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Despite the ongoing military invasion by Russia that has turned their country and their lives upside down, 100 Ukrainian students are thinking about the future.
Christiansen, a first-generation student, is proud to graduate early
As manager for a precision machine shop, Keegan Hastreiter is committed to excellence - unlike eight years ago at UW-Stout.
Some students, like Olivia Johnston, leave something behind to go with all that they take away from college.
Like many of the 1,183 students who graduate May 9 at University of Wisconsin-Stout, Nenagh O’Leary had many stretches when the going got tough.
Over his three-plus years at UW-Stout, Phil Schmit has developed a method of study that he believes will be helpful with alternative learning methods.
Fitting in and making friends on a campus with thousands of students can be a challenging aspect of going to college.
Can asking yourself a simple question result in a brighter future?