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Our Buildings Need Fixing and Our Admin Can Do It
John Rodwell, [email protected] | May 4, 2022

Sesquicentennial Hall is scheduled to open for classes and usage in the fall semester. While the university has invested deeply into developing this building and should be celebrated, many other buildings...

End-of-Spring Letter from the Editor
End-of-Spring Letter from the Editor
John Rodwell, [email protected] | May 11, 2022

Dear Readers, Much like last semester, I want to begin my letter to you all with a firm congratulations – we are approaching the end of the spring semester! Congratulations to all of those who are...

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Bachelor of Fine Arts Shows
Morgan Fuerstenberg, [email protected] | May 11, 2022

The Art Department’s BFA students continued to showcase their artistic talent during the week of May 2. These shows are a requirement for the students by the Art Department to graduate with a BFA degree.  The...

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Dubuque Prostitution Sting
Natalie Downie, [email protected] | March 2, 2022

During a two-day sting operation, Dubuque police arrested 11 men for the intention of soliciting prostitution. One of the men was identified as Craig Mason, a lecturer in the Performing and Visual Arts...

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Movie: Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness
Emilee Davis , [email protected] | May 11, 2022

Much like many of the Disney+ content, “Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness” favors quantity over quality. The movie progresses by starting and abandoning different plot points and characters,...

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Biology club leads a highway cleanup, assisted by Sustainability club in celebration of Earth Day
Emilee Davis’ Comics
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Commemorating the 50th Anniversary of Title IX
Matthew Hill, [email protected] | May 11, 2022
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Biology Club Goes Wild for Animal House
March 9, 2022
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Relaxing: Gaming and Esports
February 15, 2022
Dec. 15 Activities
December 15, 2021
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Riddles Galore! Bring it, Batboy!
Riddles Galore! Bring it, Batboy!
March 30, 2022

So, Batboy, you think you can outsmart me, the Riddy Riddle Man, so easily? Well, detective, I’ve thrown the gauntlet down for you. Try to keep up.   “Give it to a friend and you’re a saint,...

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TOP 10 ANIMES OF ALL TIME
March 30, 2022

Culture—that is what is missing from UW-Platteville. The students are spiritually castrated. There is no shelter for the soul in the American hellscape. The land of culture, so far out of reach. Japan....

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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 assault” was used to refer to sexual harrassment. All phrases should have read “sexual harrassment” eliminating any allegations of assault. We apologise for the error.

*September 23, 2021
The Sept. 14 Faculty Senate meeting mentioned the deactivation of the Industrial Technology Management program. It should have stated, “two emphasis areas in the ITM major were deactivated. They are ITM/Building Construction Management and ITM/Building Construction Safety management,” as provided by Cheryl Bockchop.

*December 14, 2021
Misquotations corrected in "Abby Goodhall Senior Vocal Recital"

*March 3, 2022
In last week’s edition, we published a story about the ever-developing Russia-Ukraine conflict.
We stated that “there has been an estimated 50,000 fatalities since the invasion began less than a week ago,” but that statement was factually incorrect.
The Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights reported that 50,000 casualties had occurred since April 14, 2014 to December 31, 2021. The OHCHR further estimated that “14,200-14,400 killed ... and 37,000-39,000 injured.”
On March 3, the OHCHR reported 752 civilian casualties (227 killed and 525 injured).

*April 21, 2022
In last week’s Exponent, the final sentence of the story on page 3, “NASA Observes Farthest Recorded Star,” by Nick Wagner, was cut off by the photo. The full sentence should have read: “The discovery of Earendel is a huge leap in the study of the universe, which might one day answer the questions revolving around the mysteries of the universe.”
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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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