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Local tattoo shop to cover-up offensive tattoos for free

Starting March 29 and March 30, local tattoo shop, Ye Old Tattoo Shoppe, is the beginning of Erase the Hate. Erase the Hate is one way for them to give back to the community. It will be the last Wednesday and Thursday of every month, indefinitely. The tattoo industry has a bad reputation for being filled with rough and tumble people. Though that may have been true many years ago, tattooing is becoming more mainstream and accepted each year as tattoos are becoming more personal. The city of Platteville...

  • ‘Before the Flood’ puts a spotlight on climate change
  • Doyle center event helps students relax

    Doyle center event helps students relax

    Carter Shilts, [email protected] | March 22, 2017

  • Professor teaches members of Platteville community Tai Chi

    Professor teaches members of Platteville community Tai Chi

    Sara Myers, [email protected] | March 22, 2017

  • Plattecon 2017: The year of the ‘Boss Monster’

    Plattecon 2017: The year of the ‘Boss Monster’

    Jasper Whalen, [email protected] | March 8, 2017

‘Before the Flood’ puts a spotlight on climate change

‘Before the Flood’ puts a spotlight on climate change

Ryan Kotajarvi, General Reporter

  This past week students, staff and community members attended a showing of the documentary Before the Flood hosted by the Green Campus Project at the University  of Wis...

March 22No Comments

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Doyle center event helps students relax

Doyle center event helps students relax

Carter Shilts, [email protected]

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Letter to the Editor: Trump sign burned on the stake

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CORRECTIONS

The Exponent wants every item published to be fair, balanced and accurate. If you believe a correction is needed, please e-mail us at [email protected] or call us at 342.1471.
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*October 6, 2016
The phrase “sexual assult” was used to refer to sexual harrassment. All phrases should have read “sexual harrassment” eliminating any allogations of assult. We apologise for the error.
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Corrections are made in the articles online and are also noted at the bottom of each article.

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The student news site of University of Wisconsin-Platteville.
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