Pathway to Professionalism

By Taylor Smith — The American Marketing Association (AMA) is gearing up to host their sixth annual Pathway to Professionalism event. There will be five guest speakers from around the area including representatives from Minnesota Licensed Beverage Association, Sherwin-Williams, Midwest Promotional Marketing, Hennings Wisconsin Cheese and Mayo Clinic Health System. The speakers will talk about…

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Today’s fashion from tomorrow’s innovators

[metaslider id=681] By Taylor Smith One of the most anticipated events of the spring semester at the University of Wisconsin–Stout took place on May 1 and 3 in the Great Hall of the Memorial Student Center. The annual Silhouettes Fashion Show featured collections from 23 seniors in the Apparel Design and Development program and pieces…

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De-Stress before the tests

By Taylor Smith Finals week is an expected and dreaded time at the end of each semester that can stress out even the most prepared student. Luckily, the Involvement Center is hosting its fifth annual Spa Night on May 7, from 6 to 9 p.m. in the Memorial Student Center ballrooms to give students a…

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Feast your eyes on The Cataracs

By: Taylor Smith Once a year, Blue Devil Productions puts on their “Large Event” at the University of Wisconsin–Stout. This year, it is being held on April 16 at 8 p.m., and it is open to students and the general public. This event often features the biggest or most-anticipated act to play on campus during…

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Fashion Without Fabric: Inspired By Design

By: Taylor Smith One of the most anticipated events for the University of Wisconsin–Stout art and design program is happening Saturday, April 12. “Fashion Without Fabric” is a fashion show put on by students enrolled in this semester’s 3D Design course. “This class is about how to construct and understand form in three-dimensional space considered…

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Stoutonia’s birthday bash a success

By Taylor Smith On Thursday, March 6, University of Wisconsin–Stout students and staff celebrated a very important milestone in University organization history: the beginning of Stoutonia’s 100th year of publication. This student-run news source has covered countless events over the years and has been a valued asset to the university over the last century. This…

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A Cottage Winery getaway

By Taylor Smith Just three miles outside of Menomonie, Cottage Winery is an up-and-coming destination close to home that offers the feeling of a natural, secluded getaway. Father and daughter wine enthusiasts Tom and Teresa Jorgenson have created a space that’s designed for relaxation, fun and learning. The Jorgensens began working on Cottage Winery about…

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The Hundredth Monkey Maker Space inspires creativity

By Taylor Smith: One of Menomonie’s newest businesses is creatively named after a research experiment studying primate social behavior. The Hundredth Monkey Maker Space, a creative workspace at 129 E. Main St., includes a music studio offering guitar, violin and cello lessons, a work area for classes and workshops and a retail space with new,…

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