Org Spotlight: Beer Crafting and Science Association

Mary Peters- Indulging in alcoholic beverages is quite the popular pastime across college campuses everywhere. Students may consume anything from fine liquor to cheap beer for any occasion (depending on their taste and wallet size, of course). However, some students have that extra interest in not only the taste of their beverage, but also in…

Continue Reading

UW–Stout Hangs with Conference Champs

Logan Myhre- The UW–Stout football team has had a bit of a rough year, but they were looking to go out with a bang on Nov. 12, which also happened to be senior day. This would be the day that they would play number two, nationally-ranked UW–Whitewater. Whitewater needed the win to secure a perfect…

Continue Reading

Student-Athlete Spotlight: Danielle Magnuson

Matt Snell- Danielle Magnuson (Sr, Chanhassen, MN) is a member of the UW–Stout cross country and track and field teams.  Even though Danielle spends her athletic time in the fall as a distance runner, she is mostly a pole-vaulter in the spring.  As interesting as her competition combination is, the person behind the athlete is…

Continue Reading

Wrapping up fall sports at UW–Stout

Evan Thue- As the leaves fall to the ground, the air turns cold and the snow starts to fall, we look back at the fall sports and reminisce on the good times. For the football season, the highlight of the year we can look to is our 30 to 7 victory against our rival, the…

Continue Reading

Stout Students Donate to those in need

Hannah Lundquist- Thanksgiving is a time to be thankful for all the things we have in our lives. It is also a good time to reflect on the things that we may take for granted. Many people do not have the luxury of having food available to them at all times; places like Stepping Stones…

Continue Reading

Thump Thump Here Comes Trump

Megan Hazuga- Unless you live under a rock and/or have no access to television or internet, you’ve probably already heard that Donald John Trump Sr. will be the president of the United States by January 2017. The country voted on November 8, and while Secretary of State Hillary Clinton won 47.9% of the popular vote…

Continue Reading

Family for Christmas

Shannon Hoyt- Magical, tender, warm-hearted, sweet and fun: these are just a few words that describe not only the most wonderful time of the year, but the Menomonie Theater Guild’s most wonderful Christmas play of the season. “A Little House Christmas” is a classic holiday story for those who hold this spirited day close to…

Continue Reading

Small Town Man with Big City Dreams

Sam Kilgard- When you’re young, you dream for the stars, but as we grow older many lose sight of the vivid, vertical light beams and focus on more dimly lit goals. One small town man is trying to touch those stars and is currently on the right path to do so. Nolan Hall, a 21-year-old…

Continue Reading

International students fill UW–Stout with culture

Cameron Parrucci- Menomonie got a little taste of the rest of the world on Thursday, Nov. 10 for the 2016 University of Wisconsin–Stout Cultural Show. Many international students came together to inform not just the student body, but Menomonie locals about the varying cultures of their home countries. The show began with an hour of…

Continue Reading

Former Art Professor’s Labor of Love

Ryan Curtis- The Furlong Gallery is currently showing hundreds of color pastels done by artist and former University of Wisconsin–Stout professor, Charles Wimmer. The showing will continue until its closing reception on Dec. 16. Wimmer has been creating this pastel artwork since his retirement in 2001. He was also one of the original pioneers of…

Continue Reading

The Scopes

Aries (March 21 – April 19) Your consistently positive attitude will always bring out the best in others, and makes befriending people a breeze. You’re a bit overwhelming, though. Taurus (April 20 – May 20) Despite being pined after by two different women, you are objectively the least appealing person amongst your cast of friends….

Continue Reading

Professor Spotlight: Molly Welch Deal

Isaac McInnis- Professor Molly Welch Deal wants to make you dangerous. As a senior psychology lecturer at the University of Wisconsin–Stout, she has been encouraging students to challenge themselves and the world they live in for ten years. “I’m going to teach you how to question human behavior,” says Welch Deal, who has spent most…

Continue Reading

Stout Students Hit the Polls

Joseph Gulotta- Today, students across the University of Wisconsin–Stout are heading out to the polls to cast their ballots for both the presidential and senate race in Wisconsin. Both Presidential candidates spent time here in Wisconsin over the last week of the campaign with Donald Trump holding a rally just next door in Eau Claire…

Continue Reading