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Juliann Tetschlag, Alaina Kelly, Jennifer Michel, Carli Boston-Denton and Coach Rachael Walker pose with IHSA founder Bob Cacchione at the Zone 7 competition.

UWRF Hunt Team riders qualify for nationals

April 26, 2017

Two members of the UW-River Falls Hunt Seat Team, part of the Intercollegiate Horse Shows Association (IHSA), have been named among the best in the country and will be taking their talents to nationals in May.

New personal e-alarms can enhance safety, even at UWRF, chief says

September 20, 2017

Miranda Haack is an elementary education major in her junior year at UW-River Falls, and she said that she carries a whistle at all times and often travels with others who carry pepper spray.

Big freshman class overflowing UWRF dorms, classrooms and cafeterias

September 20, 2017

The UWRF class of 2020 is the largest in eight years, with a preliminary count of 1,325 students, but about 100 of them are living in study lounges – and not by choice.

River Falls police say pay-up calls ‘from’ RFPD are a scam

September 20, 2017

If you get a call from what seems to be the River Falls Police Department and the caller asks you to pay a fine, you’re being scammed, a RFPD investigator says.

Abby Wendt elected 2017-2018 UWRF student body president

Healthy Pierce, St. Croix counties are not without issues, say officials

Proposal to remove Kinni dams sparks concerns about river ecology

Dean of College of Arts and Sciences moves on after 27 years at UWRF

Banner display at UWRF showcases immigrant voices

Sports

UWRF football doubling down on recruits from Las Vegas and Arizona

September 20, 2017

With no winning football seasons in the past 16 years, UW-River Falls coaches decided it was time to take a gamble – and start recruiting in Las Vegas.

UWRF Coach Profile: Patti Ford

September 20, 2017

Falcons’ volleyball has been on a tear this season, starting out 12-1 before dropping two matches at the UWRF Falcon Invite this past weekend at newly-opened Page Arena. Coach Patti Ford has been with the program longer than her current players have been alive and has helped guide her team to their best start in over a decade.

A thank you letter to Falcon Nation

May 3, 2017

Thank you. Thank you for the memories. Thank you to the coaches, the players and even my fellow Falcon fans who I have been on this incredible and roller coaster-type ride with.

Streaming video service lets UWRF sports fans see games from a distance

Women’s golf team places first at Saturday’s invitational

Athlete of the Week: Taylor Eldred

Etcetera

The Prince and Me isn’t the romance story you’ve been looking for

September 20, 2017

The Prince and Me, not to be mistaken for the Prince and I, is a 2004 romantic comedy about a pre-med student with little passion for the liberal arts and a prince with a strong passion for the female figure.

‘The Circle’ a shining example of stellar cast, idea squandered

May 2, 2017

Mae Holland (Emma Watson) lands the job of a lifetime at the world’s most powerful technology and social media company, The Circle. Encouraged by the company’s founder (Tom Hanks), Holland joins a groundbreaking experiment that pushes the boundaries of privacy, ethics and personal freedom.

Viewpoints

Editorial:
Alcohol in the University Center could have positive impact on drinking culture

April 27, 2017

Students who voted in the Student Government Association election this semester were given the chance to weigh in on whether they would support the sale of alcohol in the University Center. We think it’s a great idea.

Sometimes growing up means giving up

September 20, 2017

When I was five years old I thought it would be simple enough. I’d vocalize to my parents, “When I grow up I want to write big books,” and then fifteen years later out of nowhere I would be the next J.K. Rowling. I honestly believed in some part of my tiny mind that simply vocalizing things would make them certain to happen. Every single day I would make my parents one-page papers with article after article written by me, the future author. “You might want to keep it,” I told my father, “I’m gonna be big.”

Coping with college stress can be solved one step at a time

September 20, 2017

The first weeks of school can become overwhelming for the majority of students. Students find themselves settling into new locations and situations while trying to balance a heavy workload. The stress can become overwhelming and make you feel like you’re slowly drowning in all of your responsibilities. Class, jobs, clubs and social life slowly begin to take up all conceivable hours of the day.

Ask Abigail Welcome Letter

Transition of leadership in student organizations brings about opportunity for change

Letters to the editor

Letter to the Editor: Student Government Association must resolve internal issues

May 2, 2017

My name is Patrick Okan. I was on the Student Senate (now called SGA) from 2008-2012. I served in various roles, including as the spring 2011 elections commissioner and on an elections reform committee in 2010.

Letter to the Editor: Both sides not represented in rugby article

April 26, 2017

We, the women’s rugby team, are upset with the article published in the Student Voice on April 21 because of the failure to report both sides of the story. We are disappointed that we were not given a voice, as none of the current team members were ever contacted in regards to the piece.

Multimedia

River Falls Update

May 6, 2016

Watch the May 6, 2016, edition of "River Falls Update," a Web-based news show created by UW-River Falls journalism students. Featured are stories about how Student Senate operates and about Dance Theatre’s spring concert.

Poll

Do you support the sale of alcohol in the University Center?

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