Milwaukee school of engineering


MSOE announces ambitious dorm makeover

Published April 29, 2019

Milwaukee School of Engineering today announced that it plans to renovate the school's Roy W. Johnson Residence Hall (RWJ), 1121 N. Milwaukee St., into what it calls "a multi-purpose Living-Learning Community (LLC) with modernized, flexible living and learning spaces designed to serve the diverse needs of students and function as an extension of the classroom."


Blazel divides time between brewing and distilling

Published Jan. 15, 2015

Brian "Blaze" Blazel moved to Milwaukee from Eau Claire to study mechanical engineering at the Milwaukee School of Engineering, but enthusiastically changed directions when he was offered a job as a brewer at Milwaukee Brewing Co. Last summer, Central Standard Craft Distillery - a micro still and tasting room in Walker's Point - rented space in Milwaukee Brewing Co.'s building and hired Blazel as a distiller.


First Look: Mai Thai's new lounge

Published Jan. 10, 2014

Eric Grethe took over Mai Thai - an Asian restaurant on Brady Street - last summer. On New Year's Eve, he and bar manager Tim Johnson introduced the new lounge which features an expanded drink menu and a free midnight Thai food buffet every Friday night.


MSOE unveils new Grohmann Museum

Published Oct. 11, 2007

After a year of hard work, the Milwaukee School of Engineering is ready to unveil the fruit of its labor: the Grohmann Museum, a 38,000-sq. ft. art space dedicated to the world's most comprehensive collection focusing on the evolution of human work.


MSOE's Raiders earn first-ever national hockey ranking

Published Feb. 8, 2006

The Milwaukee School of Engineering became the first-ever team in the eight-year history of the Midwest Collegiate Hockey Association to earn a national ranking as the Raiders entered the poll at No. 15 this week.


Frontier Radio thriving in Milwaukee thanks to WMSE

Published March 11, 2002

In a city that's had its ups and downs up and down the radio dial, WMSE-FM, the radio station of the Milwaukee School of Engineering, has been a guiding light for music fans for years.