Student Voice


November 28, 2022



Sally King

20 Apr 2012

Jury finds Barnett not guilty in sexual assault case

After deliberating for 10 hours the jury in the Thomas W. Barnett case came to a verdict at 10:40 a.m. Saturday, finding the UWRiver Falls music professor not guilty of second-degree sexual assault and false imprisonment.

05 May 2011

Dairy science team garners recognition

The UW-River Falls dairy science team took platinum in the 10th annual North American Intercollegiate Dairy Challenge in Hickory, NC.

28 Apr 2011

Campus launches new marketing campaign

A new marketing campaign is being launched to gain public awareness of UW- River Falls and will start in May and go through the end of fall semester.

21 Apr 2011

Campus comes together for Unity

The 18th annual Unity in the Community event happened April 20 to celebrate diversity in the River Falls community.

14 Apr 2011

WinField expands student opportunities

UWRF students have helped develop new products for WinField solutions which currently leases land on the UW–River Falls Mann Valley Lab Farm.

07 Apr 2011

Senior music majors prepare for recitals

Music students at UW-River Falls are required to perform a recital during their senior year, and begin preparing for them at the start of their freshman year.

01 Apr 2011

Assistant professor, students participates in national rose research project

Assistant Professor of Plant and Earth Science David Zlesak, who has been intrigued with breeding roses since he was 13 years old, is the Northern Earth-Kind Rose Trial coordinator for UW-River Falls.

24 Mar 2011

Bowls For Hope provides aid for needy families

The 2011 Bowls For Hope, a way to help support the Kinnickinnic Backpack Program, took place on campus on March 22 in the University Center’s Riverview Ballroom.

10 Mar 2011

Women's history month brings events to campus

In honor of Women’s History Month, the Womens and Gender Committee at UW-River Falls will be hosting events this month around the theme.

03 Mar 2011

J-term India trip enlightens both students and professors

A J-term study abroad trip to India provided the opportunity for students in the College of Agriculture, Food and Environmental Science to experience the agricultural process in India.

Sally King