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Alex Wendland

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Alex is a student at UW-Milwauee and lives on Milwaukee's East Side. When he's not working at, he writes for the UWM Post sports section and plays devil's advocate to a fault in conversation.

Alex strongly believes that if the reason not to change is, "because we've always done it this way," then change is almost certainly necessary.

In Alex' free time he enjoys catching a movie at the Oriental or iPic, video games, creating arbitrary top-five lists, lobbying President Obama to follow-back via Twitter, messing with Chairman Meow (the resident apartment cat) and continuing his crusade to have Yuengling Lager brought to Wisconsin.

After graduating with degrees in marketing and journalism, Alex plans to continue writing and enjoying all of the adventures that life has to offer. If you see him around, stop and say "malarkey," as he never expects anyone to read these bios ... so he'll probably be surprised.

Recent Articles
 Sports - September 18, 2011
 Milwaukee Talks: UWM soccer player Sarah Hagen
 In just three years on the Milwaukee Panthers women's soccer team, Sarah Hagen has become arguably the best soccer player in Horizon League history. As just a junior, she repeated as Horizon League Player of the Year, and was All-League First Team and League Tournament MVP for the third-straight season.
 Sports - September 3, 2011
 2011 Fantasy Football Draft Survival Guide
 Summer is wrapping up and now is the time where everyone goes football crazy. The game is in full swing at every level, from pee-wee all the way up to the pros. For many, the highest level they will achieve is a fantasy football championship.
 Sports - August 16, 2011
 Long time listener, first time coach intern Alex Wendland recently took a position as the offensive and defensive line coach for the freshman team at Whitefish Bay High School. The season has already been more challenging than expected, but he wouldn't trade the experience for anything.
 Movies & TV - July 28, 2011
 Cowboys & Aliens shows what a summer movie should be
 There's something about European actors doing American accents, good or bad, that always pulls me in. Hugh Laurie on "House M.D." was first, Dominic West surprised me with his terrible-at-first Baltimore accent in "The Wire" and now Daniel Craig pulls it off without doing too much of a John Wayne impression in "Cowboys & Aliens."
 Arts & Entertainment - July 21, 2011
 Harley-Davidson Museum a can't miss attraction
 As a city, we sometimes take our own attractions for granted. Don't fall into that trap, get to the Harley-Davidson Museum this summer.
 Movies & TV - July 19, 2011
 Should you see Harry Potter 7(.5)?
 The most anticipated movie of the Summer, "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2" made over $45 million on just midnight showings and $168.6 million during opening weekend. If you weren't one of the millions to see it already, should you?
 Arts & Entertainment - July 14, 2011
 What's on your Summer reading list?
 There isn't much better than sitting outside and reading a good book, but that really isn't an option come January in Milwaukee. Now that we've finally got warm weather, it's time to dust off that list of books you've been dying to read.
 Music - July 10, 2011
 Wisconsin's Dave Matthews fans flock to Chicago for Caravan
 While the Dave Matthews Band decided last year they wouldn't tour the summer of 2011, the band still wanted to perform without the stress of another full summer tour. And thus, the Caravan festival was born. Among those in attendance are many from the Milwaukee area that are using Caravan in replacement of Alpine Valley to get their DMB fix.
 Living - July 8, 2011
 Young Milwaukee to host a Youth Football Fundraiser
 Young Milwaukee, a charity/group of young professionals in the Milwaukee metro area, will hold its second annual Youth Football Fundraiser this Tuesday, July 12 at John Hawks Pub, 100 E. Wisconsin Ave.
 Sports - June 26, 2011
 Brewers-Twins rivalry alive and well at Miller Park
 The Brewers' rivalry with the Minnesota Twins dates back to their early years in the American League, when both teams competed in the AL West Division. The rivalry has understandably tempered somewhat since the Brewers moved to the National League in 1998 but it remains alive thanks to interleague play.

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