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Jennie Oemig

Jennie Oemig is a student at UW-River Falls.

May 3, 2007

Electronic advancements further impact the future of academia

Looking back on the past five weeks of the Expectations in Education series, I can’t help but wonder and attempt to predict what the future of academia holds at this institution. While racking my brain, my definitive assumption was that technology will play the most prominent role in shaping the future for UW-River Falls students. […]

February 15, 2007

Reorganization will bring efficiency

A few administrative staff members received title changes and gained more responsibilities this semester as part of the chancellor’s plan to meet the University’s goals and needs. A new position was also created in UW-River Falls’ senior leadership. “The reorganization will help us get more in line with the administration’s workload and will make us […]

February 8, 2007

A masterpiece 132 years in the making

Setting foot onto the main floor of the new University Center for the first time, students may notice the modern architecture as well as the retro-color schemes, the numerous flags from around the globe and wonder if they’re still on the UW-River Falls campus. Such bewilderment quickly subsides once in view of the mural of […]

February 8, 2007

Students get ready to party all night long

The second annual All Night Party will be held this Friday in Hunt Arena and Knowles Center beginning at 9:00 p.m., and will continue into the wee hours of Saturday morning. “The All Night Party was originally to try and keep students here on the weekends,” said Kia Amundson, a UW-River Falls senior and chair […]

February 1, 2007

Building becomes new stomping ground

As students were making the trek back to UW-River Falls on Jan. 21, preparing for the start of a new semester, the doors of the University Center were open for everyone to get their first glimpse of the building. During the open house, students were allowed to venture throughout the building, utilize the two-story game […]

October 19, 2006

Vandals take aim at vehicles

Article written by: Helen Clarke and Jennie Oemig Vehicle vandalism and small thefts have been on the rise on the UW-River Falls campus, leaving several students who park their vehicles in campus lots with hundreds of dollars in damage repairs. In the past three weeks, there have been 15 separate reports of vandalism and theft […]

September 28, 2006

Students elect new senators

Student Senate elections took place on Monday and Tuesday, with positions being filled for college representative for the College of Arts and Sciences (CAS), at-large senator and first-year representative. Michael Freedman, Rebecca Piene and Derek Brandt will fill three vacant seats on the Senate.

September 21, 2006

Street preachers condemn the sins of curious crowd

Two street preachers made their presence known last Wednesday as they stood in front of the Student Center advocating their religious beliefs, compelling students to listen and refute those statements.

September 21, 2006

RAs receive roommates

With limited housing available for the number of students seeking on-campus residence this semester, Residence Life officials turned hundreds of students away, filled temporary housing units and assigned some students to live with resident assistants (RAs).

April 6, 2006

Out of this world

After the sun had set and the day’s classes had concluded at UW-River Falls, students, staff and members of the community focused their gaze on the night sky during the physics department’s observatory viewing session on the third floor of Centennial Science Hall.