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The Conservative Ranger: Governor Scott Walker’s accomplishments

JIMMY GRAHAM | graha028@rangers.uwp.edu

In October of 2017, Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker announced that he would be running for a third term. During his first two terms, Governor Walker has achieved much. 406 more words


Community Connections: Take pride in LGBTQ resources

KRYSTAL DODGE|thorn008@rangers.uwp.edu

There are many resources available for Lesbian Gay Bisexual Transgender Queer (LGBTQ) students on campus and in the community. UW-Parkside has strived to be a safe place. 441 more words


Born and Bred in the Bronx: Meet Freshman Rower Tatiyana Benitez

Tatiyana Benitez, a freshman on the women’s rowing team, talked about how growing up in the Bronx shaped her into the athlete she is today. 739 more words


Ten Years Today: Flight of the Conchords - Flight of the Conchords

By Justin Cudahy, Columns Editor

Original Release Date: 4/21/08

Memorable Tracks: “Inner City Pressure”, “Hiphopopotamous vs. Rhymenoceros”, “Business Time”

I’ll be honest, I was a little late to the… 1,000 more words


An open letter to Spring

Dear Spring,

I am writing to you in order to share my concern over some of your recent work. Frankly, it has been substandard to say the least. 570 more words


Vermilion history summed up in a collection of lists

By Rich Tarrant

According to a report published by the Ohio Department of Health Division of Vital Statistics; Estimated Population of Counties, Cities and Villages in Ohio, the population of the Village of Vermilion in Erie County Ohio as of the first day in July 1961 was a whopping 3, 507 persons. 783 more words


Next Chapter

By Holly Lynn

Now that Ritter is celebrating its centennial, I think about the persistence and dedication of our ancestors. They made plans for the future, hoping their hard work and sacrifice would pay off for the next generation. 335 more words