New UW-L residence hall public meeting set for July 14

pub_not_july2A public meeting to present the Final Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) for UW-L’s new residence hall project will be held at 5:30 p.m. Tuesday, July 14, in Port O’ Call, Cartwright Center-Gunning Addition. Representatives of UW-L, Residence Life, UW System ...

Freedom Fest honors veterans

vetride A motorcycle rally at Veterans Hall of Honor at the Veterans Memorial Sports Complex at UW-L followed by a Michael Martin Murphy performance brought many Freedom Fest participants to campus June 20. Other Freedom Fest events were concerts by The ...

UW-L’s John Ready exhibiting artwork on Milwaukee’s RiverWalk

ready1ready3Visitors to Milwaukee’s RiverWalk are getting a close-up look at large, over-sized decorative jewelry created by UW-L Art Gallery Director John Ready. Ready, who began his art career as a jeweler but has changed his focus to sculpting, began installing ...

Web cam photographing Centennial Hall construction

webcamThanks to Educational Technologies/Information Technology Services and the Budget and Finance Office views of the construction of Centennial Hall are available live via Web cam. “We hope the Web stream can be used to increase our rich media on UW-L’s ...

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 ...