University makes the call, cheap addy for all

Ophelia Balls, ballso@uwplatt.edu
April 1, 2015
Filed under Antagonist

Starting April 13, Health Services will distribute Adderall to the student population in order to counteract the proposed budget cuts. With the end of the semester in sight, students will be lining up to receive their daily fix of the stimulant drug at the reasonable price of $5 for 20mg of instant... Read more »

Cheer and dance teams neglected for the first time in Platteville

Cheer and dance teams neglected for the first time in Platteville

Cato Tag, tagc@uwplatt.edu
April 1, 2015
Filed under Antagonist

In celebration of the 40th anniversary of Title IX, the law that was passed to help ensure gender equity in education, the National Coalition of Women and Girls in Education is filing 40 complaints against universities that the coalition says are ‘failing egregiously’. Lisa Maatz, NCWGE chair, has... Read more »

Regina George gives back

Regina George, thereginageorge@uwplatt.edu
April 1, 2015
Filed under Antagonist

Dear Regina, What do you think of women not getting married, settling down, having babies and raising a family? This young generation seems to enjoy travelling and getting educated. What about the children? Pretty soon there won’t be any need for that baby store downtown if there aren’t any babies!... Read more »

Ettor to the leditor: No po-po 5-0

Ima Bisch, bischi@uwplatt.edu
April 1, 2015
Filed under Antagonist

I hate to say this, but the Exponent has gone down hill lately. The past few weeks have not had police reports, and I am disappointed, to say the least. It was bad enough when you stopped publishing comics and puzzles, but this is ridiculous. What sort of newspaper doesn’t have police reports? Now... Read more »

Don’t forget to tip your stripper

Benjamin Jerkin, jerkinb@uwplatt.edu
April 1, 2015
Filed under Antagonist

Students will soon be able to strip themselves free of college debt as the city of Platteville plans to construct a dual-sexual strip club where the Shell gas station once stood. With budget cuts, tuition freezes, employee reduction and public higher education insignificance, students are being offered... Read more »

Walkerways to keep students on track

Megan Keylish, keylishm@uwplatt.edu
April 1, 2015
Filed under Antagonist

Despite the carnage budget cuts are bringing to campus, the University of Wisconsin-Platteville has set aside $16 million for the development of moving walkways. The sidewalks of Greenwood Avenue, Longhorn Drive, Southwest Road, Main Street, College Drive and Circle Drive are getting renovated. A colossal... Read more »

Students prepare for zombie crisis, most survive

Students prepare for zombie crisis, most survive

Cato Tag, tagc@uwplatt.edu
April 1, 2015
Filed under Antagonist

Media Studies professor, BJ Reed, has long been known for coursework that places her public relations students in situations that resemble a potential situation they could experience after graduation. As part of her Crisis Planning & Communication course, Reed presents the class members with a hypothetical... Read more »

Antagonist: Porn, showing skin to save our skins

Monkey King, kingmo@uwplatt.edu
April 1, 2015
Filed under Antagonist

The University of Wisconsin System, also known as “The Crown Jewel” of the state of Wisconsin, will never ever have to worry about money again. The entire UW-system can thank the soon-to-be-evaporated Media Studies Department. In his last official act as department chairman, Art Ranney announced... Read more »

Antagonist: Commencement 2015 cancelled

Tom A. Toetosser, toetossert@uwplatt.edu
April 1, 2015
Filed under Antagonist

Commencement for the Spring 2015 semester is cancelled. Budgetary cuts are not listed as the cause. After weeks of discussion amongst students, faculty, staff and administration during the Fall 2014 semester about changing this semester’s commencement ceremony from one day with three ceremonies to... Read more »

Gender ratio flops to 6:1 in favor of females

Gender ratio flops to 6:1 in favor of females

Tits McGee
November 11, 2014
Filed under Antagonist, Showcase, Top Story

According to a recent survey conducted by the Wisconsin Public Institute of Education, it is estimated that by 2016 the University of Wisconsin-Platteville’s gender ratio will be 6:1 in favor of women. This statement was released... Read more »