Rabbit and Kitty Boy Escape the Post-Modern Radar is displayed in Aylward Gallery as part of Kristy Deetz’s Through the Veil exhibit.

UW-Green Bay professor brings artwork to Aylward Gallery

Contemporary artist Kristy Deetz is exhibiting her Through the Veil art series in the UW-Fox Valley’s Aylward Gallery from Oct. 15 to Dec. 6. 

 Deetz’s art series was recently chosen for the highly esteemed Wisconsin Triennial Exhibition, which was held in the Madison Museum of Contemporary Arts.

Bill Gillard speaks about classic zombie films during his Oct. 30 lecture in Perry Hall.

Professors connect disciplines to zombie apocalypse

UW-Fox Valley students gathered in Perry Hall for a series of zombie lectures given in October and November.

The zombie lectures featured the topics of sociology, biology, philosophy and literature through the lens of World War Z.

Understanding Depression

Feeling down lately? Depressed? Or are you worried about a persistently despondent friend or family member? You’re not alone.

How to handle your own depression and help others who may be depressed are among the most common questions we receive at Student Health 101.

Lauren and Kristen Seline mingle in the Thrivent Lobby during e.a.t.s.

Scholarship recipients thank donors

The UW-Fox Valley Foundation hosted their 18th annual e.a.t.s. (educational assistance through scholarships) fundraising event Oct. 25 in the Communication Arts Center.

Perry Hall was filled with guests who were either perusing silent auction items, of which there were more than 75 different packages to choose from, or watching live food demonstrations put on by a couple different chefs.

Doctor offers wellness advice as part of Scholars Series

Nutritionist Sudeep Sodhi, gave nutrition and health tips in Perry Hall Oct. 22.

Sodhi is a gastroenterologist for Affinity Medical Group.

He gave advice on how practical changes to the thought process and eating habits can be made every day for a healthier and happier life.

Mai Vue

What would you do in a zombie apocalypse?

"I don’t know what I would do." - Mai Vue

A young actress gets her makeup done before the Oct. 10 performance of The Pied Piper.

Traveling theatre company casts local children in The Pied Piper

Children from the Fox Valley performed Missoula Children Theatre’s production of The Pied Piper at UW-Fox Valley Arts Center Oct. 10.

A traveling theatre company auditioned 60 children one week prior to the performance and the cast performed their hour-long production after just five rehearsals.

Matt Busch, director of Project SEARCH, speaks with guests during the 3rd Thursdays event held on Oct. 16.

3rd Thursdays event benefits Project SEARCH

Guests at the 3rd Thursday event in October helped support Project SEARCH while socializing on the Kenneth F. Anderson Terrace.

The goal of Project SEARCH is to help mentally and physically disabled students get a job in the Fox Valley. It is a one year school-to-work high school transition program.