Student Voice


November 28, 2022



Ashley Hall

20 Sep 2012

Students appointed to Chancellorʼs Task Force for tobacco free campus

Appointing members for the Chancellor’s Task Force is on the agenda for UW-River Falls faculty and staff regarding the tobacco policy on campus.

04 May 2012

Cascade project expected to finish early

The Cascade project is ahead of schedule and is expected to be complete by the middle of September, according to UW-River Falls and city officials. The hope is for the street to be complete by mid-September officials said. The weather is permitting construction to remain on task and even ahead of schedule.

27 Apr 2012

Donation to CHILD Center gives music to children

Children at the C.H.I.L.D Center and University Preschool at UW-River Falls are benefitting from a large donation of money for the purchase of new instruments for advanced learning.

27 Apr 2012

Union suggests campus changes

The UW-River Falls Faculty Union wants to improve the campus climate in regards to budget cuts, lowered morale, hired staff and faculty along with an increase in class size.

20 Apr 2012

ROTC offers opportunities beyond education

For the 30 students who are involved in the Army Reserve Officers’ Training Corps (ROTC) at UW-River Falls, being a part of the program has more to it besides earning a degree.

20 Apr 2012

Lydecker inspires lectures

In the memory of late UW-River Falls Chancellor Ann Lydecker, a lecture series will be held to continue her work towards the advancement of women through education.

13 Apr 2012

UWRF to choose design team for Falcon Center

The Falcon Center for Health, Education and Wellness is in the beginning stages of development for the UW-River Falls campus and the students that will be using the facility.

06 Apr 2012

Students learn to network for the future at social event

A small group of UW-River Falls students recently got a crash course in how to behave in the business world, from the right way to shake hands to lessons in working a room.

30 Mar 2012

Primaries set for Tuesday

Next week’s Republican presidential primary in Wisconsin is important for young people, say several UW-River Falls students and a political science professor.

23 Mar 2012

Earth beginning to run out of non-renewable energy resource

News flash -- the helium on planet Earth is now “dust in the wind,” figuratively speaking.

Ashley Hall

Ashley Hall is a senior majoring in journalism. She is a huge Boston sports fan; the Celtics are her favorite.