Final walking, biking plan proposed

Nate Beck, Chief Copy Editor

April 24, 2014

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The final version of a campus bike and pedestrian plan, introduced in a resolution to Student Senate Monday, features a path for cyclists, a no-wheels campus mall and a wired bike tracking program. Senate will vote on whether... Read more »

Senate approves plans for campus signs

Glen Olson, Staff Writer

April 16, 2014

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Student Senate approved  $27,495 in student fees to buy a site license for Visix, a software which regulates and manages digital signs on campus. Christian Paese, the information technology commission director, introduced... Read more »

Senate quickly approves renovation

Glen Olson, Staff Writer

April 9, 2014

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Student Senate voted unanimously Monday to approve $86,000 for the renovation of the 24-hour lab in the Old Library. Student Body President Bryan Larson said the improvements are part of continually working to attract students... Read more »

Orgs ask Senate for support

Nate Beck, Chief Copy Editor

April 2, 2014

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Student Senate will vote next week to spend a combined $1,900 toward out-of-town travel costs for two UW-Eau Claire business organizations. Senate will vote to pledge $1,600 toward Eau Claire DECA’s international competition... Read more »

Ride the sunlight

Nate Beck, Chief Copy Editor

March 27, 2014

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UW-Eau Claire will be a little less fossil-fueled next spring after Student Senate voted Monday to install solar panels on the roof of McIntyre Library. Senate approved a plan to install $160,000 in photovoltaic solar panels... Read more »

Taming water and bottling sunlight

Nate Beck, Chief Copy Editor

March 13, 2014

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Senate voted to pledge money for flashlights, radios and other gear toward a river safety patrol program that hasn’t secured funds to operate, at its meeting Monday. The program, called River Watch, is a proposed expansion... Read more »

An Editor’s Note:

An Editor’s Note:

March 5, 2014