Student Voice


November 28, 2022



Tennae Maki

05 May 2011

UWRF expecting tuition increase

Students attending UW-River Falls and all other UW-System schools could be expecting another tuition increase for the 2011-2012 academic year.

28 Apr 2011

AFAB explores funding allocation changes

Dues charging student organizations, including fraternities and sororities at UW-River Falls might have the opportunity to request funds in the same way as all other student organizations in the near future.

28 Apr 2011

Graduation pledge promotes values

A series of student organizations and departments at UW-River Falls have been joining together to encourage graduating seniors to sign the Graduation Pledge of Alliance. This is an international pledge that was founded in 1987 by Humboldt State University. Since […]

21 Apr 2011

South Forks breaks ground on new suite

With the construction of the South Fork Suites II underway, UW-River Falls’s Student Senate continues to oppose the administration’s and UW-System’s sophomore on-campus living requirement.

14 Apr 2011

Friends remember Kersten Greene

UW-River Falls freshman, Kersten Greene, 19, who was found dead in her dorm room in Prucha Hall April 7, has been described by her former dorm mate, Alyssa Shelton, as an incredible and amazing person.

14 Apr 2011

Art Department hosts student exhibition

Friday, April 15, is the opening day for the UW-River Falls Art Department’s historical and competitive Student Juried Exhibition in Gallery 101.

07 Apr 2011

Students elect Halverson, Goettl as new Senate leaders

After weeks of campaigning and 32 hours of open polls, the UW-River Falls Student Senate election process for the next academic year is over and students have a new president.

01 Apr 2011

A look at Student Senate candidates

The UW-River Falls Student Senate candidates for the 2011-2012 academic year have identified themselves and the official list has been presented. These candidates have started campaigns for the general elections, which will be held from April 4 at 8 a.m. and will close on April 5 at 4 p.m.

24 Mar 2011

Pell changes could spell more debt for students

When Kaitlin Zander was growing up on her family farm near Cross Plains, Wis., she said her family struggled financially. Zander said there was a serious shortage of large animal veterinarians at the farm during her childhood and adolescence, and she always dreamed of doing something about it.

10 Mar 2011

Biennial budget puts University in bind

Gov. Scott Walker’s 2011-2013 UW- System biennial budget proposal has left UW-River Falls administration, faculty, and students concerned about the future of some academic programs.

Tennae Maki