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Dec 2013

A song for everyone

12/4/13By Baraboo News Repbulic

An angelic peacefulness falls over the Baraboo First United Methodist Church on Tuesday evening as Deanna Horjus-Lang gradually quiets the University of Wisconsin-Baraboo/Sauk County Campus and Community Choir. The choir is rehearsing for a show...

Scotland coming to town

12/3/13By Baraboo News Repbulic

The University of Wisconsin-Baraboo/Sauk County will offer a wee taste of Scottish culture Wednesday.

The event, set to focus on the "Wisconsin in Scotland" study abroad program, will feature Scottish music and food and presentations from...

Nov 2013

Heavy metal: Artist's scupltures thought-provoking

11/29/13By Baraboo News Repbulic

When you pour your thoughts and feelings into your art, putting it on display is like standing naked before a crowd.

“You’re not covering up anything at all,” Kevin Moll said.

Moll is a Baraboo metal sculptor whose work is on display...

Community-minded Nelson dies at 83

11/29/13By Baraboo News Repbulic

Today, about 600 students get their educations through the University of Baraboo/Sauk County, and an imminent expansion in the coming years should make room for more.

But in the 1950s, when the campus was created, the idea of a local two-...

Ready for a show

11/25/13By Baraboo News Repbulic

The University of Wisconsin-Baraboo/Sauk County Concert Band rehearses Monday night for its winter show, which is scheduled for 7 p.m. Dec. 2 in the campus’ R.G. Brown Theatre. The concert will include a performance by the college’s jazz band and...

UW-BSC announces fitness courses

11/22/13By Baraboo News Repbulic

The University of Wisconsin-Baraboo/Sauk County Continuing Education department will offer short sessions of fitness class favorites in December. Classes meet only a few times making it a great time to sample a class.

Choose from early...

O (little) Christmas tree

11/21/13By Baraboo News Repbulic

Don’t be surprised if you walk into a University of Wisconsin-Baraboo/Sauk County faculty member’s home this holiday season and see a forlorn-looking pine tree standing in the corner.

Visitors can rest assured these scraggly, sparse trees...

The soul of 'Wit'

11/20/13By Baraboo News Repbulic

“Wit” chronicles a woman’s struggle with terminal ovarian cancer. But the play isn’t about death: It’s about life.

Tonight, the University of Wisconsin-Baraboo/Sauk County opens its production of Margaret Edson’s Pulitzer Prize-winning...

Losing locks, raising funds

11/13/13By Baraboo News Repbulic

Stylist and University of Wisconsin-Baraboo/Sauk County student Diana Verwey shears actress Molly Arbogast's luxurious salt-and-pepper locks Wednesday at the campus theater. Arbogast was preparing for her role in the upcoming campus production of...

Survivor leads campus marrow drive

11/13/13By Baraboo News Repbulic

Cancer survivor Sam Bieno can’t forget the day her stem cell transplant came a year ago. Tired and nauseated from the chemotherapy and full-body irradiation that had prepared her for the procedure, the donation arrived, looking like a simple gift...