UW-L international students have $7.7 million impact locally

That’s the largest impact of western Wisconsin’s eight higher ed institutions. International students attending the University of Wisconsin-La Crosse in 2008-09 contributed just over $7.7 million to the local economy according to NAFSA:?The Association of International Educators. That’s the largest ...

UW-L wins Alumni Cup — again

Both the UW-L men’s and women’s teams won Tuesday night’s 2009 Alumni Cup basketball games against the Viterbo University V-hawks at R.W. Beggs Gymnasium at Viterbo University. The men’s game was the 21th Annual Alumni Cup between the two rivals. ...

Swinging Yuletide planned for UW-La Crosse

This annual concert jazzes up holiday favorites. An upbeat performance of big band and vocal jazz holiday favorites is once again planned at UW-La Crosse. The Great River Big Band will join the UW-L instrumental and vocal jazz ensembles, along ...

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-L communication studies students. The 11th annual Coulee Region ...

Students vote to increase fees, save programs online

By KJ LANG | La Crosse Tribune | Nov. 19, 2009 A vast majority of UW-L students voted Wednesday to pay more tuition to save certain student programs and 11 campus positions. Students now annually pay a $60 “academic initiatives” ...