Fences up. Demolition to begin.

constructionThe fences are up and Baird, Trowbridge (pictured) and Wilder halls will be demolished this month. Construction of “Centennial Hall,” UW-L’s new academic building, will begin in July, with completion in summer 2011. Occupancy is slated for the beginning of ...

UW-L archaeology, anthropology students conducting research in Bolivia

boliviagroup Nine UW-L archaeology and anthropology students are conducting research in Cochabamba, Bolivia. Christine Hippert and Tim McAndrews, both sociology/archaeology, are directing the research in their joint six-credit class, ARC 402 Field Methods. Students are uncovering prehistoric cultural remains spanning nearly ...

Tribute to Outstanding Women Award nominees sought

UW-L’s Organization for Campus Women Nominating Committee seeks nominations for this year’s YWCA Tribute to Outstanding Women Award. The award recognizes and honors women from the Coulee Region who have demonstrated qualities of outstanding leadership and excellence in their professional ...

Concert Choir performs in, tours Ireland

Forty members of UW-L’s Concert Choir completed an 11-day performance tour in Ireland at the end of May. The students, along with four “companions” and conductor UW-L Professor Gary Walth, began the tour May 18 with a flight from Chicago ...