• Milwaukee Events this Weekend!

    International Students Bored? No plans? Come check out the MANY events happening this week in and around MKE!! GreekFest (Wisconsin State Fair Park) Need something to do this weekend? Come celebrate traditional G...
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  • MSOE SOFTWARE ENGINEERING PROGRAM UPDATE- must read!

    MSOE Considered Most Balanced Software Engineering Program
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  • Event of the Day: First roller coaster in America opens

      Jun 16, 1884:  First roller coaster in America opens  On this day in 1884, the first roller coaster in America opens at Coney Island, in Brooklyn, New York. Known as a switchback railway, it was th...
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  • MSOE Nursing program receives re-accreditation

    Milwaukee School of Engineering’s School of Nursing has received notification that its Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree has been granted continued accreditation for 10 years, extending to June 2024, with no...
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  • I'm addicted to the Hub!

    I can't stop! Now that I've reached 1000, I want more! It isn't even a problem
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  • Event of the day:  THE FIRST SOCCER WORLD CUP

    On July 13, 1930, France defeats Mexico 4-1 and the United States defeats Belgium 3-0 in the first-ever World Cup football matches, played simultaneously in host city Montevideo, Uruguay. The World Cup has since becom...
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  • Word of the Day: retroactive

    retroactive   Retroactive has been around since the 17th century and designates operation with respect to something in the past, such as a retroactive law.  The Latin word retroagere, an ancestor of the a...
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  • Dr. Blake Wentz named chair of Civil and Architectural Engineering and Construction Management Department

    Dr. Blake Wentz has been named chair of the Civil and Architectural Engineering and Construction Management (CAECM) Department at Milwaukee School of Engineering, effective Fall 2014. Wentz joined the faculty at MSOE ...
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  • Word of the Day: indigence

    indigence Indigence is a synonym for extreme poverty. If you experience indigence, you have a critical need for food, money, and other resources. To correctly pronounce indigence, accent the first syllable: "IN-dih...
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  • Word of the day: glucose

    glucoseTwo hundred and fifty years ago last April,  the British Parliament passed the Sugar Act.  This was a  a revenue raiser that imposed a tax on sugar and other goods imported from New World colonie...
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  • Word of the day: felon

    felon Law related word that describes a criminal who has committed a serious crime (called a felony).  It derives from an Anglo-French word that meant "evildoer".   (OLD Meaning) wicked   &nbs...
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  • Celebration of the Day:  Mother's Day!

    Mother’s Day is a day for many people to show their appreciation towards mothers and mother figures worldwide. It is an annual event but is held at different dates in the calendar, depending on the country. &nbs...
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  • Word of the day: scurrilous

    scurrilous                    from a Latin root meaning "buffoon" Given to the use of vulgar, coarse, slanderous or abu...
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  • Grammar Point of the Day: English Word Order (SVO)

      WHAT IS SVO?   SVO is the basic word order of main clauses and subordinate clauses in present-day English: Subject + Verb + Object. Compared with many other languages, SVO word order in English is fa...
  • Word of the day: monstrous

    monstrous It means "like a monster," but it also means "abnormally huge," perhaps because we do not typically designate small things as monsters unless they are behaving very badly.  A long time ago it was used ...
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  • Word Of The Day: circumnavigation

    circumnavigationMay 5th was the 150th anniversary of the birth of Nellie Bly, an American journalist who, in 1889, went around the world in 72 days, a feat intended to best the fictional account of the same in Jules V...
  • Summer Options for International Students- Must Read

    As an International Student, you will probably want to make summer plans a little earlier than your peers – at least a month in advance. Here are some ideas of what to do during this fantastic time.   4 Su...
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  • A College Student's Guide to Citation Styles

        College students are often expected to write research articles on a regular basis. Depending on their specific area of study, the manner in which these articles should be written may vary quite dramatic...
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  • Office of English Language Programs of the U.S. Dept. of State

    American English is a resource center for teaching and learning about American English language and culture. This website provides a variety of engaging materials and resources for teachers' professional development a...
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  • Word of the day 2/18/14: dismiss

    dismiss At the end of a lesson period, your professor says, "class dismissed." This means that you and the rest of the students are free to go. Dismiss means to let go. If a judge dismisses a case, it means he's say...
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