What do a banker, lawyer, special education teacher, insurance agent, Web designer and a law school student have in common? They’ve all chosen to serve their alma mater.
Two new buildings will open on your old UW-La Crosse stomping grounds this fall: Centennial Hall, the new academic building, and Eagle Hall, a residence hall.
Although Elvis doesn’t always make the attendance list, reunions are a great way to connect with people from your past.
Calling all UW-L Delta Zetas!
It’s been 50 years since the DZ’s chartered on UW-L’s campus, and it’s time to celebrate. A reunion weekend is planned Aug. 5- 7, 2011, in La Crosse. Don’t miss this opportunity to reunite with your sisters.
Make plans to play in the 2011 UW-L Alumni & Friends Golf Outing Wednesday, Aug. 10, at Cedar Creek Golf Club in Onalaska. This is an 18-hole, five-person team flighted scramble. Registration is $125 per person ($150 after July 29) and includes much more than golf.
Fifteen UW-L alums met to network Monday, June 13, at Dooley’s in Rochester, Minn. View photos from the event.
Lacrosse is making a come back in the City of La Crosse and two UW-La Crosse Alumni are part of the reason.
Keith Weaver, ‘05, and Chris Bell, ‘06, are head coach and assistant coach respectively of a new lacrosse team, La Crosse Lightning, representing students from seven area high schools.
“It’s rewarding to teach this next generation of kids and grow that same passion that I feel for the game,” says Weaver.