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River Falls Days 2019 to go without carnival

May 8, 2019

River Falls Days is an annual summer event that brings together the community of Pierce and St. Croix counties. Every year the event has notable activities for families and adults, but this year, River Falls Days will not be having a carnival.

Kleinpell Fine Arts building expects new media lab by Fall 2020     

May 8, 2019

In the next year, the first floor of Kleinpell Fine Arts will be seeing some major changes. A taskforce has been commissioned to plan a new media lab in KFA 112 and 113. The lab will include modern amenities such as smart technologies, a teaching space, a new equipment check-out center, a green room, a recording space and a collaboration station.

Workshop examines issues faced by transgender community

May 8, 2019

“Growing Up Transgender,” a workshop to help participants understand the intricacies of the transgender community, will take place June 12 in River Falls.

Colt Sale caps season of learning, training for UWRF students

May 8, 2019

More than four dozen horses trained by UW-River Falls students were sold at auction during the 43rd annual Colt Sale held Saturday, May 4, at the UWRF Campus Farm 1.

Awareness of cultural appropriation grows

May 8, 2019

The use of the term “spirit animal” became an internet trend a little over a decade ago, and has now become widely used in popular culture. This normalization has contributed to the cultural appropriation of the Native American community.

Faculty meet to discuss liberal arts academic future at RLA event

May 8, 2019

The Reimagining the Liberal Arts initiative has been an ongoing project in the College of Arts and Sciences throughout the 2018-2019 academic year. A few panels have been hosted, featuring current UW-River Falls students and alumni speaking on the importance of a liberal arts education after college.

Comic Con returns this summer

May 8, 2019

Summer is fast approaching, which to many means that it’s time to hit up the local convention, or con as it is commonly referred to as.

New initiative plans to facilitate global engagement

May 8, 2019

In July of 2019, a newly funded program to help stimulate more global engagement will begin at the UW-River Falls campus.

Student Government elects a new president

May 7, 2019

Student Government Association (SGA) held elections for new leadership positions from April 16 to April 18. Elections determined who would fill the spots on SGA for the upcoming year.

River Falls Days 2019 to go without carnival

May 7, 2019

River Falls Days is an annual summer event that brings together the community of Pierce and St. Croix counties. Every year the event has notable activities for families and adults, but this year, River Falls Days will not be having a carnival.

Students learn to train service animals

May 7, 2019

The UW-River Falls Assistance Dog Education Program and Training (ADEPT) is a program where student interns learn how to train service dogs.

YouTube, survey finds, is for fun, news and learning how to do stuff

April 17, 2019

YouTube has been a social and entertainment phenomenon since it began 2005. But according to a recent Pew Research Center survey, just over half of adults use it to learn how to do stuff.

Here is this semester's Student Voice staff. Click on a name to see what the staff member has written.

Brooke Shepherd

Editor

Theo Tollefson

Assistant Editor

Brett Davison

General Manager

Owen Elle

Reporter

Dawson Flaherty

Reporter

Reagan Hoverman

Reporter

Kacey Joslin

Reporter

Monica Marsh

Reporter

Ty Perelman

Reporter

Melissa Thorud

Reporter