Ergonomics Projects Provide Hands-On Experience

The students in the industrial design program on campus have the opportunity to produce products in an effort to learn more about their chosen field. One course that aids in this hands-on learning is Industrial Design 2: Ergonomics. This class studies human factors and later applies them to design products that are comfortable, safe and…

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Org Spotlight: American Society of Interior Designers

Kelsey Soderberg- The American Society of Interior Designers (ASID) is a nationwide association for interior designers and students. There are 350 chapters of the organization nationally, and University of Wisconsin–Stout is home to one of them. According to ASID’s national website, the goal of the association is to “collaborate with others to promote the value…

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Organizers say drag show was a stunning success

Katie Schulzetenberg-   Students eagerly lined the upstairs level of the Memorial Student Center (MSC) on Thursday, Oct. 26, awaiting the annual drag show. Many students were sporting Halloween costumes, to be judged at the event’s costume contest. The Drag Show is held annually by the Gender and Sexuality Alliance (GSA). This year was the…

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A Taste of Dia de Los Muertos

Jasmine Baker- Halloween has finally come to an end, but there is another holiday that often seems to get overshadowed by Halloween festivities: Dia de Los Muertos, also referred to as Day of the Dead. University of Wisconsin–Stout’s multicultural student org Latino Unidos brought a little taste of Dia de Los Muertos to campus by…

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University Theater brings AIDS to the Campus Eye

Bryce Parr- University of Wisconsin–Stout’s University Theater is presenting the moving story of an HIV/AIDS activist in the midst of the 1980s crisis in New York. First performed in 1985, “The Normal Heart” focuses on Ned Weeks, the gay founder of an HIV/AIDS advocacy group, as he tackles the sociopolitical issues surrounding the New York…

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Student-Athlete Spotlight: Mathias Ahman

Logan Myhre-   This issue’s Student-Athlete Spotlight is Mathias Ahman, a defensemen on the University of Wisconsin–Stout men’s hockey team. Ahman is from Harnosand, Sweden and is a junior in the business administration program.   Why did you choose University of Wisconsin-Stout? “I chose Stout because it reminded me of my hometown in Sweden: a…

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Blue Devils roast rival Blugolds

Logan Myhre-   Ohio State University and the University of Michigan, Frasier and Ali, Ravens and Steelers: the sports world is full of fearsome rivalries, and the University of Wisconsin–Stout is no exception. The UW–Stout and University of Wisconsin–Eau Claire rivalry is a long and bitter one that has colored almost every sporting event between…

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Campus Thoughts: Terrorist Attack in New York City

Michael Hilliger-   University of Wisconsin-stout students contributed their thoughts on the New York City terrorist attack where New York City police apprehended and charged 29-year old Sayfullo Saipov with federal terrorism offenses after he drove a truck through a city bike lane for over a mile, resulting in eight deaths and 12 injuries. President…

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UW-Stout: Left Out of Merger

Elizabeth Vierkant-   University of Wisconsin–Stout students and faculty are upset about the Board of Regents’ proposal to merge the UW system’s 13 two-year schools with the 13 four-year schools. This plan, which was proposed by the UW System Board of Regents, would allow students to earn an associate’s degree from a two-year college location,…

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The Fate of JTC

Cece Jabs- Jeter-Tainter-Callahan Hall (JTC) on North Campus is scheduled to be remodeled. As discussed in the Halloween issue of Stoutonia, many students believe that JTC is in a dire state of disrepair and is slated to be torn down soon. At the time of the previous article, there was little official information on the…

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10 Dogs that are Loving Fall

1. This pupper that loves his sweater 2. This boy that’s almost as small as the leaves 3. This pup that could stay hidden in the leaves FOREVER 4. This boy and all his pumpkin friends 5. This pupper that loves Fall AND Lana Del Rey 6. This calm pup 7. This pup who wants…

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This Week in Menomonie (11/07-11/17)

Tuesday (11/07) SSA Senate Meeting @ Ballroom A 7-10 p.m. Buffet card class @ Knapp, Stout, & Company Coffee House in Downsville, WI 4:14-8:15 p.m. Wednseday  (11/08) Delta Zeta’s Sloppy Joe Dinner @ Menomonie Leisure Center 5-8 p.m. Tickets: $5 in advance, $6 at the door Adulting 101: Your Wellbeing @ Ballroom C 3:30-4:30 p.m….

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The Scopes

Cam Parrucci-   Aries – Halloween may be over, but there’s still leftover Halloween candy out there somewhere! Get your costume on, and get ready to do some breaking and entering. Taurus – Treat yourself and rent “The Emoji Movie” from your local video rental store this weekend. Gemini – It’s up to you to…

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