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Customer Appreciation Day

Thu, Apr 24     All Day University Union

YOUR University Union appreciates you! Enjoy discounts and free prizes throughout the Union all day long!

Sponsored by University Union
Contact Nicole Brumm at 920-465-2400 or with any questions.

Cultural Cuisine

Thu, Apr 24     12:00pm Phoenix Rooms, University Union

Enjoy cuisines from around the world! Purchase tickets to this Cultural Cuisine at the University Ticketing and Information Center, while tickets last.

Sponsored by University Union
Contact Nicole Brumm at 920-465-2400 or with any questions.

Colleges Against Cancer’s Relay for Life

Fri, Apr 25     6:00pm-6:00am Mauthe Center

It’s not the exam you’ll remember in 20 years. Relay for Life – UWGB 2014. Register your team online now at

Sponsored by Colleges Against Cancer
Questions please contact


Earth Week Campus Conservation

Fri, Apr 25     11 Res Life Buildings

Campus Conservation Nationals will be going on in 11 Res Life buildings; this will be week 3 (April 21st-25th) of monitoring. Eco-reps will be developing some programming for this event.

Sponsored by Office of Student Life
Contact Emma Hitzman at with any questions.

Dodgeball Tournament

Fri, Apr 25     3:30pm West Gym, Kress Events Center

Kappa Sigma U.W. Green Bay Dodgeball Tournament. $1 entry per person teams of 8. Facebook:

Sponsored by Kappa Sigma
Contact Vanya Koepke at 262-894-2420 or with any questions.


Palmer College of Chiropractic Info Session

Fri, Apr 25     11:00am-2:00pm Lab Sciences 468

This is an awesome chance to learn about opportunities in chiropractic and one of the leading chiropractic schools, Palmer College of Chiropractic!

Sponsored by Career Services
Contact Amanda Vande Hei at (920) 645-2163 or with any questions.


Campus Cleanup 2014

Sat, Apr 26     9:00am-12:00pm UWGB Arboretum

We will be picking up garbage in the Arboretum for Earth Week. Grill out at Communiversity Park after. More info:

Sponsored by Round River Alliance
Contact Matt Peter at 715-573-9116 or with any questions.


Sun, Apr 27     10:00am-4:00pm Commando Paintball, Abrams, WI

Students – $22.50; Non-students – $45.00 — Includes equipment, field pass, all day air and 500 paint balls.
$15 for Students with their own equipment. Extra paint balls can be purchased – $20 for 500 or $36 for 1000

Sponsored by GTP
Tickets available at the UTIC in the Union.


Mon, Apr 28     8:00pm Phoenix Club

Direct from Nashville, Scarletta was included in Billboard Magazine’s Top 10 Country Artists to watch in 2013. Their first single to country radio, “Right Here Right Now,” reached number 28 on the Music Row Radio Chart. The band is a trio of a fiddle player, guitarist, and lead singer.

Presentation/Talk by Torbjorn Lahti

Mon, Apr 28     9:30-11:00am Alumni Rooms A & B

Torbjorn Lahti, Natural Step and Eco-Municipality expert from Sweden with give a presentation and talk.

Sponsored by Office of Student Life
Contact Emma Hitzman at with any questions.

Party in the Park

Mon, Apr 28     5:00-6:30pm Phoenix Park (OR Phoenix Club for inclement weather)

Activities include: Spikeball Pong, Beirut Booze Ball, Size Matters, Alcohol Trivia

Sponsored by Healthy Choice Task Force & Alpha Zeta Phi Fraternity & University Union
Contact Rachel Wussow at with any questions.

Rose and the Nightingale

Tue, Apr 29     12:00pm Student Services Patio

Rose & the Nightingale is four powerful New York based multi-instrumentalists and improvisers: their live performances have been proven to uplift audiences with the power of the quartet’s fiery rhythmic energy, sublime harmonies, lyrical beauty, and staggering talent. Onstage, the band is a great demonstration of female strength.


Careers in Sports Medicine Info Session

Wed, Apr 30     6:30-8:00pm Kress, Special Events Room

When you graduate, do you want to go into the sports medicine profession? Maybe become an athletic trainer, therapist or administrator? If so, attend this free seminar.

Sponsored by Career Services
Contact Amanda Vande Hei at (920) 645-2163 or with any questions.


Aloha Hawaiian Dancers

Thu, May 1     8:00pm Phoenix Room B

Get ready for summertime with this Pacific Islander Dance group; featuring dances from Hawaii, the Polynesian Islands and many, many more.

Foxy Lady Cruise for Graduating Seniors

Tue, May 6     7:00-9:00pm Foxy Lady

Graduating seniors are invited to bring a guest and celebrate aboard the Foxy Lady! Space is limited. Register at UTIC. The cost is $5 for you and one guest.

Sponsored by Office of Student Life
Contact Sheila Carter at with any questions.

Pat McCurdy

Tue, May 6     7:00pm Phoenix Club

Pat McCurdy is a singer-songwriter with an unusual off-beat sense of humor. A favorite of the college crowd, this national performer is known for his comic lyrics. Plus, enjoy some free food!

Get The Scoop – May

Thu, May 8     12:00-2:30pm Phoenix Park

Ice cream flavors: Peanut Butter & Fudge Mint Chocolate Chip Strawberry Chocolate

Sponsored by University Union
Contact Lee Reinke at 920.465.2233 or with any questions.

End of Year Fireworks

Fri, May 9     Dusk Behind Kress Events Center

Look for announcements later this semester.

Commencement Ceremony Signup – DEADLINE

Fri, May 9     12:00pm SIS (online)

Sign up for the Spring/Summer 2014 commencement ceremony online through SIS after applying to graduate. Deadline is noon on 5/9/14.

Sponsored by Provost Office
Contact Jan Snyder at 2082 or with any questions.


University Leadership Awards Ceremony and Reception

Fri, May 16     6:00pm Phoenix Rooms

The Spring University Leadership Awards include several student organization awards, the ULA, and the Chancellor’s Medallion awards, among others. The ceremony is in the University Theater, and a nice reception follows in the Phoenix Rooms of the Union.   The entire campus community is invited to both the ceremony and the reception.

Bring It On: The Musical

Thu, May 22     7:30pm Weidner Center for the Performing Arts

A must-see story of unexpected bonds and challenges that come from the thrill of extreme competition. Witness explosive dance moves and fascinating aerial stunts not to be missed!

Sponsored by Weidner Center for the Performing Arts
Contact Ticket Star with any questions.