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Ashley Goettl

Ashley Goettl is an alumna of UW-River Falls. She was editor of the Student Voice from fall semester 2011 to spring semester 2013.

May 9, 2013

Three new bands scheduled to perform at Finals Fest

A new line-up of performers is set for Finals Fest after the original performers cancelled. Bad Habits Brass of River Falls will start the live music at 7 p.m., followed by Farewell Milwaukee, a Minneapolis based group at 8:30 and Joey Ryan and the Inks, also from Minneapolis, at 9:30 on May 10 in the Falcon’s Nest in the University Center.

May 6, 2013

Philip Phillips concert at UW-River Falls cancelled

American Idol winner Phillip Phillips has cancelled his concert at the UW-River Falls due to ill health, according to a press released issued by University Communications may 6.

May 2, 2013

Finals Fest features Phillip Phillips

The eighth annual Finals Fest concert at UW-River Falls will feature “American Idol” winner Phillip Phillips on Friday, May 10, in the outdoor Melvin Wall Amphitheatre on campus.

April 18, 2013

Golf showing improvement under Cranston

Head Coach Matt Cranston has high expectations for his golf team this spring. But after coming off the team’s best finish since 2005, the third-year head coach has every reason to be optimistic. Last season, the team placed fourth in the WIAC.

April 18, 2013

Sam Tauchen elected Senate president

Next year, the Student Senate will see a new leader take the helm. While President-Elect Sam Tauchen comes from a family of leaders in state and local politics, Tauchen said he ran because he had something to offer the student body.

April 15, 2013

Plant and Earth science professor dies

Dennis Cosgrove, 57, a UW-River Falls professor in the plant and Earth science department, died Friday, April 12 at his home in Spring Valley.

April 15, 2013

Missing UWRF student dies in Utah

Donovan Campbell, the UW-River Falls student who had been missing since April 5, died Saturday, April 13 in Utah, according to the Falcon Daily.

April 11, 2013

UWRF student goes missing, police looking for help

UW-River Falls student Donovan Alexander Campbell, 19, has been missing since April 5 according to a news release issued by the River Falls Police Department April 11.

April 11, 2013

CAFES contributes to food and fiber industry

Fewer than 2 million Americans are actively farming, compared to over 7 million in the late 1930s, but with 23 million jobs, the food and fiber industry is the largest employer in the U.S., according to the College of Agriculture, Food and Environmental Sciences (CAFES).

April 4, 2013

Active Minds strives to improve mental health

Over 1,100 college students across the nation will die each year as a result of suicide, according to Active Minds, a national nonprofit organization that raises awareness of mental health issues among college students.

March 21, 2013

Senate votes to reprimand two senators

Student Senate voted to reprimand two senators, while fining one of the two for violations of the Senate’s administrative policies regarding official duties.

March 21, 2013

Club team proves volleyball not just for women

Geoffrey Snyder doesn’t believe in the idea that volleyball is just for women, even though most high schools and colleges offer it as a varsity sport only to women. As a member of the UW-River Falls men’s club volleyball team, Snyder doesn’t see the sport as favoring one gender over the other.