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Vol. 01, No. 20, May 03, 2012

Photo: Bob Southard recognized by the Founders Association
University champion
A friend since ’66, Southard wins Founders salute

Robert “Bob” Southard was in this University’s corner even before it became a full-fledged, four-year institution. On Tuesday night of this week, the longtime local broadcasting exec was honored by the Founders Association for his nearly 50-year friendship. Learn more.
Photo: gallery 407 Slideshow: Photo-filled spring
Art exhibits, a native Pow Wow, various awards programs, observance of cultural traditions, the inaugural LGBTQ graduation celebration… a busy University campus can be a student photographer’s delight. Learn more.
Photo: Jeanne Stangel with the LeCalsey's Scenes from the red carpet
Well, actually, there wasn’t a red carpet. (It was more of a neutral tone.) Nevertheless, UW-Green Bay played host this week to distinguished guests attending the always-popular Founders Association spring reception. Learn more.
Photo: Maria Hinton A most memorable night
The presence of UW-Green Bay’s oldest living graduate, Mrs. Maria Hinton — whose Oneida name is Yak'-yahle, or “She Who Remembers” — made Alumni Awards Night especially memorable. See more.
Fri, May 4
Drums, New Music

Sat, May 5

WSMA Festival here

Tue, May 8
Employee cookout

Top Headlines
May graduates (900!)
will shatter record

Men’s tennis nets
first NCAA berth

Grants to local teachers
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Bye bye blossoms

And so ends one of the longer and more beautiful campus blossom seasons in recent memory. An unseasonably warm March had the flowering trees starting early, and a cool and relatively calm April kept the petals in place… until Thursday morning’s torrential rains washed most of the color to the curb. (Photo taken the week of April 27 by student photographer Lindsey Przybylski.)
Photo: Closeup of a flowering crab tree
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