Myles, Knoble, a senior at Logan High School, is in remission from stage four Hodgkin’s Lymphoma. Diagnosed in March of 2016, he underwent five rounds of chemotherapy before going into remission in June. 2016 is the second... Read More »
The New Student Union offers countless new venues, hang-out spots, food services, entertainment outlets, study spaces, offices and much, much more.
By the numbers, The Union, yet to be named, has 5 fireplaces, 3 primary... Read More »
Students learned about international wellness, and also became more educated on how to keep themselves healthy during finals and flu season.
On Tuesday at Cultural Coffee Hour, a monthly event put on by the... Read More »
The Milwaukee Bucks have been a doormat in the National Basketball Association for the majority of their existence, but all of that will change in the next few seasons. National sports media attention, Milwaukee is often... Read More »
Sports are not above ethics
College sports are an integral part of American culture; million dollar programs and countless droves of dedicated fans every Saturday have culminated in a booming industry with no signs of... Read More »
The UW-La Crosse Women’s Basketball began head coach Kara Middleton’s tenure with a tough win against Luther College. The game started with a fast pace as senior Rachel Atchison stepped in front of a Luther pass and took... Read More »
UW-La Crosse has pledged to uphold Inclusive Excellence in order to better serve its students. The Diversity and Inclusion tab on the university website states, “Through the implementation of Inclusive Excellence, UW-La... Read More »
Myles, Knoble, a senior at Logan High School, is in remission from stage four Hodgkin’s Lymphoma. Diagnosed in March of 2016, he underwent five rounds of chemotherapy before going into remission in June.... Read More »