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Reading Across Campus features discussions of Du Bois classic book

Even though W.E.B. Du Bois wrote “The Souls of Black Folk: Essays and Sketches” in 1903, the book is still relevant today.

Transfer student receives scholarship from national honor society

Fitting in and making friends on a campus with thousands of students can be a challenging aspect of going to college.

International Mother Language Day Celebration Feb. 20

Korean, Farsi, Greek, Tamil, Tajik.

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Reading Across Campus features discussions of Du Bois classic book

Even though W.E.B. Du Bois wrote “The Souls of Black Folk: Essays and Sketches” in 1903, the book is still relevant today.

Larrabee receives February University Staff Appreciation Award

Barb Larrabee has received the University Staff Employee Appreciation Award for February at the University of Wisconsin-Stout.

Winter course in Mexico gives students special experiences

For Heidi Fliehs, an enduring memory will be working one-on-one with excited Mexican schoolchildren.

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High school students bring culinary skills to Recipe for Excellence

Amery High School sophomore Reese Benware loves the adrenaline rush of culinary competitions.

Culinary competition Feb. 13 to test high school students

High school students interested in the culinary fields are going to see if they can stand the heat in Recipe for Excellence, an “Iron Chef”-style contest at Uni

Construction team third in nation; homebuilders group adds support

A construction program team from University of Wisconsin-Stout was determined to make the top five awards podium at a national competition.

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Winter course in Mexico gives students special experiences

For Heidi Fliehs, an enduring memory will be working one-on-one with excited Mexican schoolchildren.

Transfer student receives scholarship from national honor society

Fitting in and making friends on a campus with thousands of students can be a challenging aspect of going to college.

Research-based marijuana posters ask students to think before using

Abbi Schlueter was surprised when she saw the statistic: UW-Stout students think that 88% of their peers are using marijuana, but the real number is far lower.