UW Daily – August 20, 2018

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EAU: UW-Eau Claire professor part of Cyberbullying Prevention Summit, New York Daily News, Aug. 20
EAU: Wisconsin honey queen is UW-Eau Claire student, AM1600 Radio, Aug. 20
GRB: Need a prank kit? Slime? Kids showcase ingenuity at Children’s Business Fair (Fair sponsored by UWGB Cofrin School of Business), Green Bay Press Gazette, Aug. 16
GRB: Are You Listening? Hear What Uninterrupted Silence Sounds Like (One Square Inch of Silence Founders is UWGB Alumnus Gordon Hempton), NPR, Aug. 10
GRB/PKS: UWP hires women’s hoops assistant (former Phoenix Sarah Eichler), Kenosha News, Aug. 16
GRB: Auditions for ‘Eurydice’ begin Sept. 12 (at Marinette campus), Eagle Herald, Aug. 17
GRB: A closer look at Vukmir’s run for US Senate (features Aaron Weinschenk, UWGB professor), Fox 11, Aug. 17
GRB: Continuing Education invites singers to join West Shore Chorale at Marinette campus, Eagle Herald, Aug. 18
GRB: ‘College Express’ route links Green Bay campuses to downtown, Fox 11, Aug. 17
LAX: McNiff’s Riffs: Cheese League is gone, but co-practices linger on(Reference to New Orleans Saints training camp at UWL in the 90s), KARE11.com, Aug. 17
LAX: Gubernatorial nominee Tony Evers rallies supporters during La Crosse visit(Gubernatorial candidate mentions UW System, UWL in remarks), WKBT, Aug. 18
LAX: UW-La Crosse football: O-line coach Andrew McGlenn reflects on a decade with Eagles(Feature article on longtime UWL Coach Andy McGlenn), La Crosse Tribune
MAD: Battery reported along Lakeshore Path, Daily Cardinal, Aug. 18
MAD: Final Bucky on Parade revealed at UW-Madison police dept., WISC-TV 3, Aug. 17
MAD: UW-Madison has long list of sustainability efforts. So why isn’t it a ‘green college’? com, Aug. 17
MAD: UW student-athlete discipline policy will apply only if Quintez Cephus is arrested or charged, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, Aug. 19
MAD: UW receiver Cephus to take leave with charges pending, Racine Journal Times, Aug. 18
MAD: UW Grad Runs Moped Company, Talks Benefits of Forward Fest, …

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