Tag Archives: student involvement

Why Should Should Choose a Double Degree or Double Major

By Hannah Danczyk   Hey, current and future Pointers! Did you come to college, or are going to college with many interests that you wanted to pursue? Having a double major or double degree may be right for you! What’s the difference? Double majors consist of one bachelor’s degree with two majors within the same […]

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Seven Easy Ways to Stay Close to UWSP

By Jody Rowland For each of us Pointers, attending school and being engaged with the campus was as easy as getting up in time for your 9 a.m. English class. Well, maybe easier than that.  You lived in a dorm, or maybe house close to Old Main, took part in a club or activity, and of […]

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UW-Stevens Point’s Field Stations

Did you know UW-Stevens Point (UWSP) owns three field stations? From the Northwoods to right on campus, the field stations play a vital role for students in the College of Natural Resources (CNR). For CNR students, a summer field experience is a requirement for graduation. What is summer field experience? It allows students to learn […]

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Greek Life on Campus and Why You Should Join

By: Sarah Sartell Joining a student organization can enhance a lot of your skills. Most organizations are similar, but there are ones that stand out from the rest. That’s Greek life. If you don’t know much about Greeks, I can tell you all about the one I’m apart of and why it’s so special to […]

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Taste of Wisconsin Spring 2019

Local beer, meat, cheese and wine. Taste of Wisconsin came and went in a blink of an eye this year! If you didn’t get an opportunity to check out the event, no worries because I got the major highlights for you.   Taste of Wisconsin is an annual food and beverage tasting event put on […]

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