Advisement Day is Tuesday, March 31, so I sat down with Tamara Brantmeier, an adviser, an associate professor in her 11th year and director of the School of Art and Design. In other words, someone who knows a thing or two about how Advisement Day should go. So, as you head to your Advisement Day [...]
A couple of weeks ago, a group of Writing Center tutors I work with put together a resume writing presentation for one of the classes on campus. That got me thinking: shouldn't everyone have this information? As a student at UW-Stout, you have multiple opportunities to perfect your resume. Whether it’s the Career Services office, which will [...]
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_SdykRGe1Bo Take2 newscaster Ryan takes to the streets to find out what UW-Stout students have planned for spring break.
With spring break right around the corner, it’s hard not to get excited about the warmer weather and day dream about summer plans. Some people have started looking for summer employment, planning a big vacation, or checking out the summer classes offered. For UW-Stout freshman Ann Storlie and Megan Sandheinrich, spring means gearing up for their big [...]
It's my turn to interview someone! Sticking to my roots of getting out there on campus, I chose to talk to the first person I ran into on my walk outside. Guess who I ran into? One of my best friends, Anna. She lives on my floor and is on the basketball team here at [...]
My friend Sam introduced me to the brilliance that is chili-cheese fries at Merle M. Price Commons. It simply requires chili, cheese and fries. It’s perfect for those days when you’re in need of some comfort food, but there is one flaw: It can only be done on days when chili is served. I have [...]
My time finally came to interview someone on campus and I instantly knew who I wanted to interview! I decided to interview Holly Rice, a student and new Hall Director here at UW-Stout. I have known Holly since fall semester of 2013 and we are great friends! She is a very energetic, driven, and smart [...]