Graduate students from the UW-Green Bay Capstone Seminar in Environmental Science and Policy presented their work to a campus and community audience Dec. 1.
The packed lecture hall heard that within the next century the weather for Wisconsin could be more like Arkansas or Missouri. And that would have dramatic effects upon Wisconsin’s economy and culture.
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On Dec. 5, the annual Kwanzaa ceremony was held at UW-Green Bay for two hours of fellowship and celebration. The event was sponsored by the Office of Student Life and the American Intercultural Center. It featured entertainment from the Green Bay-based Nia African Dancers and song from the Youth Gospel Choir of the Divine Temple of God in Christ along with a message from the keynote speaker, Assistant Professor Tohoro Francis Akakpo.
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Get away Oct. 23-Nov. 3, 2010 with Go Next travel and fellow alumni on a luxury cruise to the jewels of the Mediterranean and Greek Isles. Prices start at just $3,243 to explore places such as Athens, Santorini, Sicily, Corsica, Florence, and Rome among other amazing places.
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