Fox clubs interested in renovating hazardous nature study area

The nature study area in the southwest corner of the campus has become an overgrown and unkempt plot of land that has been largely...

Spring 2018 course cuts signal difficulties for students, instructors

The recovery of three would-be-canceled classes was a bright spot in the 103-credit alteration to the UW-Fox’s spring 2018 course selections, wherein a number...

Summer issue of UW-Fox Valley literary journal published

The summer 2016 issue of The Cyclone Muse has just been published on campus and copies are now available on the 1800 wing’s bookshelves,...

Local indie film “From the Furnace” led by UW-Fox alumni

UW-Fox alumni Isaac Stitt and Caleb Jablonicky took what they learned on campus and applied it to the making of From the Furnace, a...

Parking shortage causes commuting difficulties

Parking shortages at UW-Fox have caused issues for students trying to find a spot before class in the mornings. “If you get here before the...

“Minerals of Minecraft” a rock-solid success

Weis Earth Science Museum (WESM) offers down-to-earth fun for students and geology enthusiasts.  The latest buzz around WESM is its new exhibit “Minerals of...

Spotlight: jazz ensemble challenges beginner and experienced musicians

  The UW-Fox jazz band took over Perry Hall Dec. 4, playing several blues and jazz tunes free of charge to patrons. Off the stage,...

Student Government updates for March 2017

The UW-Fox Valley Student Government is in charge of allocating up to $280,000 to student clubs and organization annually. It meets every Tuesday at...

Voters practice democracy at UW-Fox

                At 10 a.m. April 25, the polls opened for selecting the next round of candidates into Student Government at UW-Fox. This year’s available seats...

Performers find opportunities through ballet

Dancers from the Makaroff Youth Ballet, a local nonprofit ballet company, took the stage as a part of their annual spring concert, held in...