Student Voice


November 28, 2022



Karina Clausen

05 Apr 2017

Math Club sends textbooks to students in Sierra Leone

Don Leake taught math at UW-River Falls for 30 years, but retiring has not stopped him from teaching. In the 1970s, he served in the Peace Corps as a secondary school teacher in Zaire, Africa, now the Democratic Republic of the Congo, and Leake and his wife Ann have currently returned to the continent. Now, he's a university instructor in Sierra Leone as part of the Peace Corps once again.

22 Mar 2017

UW System, UWRF continue to add resources for sexual assault survivors

Sexual assault and violence has been an issue on college campuses for some time, but in recent years this issue has gained momentum in regards to prevention, safety and awareness.

08 Mar 2017

Presentation at UWRF explores shelter alternatives for cats

On Thursday, March 2, the Department of Animal Science (Companion Animal Emphasis) sponsored the “Countdown to a Million: Rethinking Cat Sheltering” presentation by guest speaker Kate Hurley.

08 Feb 2017

Student Senate appoints new vice president

The UW-River Falls Student Senate found themselves needing to fill the position of vice president this semester after Halan Tran, the last vice president, left the position vacant.

Karina Clausen