Do you remember your days on campus? Today’s students want a great education, to meet new friends, and to — like you — always be a part of “The La Crosse Experience.”
A Lantern. It has been a symbol for UW-L alumni for more than 80 years. Now, it’s the name of our university’s alumni publication and online newsletter. In addition to the name change and redesign of the magazine and newsletter, the Alumni Association has updated its lantern logo.
Two UW-L alums donated five, UW-L football-themed commercials to the university. The commercials, valued at $250,000, will remind students of the legacy of the school and help recruit outstanding athletes. Watch the videos here.
Big. Warm. Fuzzy. That sums up the feeling UW-L Alumni Band Member Kris Cvikota gets as she marches during the Oktoberfest Maple Leaf Parade. “You’ve never seen so many people so happy to see you,” says Cvikota, ’90, of La…
The Holmen Area Rotary Club started a partnership with the La Molina Vieja, a Rotary Club in Lima, to bring water filters to Peruvian families who live along the river. UW-L Alum Dean McHugh, ’89, a member and past president of Holmen Rotary, recalls visiting the project.
Campus has changed a lot since Ruth (Beaver) Kramer was a student from 1931-32. But when she returned in August, she saw some familiar names. Kramer, an Ontario, Wis., native, was visiting campus to retrieve transcripts from when she was an elementary education major nine decades ago.
UW-La Crosse’s Centennial Hall was dedicated on Wednesday, Aug. 31 after UW-L Chancellor Joe Gow’s annual All University Address. On Sept. 6 students will fill the 5,000 seats of the new academic building, marking the start of school and a new era of education at UW-L.