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Been drinking? The answer may be in your fingernails.

Been drinking? The answer may be in your fingernails.

Nail clippings can indicate levels of alcohol consumption, according to a UWM study on biomarkers.

With time still on her side, guitarist earns second degree

With time still on her side, guitarist earns second degree

Macyn Taylor, the subject of publicity in 2011 when she earned her BFA in music at the age of 17, recently received a master of music degree in guitar performance.

Students help to build trust in a neighborhood

Students help to build trust in a neighborhood

A group of Bay View High School students set out to map a neighborhood and ended up bringing the neighborhood together.

Institute for Urban Education broadens student teachers’ horizons

Institute for Urban Education broadens student teachers’ horizons

The institute is sharing the urban focus of UWM’s School of Education with student teachers from all over the University of Wisconsin system.

UWM boaters get their dragon drag on

UWM boaters get their dragon drag on

The UWM Asian Faculty and Staff Association competed July 12 in the second annual Dragon Boat Race, part of the Milwaukee Dragon Festival.

Grad student helps take TheraBracelet to the market

Grad student helps take TheraBracelet to the market

The device allows anyone with a loss of fine motor skills to go about their daily routines and maintain independence.

Gluten free, ASAP? ‘Not so fast,’ say experts.

Gluten free, ASAP? ‘Not so fast,’ say experts.

Dietary trends are generally fueled by popular belief, not considered expert advice.

Rookies reaping results

Rookies reaping results

Eighteen UWM students won what is considered the top professional award for investigative broadcast journalism.

The new name in town: UW-Milwaukee Panther Arena

The new name in town: UW-Milwaukee Panther Arena

The agreement helps underscore UWM’s role as the region’s leading university with nearly 28,000 students and 5,000 employees.

Rain cisterns complete campus ‘runoff’ garden

Rain cisterns complete campus ‘runoff’ garden

Over the past year, Jim Wasley has overseen the construction of 20-foot cisterns, the final phase of a storm water garden on campus.