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Helen Clarke

Helen Clarke is a student at UW-River Falls.

October 19, 2006

Vandals take aim at vehicles

Article written by: Helen Clarke and Jennie Oemig Vehicle vandalism and small thefts have been on the rise on the UW-River Falls campus, leaving several students who park their vehicles in campus lots with hundreds of dollars in damage repairs. In the past three weeks, there have been 15 separate reports of vandalism and theft […]

September 29, 2006

Apparent bomb threat shuts down North Hall

Article written by: Helen Clarke and Shalena Janis North Hall was evacuated at 9:30 a.m. Friday while a potential bomb threat was being investigated. Police were contacted by Public Safety at 8:50 a.m. about a phone conversation that made reference to a bomb in North Hall, River Falls Police Chief Roger Leque said. RFPD arrived […]

September 28, 2006

Local accidents shake up students, kill RF woman

Two UW-River Falls students were transported by ambulance following a two-vehicle accident shortly before 2 p.m. Wednesday. Traffic on Cascade Avenue was stalled after a Pontiac Bonneville rear-ended a Ford Contour between the intersections of Third and Fourth Streets. According to student Greg Lund, a witness to the accident, the driver of the Contour, 20-year-old […]

April 6, 2006

Senate approves final LDPB funds

Student Senate passed a motion to approve the Leadership Development and Programming Board’s final committee budget for the 2005-2006 academic year. The approval came after much deliberation by both Senate and LDPB following the Feb. 26 Annual Budget Funding Requests meeting with student organization leaders. At its March 7 meeting, Senate passed a motion for […]

April 6, 2006

Reserve account offers options for student orgs

Final budgets for student organizations were approved by Student Senate April 4, and some organizations will see funding cuts for the 2006-2007 academic year.

March 31, 2006

Professor regains vision after three-day blind spell, questions remain about eyesight

The spring often brings new beginnings, and for Imtiaz Moosa, a UW-River Falls professor of philosophy, the season has brought a second chance to see the world around him.