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Caleb Stevens

11 Dec 2008

Miscommunication causes changes in Senate

The Shared Governance committee appointed a new chair to the subcommittee in charge of the budget for all student organizations after the former chair resigned due to a communication breakdown in Student Senate. Junior Theta Chi member Joshua Brock was […]

04 Dec 2008

Men’s basketball evens out record with back-to-back wins

After a rough start, the UW-River Falls men’s basketball team evened its record to 3-3 with back-to-back wins over Sioux Falls and Viterbo as they head into their conference schedule Saturday against UW-Oshkosh. “I think we all know we maybe […]

20 Nov 2008

Deer hunting parties diminish, traditions continue with strength

We all know what’s going on this weekend. If you have no idea what I’m talking about then I truly am sorry, there is no hope for you. This weekend will be the 11th installment of Deer Camp in my […]

20 Nov 2008

Campus newspaper delivers information, provides opportunity

At 10 p.m. Wednesday night some students are busy relaxing, while others are celebrating a successful hump day at the bar. But for a small group of students in North Hall room 304, there is not time to relax as […]

13 Nov 2008

Stagnant locals supported by Facebook

I have devoted the majority of my post-high school life to fighting one key concept. Post High School humans can be grouped into two large groups. The first, the “mover-onners” are people who, for the most part, go to college, […]

06 Nov 2008

Hunting for jobs is no easy battle

A funny thing happened to me the other day, and I imagine I’m not the only one of my kind. I’ve been a bit introspective lately, listening to Harry Chapin and Coldplay rather than Kings of Leon and Jet. If […]

06 Nov 2008

Economic troubles mean fewer loans for UWRF students

The financial crisis is causing a significant reduction in loan programs at UW-River Falls as enrollment is on the rise and many talented new students come to campus. What has always made UWRF attractive to potential students—affordable tuition, proximity in […]

23 Oct 2008

Politicians open mouths, lose credibility, risk votes

I am in fact a fraud. It is factually correct that I previously stated that I would not write another column subjecting innocent readers to my “radical” conservative views. I must prove that statement to be a lie, by writing […]

16 Oct 2008

Reality gets derailed by personal fantasies

Sometimes a person anticipates an important moment in their life for a long enough time to develop a perception of how that moment will take place. For example you sit in class in high school for four long years awaiting […]

09 Oct 2008

UWRF professors weigh in on economic bailout

The U.S. Senate passed a revised version of the $700 billion bailout Oct. 1 in an effort to alleviate financial burdens that bad mortgages have placed on banks. “The purpose of this [bill] isn’t to bail out Wall Street,” UW-River […]

Caleb Stevens

Caleb Stevens is a student at UW-River Falls.