Alverno students survey Menomonee River natural area within Three Bridges Park.
As Earth Day approaches, concerns about the environment are top-of-mind. Three seniors with varying science majors spoke with WUWM’s environmental reporter Susan Bence about their plans for careers in science fields and their own thoughts about the environment.
CBS 58 Sunday Morning ran a story on our Holocaust Remembrance Service. The event, held on April 5, featured Eric Blaustein, who was imprisoned at Buchenwald. For those who unable to make it to the service, this in-depth story gives a glimpse into what it was like.
Business students taking Marketing Principals & Management are getting some great real-world experience while helping local small businesses with their marketing plans. BizTimes featured the class and their efforts in their Nonprofit Weekly.
Nearly 1,000 people gathered in the Pitman Theatre to hear a Holocaust survivor share his personal story. Eric Blaustein was just 17 when he was sent to Buchenwald. CBS 58 was on hand and shared part of his incredible story.
In order to help students lower their stress during mid-semester assessments, therapy dogs from Health Heelers came to campus. Studies have proven that simply petting a dog lowers your blood pressure, decreases anxiety, and creates an automatic relaxation response – all great benefits for our students during stressful times. In case you missed the dogs, you can see the story that aired on TMJ4. Stories also ran on Fox 6 and CBS 58.