Chancellor Joe Gow thanked approximately 120 UW-L donors at a reception July 22 in the Veterans Memorial Stadium Hall of Honor. With ever-tightening state budgets, the generosity of donors is increasingly imperative to maintaining the excellence UW-L has traditionally provided, says Gow.
UW-L students are helping area youth with their motor skills and more in Buddy Baseball this summer.
Student researchers say freshwater mussels, important to the health of the Mississippi River, could be threatened by rising temperatures.
Donations are needed for kids and young adults, ages 0-20, and will be collected at the YMCA - La Crosse branch now through Aug. 27.
Homes removed to make way for new parking ramp Crews started tearing down two vacant homes on 17th and La Crosse streets Thursday to make way for a new parking ramp and police station at UW-La Crosse. Music on the ...
A garden in the backyard of the Mississippi Valley Archaeology Center at UW-L is a growing opportunity to learn about Native American plants, tools and more.