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UWRF celebrates LGBTQ history month

October 14, 2021

The entire month of October is National LGBTQ history month. From Oct. 1 through Oct. 31, a variety of events is taking place on campus to educate and honor UW-River Falls students and faculty about social justice, the LGBTQ community, and to raise awareness of these issues among the public. The goal of this month is to enhance public awareness of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and questioning and/or queer (LGBTQ) individuals, their history, lives, experiences, as well as their contributions to society. But also, it is concerned with ensuring that educational and other institutions are safe spaces for members of all LGBTQ populations. UWRF will celebrate LGBTQ history month by highlighting student leaders, staff, activities, and special events throughout the month.  

UWRF continues to offer A Chance to Focus on Race: Africa Night

February 26, 2021

Since early fall semester, UW-River Falls has been offering students many chances to Focus On Race. On Thursday, Feb. 25, students will get the chance to experience a night of art and culture from a continent across the sea.

Gender Sexuality Alliance hosts drag show during It's On Us week of action

November 2, 2016

UWRF Gender Sexuality Alliance (GSA) hosted a drag show in the University Center Falcons Nest, Friday, Oct. 28. Tips were encouraged and all proceeds were donated to St. Croix Valley Sexual Assault Response Team (SART). Performers were volunteer drag queens and students, including the UWRF Dance Theatre. The show was part of the It's On […]

Campus groups bring puppies, free food to campus, help students beat finals stress

May 4, 2016

UWRF Ag Day promotes awareness of agriculture among students and community members

April 20, 2016

Student Senate proposes low-cost, high-impact study abroad option for UWRF

February 10, 2016

UW-River Falls Student Senate has proposed a low-cost, high-impact study abroad option to increase the amount of students participating in international education and to help move the campus move toward becoming a more globalized institution.

Deadmau5 creates unforgettable night

November 4, 2010

I had high expectations when planning to go to Epic Nightclub. If a nightclub goes to the extent of naming themselves Epic, they sure better be. That said, the venue had a lot going for it since it managed to get one of the biggest disk jockey’s in the industry, Deadmau5, to come and play […]

Canadian group produces a variety of albums

May 7, 2010

The Canadian supergroup The New Pornographers seem to have the incredible knack for exploring new musical avenues, always crafting and reworking a mix of bouncy melodies and quirky hooks so that no album sounds exactly the same as their last. “Together,” the band’s fifth installment, is filled with psychedelic riffs, topsyturvy piano and all-around, multi-instrumentalist […]

Over the past academic year, Minnesota sports have entertained

May 5, 2010

Another school year is coming quickly to a close. But over the course of the year there have been many memorable moments in the world of Minnesota sports. But where do I begin?  During the first week of September the Minnesota Twins were seven games out of the division lead.  A few days later, they […]

Student Senate to redo presidential election

April 29, 2010

The election for Student Senate president has been overturned and a new election will need to take place. The candidates who will be on the ticket are Nikki Shonoiki and Lee Monson, and voting should hopefully occur finals week, according to Associate Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs Gregg Heinselman. Candidate Tyler Latz had won the […]

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

Isabella Forliti


Brooke Shepherd

Assistant Editor

Taylor Kiel

Business Manager

Brennen Hautzinger


Ryan Huling


Charlie Swanson