ€™s Â soccer Â team Â did Â not Â win Â the Â WIAC Â confer-Â ence, Â with Â a Â record Â of Â 8-Â5-Â3 Â (2-Â1-Â 1 Â in Â conference). Â It Â also Â marked Â the Â first Â time Â they Â lost Â a Â conference Â game Â in Â the Â teamâ€™s Â four-Âyear Â history Â in Â the Â WIAC. Â This Â all Â happened Â in Â an Â over-Â time Â game Â goal Â to Â UW-ÂPlatteville Â on Â Oct. Â 4 Â last Â year. The Â â€™Hawks Â would Â like Â to Â re-Â claim Â their Â WIAC Â Championship Â but Â are Â not Â focusing Â on Â that. Â â€œI Â think Â the Â main Â focus Â this Â year Â is Â taking Â one Â game Â at Â a Â time,â€? Â second Â year Â head Â coach Â Tony Â Guinn Â said. Â â€œYou Â canâ€™t Â think Â too Â far Â in Â advance.â€? Â Taking Â it Â one Â game Â a Â time Â seems Â to Â be Â working, Â as Â the Â â€™Hawks Â have Â been Â rolling Â to Â start Â the Â season. Â The Â â€™Hawks Â opened Â up Â the Â season Â with Â a Â 3-Â0 Â shutout Â against Â St. Â Norbert Â and Â followed Â it Â up Â with Â a Â 2-Â0 Â win Â against Â Edge-Â wood. Â In Â both Â games, Â they Â did Â not Â allow Â a Â shot Â on Â goal. Junior Â midfielder Â John Â Gottwald Â scored Â the Â first Â goal Â of Â the Â year Â on Â a Â direct Â free Â kick Â eight Â yards Â out Â of Â the Â box Â in Â the Â first Â half. Â
Junior Â midfielder Â Sam Â Kuchenreuther Â has Â scored Â in Â each Â contest. Â Sophomore Â forward Â Xander Â Lien Â and Â junior Â defender Â Kody Â Mjelde Â also Â have Â goals Â on Â the Â season. â€œThey Â (the Â wins) Â were Â just Â a Â big Â team Â effort,â€? Â senior Â defender Â Bob Â Shone Â said. Â â€œIf Â you Â look Â at Â the Â box Â score, Â 26 Â players Â played Â and Â 26 Â players Â contributed. Â We Â played Â a Â really Â good Â team, Â and Â it Â took Â every Â player Â to Â beat Â them.â€? The Â â€™Hawks Â come Â into Â the Â season Â having Â lost Â WIAC Â Co-Â Player Â of Â the Â Year, Â forward Â Lo-Â gan Â Fye, Â and Â three Â others. Â Fye Â led Â the Â WIAC Â with Â six Â goals Â and Â 14 Â points Â total, Â includ-Â ing Â two Â game-Âwinning Â goals. Â Without Â Fye Â and Â the Â other Â players Â that Â moved Â on Â from Â the Â program, Â the Â team Â will Â rely Â on Â their Â deep Â talent Â pool Â and Â depth Â to Â make Â their Â run. Â â€œThe Â big Â advantages Â for Â Whitewater Â in Â soccer Â right Â now Â is Â our Â tal-Â ent Â pool Â and Â our Â depth,â€? Â said Â Guinn. Â â€œOther Â teams Â sub Â like Â 4-Â5 Â guys, Â while Â Guinn we Â can Â sub Â 10-Â 14 Â guys, Â and Â our Â level Â of Â play Â doesnâ€™t Â drop.â€? Guinn Â has Â what Â he Â calls Â â€œun-Â orthodoxâ€? Â goals Â for Â the Â team. Â
â€œWe Â have Â three Â team Â goals: Â do Â your Â best, Â do Â whatâ€™s Â right Â and Â treat Â others Â the Â way Â you Â want Â to Â be Â treated,â€? Â Guinn Â said. Â â€œWe Â donâ€™t Â dwell Â on Â the Â conversa-Â tions Â on Â winning Â and Â champion-Â Shone ships.â€? The Â team Â took Â a Â trip Â to Â Ireland Â over Â the Â summer Â with Â Guinn, Â who Â grew Â up Â there, Â as Â a Â team Â bonding Â ses-Â
sion. Â They Â did Â some Â sightseeing Â and Â grew Â as Â a Â team. Â All Â three Â captains, Â Gottwald, Â Shone Â and Â senior Â defender Â Kyle Â Sundby, Â were Â there Â to Â lead Â the Â team Â in Â what Â Guinn Â called Â a Â â€œkickoff Â party.â€? Even Â though Â the Â â€™Hawks Â in-Â sist Â on Â fousing Â on Â one Â game Â at Â a Â time, Â they Â cannot Â help Â but Â look Â at Â the Â revenge Â game Â against Â Plat-Â teville. Â â€œIf Â we Â had Â to Â pick Â one Â game Â on Â the Â schedule Â to Â kind Â of Â look Â forward Â to, Â that Â is Â the Â team Â we Â
are Â looking Â at,â€? Â Shone Â said. Sundby Â has Â even Â higher Â ex-Â pectations Â while Â agreeing Â they Â are Â still Â taking Â it Â one Â game Â a Â time. Â â€œI Â think Â we Â have Â all Â the Â piec-Â es Â together Â right Â now Â to Â make Â a Â solid Â run Â this Â year,â€? Â Sundby Â said. â€™Hawks Â fans Â certainly Â hope Â they Â do Â and Â can Â come Â support Â them Â this Â Saturday Â against Â Wart-Â burg Â College Â (3-Â0-Â1) Â at Â 2:00 Â p.m. Â at Â Fiskum Â Field Â in Â Whitewater. StPeterJR26@uww.edu
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