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Renovation for Rodli Hall and the Campus Mall is set to begin sometime this summer and will cost $15 million.

Planned renovations increase campus efficiency

April 11th, 2014

Students and faculty will be able to enjoy a more efficient campus as plans continue to be made for the renovation of Rodli Hall and the Campus Mall, according to Dale Braun, campus planner of Facilities Planning and Management.

TED Talks comes to UWRF campus as TEDx

April 11th, 2014

Next year, TED Talks will be closer than ever for the UW-River Falls community. TED Talks will be on campus, in the form of a TEDx conference.

Emergency Alert System upgrade benefits UWRF

April 11th, 2014

Last August, the Emergency Alert System was upgraded for the UWRF, making it more efficient, according to Jason Winget of DoTS. The upgrade made the system almost completely automated.

Wyman series presents best-selling author Rath

April 11th, 2014

The final Wyman Series event will feature a lecture by best-selling author Tom Rath presenting “’Eat Move Sleep’: How Small Choices Lead to Big Changes” at 7:30 p.m. on Wednesday, April 16, in the Riverview Ballroom in the University Center.

Pulitzer-Prize winning writer to speak at UWRF

April 11th, 2014

Bob Woodward, two-time Pulitzer Prize winning investigative reporter and non-fiction writer, will be the keynote speaker for the UWRF Third Annual Scholarship Benefit Dinner to be held on campus Friday, May 2.

Digital, social media separate international students from homeland news

UW System Board of Regents visits UWRF

Examining dangers of sun damage

Keeping active to deter stress from schoolwork

Erasing social stigma against mental health differences


NCAA Division III Week comes to UWRF

April 11th, 2014

This year UWRF will be taking part in the Third Annual NCAA Division III Week. Div. III week is an opportunity to publicly celebrate and promote the ways in which Division III members have provided a well-rounded collegiate experience.

Intramural spring season threatened by weather

April 11th, 2014

With 33 intramural softball teams and 14 ultimate Frisbee teams signed up and ready to play this spring, there are high hopes that these teams will be able to compete against each other in a full season of nice weather.

Regional equine virus affects Rodeo Club’s spring season

April 4th, 2014

UW-River Falls’ Rodeo Club may have to postpone spring activities because of a rare virus that emerged in nearby Stillwater, Minn., in early March.

Men’s basketball alumni to reunite, compete at national level

UWRF women’s hockey makes team history

Track team eager to start outdoor season


Junior Courtney Mahr, left, and freshman Toria Lodzinski peruse Time magazine.

Keeping up to date, informed with news

April 11th, 2014

Ever since I chose to become a journalism major, I decided that I should start caring about what is going on in the world and start reading the news.


Multiple physical education courses spark concern for student course registration plans

April 11th, 2014

Eliminating courses that are, in our opinion, unnecessary, may alleviate some of the stress of getting your class schedule to work. This particularly pertains to the physical education requirements all students have to take while at UW-River Falls.

Senate reflects on positive year

April 11th, 2014

Well fellow students, our year is almost up; the elections have come and gone and finals are only weeks away.

Kinnickinnic dam licensing application sparks public discussion, possibilities for research

Recent Residence Life changes lead to lack of respect among residents

Editorial cartoon

Amanda White/Student Voice


River Falls Update

April 4, 2014

Watch the April 4, 2014, edition of "River Falls Update," a Web-based news show created by UW-River Falls journalism students. Featured are stories about the women's hockey team's third place finish in the NCAA "Frozen Four" championship and on UWRF's Destination Program for community service.


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