MVAC hosts lecture on the rising trend of artifact trafficking

Every year, millions, if not billions of dollars’ worth of protected artifacts change hands in the underground world of illegal artifact trafficking and fraudulent misrepresentation of Native American arts and crafts. The rising tide of trafficking and misrepresentation threatens to ...

UW-L Athletics

Jason ChurchUW-L Alum Jason Church,’ 11, a political science major, played football at UW-L. Alum to receive purple heart at UW-L’s Nov. 10 football game A UW-La Crosse alum who sustained serious injuries while serving in Afghanistan will be awarded the ...

Get trotting!

Runners in 2011 Turkey TrotLast year 2,200 runners, walkers and junior gobblers participated in the UW-L Turkey Trot. Register now for Annual Turkey Trot Nov. 17 UW-La Crosse Rec Sports is again incorporating health and wellness into a fun holiday tradition. People from near ...

Impact of social media is topic of Oct. 29 lecture

Photo of rally at Wisconsin Capitol. Protesters rallied in Madison at the Capitol March 12, 2011, in protests surrounding collective bargaining. Photo by Jim Jorstad.   The tools and strategies of using social media in politics have reached new levels of sophistication. Social media, such as  ...

The buzz: professor explores where insects, dreams and art intersect

UW-L Professor Barrett Klein Barrett Klein is a UW-L assistant professor of Biology, animal behaviorist and entomologist. Klein is particularly interested in social insects such as bees, wasps and ants, which exhibit qualities such as parental care and a division of labor. Insects drive ...