February 24, 2011
The first theater production of the semester, “The Shape of Things” by Neil Lubute, is opening this weekend and the director Meg Swanson, who has been a part of UW-River Falls Theater since 1980, is getting ready to retire this year.
February 17, 2011
UW-River Falls is getting ready to launch its first fundraising campaign, seeking donations to support the university. “This will be our first comprehensive fundraising campaign in the university’s history. Charitable support from alumni and friends is becoming more and more important to our future,” said Chancellor Dean Van Galen.
February 10, 2011
The UW-River Falls track and field team has began with a promising start at their first meets so far in their indoor season.
February 3, 2011
The Division of Technology Services (DoTS) data center was scheduled to move over winter break; however, due to a few mishaps, the move will have to be delayed until spring break.
December 9, 2010
Anthony Holt is a new voice instructor who has been teaching in the Music department this fall semester. Holt has an extensive musical background.
December 2, 2010
Residence Assistant staff selection has started, and students have begun the first part of the sign up process. “All they have to do is answer a few questions and tell us a little bit about themselves, their qualifications and stuff like that,” said Assistant Director for the Department of Residence Life Kristie Feist.
November 18, 2010
The Veterans Club has been working hard to get people to donate to the troops overseas. From students to faculty, people have been contributing towards the Veterans Club drive.
November 10, 2010
Sodexo serves about 25,000 meals each week. They have been working on a new program called Lean Path to reduce waste at UW-River Falls.
November 4, 2010
The UW-River Falls received about $1 million from the State of Wisconsin for the renovation of four classrooms around the university.
October 21, 2010
With elections coming up Nov. 2, student organizations on campus have been busy preparing despite a lack of a key election-planning official on Student Senate.