3 hrs ago
Green Bay Press-Gazette
Wis. Editorials: Gov. Walker back to school?; UW system money
Wisconsin State Journal, April 16 Even Gov. Scott Walker can go back to school Gov. Scott Walker says he wants to earn the college degree that he abandoned decades ago.
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11 hrs ago
Citizens' Utility Board sues Public Service Commission over We Energies plant
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Wed Apr 16, 2014
Malaysian National News Agency
Young Women See Sexual Assault As Normal: US Study
WASHINGTON, April 17 -- Many girls who are sexually assaulted may not see themselves as victims and most do not report acts of sexual violence as they regard them as "normal", Press Trust of India reports citing a new US study.
Talks continue on tight Mequon-Thiensville school finances
Comments from two members of the Mequon-Thiensville school district's ad hoc committee illustrate the financial problem the district faces, and the limits to what the district can do by itself.
Tue Apr 15, 2014
Summit Set for June as Heroin Deaths Spike in Milwaukee County
There's been a dramatic increase in the number of heroin deaths in Milwaukee County.
3 Marquette fraternities accused of sexual misconduct
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Sexual misconduct, hazing alleged at Marquette fraternities
The university issued warnings to the three fraternities where sexual misconduct was alleged, and one also was warned for a hazing incident.
Walker kicks off re-election campaign with rallies
Walker told about 200 supporters in Madison he deserves a second term because the state is better off now than when he took over nearly four years ago.
Mon Apr 14, 2014
Don't further separate MU from neighborhood
I would never suggest that those in charge of Marquette University mean to do harm.
WNFL-AM Green Bay
Marquette University to get its own police force
Marquette University can have its own full-fledged police officers, under a bill to be signed into law Monday morning.
Hospitality Funding Facilitates Purchase of Comfort Suites in Milwaukee
The 120-room select-service hotel is located within in close proximity to the Milwaukee County Zoo and Marquette University, as well as Miller Park.
Sun Apr 13, 2014
The Janesville Gazette
Steven Walters: Many War of Act 10 legislators head for state Capitol doors
On March 10, 2011, 95 members of the state Assembly voted on Act 10, which all but ended collective bargaining by most public employees.
Why Do We Smile? The Science Of Smiles Is Spotty, But Some Discoveries May Surprise You
If someone asks you to associate an emotion with the act of smiling, you'll probably answer "happiness" without much thought.
WLUK-TV Green Bay
UW flex offerings dona t fit a Walker return
Gov. Scott Walker may want to finish his college course work using a new flexible degree option through the University of Wisconsin System, but there are no immediate plans to offer classes in the fields he's interested in.
Sat Apr 12, 2014
The Janesville Gazette
Matt Pommer: UW System hiring dabbles near state political waters
The UW System has moved closer to the edge of political waters by hiring a lobbyist with links to Gov. Scott Walker to be vice president for university relations.
'Lend Me a Tenor' hits right notes in MU-Chamber Theater collaboration
Appearing in the plain light of day, he's a bespectacled nebbish, pining for a woman who treats him like a sibling.
Things to do this week in Milwaukee
This week Milwaukee theater-goers have a chance to see two thought-provoking plays by playwright and University of Wisconsin-Fond du Lac professor Richard Gustin.
Fri Apr 11, 2014
The Daily Gazette
February Student of the Month: Kyle Sinn
Kyle Sinn, 17, of Sterling, is one of Sterling High School's February Students of the Month.
Walker calls for additional UW tuition freeze
Gov. Scott Walker on Friday called for another two-year tuition freeze throughout the University of Wisconsin System, citing concern over a projected year-end surplus topping $1 billion.
They Took the Fast Track
With three young children at home and his legal education costs mounting, Adam West, a third-year student at Arizona State University Sandra Day O'Connor College of Law, wasn't looking forward to five unpaid months while he studied for the bar examination and awaited admission to practice after graduation.