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Phillip Bock

Phillip Bock is a student at UW-River Falls.

December 6, 2007

New eSIS QuikPAY option makes paying tuition easier

The UW-River Falls Accounts Receivable department has introduced a new online system that will make viewing, printing and paying tuition much easier and more convenient.

November 15, 2007

Sculpture modeled in 1968 finds home outside Kleinpell Fine Arts

A sculpture dedicated to Martin Luther King Jr. that was crafted in 1968 has found a new home on campus outside of the Kleinpell Fine Arts building.

November 8, 2007

Campus organization receives ‘Club of the Year’ recognition

In its third year as an organization on campus, the National Communication Association Student Club (NCASC) has won the award for “Club of the Year.”

November 2, 2007

Reciprocity agreement reached, begins fall ’08

The reciprocity agreement between Wisconsin and Minnesota remains strong after a new agreement about how reciprocity funds are distributed was reached by the two states.

October 25, 2007

Resolved budget will benefit UW System

Nearly four months after its original deadline, State Legislators have finally passed a State budget that favors the UW System.

October 19, 2007

Fry brings enthusiasm, experience to new role

Blake Fry has worked for UW-River Falls since 2005 as the Dean of Student Development and Campus Diversity, but after the senior administration reorganization this summer, his title has changed to special assistant to the chancellor. His duties, for the most part, have stayed the same.

October 11, 2007

Public safety hires new officers, looks to enhance crime prevention

Two new public safety officers have been hired to provide crime prevention to the UW-River Falls campus while administration officials look into the possibility of adding sworn police officers to the Public Safety Department.

October 4, 2007

Library, computer lab keep doors open late

Students will now be able to study long into the night due to a differential tuition initiative that funds longer hours for the Chalmer Davee Library and the College of Business and Economics’ computer lab at UW-River Falls.

September 20, 2007

Proposed budget may cut funding for UW System

UW-River Falls could face drastic cuts in staff and services as a result of the state finance bill currently being debated in Madison.

April 26, 2007

Duck nests near Ag. Sci. building

Students walking from the Agricultural Science building to the Agricultural Engineering building might notice a duck nested in a peculiar spot. The duck, a female mallard, has chosen to lay her eggs in a nest right up next to the rear-left window.