Celebrate ten years of the UWM LGBT Resource Center – 5:30 tonight

Celebrate ten years of the UWM LGBT Resource Center – 5:30 tonight

All within the UWM campus community are invited to the Sept. 19 LGBT+ and Allied Student Reception to celebrate the tenth anniversary of the UWM LGBT Resource Center.

Coding, caffeinating, keynoting fuel CEAS grad

Coding, caffeinating, keynoting fuel CEAS grad

Daniel Spiewak worked fulltime, wrote a book and traveled the international tech-conference circuit as a sought-after speaker while earning his bachelor’s degree. Now 23, he’s off to a Boulder startup to make his name in big-data analytics.

Lavender Graduation welcomes all, turns three on May 15

Lavender Graduation welcomes all, turns three on May 15

Lavender joins black and gold on Tuesday, May 15, when the UWM LGBT Resource Center hosts the third annual Lavender Graduation celebration.

Undergraduate research surprises at symposium

Undergraduate research surprises at symposium

More than 150 UWM undergraduate students will compete in the university’s fourth-annual Undergraduate Research Symposium April 20.

The leadership team at the UWM LGBT Resource Center stands proud: Jen Murray (left) and Warren Scherer.

LGBT center keeps doors, minds open

UWM is the only University of Wisconsin System institution to make the Top 25 list of Gay-Friendly universities

Food with healthy attitude

Food with healthy attitude

Organic, natural and locally sourced foods are taking over the dining choices in the university’s Northwest Quadrant.

The women’s soccer team gathered Monday to watch the “NCAA Women’s Soccer Tournament Selection Show.” They play the team’s first-ever NCAA Tournament home game Saturday, 7 p.m., against Illinois.

UWM hosts NCAA Tournament Nov. 12

The Panthers will make their ninth NCAA Tournament appearance Saturday, Nov. 12, against Illinois State – the first NCAA Tournament home game in the team’s 28-year history.

There’s been a lot of celebrating at UWM’s Laura Moynihan Field this season. The Panthers are ranked No. 12 nationally, with an 11-1 record. See for yourself at games this week: Wednesday at 7 p.m. and Sunday at 1 p.m.

Top 10 Panthers take home field in NCAA tournament

The UWM women’s soccer team has three favorite numbers, in very particular order