Made with Love

Katie Schulzetenberg –  From hobby to small business, Nicole Wallerick is on the rise. Wallerick is a senior this year and she is certainly going out with a bang. She started her own Instagram business selling hair scrunchies and bracelets. Although, only a month-old business, her products are selling out within the half hour. “I…

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The First Taste of Stout- from a Freshman’s Perspective

Katie Schulzetenberg –      Name: Isabelle Luzar Major: Graphic Design Hometown: Kenosha, WI “I really liked how small Stout is. The buildings being really close together is helpful and it’s homey as well.”           Name: Lyndsey Weaver-Lang Major: Mechanical Engineering Hometown: Minneapolis, MN “I like that Stout gives out laptops.”…

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Shaking Off the Summer Rust

Evan Thue – University of Wisconsin-Stout students are probably feeling one big thing, a summer hangover. It’s hard getting back into the swing of studying and doing homework. Some athletes are in the same mindset when trying to get back into sports mode as the leaves turn and fall starts to settle in. Kennedy Strain,…

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Student-Artist Spotlight: Theresa Hang

Bryce Parr –  What sparked your interest in art? Going to museums as a kid created a doorway for me to the art world. I wanted to tap into the thoughts and processes of certain artists to see how and where they started creating. Once I started doing art myself, I found that art generated…

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New Semester Brings New Net Flicks

Bryce Parr- The end of summer ushers in another year for University of Wisconsin—Stout students and for many, that means a return to old routines of binging Netflix between their busy schedule. Netflix is adding a wide variety of series, movies and Netflix originals this month that should keep the media fanatics engaged well into…

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Millennium Hall Changes Name to Sorensen Hall

Katie Schulzetenberg – It was unanimously approved on August 23 by several staff and faculty members including Chancellor Bob Meyer to change the name of Millennium Hall to honor the late Chancellor Emeritus Charles W Sorensen. The new name of the building, which is effective immediately, is Sorensen Hall. There will soon be a new…

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Stout: Under Construction

Elizabeth Vierkant –  Changes are being made to several buildings on University of Wisconsin–Stout’s campus. Merle M. Price Commons, North Hall, and Bowman Hall are all currently under construction. Several of these projects began when students were off campus this summer. Construction on Bowman Hall began late spring last semester and will continue through late…

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The Scopes

Cam Parrucci – Aquarius – The stars will be aligned in the coming days to help you realize your dreams, Aquarius. It’s shame you’ll be mauled by a bear and stuck in a coma before it happens. Pisces – Remember, anything you find without someone’s name written clearly on it is now yours. Yes, especially…

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Student Athlete Spotlight: Bradley Myers

Even Thue – This issue’s Student-Athlete Spotlight is Bradley Myers, a senior linebacker on the University of Wisconsin-Stout Football team. Myers is a Criminal Justice Rehabilitation major from Dodge Center, Minn.   Why did you choose the University of Wisconsin-Stout? I chose to come to Stout because it offered me the opportunity to continue playing…

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Student Submission: Problems in Housing

Anonymous – To All the Jaded Residents and Students of Stout, I have worked in Housing for the last three years now. I have a collection of stories to tell and I want the truth to be known. While every organization and business have its issues, but I have never witnessed such dysfunction anywhere that…

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UW-Stout Swimming Pool to Stay Closed

Logan Myhre – The University of Wisconsin–Stout has decided not to repair its swimming pool according to a memo emailed to Stout students, faculty and staff. According to the memo, written by Phil Lyons, Vice Chancellor for Administrative and student life services, the pool was closed over winter break to conduct a full maintenance review….

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The Future of SSA

Elizabeth Vierkant– The Stout Student Association (SSA) recently held their election for the 2018-19 school year at University of Wisconsin–Stout. This election began on March 26, at an event called “Dips and Debate,” where candidates for vacant positions were able to speak with students. At Dips and Debate, Vice President and Clerk of Elections Elle…

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Goodbye, Org Sync-Hello, Connect

Cece Jabs– As most University of Wisconsin–Stout students likely know, Orgsync is the student organization communication software used on campus. University housing staff, such as RAs, also use the software to keep their residents in the loop. Last summer, UW–Stout announced they would be switching from Orgsync to a new software, but then ended up…

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Saying Goodbye to Stout

Evan Thue–   It’s never easy to say goodbye to something that you love. There are some things in college to which you dedicate hours and hours of time and energy and that’s no different for athletes and their respective sports. The softball and baseball seasons are nearing towards the end of their seasons, and,…

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Winter Weather continually hinders spring sports

Logan Myhre- While the weather seems to be warming quickly, the extended onslaught of winter weather in Wisconsin has caused a slew of problems for spring sports at the University of Wisconsin–Stout. Virtually all of the spring sports teams have had to make changes to their schedule and even cancel some games and/or tournaments. UW–Stout…

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