The percentage of UW-L students of color has increased steadily over the last 10 years. That’s in part due to some long-range planning by UW-L Admissions.
Ryan Perroy, UW-L assistant professor of geography, uses his GPS to find the next spot in the marsh with an elevated lead concentration. The dirt on UW-L geography: much more than maps Geography isn’t just the study of where cities ...
Kazumi Hara came to UW-La Crosse with two English words: thank you and sorry. The Japanese international student could convey she was polite, but not much more than that.
Professional artists from around the country will display sculpture, jewelry, photography, woodwork and more during the 53rd annual Art Fair on the Green at UW-La Crosse.
The health section of the New York Times mentions a study conducted by UW-L exercise physiologists on whether toning shoes work.
Two new student representatives were appointed to the UW System Board of Regents. One representative, Katie Pointer, of De Pere, Wis., is a former UW-La Crosse student.