This fall, the Whitewater Observatory Lecture Series, hosted by UW-Whitewater's Department of Physics, explores the truth behind the "Mayan Apocalypse" and looks at real dangers posed to Earth by objects in the sky.
Michael Cohen will speak at 7 p.m. Monday, Oct. 7, in Young Auditorium. All lectures are free and open to the public.
Heather Niemeier, who conducts research on childhood obesity, has helped design Fit Families Rock, a family-focused weight loss program.
Deanne Carloni hopes to become an orchestra teacher. She's the 15th Warhawk to win the prestigious Gaarder Award.
While science is a hot topic for research every year, many other subjects drew the attention of curious students in all four colleges.
Russell Kashian knows how significant minority banks are to the communities they serve.
Over the last six months, people have spotted a fox roaming around the university. It doesn't seem to be afraid of humans, and that's a problem.
Don't miss the more than 130 student organizations who will line the north mall on Sept. 11.
Fans are asked to arrive early to allow extra time for new security measures.
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