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Gateway students got a chance to share health and wellness information with the community at the Boys and Girls Club of Kenosha Health and Safety Fair held in February. Topics included exercise, nutrition, oral health and hand washing.
The event is very valuable for students, said Heidi... Read More
For many interested in basketball, this month is often referred to as March Madness–a time when teams play in the national tournament to crown a champion for their sport.
Well, at Gateway there is also March madness. We may not be shooting jump shots or setting up an in-bound play, but we... Read More
African troupe members spread peace, happiness at Gateway stops
The Saakumu (pronounced sah-koo-moo) Dance Troupe came to three Gateway Technical College campuses to celebrate Black History Month in February. Coming from Ghana, Africa, where more than 60 languages are spoken, it’s not surprising that at least seven languages were spoken among troupe members... Read More
Foundation scholarships boost student success
More than $105,000 in scholarship funds was awarded to more than 160 students during the annual Gateway Technical College Foundation scholarship awards ceremony, held February 21 on the Kenosha Campus.
Award recipients are required to have at least a 2.0 or better grade point average and... Read More
Kenosha Campus projects ongoing
In August 2014, the Kenosha Campus Learning Success Center opened its doors in its new location. Combining the services for tutoring, disability support and adult basic education, the new facility offers quiet study in calming decor.
“In the past, these were separate departments that had... Read More
The 2015 Student Leadership Conference theme is “Mission (I’m) Possible: Looking Back, Moving Forward.” The conference will be held from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Thursday, March 26, in the Madrigrano Auditorium on the Kenosha Campus. Transportation will be provided to and from the conference for... Read More
Documentary shows struggles, strides of integration
February was Black History Month and to mark the occasion, Gateway presented the 2007 documentary “Little Rock Central: 50 Years Later.” On the morning of Sept. 23, 1957, nine African American high school students faced an angry mob of more than 1,000 white Americans protesting integration in... Read More
Welding students craft pens for salmon release effort
Welding students at the Racine Campus are building two salmon trap pens for use on the Root River. The purpose of the pens is to provide a safer and more efficient way to release salmon into the Root River in Racine. Each 21-foot by 6-foot pen will hold about 3,000 fingerling Chinook salmon,... Read More
Dance performance celebrates deaf culture
In celebration of Deaf History Month, The Silent Connection, a student organization, and VANguard (Virtual Academic Network) American Sign Language students invited the Wisconsin School for the Deaf’s Sign Song Dancers to perform at Elkhorn Area High School on Feb. 26.
Participation in... Read More