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Coloring within the lines!

Tue, Feb 9     5-9 pm Phoenix Club

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Take part in our coloring party. Get a free coloring sheet and appetizer while beverages are available for purchase. Take part in the Live Action Juke Box and enter for a chance to win your very own adult coloring book.

Depression and Bipolar Disorder Support Group

Tue, Feb 9     6:00 pm University Union Manistique Room (UU-101B)

CheeseHeads – The Documentary

Wed, Feb 10     8:00pm Phoenix Room B

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Join writer and producer John Mitchell as he previews the film and and speaks about what makes Wisconsin so unique.  Free WI themed refreshments and prizes.  Sponsored by Student Life and Good Times Programming

Sam Lee – musician

Thu, Feb 11     8:00pm Phoenix Club

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Sam is a rocking singer-songwriter whose music carries heavy doses of classic rock, ballads and powerful rock anthems.  Sponsored by Good Times Programming

CheapSeats – Crimson Peak

Thu, Feb 11     6:30 p.m. and 9:05 p.m. Christie Theatre

Come watch a newly released movie in a theatre setting for only $2.00!

Sponsored by Student Life, Good Times Programming, Residence Life, and the University Union.

CheapSeats – Crimson Peak

Fri, Feb 12     6:30 p.m. and 9:05 p.m. Christie Theatre

Come watch a newly released movie in a theatre setting for only $2.00!

Sponsored by Student Life, Good Times Programming, Residence Life, and the University Union.

Bookstore Phoenix Friday Specials

Fri, Feb 12     8:00 AM - 4:30 PM Phoenix Book Store

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Valentine’s Day Scratch Off Cards are back! Stop by the store for your free scratch off card good for up to 30% off apparel and gift items. One per person.

This also connects with #uwgblove week going on in the Union and around campus.

The store will also distribute 2,000 cards at the Women’s Basketball game February 11. The cards are valid through Saturday, February 13. The store is open 10 am – 2 pm on Saturday.

Thriftin’

Sat, Feb 13     9:45 am MACH Circle

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How much can you buy with $20 in your pocket? Take a FREE trip to several thrift shops in the Green Bay area.  Who knows, you may find a great last minute Valentine’s gift.  Sign up at the UTIC or just show up at the bus.  Sponsored by Good Times Programming

CheapSeats – Crimson Peak

Sat, Feb 13     6:30 p.m. and 9:05 p.m. Christie Theatre

Come watch a newly released movie in a theatre setting for only $2.00!

Sponsored by Student Life, Good Times Programming, Residence Life, and the University Union.

CheapSeats – Crimson Peak

Sun, Feb 14     6:30 p.m. and 9:05 p.m. Christie Theatre

Come watch a newly released movie in a theatre setting for only $2.00!

Sponsored by Student Life, Good Times Programming, Residence Life, and the University Union.

Bingo-Movie Night

Mon, Feb 15     7 pm Leona Cloud Commons

 

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If you are a movie buff you will want to come and play and win prizes related to all thing movies. Popcorn and soda will be served.

What We Want to Know When We Ask This Question – Employer Perspectives

Mon, Feb 15     12:45 p.m. Phoenix Room B

Learn what answers emplyers are really looking for when they ask you interview questions. A panel of area employers will give you insight on professional interviewing.

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Brooke Shaden – Photography workshop

Tue, Feb 16     6:00pm-8:00pm Phoenix room B

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Brooke Shaden is a self-portrait artists that integrates herself into the photograph with fantastic realities within the frame. She will be hosting a photography workshop for any students interested in pushing themselves to advance their photography skills. All skill levels are welcome.  Sponsored by Good Times Programming.

The Basics of Applying to Graduate School

Tue, Feb 16     1:00 p.m. Union Room 103

Learn techniques and procedures for researching graduate programs and applying for admission to programs. Understand the differences in required testing and application requirement

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Depression and Bipolar Disorder Support Group

Tue, Feb 16     6:00 pm University Union Manistique Room (UU-101B)

LinkedIn – The Basics to Get Started

Wed, Feb 17     11:45 a.m. Union - 1965 Room

Learn about this social media networking tool that can help you begin your career. We will discuss LinkedIn groups, endorsements, recommendations, and how to connect with alumni.

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Interviewing Basics – Make a Great Impression

Wed, Feb 17     2:00 p.m. Union Room 103

Learn how to put your best foot forward when interviewing for a job or internship. Topics include how to prepare for an interview and how to answer questions.

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Pride Center Roundtable Discussion

Thu, Feb 18     5:30 p.m. - 7:00 p.m. Alumni A and B, University Union Room

Meet with LGBTQ+ and allies to talk about current LGBTQ topics. Groups discussions are fun and energetic! Open to UWGB students, employees and alumni.

Intergenerational series: Bridging the gap between young and old (panel presentation)

Thu, Feb 18     2:00 - 3:20 pm Phoenix Room B

Do you think you understand how the “older generation” ticks? Think again. A panel of retirees will share their perspectives on family, money, lifelong learning, and whatever you care to ask them. You’ll definitely laugh, you’ll probably be surprised, and you may even be inspired to rethink your own life. Sponsored by Student Life, Human Development, and Learning in Retirement.

CheapSeats – Spectre

Thu, Feb 18     6:30 p.m. and 9:05 p.m. Christie Theatre

Come watch a newly released movie in a theatre setting for only $2.00!

Sponsored by Student Life, Good Times Programming, Residence Life, and the University Union.

Dells Trip – Registration Deadline February 19

Fri, Feb 19     1:00pm Wisconsin Dells

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Our annual trip to a water park in the Wisconsin Dells takes place on March 5 & 6 but you need to register by February 19 so we can reserve the hotel rooms.  The cost is $35 for UWGB students and $70 for non students and you can sign up at the UTIC. The bus will leave at 1pm on Saturday and return on Sunday evening.  Sponsored by Good Times Programming

CheapSeats – Spectre

Fri, Feb 19     6:30 p.m. and 9:05 p.m. Christie Theatre

Come watch a newly released movie in a theatre setting for only $2.00!

Sponsored by Student Life, Good Times Programming, Residence Life, and the University Union.

UWGB Nites – Star Wars

Fri, Feb 19     10:00pm-1:00am University Union

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Are you a Jedi Master or have you joined the Dark Side?

Come to the University Union to enjoy activities like: Laser Tag, Inflatable Joust, Build Your Own Lightsaber, Star Wars Trivia (with prizes!), Take a Photo with Star Wars Characters, Google Cardboard, Ice Cream (at 11pm), Perler Beads, Star Wars Buttons, Star Wars Coloring Pages, BB-8 Obstacle Course, Stormtrooper Nerf Challenge, Death Star Bag Toss, and FREE Games.

Bookstore Phoenix Friday Specials

Fri, Feb 19     8:00 AM - 4:30 PM Phoenix Bookstore

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Dress for the remaining home basketball games. 20% off any item with a picture of a basketball or the word “Basketball” on it. Check the athletics schedule and do not forget to pick up your FREE student tickets.

Cave Camping

Sat, Feb 20     7:00am Eagle Cave

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Enjoy a whole day exploring Wisconsin’s largest onyx cave and then get ready to spend the night in the subterranean world.  Meals and transportation are included.  Register at the University Information Center.

CheapSeats – Spectre

Sat, Feb 20     6:30 p.m. and 9:05 p.m. Christie Theatre

Come watch a newly released movie in a theatre setting for only $2.00!

Sponsored by Student Life, Good Times Programming, Residence Life, and the University Union.

CheapSeats – Spectre

Sun, Feb 21     6:60 p.m. and 9:05 p.m. Christie Theatre

Come watch a newly released movie in a theatre setting for only $2.00!

Sponsored by Student Life, Good Times Programming, Residence Life, and the University Union.

Safe Ally 2 Level 2 Training

Mon, Feb 22     12:30 p.m. - 2:30 p.m. University Union

Training and discussion for individuals who want to learn more about lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and questioning websites and resources in order to support advocates.

Safe Ally Level 1 Training

Mon, Feb 22     10:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. University Union

Training and discussion for individuals who want to learn more about lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and questioning current issues and how to support and advocate LGBTQ.

Dallas Clayton

Mon, Feb 22     8 pm Phoenix Rooms

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Dallas started as a self-publisher and author/illustrator of children’s books, and he is best known for his book “An Awesome Book.” He has since created 6 more books and has been picked up by a major publishing company. Hailed to be the next Dr. Seuss, he responded, “It’s just so cool that what I am putting out into the world makes people happy.” Dallas has a positive disposition on life, and he cannot wait to share it with us here at UWGB.

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Communicating Professionalism

Tue, Feb 23     12:30 p.m. Phoenix Room B

Review key components to communicating professionalism with this engaging presentation by an expert in the field – Tim Cornell with Tom James Company.

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Depression and Bipolar Disorder Support Group

Tue, Feb 23     6:00 pm University Union Manistique Room (UU-101B)

LinkedIn Photo Booth

Wed, Feb 24     8:00 a.m. Across From Bookstore

Stop by the LinkedIn Photo Booth and have a professional headshot taken for your LinkedIn profile. It is recommended that you wear a professional quality shirt/blouse for this.

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Mock Interview Day

Wed, Feb 24     8:00 a.m. Phoenix Rooms

Mock Interview Day will bring a variety of professionals to UW-Green Bay to help our students enhance their interview skills. Deadline to sign up is 11:59pm on Wed, February 17!

Registration Deadline: February 17

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Intergenerational series: Bridging the gap between young and old (small-group discussions)

Thu, Feb 25     2:00 - 3:20 pm Phoenix Room B

Join us for this very special annual tradition: an open conversation between students and retirees. Discuss life, love, learning, and whatever is on your mind. We move past age-based myths and stereotypes to discover what young and old adults can learn from each other. Sponsored by Student Life, Human Development, and Learning in Retirement.

The Hourglass Project

Thu, Feb 25     7:30 p.m. Jean Weidner Theatre

Pulitzer Prize nominated Lee Blessing’s latest: A “comedy of anxiety” about elderly people given a 2nd chance at life in an experiment bound to raise profound ethical questions.

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CheapSeats – Secret In There Eyes

Thu, Feb 25     6:30 pm and 9:05 pm Christie Theatre

Come watch a newly released movie in a theatre setting for only $2.00!

Sponsored by Student Life, Good Times Programming, Residence Life, and the University Union.

The Hourglass Project

Fri, Feb 26     7:30 p.m. Jean Weinder Theatre

Pulitzer Prize nominated Lee Blessing’s latest: A “comedy of anxiety” about elderly people given a 2nd chance at life in an experiment bound to raise profound ethical questions.

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CheapSeats – Secret In There Eyes

Fri, Feb 26     6:30 pm and 9:05 pm Christie Theatre

Come watch a newly released movie in a theatre setting for only $2.00!

Sponsored by Student Life, Good Times Programming, Residence Life, and the University Union.

Bookstore Phoenix Friday Specials

Fri, Feb 26     8:00 AM - 4:30 PM Phoenix Bookstore

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Flashback Phoenix Friday t-shirt prices. All short sleeve tees $12.99. See store for exclusions.

The Hourglass Project

Sat, Feb 27     7:30 p.m. Jean Weidner Theatre

Pulitzer Prize nominated Lee Blessing’s latest: A “comedy of anxiety” about elderly people given a 2nd chance at life in an experiment bound to raise profound ethical questions.

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CheapSeats – Secret In There Eyes

Sat, Feb 27     6:30 pm and 9:05 pm Christie Theatre

Come watch a newly released movie in a theatre setting for only $2.00!

Sponsored by Student Life, Good Times Programming, Residence Life, and the University Union.

CheapSeats – Secret In There Eyes

Sun, Feb 28     6:30 pm and 9:05 pm Christie Theatre

Come watch a newly released movie in a theatre setting for only $2.00!

Sponsored by Student Life, Good Times Programming, Residence Life, and the University Union.

Welcome Back To Campus Phoenix Friday Special

Mon, Feb 29     8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. Phoenix Bookstore

Phoenix Friday specials are back at The Phoenix Bookstore with a Welcome Back To Campus deal. Save 20% on all apparel and gift items. GO PHOENIX! Web Promo code “WelcomeBTC”

Ebony Stewart – Spoken Word

Wed, Mar 2     8:00pm Phoenix Club

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Ebony is a slam poet from Central Texas with fire and passion for women-empowerment and self-love. The former sexual health educator writes and performs because she has to and eats cupcakes for fun! She challenges stereotypes and doesn’t apologize for it! Sponsored by Good Times Programming

Peace Corps Information Session

Wed, Mar 2     4:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m. 1965 Room

The Peace Corps provides a life-defining experience in more than 60 countries throughout the world. A Peace Corps rep will be available to talk with students and answer questions.

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The Hourglass Project

Wed, Mar 2     7:30 p.m. Jean Weidner Theatre

Pulitzer Prize nominated Lee Blessing’s latest: A “comedy of anxiety” about elderly people given a 2nd chance at life in an experiment bound to raise profound ethical questions.

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Spring Job and Internship Fair

Wed, Mar 2     9:30 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. University Union - Phoenix Rooms and 1965 Room

Spring Job & Internship Fair – Wed., March 2 from 9:30 a.m.-1 p.m. in the University Union. Over 80 employers will be recruiting students for internships & full time jobs.

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Spring Job and Internship Fair

Wed, Mar 2     9:30 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. Phoenix Rooms

The Job & Internship Fair provides an excellent opportunity to visit face-to-face with employers who are seeking candidates for full-time jobs and internship opportunities.

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LinkedIn Photo Booth

Wed, Mar 2     9:00 a.m Across From Bookstore

Stop by the LinkedIn Photo Booth and have a professional headshot taken for your LinkedIn profile. It is recommended that you wear a professional quality shirt/blouse for this.

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Ran’D Shine – Magician

Thu, Mar 3     8:00pm Phoenix Rooms

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In the time it takes you to read these words, Ran’D has already read your mind and figured out which card you are going to pull from the deck. Ran’D was recently a guest on Penn and Teller’s Fool Us and we are betting he fools you too!  Sponsored by Good Times Programming.

The Hourglass Project

Thu, Mar 3     7:30 p.m. Jean Weidner Theatre

Pulitzer Prize nominated Lee Blessing’s latest: A “comedy of anxiety” about elderly people given a 2nd chance at life in an experiment bound to raise profound ethical questions.

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Lunch and Learn LGBTQ+Guest Panel

Fri, Mar 4     12:00 p.m. - 1:00 p.m. Christie Theatre

Bring your lunch and come participate in the presentation and question answer session with the Pride Center LGBTQ+Guest Panel. To RSVp and enroll for credit in Inclusivity.

Groovin’ Grounds presents Dave and Whitney

Fri, Mar 4     8:00pm Coffee House

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Dave and Whitney are a crazy fun loving duo that bring their “shazam” to the stage.  The charismatic pair plays more than 150 dates a year, bringing their country and pop influence all over the country.  Sponsored by Good Times Programming

The Hourglass Project

Fri, Mar 4     7:30 p.m. Jean Weidner Theatre

Pulitzer Prize nominated Lee Blessing’s latest: A “comedy of anxiety” about elderly people given a 2nd chance at life in an experiment bound to raise profound ethical questions.

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Emerging Leadership Experience (ELE)

Sat, Mar 5     Bus leaves at about 8:00am Sturgeon Bay, WI

Beginning its 7th year, this annual first-year student overnight retreat is designed to help students develop confidence and increase their involvement on campus. Students are nominated and submit an application. The trip is led by ELE alums and a UWGB staff member and takes place at the Team Leadership Center and Sand Bay Lodge in Sturgeon Bay. Participants take the StrengthsQuest assessment. Transportation, meals, and lodging is provided. ” A former participant said, “I learned how to work as a strong, dynamic group–how to work as a team. I also learned that it is easy to make new friends.” The group returns to campus at noon on Sunday, March 6. Sponsored by Student Life.

The Hourglass Project

Sat, Mar 5     7:30 p.m. Jean Weidner Theatre

Pulitzer Prize nominated Lee Blessing’s latest: A “comedy of anxiety” about elderly people given a 2nd chance at life in an experiment bound to raise profound ethical questions.

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iPat Film Series

Mon, Mar 7     7:00 p.m. Christie Theatre

We will be showing the movie Wrenched and having a discussion afterward. Free admission and popcorn!

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Lip Sync Competition

Thu, Mar 10     8:00pm Phoenix Club

Send us your lip sync videos on-line and the top ten will get to perform live in front of a panel of judges.  First place wins the grand prize!  Sponsored by Good Times Programming

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Bingo-Grocery

Mon, Mar 21     7 pm Leona Cloud Commons

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Just back from Spring Break come and play for free to win groceries and nibble on some Chex-mix.

 

Ladies Night Out – Featuring Tanisha Long

Tue, Mar 22     8:00pm Phoenix Club

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Good Times Programming is proud to welcome Tanisha Long from MTV’s Girl Code back to campus. Last year Tanisha packed the Phoenix Rooms when she appeared with Esther Ku; this year she is solo and excited to have a Girls Night with UWGB.

Marine Credit Union Information Session

Tue, Mar 22     6:00 p.m. - 7:00 p.m Phoenix Room C

Marine Credit Union is hiring Financial Services Interns and full-time Consumer Loan Officers. Visit with representatives to learn more about Marine CU and these opportunities!

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Turn Right at Machu Picchu-Book Discussion

Wed, Mar 23     6-8 pm Alumni B

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“Mark Adams’ fascinating and funny account of his journey through some of the world’s most majestic, historic, and remote landscapes.”

Register to receive a free copy of the book when you join our discussion.

http://www.uwgb.edu/student-life/events/registration.asp

Inclusivity Health and Art Fair

Thu, Mar 24     1:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m. Phoenix Rooms

The Fourth annual Inclusivity Health and Art Fair features interactive vendors and exhibits including chiropractors, aroma therapists, interactive artists.

Candy Papmater Comedy

Thu, Mar 24     7:00 p.m. Phoenix Room A, B, and C, University Union

Candy Palmater is a Canadian comedian, international speaker and the educator of aboriginal perceptions training about the Mi’kmaqu people. She is active in Native and gay rights.

Groovin’ Grounds Presents – Cometry

Fri, Apr 1     8:00pm Coffee House

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Cometry is a charismatic duo made of an African refugee and a small town Cajun boy who created a new, art form that fuses comedy and spoken word.  Sponsored by Good Times Programming.

Whosah – Band

Mon, Apr 4     8:00pm Phoenix Club

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Whosah is an up and coming band from the Minneapolis / St. Paul MN area with catchy tunes and an exciting presence. Vimeo says they are excited to see what the future holds for these incredibly talented musicians because they are definitely going places.

iPat Film Series

Mon, Apr 4     7:00 p.m. Christie Theatre

We will be showing the movie The Boyhood of John Muir and having a discussion afterward. Free admission and popcorn!

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Clothing and Household Swap

Tue, Apr 5     11:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m. Phoenix A, B and C, University Union

Students and employees can pick out what they would like to use from a large collection of clothing. Donations accepted from March 1 until 9pm on April 5.

Creating a Resume 101

Tue, Apr 5     2:00 p.m. Union Room 103

Learn how to develop a resume that effectively markets your skills, education and experience to employers.

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Lavender Graduation

Thu, Apr 7     6:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m. TBD

The Pride Center provides a relaxing and memorable evening for Pride Center students, allies with a focus on graduating seniors and their families/ guests.

Eric Dittelman – Mind Reader

Tue, Apr 12     8:00pm Phoenix Club

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Dittelman combines amazing mind reading with stand-up and improvisational comedy.  In 2012, he blew audiences away as a semi-finalist and judges’ favorite on season 7 of NBC’s “America’s Got Talent.”  Sponsored by Good Times Programming

Interviewing Basics – Make a Great Impression

Tue, Apr 12     1:00 p.m. Union Room 103

Learn how to put your best foot forward when interviewing for a job or internship. Topics include how to prepare for an interview and how to answer questions.

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Graduation Resource Fair

Wed, Apr 13     11 am - 1 pm and 3 pm - 5:30 pm Phoenix Rooms

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For those graduating in May and August come to the one stop shop to get all the information you need before you walk. Pick up graduation tickets and purchase your cap and gown.

 

Door County Hiking Trip

Sun, Apr 17     10:00am Whitefish Dunes S.P.

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Get an early start to spring by going on a hiking trip to Whitefish Dunes State Park in Door County.  This free trip includes transportation but you’ll have to pack your own lunch; and remember – Leave no trace.  Sign up at the UTIC.  Sponsored by Good Times Programming.

Bingo-Eco U

Mon, Apr 18     7 pm Leona Cloud Commons

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Let’s Go Green! Come and win prizes that support our earth and not hurt it. Snack on some fruit, granola and yogurt.

Pinterest Craft Night

Tue, Apr 19     7:00pm-10:00pm Phoenix Rooms

Come enjoy a night of snacks and creating some of Pinterest’s most popular craft projects.  You will be able to vote on which projects we do, but there will only be room for 50 people. Sign up at the UTIC by April 8.  Sponsored By Good Times Programming.

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UWGB Nites

Fri, Apr 22     10:00pm-1:00am University Union

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Come partake in the late night fun while we fill the Union with crafts, games and more! It’s all free and all for you! More details to come!

Milwaukee Zoo Trip

Sun, Apr 24     8:00am Milwaukee

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The Milwaukee Zoo has an interactive and unforgettable experience for all of their animals and exhibits.  Bus will leave the Studio Arts lot at 8:00 am and return when the zoo closes at 4:30. $18 for UWGB students, $36 for non students.  Sign up at the UTIC.  Sponsored by Good Times Programming

Palette and Pub

Tue, Apr 26     5:00pm-7:30pm Shorewood Golf Course

Join our outdoor painting event at Shorewood Golf Course.  All supplies and instruction are included in this event that is free to students. Food and Beverages will be available in the Shorewood Clubhouse for purchase.  Registration deadline is April 18 and is limited to 30 people.  Sign up at the UTIC.  Sponsored by Good Times Programming and Shorewood Golf Course.

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The Secret History of Wonder Woman-Book Discussion

Thu, Apr 28     6-8 pm Heritage Room

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A riveting work of historical detection, revealing that the origins of one of the world’s most iconic Superheroes hides within it a fascinating family story — and a crucial history of twentieth-century feminism. Register to receive a free copy of the book and join our discussion.

http://www.uwgb.edu/student-life/events/registration.asp

University Leadership Awards ceremony and reception

Fri, May 13     6:00pm University Theatre, Theatre Hall

UWGB recognizes students who have been involved, achieved academic success, and contributed to the campus community and beyond. Following the ceremony, there will be a reception in the Phoenix Rooms, University Union. Contact the Office of Student Life at osl@uwgb.edu for additional information.