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Samantha Mayberry

Samantha Mayberry is a junior and is majoring in journalism. She is from Rochester, Minn., and loves to read, listen to music and take pictures.

March 7, 2013

Pulitzer Prize winner to speak about immigration

The Helen Wyman Performing Arts and Speaker Series at UW-River Falls will be hosting a free event with speaker Jose Vargas presenting “How Do We Define American?”

February 28, 2013

Gender neutral housing possibility for UWRF

UW-La Crosse has passed a rule to allow gender-neutral suite-style housing starting next fall and UW-River Falls is taking steps to follow in that direction as well.

February 21, 2013

Wellness Challenge to promote healthy lifestyle

Student Health and Counseling Services is continuing its annual campus-wide Wellness Challenge. This program is for students and faculty to promote healthy lifestyles from Feb. 18 to March 17.

February 14, 2013

Proposed budgets from 11 committees to go before Student Senate

The Facilities and Fees Board (F & F) at UW-River Falls will be meeting to discuss and approve the budgets of 11 campus departments.

February 7, 2013

Affordability No. 1 reason for choosing a university

UW-River Falls has approximately 6,551 students on campus and, according to statistics, a deciding factor on what college a student decides to attend can be tuition cost.

December 13, 2012

New graduates prepare for life after college

UW-River Falls is expecting 479 students to graduate this fall and with the United States in a recession, concerns about life after college may start to surface.

December 6, 2012

Final challenge: conquer finals stress

UW-River Falls’ final exam schedule begins on Monday, Dec. 17, and the stress is already making its way to students.

November 29, 2012

AFAB starts year with high demands of low money pool

Sixty-five organizations on the UW-River Falls campus have applied for an annual budget with the Allocable Fees Appropriation Board (AFAB), but with a limit on funds, not all will be accepted.

November 29, 2012

Grant helps students study in Japan

UW-River Falls has received a $46,000 grant toward the Japan Study Tour that will impact 15 students choosing to study abroad in Japan.

November 15, 2012

IceCube project brings students to South Pole

UW-River Falls has teamed up with UW-Madison and 38 other institutions to create the world’s largest and most innovative telescope using data from the ice in the South Pole.