Learn about feeling plotzed and measuring time in Keanu Reeves’s movie years from the women of Ope! Publishing, La Crosse’s DIY purveyor of artful zines.
Speakers at a forum on the School Resource Officer program asked whether other professionals could take over much of the work now performed by police.
All classes have been canceled Monday and Tuesday but will resume virtually on Wednesday, chancellor Joe Gow has announced.
“Realize the hoax that’s been pulled on the entire world,” Father James Altman told his parishioners on Sunday.
VARC’s former CEO Anthony Ugo was paid over $1 million in 2016 by the charity, which employs workers with disabilities on subminimum wages.
Demonstrators outside the Pence event in La Crosse turned their protest into an opportunity to hear the voices of local activists.
Here is a day to lean and loaf and ponder that word that consumes so much of our lives: work.
The CDC’s new eviction moratorium is welcome, but without a program for rent relief it could lead to a wave of evictions in January.
The students are worried adequate safeguards have not been put in place to prevent a large covid outbreak as thousands return to campus.
Student workers at UWL announced they were taking strike action on Thursday, with a rally planned for Friday.