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With efforts to end hateful speech, a panel will discuss prejudice at Carroll University on Tuesday.
In addition to robots, other aspects of robotics program come into play as Waukesha high schoolers compete in St. Louis.
More than 150 comments have been left on Patch about the Carroll University fraternity's suspension. How do you feel about the suspension?
Beta Pi Epsilon wants to spend fall 2012 semester addressing its academics to show university officials it can change its reputation.
Citing Beta Pi Epsilon's inability to find an adviser and a record of "disruptive" conduct, Carroll University informs alumni of 106-year-old fraternity that it has been suspended.
Schools, The Neighborhood Files
Milwaukee Wave midfielder Ian Bennett and goalkeeper Nick Vorberg visited the North Waukesha KinderCareTuesday to celebrate the national Week of the Young Child.
Theatrical production about growing up was written by students in a series of writing workshops.
Museum project included information about health, hygiene, nutrition and exercise.
STEM Academy robotics team makes use of teamwork and robotics skills in worldwide competition.
Fraternity's awareness project turned controversial as students were asked to write hateful names on wall that later was symbolically destroyed.
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