• The Daily Dean: What's your blues name?

    My wife and kids took me out to Father's Day Brunch at The Smoke Shack. While waiting for our meal, we found a flyer on blues names. It turns out that my blues name is Old Bones Rivers. What's yours?
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  • Foggy Commute

    You know it's summer when . . . THE FOG IS SO THICK, IT CUTS THROUGH THE MILWAUKEE SKYLINE! #cool   It was actually a sight to see.
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  • GE Girls at MSOE program nurtures curiosity in science

    More than two dozen Waukesha-area girls will go on a week-long journey exploring the fields of science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) through hands-on projects and mentoring from local women in STEM careers....
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  • The Daily Dean: Painting the town (or the office) red

    Facilities is painting the Student Life office. Soon, we will be surrounded in shades of red and white--all the more helpful for engendering a dynamic student spirit on campus. In my doctoral coursework, I took cours...
    David Howell
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  • Those Storms

    How about this weather we've been having? It's been raining cats and dogs here in Milwaukee, thunder and lightning with or without the rain, but when it does rain it falls in sheets and piles. Last night was the first...
    Lindsey Otto
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  • MSOE SOFTWARE ENGINEERING PROGRAM UPDATE- must read!

    MSOE Considered Most Balanced Software Engineering Program
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  • Check out http://www.reviews.com/job-sites/

    The fine folks over at http://www.reviews.com/job-sites/ have reviewed the leading job search websites on the internet, and provide you with a list of the top 15.  The reviews are based on features such as availa...
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  • Milwaukee County Historical Society

      So on Friday (June 13) some of my co-workers (JessalynnRose) and I went to the Milwaukee County Historical Society, located at 910 N Old World 3rd St. There is a $5 admissions fee. It was very interesting lear...
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  • Pierogies, Potato Pancakes, Polish Sausage, & Painting!

    If you couldn't tell already, Polish Fest was pretty awesome! The weather was beautiful, the food was great, the cultural dances were pretty darn awesome, and the Polish Tatra Sheepdogs were super fluffy :3! I was als...
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  • Babies and Phones

    Have you ever called up a family member with a baby, and they give the baby the phone so that you can talk to them? I've had that happen so many times because of my younger siblings and always being away from them. I ...
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  • Money Monday: June 16th, 2014

    It finally feels like summer, the World Cup is underway, the NBA season is finally over, and festival season has finally begun in Milwaukee. There's a lot to be happy about and look forward to! School might seem like ...
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  • Student Accounts

    The final Tuition Balances are now past due!  Spring Tuition balances were due on April 15, 2012.  If you have not submitted your payment your account has been assessed a late payment fee and you have been s...
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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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  • The Daily Dean: World Cup!

    Student Activities organized an event last week to celebrate the opening of the World Cup--the football (soccer) event that occurs every 4 years and causes the world populous to stop and enjoy some of the best athleti...
    David Howell
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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
    Lindsey Otto
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  • First Summer Living in Milwaukee

    Hey all! This is my first summer living in Milwaukee! I'm excited explore all of Milwaukee's summer happenings and learn all about this wonderful city I live in! Can't wait to indulge myself in all the great things ...
    Nicole Alexandria Baylon
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  • The Daily Dean: 100 posts! Time to celebrate with sheet cake!

    This is the 100th post for the Daily Dean! The blog started back on January 23rd. That seems like a long time ago, because much has happened since then. Hopefully, the most salient thoughts and events have taken shape...
    David Howell
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  • Cake and work

    Slowly getting work done in Admissions. Found out my grandparents will be stopping by in Milwaukee in July. They are making their way cross country from WA to MD. This will be the second time I've seen them this year ...
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  • New High Score!

    Finally reached 1000 points on the Hub! New accomplishment for me
    Lindsey Otto
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