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Psychology Professor Travis Tubre (left), horticulture Professor Terry Ferriss (middle), and agricultural business Professor David Trechter (right) have been awarded a grant for a living green wall.

UWRF to install living green wall

September 26th, 2014

UW-River Falls received a grant from the National Foliage Foundation to install a living green wall in one of the classrooms in the Ag Science building. The goal of the installation is to see if there are academic and psychological benefits that are identifiable with the presence of a green wall in a classroom setting.

Website redesign creates new, enhanced experience

September 26th, 2014

University Communications and the Department of Technical Services (DoTS) joined together to design and create a new UW-River Falls website that will make it easier to navigate and tell the university’s story.

Veteran Services on campus provides support at UWRF

September 26th, 2014

UW-River Falls has about 225 veterans and family members on campus this semester, and an estimated 190 veterans who have served currently enrolled, according to Veteran Services.

Student Senate swears in new members

September 26th, 2014

Student Senate welcomes eight new members. The Senate fall election took last place from Monday, Sept. 15, to Tuesday, Sept. 16. The new members were sworn in at the Senate meeting on Sept. 16.

Student Senate Cinema begins on campus

September 26th, 2014

During the week students are busy going to classes, but during the weekend there are no classes to keep students on campus, so Student Life is busy organizing events to keep the students at UW-River Falls on campus and involved with things on campus. Now Student Senate is joining in the effort.

Seniors present art thesis exhibitions

Common Core Mathematics Project

Annual faculty and staff award recipients

Campus outdoor art installations, Oct. 1-2

Xcel Energy supports future teachers

Sports

Record-setting performance leads to Falcons football win

September 26th, 2014

A weight that has been sitting on the shoulders of every UWRiver Falls football player has finally been lifted as the football team won its first game of the 2014 season.

UW-River Falls intramurals improve programs for students

September 26th, 2014

The past two spring intramural seasons have been rough as weather has not cooperated, leading Recreation and Sport Facilities to make some adjustments this year.

UW-River Falls athletes battle for baby Leo on and off court

September 26th, 2014

Often sports teams face challenges on the field or court but an assistant UW-River Falls Falcons coach and his family are facing a challenge much bigger than just a game.

UWRF women’s volleyball heats up after 1-5 start to season

UW-River Falls soccer looks to be major threat in WIAC

UWRF to host tribute to coaching legend Mike Farley

Etcetera

Movie poster for The Maze Runner

‘The Maze Runner’ falls short of high expectations with stale plot

September 26th, 2014

Fear, paranoia and vapid storytelling are winding their way through “The Maze Runner,” which despite looking promising, falters through its self-made maze with middling characters.

Viewpoints

Another semester, another chance to broaden horizons

September 18th, 2014

September is already 19 days old and the fall 2014 semester is well underway, and we feel the need to remind students of their responsibilities as UWRF family members, as well as urge students to become involved in some form on campus.

Losing weight proves to be taxing, ultimately worthwhile struggle

September 18th, 2014

As a young boy I faced the common issue in our society: obesity. I remember nervously standing on the weight scale at each doctor’s visit. At the age of nine I already weighed 100 pounds; in junior high school I reached 150 pounds; and at the age of 16 I hit the big 200.

Writing columns provides creative experience

Liberal Arts education, college campus better prepares us for life

Editorial cartoon

Amanda White/Student Voice

Multimedia

River Falls Update

May 2, 2014

Watch the May 2, 2014, edition of “River Falls Update,” a Web-based news show created by UW-River Falls journalism students. Featured are stories about the Finals Fest concert, UWRF being placed on a one-year probation after an NCAA investigation, and the Take Back the Night observance in River Falls.

Poll

What is your biggest goal for this semester?

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