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Mary Mulvaney-Kemp (left) in front of RedLou Library, a mobile library she created to serve Viroqua-area residents. Mulvaney-Kemp, ’82, hopes the library will create more equal access to reading materials in the community. 'A novel idea' Posted 7:06 a.m. Tuesday, Sept. 6, 2022 Alum starts mobile library serving Viroqua Read more about 'A novel idea' On Oct. 3, UWL will dedicate its Center for the Arts to Truman Lowe, ’69, a world-renowned artist, educator and art curator. The event will feature comments from Lowe’s friends and family, a traditional Ho-Chunk blessing, and an unveiling of the new signage. Celebrating a life in art Posted 7:05 a.m. Tuesday, Sept. 6, 2022 UWL to dedicate arts building to Truman Lowe Oct. 3 Read more about Celebrating a life in art UWL’s annual day of giving has a new name and a new date. One Day for UWL will kick off Oct. 18 — a chance for UWL alumni, friends and employees to show their school spirit by supporting a variety of campus causes. One Day for UWL Posted 7:04 a.m. Tuesday, Sept. 6, 2022 UWL’s overhauled giving day set for Oct. 18 Read more about One Day for UWL Ryan Sands, ’15, says UWL has begun partnering with J.F. Brennan in La Crosse to help students receive specific skills making them job-ready. “This should build networking with local employers and provide training on potential career fields for future students,” he says. River research Posted 7:03 a.m. Tuesday, Sept. 6, 2022 Alumni making La Crosse, Wisconsin work Read more about River research The UW-La Crosse Alumni Association will recognize five distinguished alumni Sept. 16 and 17. UWL’s distinguished alumni to be honored Posted 7:02 a.m. Tuesday, Sept. 6, 2022 Events scheduled for Sept. 16, 17 Read more about UWL’s distinguished alumni to be honored Jeff Eide, ’88, is the executive director of the Wisconsin Rural Schools Alliance, an organization composed of more than 170 public schools and 240 members across the state. The Alliance advocates for rural schools and communities on an array of issues. A voice for rural schools Posted 7:01 a.m. Tuesday, Sept. 6, 2022 Alum Jeff Eide starts leadership role with statewide alliance Read more about A voice for rural schools Jeff, ’81, and Sara (Schoenknecht) ’82, Kessler credit UWL for meeting each other, marrying and raising two great daughters. Membership list Posted 7 a.m. Tuesday, Sept. 6, 2022 Meet a fellow UWL Alumni Association member Read more about Membership list Andrew Ericson, a May 2022 graduate, was recently named UWL's first sustainability program manager. “I’m very excited to be here, but more broadly, I think the creation of this position is an excellent step for the university, Sustainability starter Posted 4 p.m. Friday, July 29, 2022 Alum Andrew Ericson hopes to engage campus in new role Read more about Sustainability starter A sun sets over Hoeschler Tower. A farewell in photos Posted noon Friday, July 29, 2022 UWL alum reflects on six years as university photographer Read more about A farewell in photos Delanie Johnson, a senior majoring in public health and community health education, says a Multicultural Student Scholarship was critical to her ability to pursue a college degree at UWL. The scholarship fund is supported by the Student Affairs and Diversity & Inclusion annual golf outing. Opening doors, unlocking futures Posted 8 a.m. Monday, July 25, 2022 Scholarships help multicultural students pursue their passions Read more about Opening doors, unlocking futures

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