TV telethon to support Coulee Region Humane Society

It’s the 11th year UW-L students will help raise funds Dogs, cats and other animals at the Coulee Region Humane Society will benefit from an upcoming live TV telethon produced by UW-La Crosse communication studies students. The 11th annual Coulee ...

UW-L grad injured in Fort Hood shootings

Grant Moxon, who graduated from UW-L in 2008, was among those injured in Thursday’s shooting at Fort Hood. Moxon, 23, is a mental health specialist with the Army Reserve and has a psychology degree from UW-L. Moxon, who was shot ...

UW-L theatre to perform “Frozen”

UW-L’s Department of Theatre Arts continues its 2009-10 season with the drama “Frozen,” an examination of acceptance and forgiveness after a tragedy. Performances begin at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday-Saturday, Nov. 11-14, and 2 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 15, in Frederick Theatre in ...

Lama Ole Nydahl to speak at UW-L

He’s credited with establishing hundreds of Buddhist centers worldwide A man credited with being a major driving force in bringing Buddhism to the West will speak at UW-L. Lama Ole Nydahl, one of the few Westerners who serves as a ...

New campus master calendar

UW-L has also incorporated a new interactive Web-based master calendar system to centralize information and streamline finding and submitting events. The centralized calendar of events not only provides date, time and location, but also displays a detailed event description, directions ...

UW-L home page gets new look and added features

UW-L’s home page (www.uwlax.edu) has a new look and added features to make it more user-friendly and informative for Web site visitors. The updated home page features banner images that can be tailored to highlight specific campus news, events and ...