UW- Green Bay students will hold a run for Congolese women, Saturday, Oct. 23. Proceeds from the run will benefit women who are victims of rape, mutilation and torture in the Congo. Read more.
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Photo Gallery: School is back in session
September 2 marked the beginning of a new school year at UW-Green Bay. The class of 2014 made their start a few days earlier with freshman move-in day. More than 100 volunteers came out to help direct and move in the anxious students.
Take a look at the photo gallery or watch the video and see why this day is always a memorable one.
What do students do in their off hours? Look in the photo gallery.
Backyard Bash 2010
The Ecumenical Center hosted the backyard bash on September 2 with food, live music and games to welcome back students and faculty to the campus after summer break.
Love not war
This photo, a vision of bare-foot, blue jean and tie-dye affection, captured a sentiment of free love in the early years of UW-Green Bay. Can you share any information or memories? Please post your comments below.
Posed ensemble in prairie costume
In this photo, five figures dressed in prairie costume stand in tall grass, posed before a weathered shed. The men are wearing denim bib overalls, one rests his hand on a 12-string acoustic guitar and another other, the barrel of a rifle. The women wear calico print dresses with ruffled aprons, one with a prairie bonnet on. We believe this photo to be from the 1970’s. Can you provide any more information? Please share your memories as they relate to this photo.
Girl with a bike, apartment doorway
We believe this photo to be from 1979, taken in the entryway of one of the original apartments. Can you provide any more information? Please share your memories as they relate to this photo.
This is perhaps one of the more unusual photos in our collection. A student plays pinball with a robot? There’s a foosball table and maybe some other arcade games in the background. If you can share any information about where and when this photo was taken or some explanation of the robot, we’d certainly love to hear about it.