Five University of Wisconsin campuses are phasing out coal as a heat source this year and will start using a combination of natural gas and heating oil.Read More »
The Candlelight Hike Festivals held twice a year at the Schmeeckle Reserve have become increasingly popular. The festival held in fall 2017 drew in a record number of people – 2,800. The events have become too big for the small campfire ring where UW-Stevens Points now put on performances as part of the events.Read More »
MADISON, Wis. (AP) — The University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point is poised to celebrate the opening of a new multi-million dollar dorm. The $25.5 million, five-story building opened earlier this fall for upperclassmen. It can house about 330 residents in 82 ...Read More »
Stevens Point (AP) — A state agency accuses the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point of failing to take proper precautions while having asbestos removed from a campus building. The violations were listed in a report by the Wisconsin Department of Commerce. ...Read More »
By Paul Snyder A Sierra Club lawsuit seeking the results of a state review of four campus power plants could be the beginning of a massive drain on the budgets of university building projects. The Sierra Club wants to know ...
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