Returning to school as an adult can be overwhelming. These five adult learners share their experience and the advice they have for other adults returning to school.
Archives for 2021
Check out COVID-19 testing hours and locations; attend a family-friendly New Year’s Eve at Bounce Milwaukee; party at Battle Lounge; walk in Hawthorne Glen; and do yoga with Milwaukee Recreation.
Her baby was only 6 inches long and weighed only 3 ½ half ounces, so the hospital did not have small enough clothes for him to wear to his burial. That’s why Hazel Jones decided to help those who have lost children – in Mattie’s memory.
Sure, Milwaukee is a city of concrete. But if you look closer, you also will find a vibrant urban farming community.
Daughters of Tradition is a local mentorship group under the HIR Wellness Institute. Girls and young women gather weekly to share their stories, learn each other’s culture and create lasting bonds.
Take a look at 2021 through the lens of opinions and personal essays from your neighbors.
The nonprofit opened in 1991 and focused on advocating for and with people facing homelessness. Three years later, it became Milwaukee’s first daytime homeless resource center.
Reckless driving is a major problem in Milwaukee. Here are some residents who are doing something about it.
Bellies and Babees, a prenatal and child care organization that was founded in March, is a new resource on Milwaukee’s South Side for mothers in need of help.
Check out the open mic for Kujichagulia; attend Ujamaa 2021 with Heal the Hood MKE; join a conversation on unlocking the vote with EXPO; volunteer with DreamBikes; and visit the Milwaukee County Zoo for free.