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Academic Year 2007-2008:

Vol. 39, No. 150 / August 21, 2008
UW-Madison chancellor rips Legislature, WMC
Journal-Sentinel coverage
Live from the Regents
Stipends for students on Common Theme
Welcome back at AIC
Need your help on Move-in Day
Dollars available for development
Report warns of growing demand for UW counseling
‘Going green registers with colleges’
Briefs: Cruz, Illene Noppe
Vol. 39, No. 149 / August 19, 2008
Chancellor Search site
Survey: What do YOU think?
Position announcement
Still more public forums
Phoenix Bookstore will be ready to soar, next Monday
Engaging results: latest NSSE sighting
More Seinfeld
Remembering faculty member Boyd Coleman
Thursday is summer’s final CSAC lunch fundraiser
Luncheon dates: Thai, Holiday, India and Caribbean
Reilly wants Regents to seek more money for UW System growth
Did ‘UW bashing’ drive star away?
Presidents tout UW as national leader in accountability
A new Associate VP
Wisconsin Covenant director is La Crosse native
Phoenix tennis ace weighs in on game’s future
Reminder: Director of Purchasing sessions
Mike Barry farewell
Littig assesses presidential race in Wisconsin
New-Employee Safety Training
Platteville opens a museum
Time capsule in Green Bay
If you drive, even a personal vehicle, read this
Brief: Arendt
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Vol. 39, No. 148 / August 11, 2008
Jeffreys, Voelker, Kain and Vescio will talk Great Books
History helper Herber is a grad
Students on rise as entrepreneurs
Wisconsin lags in GED success
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Vol. 39, No. 147 / August 8, 2008
Interest in the Northwoods
Rosewall, alumni on state arts task force
Hutchison plans ‘The Tourist City’ conference
New hours for Area Research Center
See food on the bayshore
‘Legislators should recognize the value of higher education’
Major stem cell grant
Vol. 39, No. 146 / August 5, 2008
Union grand opening on Sept. 10
Grounds closed, but free coffee!
Toning up: CSAC recycles
Snapshots: Clerks, Treasurers and a big week
In praise of the Institute
Registration for Fall Conference
Biggest Book Salespalooza yet!
Railroad exhibit rides Kersten idea with Taylor tie
Kersten speaks this Thursday
Xiong case, one year later
Small Business Development Center client wins Governor’s award
Training for entrepreneurs
UW-Green Bay student’s idea on safety awareness gains traction
Personal safety has gotta have attitude
News on a neighbor
Nice pub for Space Experience camp
Eau Claire loses Tallant
TAUWP sues Platteville over retention fund plan    
No coal for U
Portch returns to review UW System hiring
George Will to visit
Reminder: Phoenix Bookstore closed Wednesday
‘Shelter from the Storm’
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Vol. 39, No. 145 / July 31, 2008
Chancellor comments
Search firm
More opportunities to talk, in late August
News coverage
Hire someone like Ward, P-G suggests
Downtown Green Bay wants your feedback
Phoenix Bookstore to be closed Wednesday
Documentary on women in poverty airs on WPT
NY Times conservative links education, economy
Congress tackles higher-ed issues
Regent president defends Doyle on chancellor interviews
Brief: Zapf
Vol. 39, No. 144 / July 30, 2008
Chancellor forums are under way
Vol. 39, No. 143 / July 28, 2008
Q&A: David Ward
Retirement gathering for Mike Barry is Aug. 22
Chancellor forum reminder
The ‘greening’ of America’s campuses
Klatt is new women’s tennis coach
Remembering Pulaski fire chief
Flags at half-staff
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Vol. 39, No. 142 / July 25, 2008
Snapshots: Chinese delegation
UW-Green Bay faculty help lead water-quality symposium
Ergonomic work stations?
Storbeck/Pimentel is retained for search
Meanwhile, no vacation for Shepard
Singles on sale soon for Evans, Seinfeld
Adult Degree partnership highlighted at presidents’ meeting
Phoenix men’s program ranks respectable 105th
Coverage for student safety class
Tech-transfer draws notice
Hurdles for study-abroad students
UW study sees no gender gap in math
Higher-ed inflation trails CPI
Briefs: Arendt, Goff, Meinhardt
Vol. 39, No. 141 / July 21, 2008
Chancellor search group announces open forums for July
Scheberle: Sessions are for public, campus input
More planned
Q&A on financial aid
Student aid sees boost from Washington
Rosin part of student safety course
Upward Bound
From chair, she helps teach basketball
More academic recognition for Schachtner, Tillema
‘UWO flood damages reach $5.5 million’
Parents share tales of college costs
UW-Sheboygan touts efforts with returning adults
Doyle chooses first science adviser
‘Wisconsin lawmakers seek review of state employee sick leave use’
Some states avoid slashing higher ed
Brief: Kraft
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Vol. 39, No. 140 / July 17, 2008
Dolan lands $285,000 EPA grant for Great Lakes
Kagen visits Monday to host Financial Aid talk
UW-Green Bay’s Haynie, Swan make ‘Top 25’
Snapshots: Jessica Doyle
December in July
UW-Rock offers ‘educational makeover’
Binge drinking stats
UW-Extension names new provost
Wiley to WISCAPE
Fairest candidate
Vol. 39, No. 139 / July 14, 2008
Convocation is Aug. 26
Jessica Doyle here Tuesday to visit Upward Bound
UW-Green Bay’s program
Snapshots and a movie: Summer Art Studio
Tax ruling likely to cause budget woes
Newspaper digs into Fellner case
Sex harassment settlement
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Vol. 39, No. 138 / July 11, 2008
Big Bookstore blowout, today only
Peter Cofrin
Responding to workplace injuries
A golf course legend
Vol. 39, No. 137 / July 9, 2008
Redlands award is named for Lockard
Note: New phone numbers for relocated AIC and Student Life
Reminder: Retirement party is Thursday for Marie Stephenson
Cofrin grants help four to study natural areas
Another Davis follows the birds
UW-Green Bay’s Nonn has women-in-science/aviation link to EAA
She’ll be giving free plane rides on the 26th
Student president reminds campus of U-Pass launch
Parent says ‘thanks’ for U-Pass
Total Guitarist Camp
Oshkosh provost will take interim top job at Parkside
NY Times says newest hires more moderate
State of Ohio woos military vets
Colleges look at privatizing health coverage for students
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Vol. 39, No. 136 / July 3, 2008
News reports: UW System lapse is $25 million
IDC awards for Caglar, Entwistle, Voelker
Ganyard, Web Services are now in CL 730
Alumni Golf snapshots
'Sound Tracker' makes noise on ABC
Editorial calls for better hiring
Independent consultant to review UW-Parkside process
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Vol. 39, No. 135 / June 25, 2008
Teaching grants for Johnson, Noppe, Nelson and Vespia
Monday is closing date for 2007-08 Founders contributions
Allegations force resignation at UW-Parkside
Rep. Nass calls for delaying UWGB, UWRF searches
Undecided on search firm
Countdown to 'A Space Experience'
Middle School Music Camp
Bollant hires Divilbiss, Flunker
Briefs: Dalke, Thornton
Vol. 39, No. 134 / June 25, 2008
No cookout today; it's Thursday
Vol. 39, No. 133 / June 24, 2008
Luczaj earns grant for local bedrock research
Bauer-Dantoin, Fermanich, Zorn to analyze groundwater chemicals
Federal investigation at Louisville has UW-Parkside concerned
Nicolet College schedules info session
Spanish Immersion seminar at Stone Harbor
Reminders: Bookstore, Deadman, Sodexho
More LOG on Wednesday
Brief: Arendt
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Vol. 39, No. 132 / June 20, 2008
38,000 UW grant for First-Year Seminars
Passing of Paul Davis
Bookstore closing for inventory
Deadman gathering
Residence Life students go landlineless (sort of)
Flood cleanup at UW-Oshkosh
A cookout Thursday
Save the date: Classified Staff Fall Conference
Grandparents' U
UW families seek safety report cards
Jazz on the Bay camp
Senior High Summer Art Studio
Artwork takes wing
Yet another useful reminder on email
Fiscal Year cutoffs
Graduate hones chops in 'Kung Fu Panda'
Post-Crescent: Vet tuition deal is nice, but...
No steam
Brief: Rosewall
Vol. 39, No. 131 / June 18, 2008
Federal agency tests communication as part of pandemic preparedness
Pandemic info will come via campus email
Information also online
Prevention steps also communicated
More info online
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Vol. 39, No. 130 / June 13, 2008
Phuture Phoenix scholarship funds growing
Shepards' farewell photos online
Chancellor search officially begins
Professor pay is worth exploring
"Good news" UW-Green Bay
Cameras focused on FOCUS
Graduations galore at Kress Events Center
Campus spared the brunt of recent rains
Vol. 39, No. 129 / June 9, 2008
Two new arts majors coming to UW-Green Bay
Six faculty promotions approved
Shepard offers 'A look back, and forward'
Chancellor wants better faculty compensation
Panel will advise UW System on faculty pay
UW-Milwaukee to get new schools
Regents approve three new chancellors
More from the Regents meeting
Reminder: Chancellor's reception is Wednesday
Seinfeld among Weidner acts
Hanewall joins Human Resources Office
Phoenix Club to have summer hours
Garden Café has new summer menu
Get the scoop, every Wednesday
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Vol. 39, No. 128 / June 6, 2008
UW chancellor to out-earn System president
Shepard: Tuition hike is a concern
Lo, Willems available as anti-hate crime resources
State grant, appointment for Prof. Ashmann
Newspaper on search committee
Professor's take on Obama win
Fresno references Dutch gas/transit equation
Vol. 39, No. 127 / June 5, 2008
The 21 names
Chairperson Denise Scheberle
Riley emphasizes continuity, community partnerships
Alumni abundant on Regent subcommittee
Reminder: first meeting
Vol. 39, No. 126 / June 3, 2008
Regents to consider 5.5 percent tuition rise this week
No increases at UW colleges
By the numbers: Resident tuition/fees here would go to $6,308
What the hikes will cover
Breaking it down further
Vol. 39, No. 125 / June 2, 2008
Search Committee meets June 11
Faculty/Staff Campaign: Still time to make a difference!
Online option
Story explores endangered languages, Abbott's work with Oneida
Classified Staff's fundraiser a hit, so far
Writer says UW bashing is an unwise sport
System wants full funding for vet benefit
Eau Claire, Oshkosh nursing
Oshkosh, Marinette, Madison students win Liberal Arts essay test
UW System job posting
Job outlook? Engineering is hot
Leadership Conference hosted by Platteville
Briefs: Style, Walter
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Vol. 39, No. 124 / May 30, 2008
Death of Dorothy Blair
Chancellor: She was a 'visionary'
Blair legacy at UW-Green Bay
No news yet on search committee
Sanders grabs CASE honors with 'South Park' parody
Come visit the AIC at new home
Kress invites you to summer fitness
Shorewood's Thursday lunches again raise $ for staff development
Tears of joy: The Phoenix has landed
TV's Korman a favorite here
Longer wait for raises
Chancellor weighs in
Cornell provost chosen to lead UW-Madison
The challenges ahead
Some see hiring as milestone
UW-Madison to revisit engineering tuition
Decker: Blame UW-L for financial aid problems
Briefs: Brunsting, Russ
Vol. 39, No. 123 / May 29, 2008
Say hello to mellow (or MLLO)
Hammersmith snapshots
Cofrin Library: 'Keep those books longer'
Golf for scholarships
Sergio Garcia coming here?
P-G tribute to Shepards
Reminder: June 11 celebration
Callahan retirement
Deadman retirement
Snapshots from Great Lakes signing ceremony
Test of emergency-communication channels
Kids in the Hall are here Sunday
More news Friday, including appointment of 'The Committee'
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Vol. 39, No. 122 / May 22, 2008
Journal-Sentinel urges Doyle to spare UW Growth Agenda
Parkside has a new chancellor
System names new COO
UW-Green Bay seniors awarded for art exhibits
A field trip for Costa Rican kids
Southwest senior getting a taste of college life
College from a student perspective
UWGB to bring in a blogger
More degrees in Wisconsin's Northwoods
Word spreading about Northwoods degrees
Summer dining options on campus
Reminder: Flags at half-staff Monday
Vol. 39, No. 121 / May 19, 2008
Milestone marked with 25,000th graduate
Nerad, Seidl honored with Chancellor's Awards
Fowler gets honorary Doctor of Laws Degree
A big 'first' for First Nations major
Take a seat at the Kress Events Center
'77 grad, environmentalist leads commencement address
More commencement information online
Media makes a photo gallery, too
Kress not done yet with grads
Too much green at UW-Green Bay?
40 join business honor society
Modern Languages scholarship and award winners named
UW-Green Bay, Nicolet College officials kick off partnership
Thursdays are 'fore' lunch fundraisers
Schools receive Institute for Learning Partnership grants
Buses, buses everywhere...
... Even buses on the air
Professors give input on public perception of McCain's age
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Vol. 39, No. 120 / May 16, 2008
Photo gallery: Shepards and coffee, cookie treats
No fare: Bus deal gets final OK
UW Credit Union is closing, moving
Doyle's vetoes would mean greater lapses for state agencies
Books in Honor and Harvey Naumann
Photos: Sun shines on Solar Olympics
Sorry, we spaced
Space Grant Consortium awards scholarships, honors
UW-Green Bay students remember forgotten WWI archives
School children served by Weidner is 400,000
'Inside' out, with more
Remembering UWGB, Rodney Dangerfield and Kurt Vonnegut, Jr.
Doyle appoints Army vet as regent
Bennett '86 returns to Wisconsin
Newspaper columnist wants athletics/academics balance
Free advice: Take tough courses
Reminder: Chancellor's FYI
Reminder: Hammersmith reception
P-G on honor for Kok
UW-Green Bay ties to marathon
Briefs: Illene Noppe, Christina Trombley
Vol. 39, No. 119 / May 14, 2008
'Degrees of Excellence': UW-Green Bay celebrates 25,000
Website highlights people, photos, history
Who will be No. 25,000?
Vol. 39, No. 118 / May 13, 2008
Latest edition of Chancellor's FYI
Four barrels of food
'Free' bus service a possibility
For Christensen, Myanmar disaster hits close
Wisconsin social workers honor Prof. Anne Kok
Three seniors win art awards
Students earn awards, scholarships from Space Grant Consortium
New home for University Ticketing/Information
Green ribbons for graduation
Next 'Teen Connection' looks at teen courts
Cap Times: Doyle not happy with state budget deal
Journal-Sentinel editorial urges support for UW System
Fire destroys UW fraternity house
Vol. 39, No. 117 / May 12, 2008
Budget deal
Reminder: Cookout is Tuesday
Congratulations to retirees
Food drive
Shepards dispense lattes, cookies Thursday at Union
Pre-sale etiquette
Come take a look at Solar Olympics
Kagen touts 'new' GI Bill
New chancellor a good sport?
Articles address 'brain gain'
'Patriot Act' flap gets coverage at WWU
More on UW Hospital helicopter crash
Interim chancellor recommended for top post at UW-Whitewater
Oshkosh Northwestern sings praises for UW-O
UW-Superior reaches one goal
Frankie Valli visits UW-Green Bay this Wednesday
Reminder on state tourism event, at Weidner
More LOG Tuesday
Brief: Larkey
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Vol. 39, No. 116 / May 9, 2008
Proposed 'New GI Bill' is topic for Monday meeting here
Gov: No comment on budget talks
Camp Lloyd returns for grieving children
It's S-E-I-D-L
Transfer idea catches on
Baraboo to offer master's degree courses
Budget opinions
Vol. 39, No. 115 / May 8, 2008
A fun surprise for Graduate No. 25,000
'Degrees of Excellence' section
The road to 25,000
International grads
A first for the Kress
Honorary doctorate for Verna Fowler
Educator Nerad, Shorewood-champion Seidel earn awards
Environmental leader, then and now
Outstanding: Southern
Math/poetry star Hansen is student speaker
Thinking of a gift for a May grad, student worker or retiree?
Chancellor's Medallions
University Leadership Awards
New Music, Hand Drumming highlights
Choral reminder
UW-Green Bay student lands NASA internship
Introducing... Prof. Regan Gurung
Welcome, Founders members and scholarship donors!
Solar Olympics coming to UW-Green Bay
Pangea Day films
Coverage of Social Work students' homeless forum
'Wear Yellow Day'
Services announced for Naumann
New FVTC president
'State workers travel despite warning'
Og Ha prtly dwn
Editorial: 'Solve budget problem, don't just pass it on'
Other editorial: public higher ed needs more
Seattle Times editorial mentions Shepard
Briefs: Breznay, Sutton
Vol. 39, No. 114 / May 7, 2008
Kimball is new faculty coordinator for International Ed
Fencl will direct new Faculty Development Center
And the website winner is...
Passionate for peppers?
Look for special Commencement issue
Weidner hosts tourism event, 'Discover Green Bay' premier
Mozart and more
Common Theme website
New Franken tragedy affects campus family
More on Don Long Sr.
Student artist in news again
NCAA report card
Get your directory cards in. No questions asked
No dropoffs at Mary Ann Cofrin Hall
UW System announces finalists for UW-Madison job
UW-Madison group says faculty flight a 'crisis'
Shepard: Wisconsin becoming farm club for executive talent
Student paper takes up 'training ground' issue
Wells withdraws
'State workers travel despite warning'
Bucky's Little Helper
Vol. 39, No. 113 / May 6, 2008
Laatsch details
'Soft Opening' for new Union is Wednesday!
Remembering a friend, Donald J. Long Sr.
Jazz reminder
More to come
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Vol. 39, No. 112 / May 1, 2008
Music students to descend on campus
We're still No. 1
Visiting opera singer
Governor seeks budget deal
U.S. Senate measure raises amount for student borrowing
What do you think of proposed University web site designs?
More web news: FrontPage replaced by Expression Web
New web server
Elimination of FrontPage server extensions
Blogging now available
Early coverage of Ward announcement
No, not THAT David Ward
Parkside chancellor finalists
Maybe Wells at Oshkosh, too
Apology for name slipup
Beatles, Cash and Coltrane featured in spring jazz concert
Coverage of Nicolet College/UW-Green Bay deal
Brookings researcher here to tout Great Lakes Region options
Tuesday event on homelessness
RSVP for SGA dinner
LIR's meeting highlighted by Dick Bennett, ambitious spring agenda
Former dean sues Whitewater
Feedback wanted on campus dining issues
Young Bennett is million-dollar man in Washington
Service Learning
Brief: Stokes
Vol. 39, No. 111 / May 1, 2008
David J. Ward the choice for interim chancellor
Ward is Green Bay native, former student and faculty member here
Ward: 'history is important' and service is a 'privilege'
Shepard comments
He came highly recommended, even back then
Ward's career
Vol. 39, No. 110 / April 28, 2008
Newspaper offers update on Growth Agenda
Tech Forum on Thursday
Ashmann, Kersten, Wolf earn Research Scholar awards
Editorial celebrates Shepards
'Rare exodus' of UW chancellors
Politics courses plan 'Global Summit on Sustainability'
Humanistic Studies forum
Ruth Anderson, CIT, is ready to ride away
Judi Blahnik, too
Reminder to sign up for herbs, spices, good cooking
Saturday entertainment and praise for Weidner Center, Wood Organ
From Run DMC to Dr. Weil
9/11 play earns laughs
Habitat overnighter
SAFE Ally training is May 9
Reminder: Big sale this Wednesday
Alumni pizza party in Manitowoc
Slovakia/Roma dropoff
P-G story on Jam for Justice
Marketing workshop
Growing food on the roof
BC Library sale
Another view of Shepard, Western Washington
Finally, softball
Noppe has busy week ahead at grief conference
Briefs: Rosewall, Sherman
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Vol. 39, No. 109 / April 25, 2008
It's official: Shepard approved as next president of Western Washington
Shepard looks forward to new opportunity
Vol. 39, No. 108 / April 24, 2008
Media coverage
'Giant' of a leader
Bookstore deals
Stores orders
Friday session on campus violence
Brookings visitor
Campus and community appearances
Local history students advance
Hmong program
Alumna earns honor
'The Sleeper'
Brain power
Primate abuse allegations
Doyle on Covenant
Briefs: Style, Brecher
Vol. 39, No. 107 / April 23, 2008
News release: Western Washington chooses Shepard
Shepard meets the press
WWU's announcement
Media posts
Vol. 39, No. 106 / April 23, 2008
Student Life announces award winners
More on 'Sun, Moon and Stars' concert
Last call for International Dinner tickets
Next 'Healthy Cooking Demo' will be spicy
Photo gallery: Thai delegation
Pow-wow coverage celebrates youth movement
Six art seniors to exhibit work
Photo and more on award-winning SIFE students
Of interest to CFL bulb buyers
Another Cofrin Library Book Salespalooza!
Social Work students organize May 6 panel on homelessness
Habitat for Humanity organizes Shanty Town
'Jam for Justice' to benefit Freedom House
Report IDs schools that excel in minority student success
Results of Phoenix run
Now it's colleges' turn to say 'Pick Me! Pick Me!'
SLU's Thorpe is new Phoenix assistant
Men's tennis team enters Indy .500
Finally! Play ball, on campus
First Horizon meet for women's golf
If you're into politics, reading this before 1're in luck
Tech-college grads see incomes climb, tech college report says
More to come
Vol. 39, No. 105 / April 22, 2008
Great Lakes expert to talk 'North Coast' health
Reserve space for heirloom vegetables
Yingst will assist bands on 'Sun, Moon and Stars' concert
Students helped green up the city
More Earth Week 2008 events
Dark comedy 'The Sleeper' caps theatre season
Did Prof. Dutch predict Illinois earthquake?
Books in Honor tribute for McIntosh
Opera Studio's 'L'Orfeo' gets fine review
Reminder: tornado drill
Donations still needed for Roma (Gypsy) trip
It's 'Cormac'
Luchetta returns for lecture on psychology
If you're getting this at 6 p.m. Tuesday...
Reminder: Open house on veterans' benefits
Phoenix-Packers steak fry
Rhinelander TV covers UW-Green Bay/Nicolet deal
Whitewater still without heat, hot water
Reminder: Lao-Hmong migration is topic Wednesday
Toccafondi visit
Get your International Dinner tickets by Wednesday
Stop Homophobia activities
Also Wednesday: Sarah Olson, alternative folk
Students bring back charity ball
Christian concert
Five finalists for UW-Whitewater chancellorship
Meanwhile, Madison gears up to replace Wiley...
... and River Falls bids farewell to Betz
Elite colleges offering more financial aid
Maybe they had a better year than he did
More LOG tomorrow
Brief: Aoki
Vol. 39, No. 104 / April 21, 2008
SIFE honors
Cancelled: Wednesday's Historical Perspectives lecture
Lao-Hmong migration is topic at UW-Green Bay program
Sen. Hansen's office hours
Abbreviated issue - more coming on Tuesday
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Vol. 39, No. 103 / April 18, 2008
UW-Green Bay, Nicolet College team up for Northwoods adults
Chem technician wins campus, state Student Employee of Year awards
International Dinner
Shepard signs memorandum with Thai delegation
Post-9/11 comedy 'Sleeper' is on its way
Reminder: Veterans' benefits open house
Deetz promotes encaustic painting class
Reading will focus on writer Cormak McCarthy
Correction: Master class location
Alumnus Diener resigns at Vincent
P-G covers Sierra Club honor for UW-Green Bay
PeopleSoft seen as success for state
UWM's student-election flareup
Explosion leaves Whitewater without heat, hot water
They'll have artificial turf
Leadership Transition Dinner
Brief: Dettman
Vol. 39, No. 102 / April 17, 2008
Doyle names Cyndie Shepard to Covenant panel
It's official: Prez-designate Hammersmith
Reminder: Friday's Kagen hearing on low water
Guest lecturer takes on Native American Identity
Video: UW-Green Bay's ability to warn students
Good to be 'green': Sierra Club honors UWGB, SGA
P-G touts Opera Studio's 'L'Orfeo'
UW soprano/piano recital, Monday night
Phoenix men hope Tang cleans the glass
Reminders on Friday, Saturday events
Our next LOG: very soon
Vol. 39, No. 101 / April 15, 2008
Good news for Green Bay Athletics: Full NCAA Division I certification
Vol. 39, No. 100 / April 14, 2008
Cap Campaign tops $21 million
Hosting a Congressional forum on lake levels
Photos: Etiquette Dinner
'Storm Spotter' program
At Metro State, welcoming Hammersmith
UW-Green Bay faculty's turn to share research
Last call for updates
Opera Studio presents 'L'Orfeo'
Brecher's finale
Friday's dance show honors world cultures
Earth Week 2008
Leading the nation in academic all-stars
Going paperless
UW System accountability
System's fundraising campaign for financial aid
Regents hear from student government leaders
UW-Extension's big media plans
Reminders: Third Thursday
Staff titles
The Collectomaniacs
Student Employee Appreciation Week
Climbing class
Flags at half-staff
Tom McIntosh, Founders member
Briefs: Ashmann, Dalke, Howe, Kaye, Scheberle
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Vol. 39, No. 99 / April 11, 2008
Shorewood's opening day
The Collectomaniacs
Life in Asian countries
Photos: State's top tax man praises VITA students
Student Employee Appreciation Week activities
Research Scholar Exchange: time to share updates
Academic staff election
Time to Pow-Wow
Delay on big-money computer project raises eyebrows
Stout students protest protesters
National Library Week, zines and jazz
Veterans workshop on April 23
Business Center seminar
Wisconsin advances on major grant
Loftus questions use of differential tuition
Reminder: You are invited to a podcasting brownbag
Hear French songs at Christie
Coach K promotes April 19 fun run
Briefs: Rosewall, Shariff
Vol. 39, No. 98 / April 10, 2008
Kiefer an 'Honorary Alumna'
You're invited to Awards Night
Photo gallery from student symposium
Chris Salerno to 'star' at Washington State
What snow? The cookout is coming!
Vol. 39, No. 97 / April 9, 2008
Department of Revenue Secretary visits campus Thursday
Vol. 39, No. 96 / April 8, 2008
Reminder on Wednesday's student showcase
Third Thursday: Jump, jive and wail
The 'Zine Scene'
Climbing tower: another chance to learn the ropes
Save the date for 10th Fall Conference
Reading by Lao-American poet
Cancer awareness week
New entrepreneurs learn 'First Steps'
'Leading Change' seminar
Betz will leave River Falls
Getting older students into the mix
Reminder: WWHEL rolls onto campus April 29
Conference on Public Scholarship
Big Earth Week doings
Brief: Russ
Vol. 39, No. 95 / April 7, 2008
Kabacinski, Muench, Greenley, Roznowski earn alumni honors
Professors seeking donated items for Slovakia trip
Helping the Roma
Sheepshead invites you to celebrates arts on Tuesday
McIntosh obituary
'Growing UWGB sets early cutoff for applications'
UW System accountability report
'Evolution of Native American Identity' is lecture topic
Students needed for conduct review
Marriage by proxy? UW-Green Bay student's case raises questions
Slain UW-Madison student mourned
TV-26 takes local angle
Cole quoted on 'diversity circles'
Audit: UW should do more to protect private data
'Teaching without tenure at UW'
Green Bay Basketball and PMI reach new Resch deal
Coach K: N-O on IU
Harris says yes to Bears
Photos: First Phoenix Fan Fest
More LOG on Tuesday
Habitat students will sell you duct tape, cardboard for fundraiser
Video: Prof. Kaye shares Paine
Brief: Lockard
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Vol. 39, No. 94 / April 3, 2008
UW-Green Bay will close fall admissions April 15
Admissions news relates to Growth Agenda
TV coverage of Maribel bones; campus grant
Business partners with Adult Degree on more night, weekend, online
It's official: a fourth area of emphasis
Info on McIntosh visitation, service
Pow-Wow returns
Pow-Wow preview
Update: Anne Kok Scholarship reaches 'endowed status'
Spring Fling at Turtle School
Folk-rocker concert Saturday is part of conference weekend
Cofrin Library promises extras during National Library Week
Best wishes, Rademacher and Johnson
Specialist in urban service is MU keynoter
Berglin, Groh to team with Clampitt, Furlong vs the Pack
Senior show opens Sunday
Snapshots: Wenger, Day at international conference
Oshkosh Sports Complex
La Crosse provost search
Brief: Kain
Vol. 39, No. 93 / April 3, 2008
Services planned on Tuesday for Prof. Emeritus Tom McIntosh
Vol. 39, No. 92 / April 2, 2008
Students, faculty to perform Ensler play for conference
Give credit to the organizers
First-ever Phoenix Fan Fest is Thursday
Student 'rush' for Spencers
Ticketing/Info Center is now only UPS dropoff
Next chapter of Great Books features Sherman, Turgenev
Fourth Estate earns a Saginaw scolding
UW-Madison parody takes on Wisconsin budgeting
Oshkosh student provides tall tale
More LOG on Thursday
Vol. 39, No. 91 / March 31, 2008
Ticket misprint: Arabic Day is Tuesday
Martin is a Teaching Fellow
UW-Green Bay presenters at conferences
Borrero-Lowe, Davis among Women of Color honorees
Career progression seminar
UW-Green Bay to showcase top students
Lao-American poet
Did joke go too Favre?
Students push for extension of smoking ban
Big crowds expected for National History contest
Day and Wenger back from Vietnam
Visit an extension of previous UW-Green Bay exchanges
Seminar authors Day, Wenger and Wenger
Woman & Science program next Monday
Ancient bones in Maribel
Press-Gazette shares Hammersmith mews
Chernick thrust into expert's role on disaster planning
Indiaaana waaanted him
Coverage of food talk
Concealed carry on campus?
'No test' admissions option
Race draws fast crowd; Terry stars
French concert is 6 p.m. on April 22
Senior day
Magic at the Weidner
Assembly speaker is hopeful
Cancer claims Regent McPike
UW-Fox Valley breaks ground
Union leader, school administrator nominated to Regents
Still jobs out there
U. of I. tuition surpasses $12,000
Reminder: Healthy cooking Demo
Reminder: Church suppers
Reminder: Pathogens, other nasty stuff
Reminder: Brazilian treat for administrative assistants
Vol. 39, No. 90 / March 31, 2008
Hammersmith recommended for presidency of Metropolitan State University
News releases provide more detail on Hammersmith recommendation
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Vol. 39, No. 89 / March 28, 2008
Fourth Estate's Favre fun goes far and wide
Front page news: Arabic Day
National Treasure, the sequel
Vote has St. Vincent Hospital near the lead
Half-marathon coming to campus Saturday
Vol. 39, No. 88 / March 27, 2008
Reminder: Budget session on Friday
Profs. Hutchison, Meredith return from del Bianco
Heine '02 is new media relations coordinator
Countdown to statewide conferences
Bennett in national spotlight
Crime busters: New fingerprint 'lifting' technique
Food, folklore and church suppers
Talk on 'Eating'
Carlson-Gardner, Shepard, students choreograph Danceworks
Pound a brat, for Upward Bound's sake
Wednesday's motivational speaker
UW gets $1.3 million Gates grant
Senate approves its version of budget repair plan
Video games move from dorm room to classroom
Reliance on SAT scores
Faculty recital
Vol. 39, No. 87 / March 25, 2008
Informational session on '08-'09 budget is set for Friday
Business and Finance Web site features budget themes, summaries
Vol. 39, No. 86 / March 24, 2008
Gaines, Hansen, Severtson perform in recital
Golf League
Major event
Hildebrand moves out, Heine moves in
With WNIT loss, Phoenix finishes 26-6
Wrap 'n Roll Series: Thai Spring Rolls
Reminder on omega-3
Order your egg rolls yet?
Advance tickets required for 'Arabic Day' food, culture
Thursday's 'Eating' talk launches new center
Clicker reminder
Education Outreach announces summer for educators
The end of 'Titillation'
Art students shine in local collegiate showcase
Last call for Prine, Lampanelli
Upcoming safety training: emergency response
Blood-borne pathogens
Monday deadline for grants
Senate takes up budget repair bill
Don't chew, don't spit! Master's grad wins advocacy award
No network Sunday morning
The electric snowmobile
Group seeks volunteers to help with homework
Briefs: Rosewall, Shariff
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Vol. 39, No. 85 / March 20, 2008
Van Remortel earns top honor
Update on University Union project
Hate the Drake?
Radio, but no bus trip
Recruitment Partner of the Year is Schenck
Wayne Walker returns
Another summer of Spanish in Door County
Teacher killed in crash had UW-Green Bay ties
Analysts: Budget repair might dig bigger hole
College students and stress
Coffee, rodents earn go-ahead at UW-Madison
Softball in Orlando
Vegas road trip
Brief: Harris
Vol. 39, No. 84 / March 18, 2008
Omega-3, and a campus cooking demonstration
Attention, faculty and teaching staff: HERI is calling
Women's NIT game is Saturday in Iowa
It's 11th straight post-season
Fan bus to Des Moines a possibility
Professional development speaker is April 2; RSVP ASAP
Guam? The Virgin Islands? Exchange students are smart
Fire Department inspection
Thoughts of Brazil
Coach Kline promotes fundraising run
Founding faculty member Randall dies at age 84
'Your Mama' talk on Thursday
Another editorial on Regents' tuition discussion
Coach K's camps offer discounts for faculty/staff families
Egg roll sale
Clampitt, Furlong headline 'all-star' roster
Phoenix divers compete at NCAA regionals
Briefs: Haynie, Gurung, Howe
Vol. 39, No. 83 / March 17, 2008
Vision for proposed institute
Corn-to-energy grant
Meyer on WPT to talk social networking sites
Women's fans hope for NCAA bid
If not, WNIT starts Wednesday
Reminder: 'Your Mamma, Your Grandma and Women's History'
Brew U
Seeds of a great new industry
More LOG on Tuesday
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Vol. 39, No. 82 / March 13, 2008
New blog on "Growing Academic Excellence"
First-ever 'Arabic Day'
Remarks remembering Anne Kok at 4:30 p.m. today
Students focus on lighthouse
Anne Kok Social Work Scholarship
Photos from Rotunda Day
State Assembly's budget-repair bill
Racing the deadline for Founders nominations
Questions? Ask these people
Talk on tropical migrants highlights ornithology gathering
March 24 is deadline for Grants in Aid of Research
Full calendar at Weidner
Symposium on Fox River Watershed research
High schools from Oshkosh, Appleton, Green Bay area
'Elevator Pitch' winners
Overview of Regents' 'big picture' discussion
NYT crunches numbers on admissions demographics
Economic impact of higher ed
Stout gift to create center for ethics
UW's stem cell patents upheld
NASA publicizes all-women Mars team
Women's team soars into Horizon semis
Curtains for men's basketball at the Resch?
Hopes are high for Phoenix men in 2008-09
Brief: Ortiz
Vol. 39, No. 81 / March 10, 2008
Talk on eating 'sustainably' launches Center for Food
Center sprouts from named professorship
Reilly clarifies discussion on tuition, aid
News coverage quotes Shepard
Look for more info Tuesday on Governor's budget plan
Among Favre tributes, one from a UW-Green Bay student
Grandparents' University
Porath is first-team; Bollant is co-coach
Phoenix vs. TBD
De Spirito supported new housing
'Linus blankets' for kids
Civic Symphony, visiting scholar Krak score
New York Times looks at UW, competition for out-of-state students
McPike resigns, with honors
Worm eggs to help MS patients?
Tuesday's drinking talk
Reminder: Thursday's gathering
Final ski results
Basketball exhibition: Faculty and students vs. the Packers
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Vol. 39, No. 80 / March 6, 2008
Monday meeting on Campus Energy Independence
Borrero-Lowe to receive Women of Color Award
Engaging students with 'clickers'
Drinking talk
Sony's eBook launch, Prof. Greenberg
Doyle calls special session for budget repair
Appeals court upholds demotion
Madison Faculty Senate embraces fund drive
Remembering Jerome Quinn
What's a Bluegold?
AIC's Egg Roll Sale
Announcing the Brazilian menu
Entertaining reminders
Students shouldn't delay on buying books, or they're going back
Women's basketball finishes at home
Thanks, Mary
Ocariz, Pletcher at NCAA Skiing Championships
Parins, Stepien
Outreach finds market for Drug Impairment Training
The Fire Inspector is coming, on March 19
More fire-inspection advice: Extension cords, power strips will be focus
No clutter
Vol. 39, No. 79 / March 5, 2008
Brahms is the man, at Saturday's choral concert
Schachtner is Academic All-America
State Assembly resolution honors Prof. Anne Kok
Hammersmith a finalist in Twin Cities
UW-Madison forum on proposed code changes
Regents webcast
For Phoenix men, no go at Valpo
Berglin signs with WNBA team
Another LOG on Thursday
Vol. 39, No. 78 / March 3, 2008
Garnished has your salad
Geometric snow
Columnist writes of Krak's visit
Review of 'Enemy'
More detail on student researchers traveling to Madison
UW System to look at tuition policies
WARF's stem-cell patent upheld
Valuing well-rounded universities
Ec Center hosts program on 'Invisible Children' of Uganda
Reminder: Frisbee®, god and life
Women's game was a classic
Howie Lehman
ESPN columnist is generous to Borseth
Evans is defensive MVP
Tourney journey: off to Valpo
Reminder: 'Human Race'
New view of familiar face in the mirror
PBS documentary on race
Web survey: Finish by Tuesday
Brief: Sherman
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Vol. 39, No. 77 / February 29, 2008
Furlong writes of LEAP, liberal education
Social Work plans March 13 celebration of Anne Kok
Science forum for local teachers
Extension, Colleges want to lure stop-outs
How would you look, 30 years older? Of another gender? Another race?
'Iron Printmaker' Style, and free how-to
Mop jobs: Ron Opicka '70
Space Experience for teens
Profiling Race
Free admission for vets, active military
'Pinstripes amid the ivy: Could a business leader run UW-Madison?'
Off-campus enforcement of campus rules
Some like the idea
'LA Law' couple comes to Weidner Center
Vol. 39, No. 76 / February 28, 2008
Prof. Arendt shares NSF quake grant
Notice: Soul Food lunch rescheduled to March 6
Beautiful snow
Concert, visiting scholar recall 'Prague Spring'
Doyle budget update
Video: TV-11 notes WIAA impact
Ticket shortage
RSVP for Horizon women's tournament
Détente: Milwaukee, Green Bay alumni at Saturday party
'Miked-up' video of Coach K
Deadline is March 3 for Excellence Symposium
UW-Green Bay trustee gets newspaper attention
SNC picks journalist/scholar
More pub for learning lab
Recap on immigration debate
Jazz concert
Break a leg, cast members
Neopit student earns Adult Degree scholarship
Reminder: Race/Ethnicity Institute's call for grant proposals
Last call: $10 faculty/staff tickets for San Jose Taiko
Stem-cell star accepts role at new research center
Reminder: Severtson recital
Reminder: Friday's brown-bag on 'Titillation'
Remember: 'Unicorns'
Briefs: Parins, Stepien, Russ
Vol. 39, No. 75 / February 25, 2008
UW-Green Bay selects five to present at Capitol
Special offer: $10 tickets, San Jose Taiko
New photos on HR site
Comment on new conduct rules, if you can
Women's swimmers take fourth straight title
WIAA sectionals will draw thousands to Kress
Women play Saturday, too
Severtson recital is March 2
Friday brown-bag features 'Beyond Titillation' artist
Student is 'Enemy of the People'
Coverage of Yingst/NASA milestone
TV-11 story emphasizes rise of women in science
Prof. Johnson's election recap
Graphics students earn Addys
TV games for Phoenix men
Reminder: FMLA session is Thursday
Theatrical presentation on cultural diversity
LGBT issues
Brazil destination for Cultural Cuisine
Bird talk gets warm response
More on the 'unicorn,' and Critical Thinking/Interdisciplinarity
Reminder: Cofrin research
Student grant applications
Black Student Union wraps up Heritage Month
Reminder: Panel on immigration issues
Acid spill at UW-Madison
Briefs: Conley, Harris, Tetzloff
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Vol. 39, No. 74 / February 21, 2008
'An Enemy of the People'
Yingst contributes to NASA's all-female first
Calling Mars, from ES 301
Students report on natural areas research
Veteran voters help college kids
Coverage of new engineering alliance
Ceramics and the human body
Student-run TV earns WBA awards
Reminder: Health Perceptions Survey
God, life and Frisbee
Social Work Club says discussion honors Kok
Update on scholarship
Record number of applicants for Madison
Higher fees for UW Oshkosh sports complex
Live with Larry Meiller: Reilly, growth
Hansen's unionization bill advances
Phoenix men host worthy non-con foe
Ocariz, Pletcher aim for NCAA ski nationals
Business Center offers 'First Steps' seminars for new entrepreneurs
Union invites you to 'Enchanted'
Food for thought: NYT discussion on superdelegates
Apologies to Historical Perspectives and 'Hairy Girl'
Briefs: Arendt, Howe
Vol. 39, No. 73 / February 19, 2008
New engineering partnership with Stout, NWTC
Media coverage
Slovakian composer's visit includes world premieres
Krák repeats as Visiting Scholar
Wednesday's Mosaic workshop anticipates minorities as majority
Student researcher earns spot at thanatology conference
Big turnout expected for Job/Internship Fair
'StartupNation' founders to keynote Entrepreneur's Connection
New UW-Green Bay degree is topic in Sturgeon Bay
'Families of Distinction'
UWO sports complex
Madison gets presidential honor for service
Ripon offers bicycles to car shunners
More on Thursday
Vol. 39, No. 72 / February 18, 2008
At new lab, research is child's play
Prof. Zapf seeks toddlers
Discussion: 'Critical Thinking and Interdisciplinarity'
Family Weekend begins Friday
Social Work students host panelists on immigration
Obama visit in photos
Doyle sings praises of Phuture Phoenix
Rally video
Hildebrand analysis of Wisconsin Primary
Were they booing? Or saying 'Bruuuuuuuce'?
Women's basketball team setting records
Best of luck, swimmers
Men face a top MAC team
Reminder: Free tickets by Wednesday
More puppy chow
'Technical colleges gain as economy suffers'
Back in service: PeopleSoft Shared Financial System
Governor seeks applicants for Regents spot
Reminder: Thursday's lecture is for the birds
Reminder: All about Putin
Wisconsin Campus Compact schedules event
Another Compact event
And another
Bonus LOGs
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Vol. 39, No. 71 / February 15, 2008
Optimism, despite deeper budget hole
New lab toddles toward reality
Engineering deal
Photo gallery: Student Services makeover looks like a million
Winter bird feeding
Kingfisher Farm: wildlife, shoreline, cheap rent
Professors discuss Vladimir Putin
Call for faculty scholarship on teaching and learning
ESPN-U for Kress, Phoenix
There will be blood
Black Student Union highlights culture
'Don't Worry, Be Happy'
UW-Green Bay takes state residence hall honors
Messaging system put to the test at NIU
Reilly expresses sympathy
UW-Green Bay awards scholarships to three Liberal Arts essayists
'Serving Veterans with Disabilities in Higher Ed'
Call for Proposals: 'Closing the Achievement Gap'
Feb. 28 reminder: academic night with the Phoenix
A creampuff diet, guilt-free
'UW-Madison should raise its chancellor pay'
Reilly outlines Growth Agenda Action Steps
WPR coverage of System's plan
Doyle names Vásquez to Regents
This time, traveling circus comes to SNC
Vol. 39, No. 70 / February 14, 2008
Final info, advice in advance of Friday's rally
'Overflow' plan
Photos: Tickets go fast
Big media... passing time... faculty political experts
Cost recovery
Vol. 39, No. 69 / February 13, 2008
Final confirmation of Obama rally
Notice: Late change of location for Thursday's Obama ticket distribution
Thursday's hours at Kress: 9 a.m. to noon
Ticket distribution is Campaign responsibility
Some take advantage of web option
Vol. 39, No. 68 / February 11, 2008
Obama visit to Green Bay
Photos: 'Dick Bennett Gym'
Board of Regents OKs leadership pay hike
Gallery photos: art show
Remembering Irene Shewalter
Register for state Women's Studies, LGBTQ conferences here
Open house a success
Feb. 28 session on Family/Medical Leave
March program: 'Hiring Practices'
Miss the New Employee Orientation Info Session?
UW-Green Bay Annual Report is now online
Martinez, Steeno join Hall of Fame
Nobel winner once spoke here
'The Benefits of Therapeutic Massage' this Wednesday
No polling place here for students
Health perceptions survey
Circle K offers a Valentine's treat
Women's team invites you to the Kress
Men seek to rebound vs. Milwaukee
Johanson show
Parkside search groups have familiar names
WARF sues Intel over patents
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Vol. 39, No. 67 / February 7, 2008
Breaking news from Regents
Green Bay students gain new path to UW
Changes on the UW-Green Bay campus? Not really
New pages for your phone book
Dick Bennett, New York Times and UW-Green Bay
Stunning tribute to the late Scott Nichols
'Suicide of Marine veteran, student affects many'
Suicide-awareness message
Contemporary Percussion Ensemble, Civic Symphony earn applause
Show your student employees you value their work
Call for Nominations: 2008 Academic Staff Regents Award
Headline: 'UW wants to build rat and mouse building'
Reminder: Regent TV
Wisconsin Women in Higher Education Leadership Spring Workshop
Tributes pour in from students, alumni, friends for Anne Kok
Vol. 39, No. 66 / February 6, 2008
UW System floats idea of 'dual transcripts' for grads
Regents see need to boost leaders' salaries
Photos: Chili's top dogs
Spencer retirement
Visitation, funeral for Anne Kok
Leaving Arizona? For Wisconsin?
'Flu-like' illnesses are on the rise
10 ways to beat the flu
'Therapeutic Massage' is EAP topic
Final, final call on nominating Green Bay student stars for 'Posters'
Seeking upset vs. No. 10 Butler
Columnist cites Dick Bennett as class act
Weidner audience hears of Woodruffs' struggles
Last call for Daffodil Days
Sodexho chefs create Chicago buzz
Blame for the current budget shortfall
Reminder: Sexual Assaults
Another one on Thursday
Vol. 39, No. 65 / February 5-6, 2008
February 6, 2008:
Visitation Friday, funeral Saturday in Sturgeon Bay for Anne Kok
Web site, photos are focal points for remembrances of Anne Kok
Condolences from a former colleague in Jordan
International education played big role in Kok's life
Door County Advocate features tributes to Kok; also, details of accident
Notes and letters to Mona Christensen

February 5, 2008:
Door County accident claims life of Prof. Anne Kok
Counselors available for those grieving the passing of Prof. Anne Kok
Chancellor Shepard: Kok 'touched the lives of many'
Update on Mona Christensen's condition
Awaiting word on services and possible memorials
Vol. 39, No. 64 / February 4, 2008
Correction on date for Prof. Meyer's book talk: Feb. 12
Chili Cookoff: 11:30 to 12:30
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Vol. 39, No. 63 / February 1, 2008
Convocations: Aug. 26 and Jan. 21
Memorial service for 4E managing editor
Reminder on depression treatment, suicide awareness
Laptop discussion
Act fast: Why 'Posters in Rotunda' is early
Now's the time to apply for Research Scholar Program, Fall 2008
Want to discover your inner Qi?
Registration for summer art studios, Jazz on the Bay
HUS book series features African-American classic
Reminder: Bellin Health 'showcase'
Learning Partnership launches redesigned Website
Educator grants can target 'achievement gap'
You'll think you're in Arizona
'Biz Bites' series offers lunch and info
Calling out colleges on student learning
UW likely to fight ruling on funding of Catholic student group
UW touts Big Ten Network as holding down ticket prices
More on 'helicopter parents'
An update on Space Grant Consortium
Vol. 39, No. 62 / January 31, 2008
Library's Dettman earns statewide award
Honoring Dick Bennett
Budget cuts? UW might be among special cases
Student wins Galt Scholarship for New Zealand travel...
... and, this time, he'll take books with him
Filmmaker's visit
Dutch's 'scene' cut from National Treasure II
Harris project with Jordanian filmmaker
TV stars, this noon
Laptop debate to make the news
German Day: Hundreds of Deutsche speakers are coming Friday
¡Recuerde, amigos! Clases de español
Certainties: Death, taxes and VITA
Art faculty's 5 p.m. talk
Reminder on cutoff dates for checks
Tickets on sale Friday for Lisa Lampanelli
UW-Madison gets publicity for sleep/brain study
Briefs: Dalke, Goff, Lacey, White, Yingst
Vol. 39, No. 61 / January 29, 2008
Announcement: Classes starting after 4:30 p.m. are cancelled
University remains open
Vol. 39, No. 60 / January 28, 2008
Visitors thank UW-Green Bay for Faculty Development Conference
Emailed appointment letters
Details on unclassified staff pay
State considers spending limits
'Ask GB' — and get automated response
Bauer-Dantoin to host discussion of HPV vaccine
Global warming and the unfrozen tundra?
Habitat for Humanity, bowling, spaghetti and you
Reminder: Honors Recital
Time management? Conflict at work?
UW-Manitowoc, Michigan State announce transfer agreement
Daffodil Days with credit-card option
Bob & Tom at the Weidner
Reminder: Orientation overview
RSVP for Optimists
Brief: Gurung
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Vol. 39, No. 59 / January 24, 2008
Feedback wanted on UW-Green Bay web redesign
Posters in Rotunda is way early
Poundstone will autograph books, aid Cofrin Friends
'Rauc'n'roll at your library
Doyle's State of the State message
Art faculty show
Award-winning Latino filmmaker will visit
Click here for Spanish
Amended menu not so meaty
Common Theme: 'Waging War, Waging Peace'
Honors Recital features top student
Reminder: Friday's international program
Stanley recap: 'real,' 'relevant'
Next up... 'Don't Worry, Be Happy'
Nominations for spring Student Leadership Awards
OrgSmorg is next week
Good Times concert includes collection for Pheasant Run fire
Entrepreneur training
... and seminars on selling... and leadership
Reminder: NAS scholarship reception
Rare Saturday matinee for the men
Lee Woodruff at the Weidner
Prine tickets at 10 a.m.
'Outagamie County backs UW-Fox Valley land buy'
Jazzy reminder
Campus Compact has awards for community-based learning
IRE advertises for grant proposals
Briefs: Gurung, Johnson, Roeder publications
Vol. 39, No. 58 / January 22, 2008
'New' Student Services Building
Inside the new 'service centers'
Faculty/staff open house
Prof. Kaye's national TV interview is lively, and online
Conversational Spanish is continuing
Saturday's Jazz Fest headliner was Sinatra saxophonist
About 300 young participants
Reminder: MLK read-a-thon on Wednesday
Know a potential Ambassador?
Reminder: Supervisors can learn about new-employee orientation
Coury talk will spice up German Luncheon
The menu
Forget football... drown your sorrows in some red-hot chili
John Prine
Two at home for women's hoops
The best Cleveland State team since Mouse McFadden
UW System in market for three chancellors
How does the Madison salary compare?
'Rights under federal laws eroded, legislator says'
Parkside donor denies allegations
Current tax shortfall seen as possible threat
Latest ruling on UW-Madison activity fees
Preble Optimists invite campus to lunch, at Kress
Focus the Nation is a no-go
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Vol. 39, No. 57 / January 17, 2008
Chancellor's speech: 'Let's ever more lead'
Kaye on Moyers, national TV on Friday night
Pretty snow
Photos: service-anniversary honorees
UW-Green Bay Jazz Fest, saxophonist Calle
Details on book-discussion grants for Lo, Meyer/Martin groups
Theatre program brings home awards from ACTF
Well represented
Actor McLain earned additional invites
Riddle has leadership role
MLK Celebration includes UW-Green Bay staff
Italian Studies journal offers tribute: 'Essays in Honor of Anthony Galt'
Why a lot of people love the Packers
UW-Green Bay to host anti-bullying workshop
Another Vatican gig for Eau Claire band
Report: Some Madison staffers had personal data exposed on web
Parkside chancellor to retire
UW-Madison late on admissions decisions
Competitive Wisconsin plans to 'grow wealth '
UW-Stout restructures academic programs
Reminders: Alumni Association gathering, TV game
Vol. 39, No. 56 / January 16, 2008
Pre-game rally for Alumni, this Saturday
Friends offer Poundstone drawing
Services for Mrs. Meyer
Vol. 39, No. 55 / January 15, 2008
University mourns passing of Betty Rose Meyer
Mrs. Meyer's pride was scholarship for 'average' students in financial need
Funeral arrangements pending
Mrs. Meyer, husband Robert were business leaders
In addition to scholarships, support for Founders, Weidner Center and Kress
Vol. 39, No. 54 / January 14, 2008
Crowd packs mid-year convocation
PeopleSoft Financials to head for sidelines in February
Windy City newspaper highlights Hinton '79, 97
Shane steals competitors' signals
Judge Parins art at AIC
Faculty will huddle on Thursday
Motivational talk, and an important drive
Nominate your student-employee MVPs
Flags at half staff
SBDC will coach entrepreneurs in Sturgeon Bay
Women outnumber men on UW-Green Bay depth charts
Madison seeks new 'QB'
UW considers trade possibilities on email
Reminder: Auction of Packers football
Reminder: Help us correct our roster
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Vol. 39, No. 53 / January 10, 2008
AIC football auction
Editorial on campus safety mentions Shepard, Green Bay
Any corrections for campus phone book update?
Young and old will come together on Monday
Phoenix men crack Top 100
Distinguished speakers highlight international program for faculty
Faculty and staff will talk 'why' and 'how'
Speaker Green leads ACE internationalization initiatives
Speaker Scheibler has been cultural consultant
Reception for math, science scholarship winners
Reminder: Motivational speaker (a UW-Green Bay grad) presents here Jan. 17
WARF stem-cell deal
Vol. 39, No. 52 / January 8, 2008
RSVP for Monday's gathering
The list of 40-year, 35-, 30-, 25-, 20- and 10-year vets
Alumnus lands big art job
'Coach McDreamy' at Washington State
January showers bring Daffodil Days
Friends of the Cofrin Library raffle winners...
Supervisors can learn about new-employee orientation
Next luncheon is German
'Developing Leaders' program
Tracking wildlife at Baird Creek
Phoenix women host two this week
Men face tough road
Porath makes national sharpshooter list
It's Senior Day for swimmers
Skiers at US Nationals
Bartell, Gushwa, Kok, Hughes, Anderson inducted
Mourners remember LSD
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Vol. 39, No. 51 / January 3, 2008
The passing of former Gov. Lee Sherman Dreyfus
Flags at half-staff
UW-Green Bay ties
Reilly: Dreyfus a technology advocate
Phoenix women won't go head-to-head with Packers
Snapshots: Crew carries 'the big map' to new home
Display was gift from alumnus
The new view in the 8th Floor lobby
Academic Staff funds
WiCC news
'Persistence, genius mix for chemist'
Katharine Lyall's new book
'People of the year' have strong UW System representation
Editorial: 'focus on job growth'
Vol. 39, No. 50 / January 2, 2008
Last chance for Friends raffle, gift cards
UW-Green Bay security focus is in the news
Cold weather brings national exposure for Marker
Chancellor's office hour is Monday (with new location)
Newspaper assesses Green Bay's diversity-friendliness
Attention, Machiavelli fans
You'll need a ticket to 'Talk Sex with Sue'
First Channel 32 broadcast is Saturday
Columnist Still weighs in on New North
Soglin sings praises of libraries
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Vol. 39, No. 49 / December 21, 2007
Commencement videos
Kraft gets nationwide ink with ozone column
Channel 32 will broadcast (FREE!) Phoenix hoops
Saturday action
A cheery holiday pitch
Vol. 39, No. 48 / December 20, 2007
UW-Green Bay readies for biofuel test
Why here? No coal in our stockings
Energy audit will have more immediate impact
Holiday gathering at 4 p.m.
Gurung tips on holiday stress
University Union construction-related access and closures
Dining options for Winter Break
Outreach unveils spring courses for educators
'Climate Change Day'
Cancer Society planning meeting
Coaching your employees
No 'Sloshkosh,' no 'UW-Zero'
O'Brien, Ricketts get all-region honors
Vol. 39, No. 47 / December 19, 2007
New report spotlights UW-Green Bay safety initiatives
Adsit earns Scholarship of Teaching and Learning Award
She'll present at January conference
New policy on employee tuition assistance
Where to eat, this Friday
Reminder: Rodeheaver farewell
Students have bright idea for conservation
Friends of Cofrin Library offer Poundstone prize
Late-night snacks for Finals Week
Morgridge family's $175 million scholarship
Another new United Way total
Reminder: Mid-Year Convocation is new date
Please RSVP
'Talk Sex' during Valentine's week
Ec Center collects for St. John's homeless
Hearing on faculty/staff bargaining
Free speech? Not with security surcharge
UW-Milwaukee says it's Favre-like
Pay seen as obstacle in search for Madison chancellor
Return of the LOG
Vol. 39, No. 46 / December 18, 2007
Commencement: The day in photos
In distinguished fashion
Photoblog: 'We did it!'
Snapshots: Latte fun
More commencement coverage
Sodexho announces shifts with Overlee, Noel
Remembering George Nau Burridge
Thanks for donating books
Profs weigh in on City Hall's nativity scene
Police rule Xiong case a traffic fatality
Reminder: Men's game is 2 p.m. start
Women host two more
Ohio State couldn't beat the Phoenix
See you tomorrow
Brief: VonDras
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Vol. 39, No. 45 / December 14, 2007
Helping those affected by apartment fire
Commencement reminders
On Monday, Chancellor brews Finals Week coffee
Vol. 39, No. 44 / December 13, 2007
Finals? Better latte than never
Social Work students help Packer help children
Sodexho offers take-home desserts
Great Books sequel
Look who's new on campus!
'Ovation' gets applause at Kress
Installation was a 'teaching moment'
Choice of artwork had broad input
Deetz is spring semester Research Scholar
Hutchison's Italy trip
MLK read-a-thon is Jan. 23
The holidays... when thoughts turn to... CHILI!
Who's Who? Them
Reminder: Percussion, hand drumming
Phoenix vs. Badgers
Fast swimmers
'A bold plan to increase wealth in Wisconsin'
Loan company had links to state D-1 programs
Brief: Miller
Vol. 39, No. 43 / December 11, 2007
Intramural stars will be in Kress spotlight
Phoenix vs. Badgers, on TV here
Regents post newsy summary
Upward Bound invites contributions for holiday outreach
Vol. 39, No. 42 / December 10, 2007
Sabbaticals for eight at UW-Green Bay
Students track our carbon footprint
SGA sets smoking forum
This week only: Coffee with Bruce at 9:30 a.m.
Percussion concert
Raffle benefits Cofrin Library
Campus United Way hits goal
Flag to fly
PEA pride in student engagement
Adobe software deals
Madison's Wiley says he'll step down
UW System backs stricter student fee use
Is UW-Madison tuition too low?
Raising the cost at UW-La Crosse
Madison will review fees for speech security
UW System veteran enrollment is on the rise
In memoriam
Disappointing update in Wilde case
Exam anxiety? Try a massage
Clerk's Office for Passports
UW System hosts nanotechnology event
May 8 for Founders
Eight from Green Bay are all-academic
Swan House calendars
More helping hands, too
Reminder: Full-color Sheepshead, shirts and a party
Don't forget yoga
When a corporate headquarters leaves town
Briefs: Draney, Roeder, Snortum
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Vol. 39, No. 41 / December 6, 2007
Commencement: Names and numbers
Top youth choirs will join in Dec. 9 student concert
Banishing stress is Gurung topic
Live, via Regentvision
Inside UW-Green Bay magazine
Bellin LifeLines returns with Woodruff, Eikenberrys, PBS doctor
New this season: Single lectures available
More on UW System enrollment gains
Colorful launch: Sheepshead party is Monday
Ceremony at Mediation Center will honor Juliet Cole
The Give-a-kid-a-book Campaign
The sell-back-a-book campaign
Buy it here and benefit the Friends of the Cofrin Library
UW students binge drinking (slightly) less
The Case of the Stolen 'W'
Briefs: Heuer, Perkins
Vol. 39, No. 40 / December 5, 2007
It's official: UW System enrollment sets record
Intercollegiate Athletics gets positive feedback from NCAA
Statement on illnesses
Details of Kwanzaa celebration
Correction on Bookstore sale hours
Media coverage: Hansen's new bill on unionization
Vol. 39, No. 39 / December 3, 2007
New Mid-Year Convocation is Jan. 16
Laatsch will emcee service awards
Look for invite soon
A break in Amber Wilde case?
Pub for new-look Union, Student Services
Eight at UW-Green Bay are up for sabbaticals
Chancellor's Medallion honorees
UW System reading grants for Meyer, Martin, Lo
Photoblog: student art show
And a 'strange, surprising, wacky' installation
Sen. Hansen: Bargaining a 'fundamental civil right'
Press-Gazette lauds national visibility for Phuture Phoenix
Rules would tighten sick leave policy
Policy change at UW-Milwaukee
Gay marriage challenge
Bravos for Brecher, Meder's chorus
'The Benefits of Yoga,' courtesy of Employee Assistance
Motivational speaker presents here Jan. 17
Spring-semester development programs
'Third Thursday': don't stress out!
Bookstore sale is Thursday, Friday
Last chance
Friday is last day to contribute to veterans care packages
Shorewood Golf Course is really, truly closed
Unless you want to shop
Reminder: Students and 'Carbon Footprint' on Tuesday
Brief: Meder, Brecher, Severtson
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Vol. 39, No. 38 / November 30, 2007
Counterfeit bills passed on campus; University community should be cautious
How To Detect Counterfeit Money
Federal Reserve and Treasury Seals
Serial Numbers
Vol. 39, No. 37 / November 29, 2007
Students report on campus 'Carbon Footprint'
Four students win research grants
Tales from the classroom: Media Log Blog
Brecher is tenor soloist for this weekend's Messiah
Photos: International Voice Competition
Classified Staff bell ringing
Tis the Season on Saturday
Reminder: Hansen on bargaining bill
Reminder: Minority Vendor Fair
Reminder: Saturday's concert, Elie Wiesel's 'Night'
'Winnesota' chancellor challenges Wisconsin policymakers
State will clean up UW coal plant
Brief: Stokes, Kaufman, Tabers-Kwak
Warning on 'vishing'
Vol. 39, No. 36 / November 26, 2007
Update on Student Services remodeling
Move-back days are Dec. 19, 20
Wisconsin Deferred Compensation is the topic
Cruz gets European Union grant on urban sprawl
UW-Green Bay wins two grants for 'College Lesson Study'
Kraft speaks out on ozone
Jacksons in action
Saturday's concert tackles themes of Elie Wiesel's 'Night'
Holocaust-inspired piece involves interdisciplinary team
'Nutcracker' again has UW-Green Bay flavor
Video: Introducing the new Phlash Phoenix
A good deal on a good game
Nice win
UW-Green Bay, home of the trophy muskies
Reminder: invasion of the earthworms!
United Way partnership brings summit to campus
Speaking of the United Way: last chance
Get ready for Loving, romantic talk
Moliere comes to life Thursday
Screening of Zacarias film on East High plot
'Plan recommends 5 percent raises for state employees'
Applause for UW-Madison stem cell discovery
Legislator: Big Ten Network contract 'a disaster'
UW System 'listening session' on Tuesday
Praise for accountability initiative
Free Woodwind concert
And the student art winners are...
Jingle Bell Run/Walk
Tickets going fast for Holiday Luncheon
Reminder: 'Legal Issues for Supervisors'
Briefs: Craver, Kraft, Lockard
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Vol. 39, No. 35 / November 20, 2007
UW-Green Bay's Shepard elected to AASCU board
UW reports big breakthrough on stem cells
Day after Thanksgiving: Common Grounds, Garden Cafˇ open
Snyder '04 visits for talk on invasive earthworms
Cain '93 on graphic design
UW System Research and Development Assistance Opportunities deadline
RCMS students earn silver in national video contest
Tuesday reminders: Vocal Jazz, French concert, Czech-Slovak
New video: Kress Center ribbon-cutting
Holiday Luncheon
'UW faculty sick leave changes pushed'
Doyle launches KnowHow2Go
UW to get $6.1M from Big Ten Network
UW System wants your ideas
Whitewater chancellor search committee
Men's basketball team in action at Resch
'Urinetown' was a hit
Enjoy Thanksgiving, and remember Dr. Loving
Briefs: Nielsen, VonDras
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Vol. 39, No. 34 / November 15, 2007
'Legal Issues for Supervisors' is Nov. 27
If you're in town, 'Urinetown'
Benjamin Brecher and the Urinetown Orchestra
Photos: Olson, Riopelle, philanthropy awards
Early bird gets the Phoenix tickets!
Vocal Jazz and Milwaukee performer share concert
Public invited to hear Czech/Slovak voice competition at UW-Green Bay
Gallery opening tonight
Six UW-Green Bay vocalists compete at state
More flu shots
UW System listening sessions: Economic ideas sought
Noose sparks response at Stevens Point
More Friday classes, less drinking?
MATC salaries draw scrutiny
Give blood
Habitat for Humanity seeks donations
'The Blog'
'The Guestworker'
Great Lakes Story: The Schooner Age
EC promotes prayer-flag project
Briefs: Meredith, Sanders
Vol. 39, No. 33 / November 14, 2007
HLC team recommends 10-year accreditation, requests Growth Agenda report
Shepard thanks review team, campus community for quality work
Shepard: Review team understands Growth Agenda challenges
Student, alumni, community support for UW-Green Bay draws praise
What's next: It ain't over 'til it's over
Vol. 39, No. 32 / November 14, 2007
Statement on HLC visit expected shortly
Loving comes to campus
Photo gallery: first Kress concert
Add to French festivities
Photo gallery: vets reception
Channel 11 video
LOG returns Thursday
Vol. 39, No. 31 / November 12, 2007
VIPs from HLC
ESPN2 has Phoenix/Buckeyes, tonight
Don't hold off on 'Urinetown'
Olson, Riopelle win philanthropy honors
Reminder: Founders Dinner
Concert recap: Switchfoot and Relient K 'fantastic!'
Band photos
Thanks for the help
Press-Gazette previews Kress as venue
Video: Student reaction to Kress is 'Awesome!'
Workshop on Clampitt's 'Decision Downloading'
SBDC also addresses negotiations, marketing
Persuasion for Jane Austen fans
Student art show opens Thursday
Interested in NEA grants?
Le Novembre, le mois pour le fran¨ais
Photos: Alumni receptions in Twin Cities, Madison
'Journey to Jordan' student offers testimonial
Publicity helps, Harris says
International Education Week starts today
Faculty Development Conference: 'How Students Learn'
Participants loved 'Leadership from the Heart'
Reminder: Sweet lecture, Downtown
Nov. 16 is deadline for ERA deductions
Sorry, we're closed these days...
'Accountability' is key topic at Regents
UW-Madison researcher challenges governor on Wisconsin Covenant
USA Today looks at NSSE
KnowHow2GO college-prep campaign will launch Friday
UW O needs to raise $8.6 million for new building
Some students want campus totally smoke-free
Smokeout is Thursday
Holiday Luncheon is Dec. 7
Nothing new on 'bottle bombs'
Shop talk: Rumor control at U of K
Congratulations, undefeated Matt Bollant
On the defensive: Phoenix men still alive
Contract not renewed for women's soccer coach Ross
Dick Bennett makes Wisconsin sports hall of fame
Briefs: Shariff, Shepard, Vespia, Fitzpatrick, Kaufman, Tabers-Kwak, Furlong
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Vol. 39, No. 30 / November 8, 2007
'Urinetown' to make a splash at UW-Green Bay
5 Browns, $15 tickets, tonight!
Also tonight, 'State of the Bay' update
Prof. Block wins national award in public health nursing
Photoblog: Halloween costumes
E-newsletters offer links to downtown, African American community
'Black Community Information Notices'
'What's Up Downtown'
Presenting... 'The Blog'
Regents webcast this Friday
Navy's Stewart is guest speaker at Monday's reception
Last call for vet 'care packages'
Tickets for Holiday Luncheon go on sale Monday
Oral traditions are Sweet's topic Downtown, Nov. 15
Reminder: Native American program today
Giving the 'United Way'
Great American Smokeout... and 10% off on going 'cold turkey'
International Education week, Indian dance lessons
Soccer hosts Horizon playoff game(s)
Green Bay men face tough home opener Friday
Vol. 39, No. 29 / November 6, 2007
More photos from big Kress event
Editorial-page kudos
First Kress concert now a sellout
Free movie passes
Exhibit juror Cho will present public lecture on Wednesday
Ruling in Xiong death
Passing of Mara Galaty
Vol. 39, No. 28 / November 5, 2007
Chancellor, Governor's Task Force release campus safety report
Shepards return for Nutcracker 2007
Soldier care packages
Veteran appreciation day is next Monday
Gallery: A picture-perfect debut for the Kress
'Ergonomics in the Workplace'
National publication quotes Gurung
Thursday event continues focus on Indian mascot issue
Links to UW-Green Bay faculty for Army jazz player
Baird Creek hike
Report: 'Helicopter parents' aren't all bad
Live from UW-Green Bay: The O'Reilly Factor?
Budget could be hit with a $72M hole
Stevens Point mulls impact
Riopelle in new leadership book
Famous Dave's founder visits Wednesday for free lecture
An entertaining week at the Weidner
UW-Green Bay hosts workshop on grieving, bereaved
Phoenix men tie No. 12 Northwestern
Reminder: Nominations for Women of Color award
Cheap vittles
Brief: E. Nicole Meyer
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Vol. 39, No. 27 / November 1, 2007
UW-Green Bay adopts 'e-billing'
Campus police announce break on vehicle break-ins
Ritch start for United Way
Student musicians join Army Jazz Ambassadors at Meyer
Nov. 15 deadline for Grants in Aid of Research
Meet the Salernos
Booksalepalooza II
Cofrin Library Friends announce new affinity program with Powell's
Funds for academic staff development
International Education Week
'$33 million Kress Events Center is already open for fitness'
Ceremony set for Saturday's official grand opening
Inflatables, giveaways, food, fun
The end of golf
They want your blood
Why do old people drive so slow? Kids wear their pants so low?
$40 million for Wisconsin Covenant foundation
Foreign films tackle immigration issues
UW-Green Bay to host minority vendor fair
Talkin' about WGBW
Brief: Vespia
Vol. 39, No. 26 / October 29, 2007
Chancellor thanks community for recent milestones
AP report on UW System growth highlights Green Bay, Oshkosh
Countdown to Kress Grand Opening
Video: 'From PSC to KEC'
University offers alumni free trial membership
The return of WGBW!
Tuesday workshop touts 403(b) program for retirement, taxes
Fermanichs featured in Neville 'Great Lakes" series
Reminder on pizza
UW-Green Bay students trick or treat for charity
Bookstore promises 'Spooktacular Savings'
Batty Bash, Gravedancers Ball
Halloween basketball
'Edgar Allen Poe Bake Sale'
Salas resigns over immigrant issue
WPR applies for broader broadcasting
Group pledges $85 million to UW biz school
Diversity and the 'competitive edge'
Joe Gow
UW-Madison requires transfer students to get oriented
Senior Resource Fair is Nov. 7
Relaunch of Horizon League Network
Switchfoot/Relient K concert tickets are scarce
Visiting analyst will examine affordable housing, Brown County
Briefs: Lacey, Nielsen
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Vol. 39, No. 25-B / October 25, 2007
Daylight Savings Time doesn't end this weekend — it's next weekend
Vol. 39, No. 25 / October 25, 2007
Shepard to address budget, good news in 'FYI'
Budget signing Friday, at UW-Madison
Sorry, he'll be there, not here
Good news for WHEG students
Teachers, alumni enjoy Madison
Mark your calendar: Nov. 12 is Veteran Appreciation Reception
Fogies, whippersnappers to talk
A video take on 'these students today'
Carlin here Friday
'Famous Dave' is coming to campus
VIR on health insurance changes
Another reminder: 'Sexual Ethics in the Workplace' training
And another: CPR
'Reboot' the effort to oversee IT, editorial urges
Shakeup among Senate Democrats
They want you for 14th Annual Jingle Bell Run/Walk for Arthritis
For the record: HLC open forum
Brown County Library hosts big sale
Campus Compact's fall meeting on 'Service Learning/Engagement'
Warm fuzzy on kittens
Vol. 39, No. 24 / October 23, 2007
Jury still out on state budget
TV-2 explains budget boost for 'Growth Agenda'
Possible budget 'winners' and 'losers'
Free kittens for everyone!
Fees, pork, politics
Celebration dinner honors contributors to Kress
Photo gallery: a special night
Reminders on Grand Opening special events
CFL Challenge, and 'Energy Day'
Here's how to pay for your bulbs
Snapshots: The NEW Learning Center... is officially open!
UW-Green Bay and crime prevention
Historian Kersten on paper
Anthropologist White on 'flashers'
Media coverage of Darfur speaker
Metropolitan Opera singer to meet with students
Recertify for CPR
Upward Bound pizza-promotion fundraiser
New road, new name
Last call for would-be 'roadies'
More 'Great Lakes Story': Thursday lecture on invasive species
Phoenix soccer
Meet new coach Bollant at Thursday's brown-bag
Reminders: omnivores, visiting China scholar, sex ethics in workplace
Public TV advertises 'Do Not Go Gently'
Briefs: Cole, Lockard, Tomashek-Ditter
Vol. 39, No. 23 / October 22, 2007
UW System leaders react to budget compromise
Press Gazette coverage emphasizes UW-Green Bay growth plans
Anatomy of a budget deal
Risser, Nass take issue with specifics
Reviews are in: J-S says 'mostly in the right direction'
Post-Crescent: A victory for UW, but watch out for accounting tricks
Press-Gazette: Don't forget the gridlock
State Journal: Budget deal is 'OK'
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Vol. 39, No. 22 / October 18, 2007
UW-Green Bay, UW O open NEW Learning Center
Fish story: UW-Madison's Magnuson talks climate change at Neville
Brown-bag basketball lunch (22nd annual!) is Thursday
One thousand points of light
Fundraiser Sunday for McAllister
How to eat like an omnivore, sustainably
More on Visiting Scholars visit
Big week for international issues, SNC/UWGB collaboration
Still time to take a step
Award-winning UW-Green Bay grad writes on Crandon tragedy
Regent addresses 'shutdown' talk
Doyle raised scenario with Tuesday's remarks
Ellis: Doyle is bluffing
A bed-in at the Capitol?
'UW officials wait to see what lawmakers do'
'Sexual Ethics in the Workplace' training: Oct. 30 or 31
Seminar is part of yearlong series
'Dream Play,' second week
Passing of former UW-Sheboygan dean Ray Hernandez dies at 59
Briefs: Goff, Gurung, Wilson-Doenges, Martin
Vol. 39, No. 21 / October 15, 2007
National honors for 'Stuff2Do'
SNC, UWGB host Darfur expert Oct. 22
Visiting scholar from Stockholm Environment Institute
Lecture, reception are part of Han's itinerary
Latest on budget: 'A bow tie on a cow pie'
Another kudo for Phuture Phoenix
'Dream Play' gets good review
Shay's talk, 'Computers: Past Present and Future' is Thursday
Voelker: Still time to climb
Remember: Benefit/Wellness Fair
'Same Sex Marriage - A Civil Debate' is Tuesday at Union
A solid 'D' for Phoenix soccer
Reminders: World Food Day, Iraq, band concert, charity walk
Community comes together for Hernandez
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Vol. 39, No. 20 / October 12, 2007
Vote scheduled Monday on Doyle Budget II
Flu shots available
Research Scholar Award offers release time
Phuture Phoenix value for UW-Green Bay students
World Food Day teleconference
Meet the Mennonites
Full details on Difference Walk
Advice on applying to UW-Madison
Pre-season predictions: Who cares?
Ecumenical Center lists weekly events
Don't feel blue, eat green
Brief: Caglar
Vol. 39, No. 19 / October 11, 2007
Opportunity for offices, programs to market at Kress grand opening
Phantastic photos: Phuture Phoenix
La Follette awards citations
Friday deadline for light-bulb orders
Shane shares semi-final numbers
'Doyle calls his budget plan less harsh for UW'
GOP leader claims he's not interested
Reilly, Bradley say Doyle II falls short
Newspaper calls for 'a really special' session
Take a nature hike, instead
'Steps' walk is getting closer
Lecturer: 'Road to Iraq began in Vietnam'
UW-Green Bay bands open season Oct. 17
Bollant calls on Bennett
Reminder: Depression Screening
Grazie, Prof. Jeffreys, on Italian dinner
Reminder on proposal deadlines for UW-Green Bay's April conferences
LOG returns on Friday
Vol. 39, No. 18 / October 8, 2007
Kress Center grand opening
Employee Benefits & Wellness Fair
Phuture Phoenix Day
Doyle, La Follette visits
Professor sees Pack mentality on campus
More pub for summer Psychology Institute
Coffee talk with Bruce
UW-Green Bay promotes National Depression Screening Day
Warning signs
Counselors reach out after Crandon tragedy
Aids Board says impasse hurting 200 at UW-Green Bay
Newspapers step up criticism of Legislature
Pro/con rallies Oct. 17 in Madison
Reilly: 'Education at a crossroads'
Journal-Sentinel favors 'right to choose'
Fantastic world of 'Dream Play'
Hypnotist returns
Dance is back at Weidner
Gallery talk for 'Sculpture'
Street artists to show stuff here
Reminder: Mueller gathering
Tompkins, UW System eye new standards
Latino lecture
LGBT brown-bag
Volunteer Fair
A tale of big-time athletics
Alliant Energy recognizes some other top teachers
Reminder: Buy your lights by Oct. 12
SBDC teaches team-building, performance, startups
Briefs: Brecher, Lacey, Linssen
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Vol. 39, No. 17 / October 5, 2007
Board of Regents recap
Chancellor appoints Hildebrand
Speaker's topic: Indian 'mascots'
'Sculpture at the Edge' arrives
Student fashion show
Vol. 39, No. 16 / October 4, 2007
Regents demand action; Shepard speaks out
Phuture Phoenix brings Doyle, La Follette here
Reminder: fluorescent challenge
Theatre opens with 'Dream Play'
Lecture: Latino immigrants in Midwest
This is the end... sort of
Campaign recap
Learn the ropes at the Kress
Snapshots: Chancellor tackles the tower
Live your dream of being a concert roadie
Return of a former chancellor
Fall Conference draws crowds
UW-Green Bay scores well on NCAA test
Next meeting on LGBTQ issues is Wednesday
Craig Mueller memorial
Research grants for faculty
Sheepshead deadline
Report: Whitewater dean didn't face discrimination
Open Enrollment for employee benefits: Please read
Vol. 39, No. 15 / October 1, 2007
Communitywide Challenge means a deal for you on compact fluorescents
Here's how your household can help
Energy savings... and more...
Coffee with Bruce
Friday workshop
'You' tells Meacham's story
Kersten explains Green Bay political history
Burns' 'The War' is flawed masterpiece, Kaye writes
Noll services
Innovations in Instructional Development
Workshop: 'Extraordinary Experiences' in grieving
Dunham adds second show
A good blood drive
Job/internship fair for students
Taco Tuesday
UW leaders, Regents, students all agree: Cuts would be bad
Cap Times endorses bargaining proposal
Isthmus profiles Nass
Embarrassment? Or not?
Regents: Don't hand other students the bill on vets' tuition
Big-time soccer
Regents at River Falls
Reminder on railroading program
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Vol. 39, No. 14 / September 28, 2007
Nursing Prof. Lorraine Noll 'connected' with far-flung students
Vol. 39, No. 13 / September 27, 2007
Reilly speaks out on budget
Institute's annual conference targets 'diverse learners'
Photoblog: scenes and faces
Shane & Garfunkel
Ohio State is actually Saturday
UW System: Majority of students rely on financial aid
'Preferred lenders' issue dominates hearing
UW-Green Bay training OK under policy
Editorial touts UW research grants
Response to Madison threat earns praise
Accounting student helps WICPA
Italian food going fast
Laatsch on to 'Maps'
'Clickers' a tool for classroom engagement
Statewide Service Learning conference
The rarest of Green Bay sightings: swimming Badgers
Phoenix women hit the links
Small Business Development Center workshops
They're Optimistic
Briefs: Phoenix, Entwistle
Vol. 39, No. 12 / September 24, 2007
Publicity for freshman seminars
Cofrin Friends present: 'Riding the Rails,' Wisconsin-style
Coffee with Bruce
Journey to Jordan in global newsletter
2007-08 Theatre season
Reminder: Visiting lecturer on torture, CIA
History-of-comics lecture
Grant opportunity: Campus Reading Seminars
Futbol vs. Ohio State
TV-2 highlights Kress
Workshop: Getting your family photos in order
Jeff Dunham and a bunch of dummies
Herman's Hermits
Blood drive
Tetzloff and Schanen talk 'Four Agreements'
Regent writes on budget danger
Kaufert: Something has to change
Vet complains about benefit funding
Hearing today on financial aid, ethics conflicts
Oshkosh prof is critical
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Vol. 39, No. 11 / September 20, 2007
Classified Staff Fall Conference
Lajdziak '79 in the news
Torture, covert operations
UW-Green Bay has seat at NYC gala
Campaign Blog: So far, so good
Here's the story on EAP
Planner glitch: Change these dates
Family Guy and South Park
Preview: Phoenix/Badgers
Remember this: Saving-your-family-memories workshop is Oct. 6
Tickets for George Carlin
More buzz for weekend's comedy shows
Home-grown alumni comedy
Student tix for Switchfoot, Relient K
Erdman, cormorants, perch
Ebola at UW-Madison?
Real story: UW gets $41 from NIH for med research
Marketing is topic of Small Biz workshop
Briefs: Bollant, Ganyard, McCartney, Ettinger, Rogers, Smith, Dettman, Swan
Vol. 39, No. 10 / September 18, 2007
Short deal for students
'Comic Book Confidential'
Do-it-yourself comix
Reminder: aqu’ y ahora for Spanish sign-up
Less babble, more work
This columnist doesn't love U
Vol. 39, No. 9 / September 17, 2007
From a distance, students search for Fossett
Campaign blogging: The Faculty & Staff Campaign
Photoblog: 'Say Cheese'
We deserve a choice on unions, professor writes
Update on budget stalemate
Coming soon: WI Women in Higher Education Leadership Conference
Top student researchers win Space Grant support
Men's soccer team preps for Badgers
Eating Italian
Test for depression
Ventriloquist brings comedy to Weidner Center
Caliendo, Short
Org Smorg is Wednesday
Clothing sale
Reminders: Historical Perspectives lecture, Constitution Day
Brief: Lacey
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Vol. 39, No. 8 / September 13, 2007
Student-aid legislation draw interest at UW-Green Bay
Hammersmith a candidate at Bloomburg
Learning the ins/outs of seeking tenure, post-tenure promotions
News from Women's Studies
More on statewide conference
Lecture: Japanese American incarceration during WWII
'The U.S., The Cold War and Torture'
Constitution Day activities listed
Photo gallery: Xiong gathering
Nielsen to speak at 'Power of the Purse'
Warm clothes, cheap
Reminder: Lawton opening
'Responding to Students Psychological and Behavioral Issues'
State Law Reminder
Do's and don'ts of Search and Screens
Some call for pinch-hitters in budget impasse
Wisconsin Covenant update
Catholic students sue UW
State band to play for pope
Briefs: Bauer-Dantoin, Hanke
Vol. 39, No. 7 / September 11, 2007
Kagen on student-aid bill
Calling all experts
Fall courses for educators
Be a Naturalist
Activities for Constitution Day
Passing of Duane Warner
Vol. 39, No. 6 / September 10, 2007
UW-Green Bay earns five System diversity grants
Passing of Craig Mueller
The singular story of a free spirit
Know your Person ID Number
Comic books at Lawton
Shay, Sweet, Gurung, Medland, Nielsen, Salerno to talk
Wine, cheese and a reminder
UW System teaching awards
Security a key topic
Xiong gathering is Tuesday
Crowds out in force for Congressional Medal of Honor recipients
Flags at half staff on Sunday, and an anecdote
Want publicity?
UW-Madison alumni lobby for funding
Dates set for state women's studies and LGBTQ gatherings... at UW-Green Bay
Said-Mohand to appear Sunday on 'La Voz Hispana'
Tickets for 'Morons'
Reserve Nov. 14 for Founders
UW-Green Bay, high-tech in local business magazine
Briefs: Goff, Terry
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Vol. 39, No. 5 / September 7, 2007
A new Mission
Yada, yada, yada
Mouse out with Prof. Laatsch
More phone books coming
Or try a PDF
Authority on internment to lecture Sept. 19
Arts Management senior wins free trip
Italian luncheon
Green Bay athlete wins award
Photoblog: Back to school
Brief: Bolle
Vol. 39, No. 4 / September 6, 2007
Aldrete, Burns, Coury, Meredith, Phoenix, Rosewall, Sallmann
Outgoing 'Scholars' to be featured on Sept. 14
Your mission, if they choose to accept it
First Kress concert
Prof. Meyer in FOCUS
The Founders Association's Faculty & Staff Campaign
An inside look
Ticket demand strong for 'Medal of Honor'
UW-Green Bay alumni and staff in Friday concert
New-freshman factoids
Correction - and more - on Arts and Visual Design
Why no students in phone book?
Grill 155° heats up
Debate on college sports, TV
Dick Morris comes to Green Bay
Be back Friday
Brief: Kiehn
Vol. 39, No. 3 / September 4, 2007
Opening day report card: record transfers, diversity
Fun photo gallery
New: Arts and Visual Design
Cookout, standup comedy, and ShopKo
Reminder: Student services offices are scattered
'Conversational Spanish' returns
International film series
Still a few phone books unclaimed
Weidner Center 'Medal of Honor' concert is a big deal
University Leadership Awards
New study says older alumni do, in fact, return to Wisconsin
Madison dean says tuition cap would be mistake
UW-Green Bay's 'commendable safety practices'
Virginia Tech notification system
Have money, can travel
If you see an NCAA violation, report it
'Remote Desktop' for faculty and staff
'Remote Lab' for students
Reminder: Free Kress Center use, for some, through Sunday
UW-Green Bay, UW-Oshkosh biz centers partner on growth course
We're swamped... look for another newsletter Thursday
Kaye on FDR, Labor Day
Briefs: Katers, Meredith
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Vol. 39, No. 2 / August 30, 2007
The new phone books are in!
UW System draws attention to Shepard speech
Sunshine for move-in
Weidner Center single tickets on sale Friday
Rosewall makes strong pitch for public TV, radio
New phoenix is only for Athletics
Free trial extended on Kress Center use
Payroll deduction
Back home after second 'Journey to Jordan'
Embassy website highlights 'Journey'
Athena for Littig
Modern Languages students
Small Business Development Center, entrepreneurs
'Budget committee delay irresponsible'
Computer czar?
Briefs: Goff, Wolf, Fewless, Howe
Vol. 39, No. 1 / August 28, 2007
Convocation photos online
Chancellor sees progress in building 'next UWGB'
Full text, 'It's not right'
Link to AASCU report on embattled higher ed
Marge Weidner is 'honorary alumna'
Founders winners: Andy, Regan, Fergus, Kevin, Ron, Jan, Social Work
Here's why
Of carillons, biodiesel and a 'learning commons'
Humor suits Dutch
Frost extends Founders invite
Emcee's wooden attempt at humor
Thursday move-in day for new freshmen
Orientation events
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