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July 22, 2024

ROTC students take on second Bataan March

April 22, 2024

  For 13 students and two instructors in UW-River Falls’ Reserve Officer Training Corps, or ROTC, program, Spring Break was a much different experience than for most others at the university. The team spent the beginning of their break traversing […]

UWRF women’s hockey succeeds in national championship

April 22, 2024

The UW-River Falls women’s hockey team won its first national championship on March 17, 2024. After completing a perfect 31-0 season, the Falcons achieved the highest honor in NCAA Division III women’s hockey in a 4-1 victory over Elmira College.  […]

UW President speaks at civil discourse event

April 22, 2024

  Universities of Wisconsin President Jay Rothman spoke at a civil discourse event hosted by the Student Government Association, or SGA, on Mar. 12 at UW-River Falls’ University Center. Rothman discussed the necessity of First Amendment freedoms and civil discussion […]

Deloitte Meeting Spring 2024

Editorial: UWRF financial report leaves more questions than answers

April 22, 2024

  The University of Wisconsin-River Falls finally released its anticipated University Financial Assessment on April 12, 2024, from a “third-party reviewer,” as the UW website states, which is Deloitte. Deloitte conducted its assessment from October to December 2023, and the […]

Sports

Samantha Hayek Sets Women’s Lacrosse Assists Record

May 7, 2024

Women’s lacrosse is a young program at UW-River Falls, debuting in 2019. However, the team has finished above .500 every season. Earlier this year, the program began its first season featuring conference matchups and conference playoffs. This change made the season more competitive for the Falcons and increased their need for offensive strength. 

UWRF women’s hockey succeeds in national championship

April 22, 2024

The UW-River Falls women’s hockey team won its first national championship on March 17, 2024. After completing a perfect 31-0 season, the Falcons achieved the highest honor in NCAA Division III women’s hockey in a 4-1 victory over Elmira College.  […]

Holly Eckers: Four years as a dual-sport athlete

April 22, 2024

Most student-athletes at UW-River Falls are members of one varsity program, but senior student Holly Eckers is an exception. She has been a member of both the women’s hockey and the women’s lacrosse teams since her freshman year.  While Eckers […]

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Taste of River Falls

Bring your appetite to 'Taste of River Falls' June 4

May 31, 2023

Taste of River Falls will happen on June 4 in Veterans Park from noon to 4 p.m. All profits will go to the local nonprofit organization Grow to Share.

Nur-D

UWRF Finals Fest set for end of April, to feature Nur-D

April 21, 2023

As the semester nears an end and summer approaches, so does UW-River Falls’ Finals Fest. The event is set for April 28, from 5:00 p.m. to 7:30 p.m., and will feature a pre-party on the University Center lawn, as well as a performance by hip-hop artist Nur-D.

Adrienne Quinlan and Corinna Brose

Stage and Screen Arts performs 'Alice in Wonderland'

April 21, 2023

UW-River Falls’ Stage and Screen Arts Productions presented an original adaptation of “Alice in Wonderland” in UW-River Falls’ Blanche Davis Theatre from March 30 to April 2.

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Editorial

Editorial: Women’s sports on the rise both locally and nationally

April 22, 2024

  It’s no secret that women’s sports have been receiving a lot of national attention recently. In the wake of the NCAAW college basketball tournament, names such as Caitlin Clark and Paige Bueckers are rife in American media and can […]

Student advocates for studying abroad

April 22, 2024

Before starting college one of my goals was to travel abroad for any length of time. I didn’t really care where I went, just that I wanted to do it. It seemed incredibly unrealistic and farfetched since at the time […]

Students take notice of improvements at UWRF Dining

April 4, 2024

For thousands of UW-River Falls students, just as a visit to Chalmer Davee Library, the University Center, or any of the UWRF’s other academic buildings, is a part of their daily routine, so too is a visit to Riverside Commons. […]