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Monday, Nov. 12, 2012
Art unites two generations at Cardinal Stritch University’s Northwestern Mutual Art Gallery in the unique “Baylor Family Exhibition.” A. Helen Baylor, author of the book Her Own Patch of Rain: The Prayer of a Young Daughter
Wednesday, June 6, 2012
For at least 17,000 years, as evidenced by cave paintings in Lascaux, France, man has tried to capture the animal kingdom through art. The complex relationship that stems from sharing personal space with animals, whether explored...
Wednesday, Feb. 29, 2012
Institution Type: four-year, private, Catholic Franciscan university Accreditation: Higher Learning Commission of the North Central Association of Colleges and...
07.27.2010 | | Posted at 07:45 PM

Big Green From New York Helps Out

By Russ Bickerstaff
A touring Broadway production is a really, really easy target�especially when it�s as large and cumbersome as Wicked. The big, overpriced show attracts a great many people who will likely mistake the big production numbers, expensive costuming, lighting and so on for live theatre. Live theatre lives in much smaller venues where the reality of human emotion can pour out . . . a touring Broadway s...
Wednesday, May 6, 2009

Cardinal Stritch walks away from Cousins Center purchase

Environmentalists see an opportunity. The cash- strapped Archdiocese of Milwaukee has put the Cousins Center in St. Francis back up for sale, now that a deal to sell the property to Cardinal Stritch University has fallen through. “We have the same sense of urgency that we’ve had for the past two years,” said John...
Thursday, Oct. 30, 2008

The British pub quiz

As the days grow shorter and the cold weather sets in, grills and patio furniture are stored for the winter and social lives are mostly relegated to the indoors. If your billiards game is unaligned and bowling just isn’t your sport, you can always engage in more cerebral pleasures during the colder months.
Wednesday, Jan. 16, 2008

Classical Preview

Throughout his life, literature stoked the fire that burned so brightly in the imagination of French composer Hector Berlioz (1803-69). Yet, while many might assume that it was Lord Byron’s “The Corsair” that inspired his concert overture of the same name, it was actually James Fenimore Cooper’s novel The Red Rover...