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oct 21, 2014 Here’s a sneak peek at the new exhibit going up in the...
Parkside is fortunate enough to have multiple art galleries to show off amazing work and here is a sneak peek at what to look for next.
oct 21, 2014 Parkside students make masks from scratch
With Halloween just around the corner, students might be looking for a way to make their own costumes and masks. Luckily, the Theatre Crafts class has already finished theirs!
oct 20, 2014 Parkside professor Carey Watters created an art exhibit made entirely of paper
The Parkside galleries are excited to unveil the meticulous paper art that was created by our own professor, Carey Watters.
oct 20, 2014 The Big Read: A Case of The Montags, with Christopher Hudspeth and...
ProfessorsChristopher Hudspeth and Peggy James discuss the nature of utopian and dystopian societies in relation to Ray Bradbury's Fahrenheit 451, with the ALL Organization, in their presentation “A Case of the Montags”
oct 17, 2014 UWP Soccer faces off against Truman State
UW-Parkside Men’s (7-6, 4-6 GLVC) returned to Wood Road Field at 1:15pm Friday after splitting a pair of games last weekend in Saint Louis, this time to face off against the Truman State Bulldogs.
oct 17, 2014 Parkside students learn about the dangers of drunk driving
Parkside students learn about the many dangers of drunk driving. Several nursing students in uniform provided surprising facts and statistics that shocked everyone passing by.
oct 17, 2014 UW-Parkside continues to shower the community with creativity
Today, many of these decorated umbrellas can be seen in the Wyllie Hall Main Place to remind students of the bond we have with our community and the lasting impression they have made on our school.
oct 16, 2014 Colleges Key to Economic Growth
College-business partnership key to success
oct 16, 2014 UWP Band Conductor Hopes to Create Buzz
Laura Rexroth takes over Community Band.
oct 16, 2014 40 Years Baking at Parkside
Joanne DeRose is thrilled to be celebrating her 40th year baking at UW-Parkside.
oct 15, 2014 Student Rush Discount Showing of Reasons To Be Pretty
Parkside Theatre Arts Department kicks off it’s second week of performances for Reasons To Be Pretty, a Caustic Comedy by Neil Labute, with a $2 admission performance Thursday, October 16th at 7:30pm for Parkside students with ID.
oct 15, 2014 Native Art Presentation at UW-Parkside
Guest speaker Dave Spencer (Mississippi Chata & Dine), Development Director of the American Indian Center in Chicago, will address Native Art, Representation & Survival: An introduction to contemporary Native Art

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