UW Daily – October 10, 2018

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EAU/RVF: UW-River Falls eyes STEM growth (UWEC science building also discussed), Hudson Star-Observer, Oct. 8
EAU: UW-Eau Claire part of study uncovering ‘sextortion’ prevalence among teens, EurekAlert! (also in Medical Xpress, Bright Surf), Oct. 9
EAU: 9th Annual Eau Queer Film Festival kicked off Tuesday at UWEC, WQOW News 18, Oct. 9
EAU: yMusic completes first visit of UW-Eau Claire residency, The Spectator, Oct. 9
EAU: Students encouraged to fill out FAFSA sooner than later, WEAU 13 News, Oct. 9
EAU: Slightly more than half of high school seniors apply for FAFSA (quoting UW-Eau Claire financial aid director Nikki Andrews), WSAW 7 News, oct. 9
EAU: Residents voice support for proposed public intoxication ordinance (quoting UW-Eau Claire student body president Branden Yates), WQOW News 18, Oct. 8
EAU: College sexual assault survivor advocates learn how to better coordinate efforts (quoting UW-Eau Claire victim services director Amanda Mondlock), WKBT News 8, Oct. 8
EAU: Fines, arrests decline for UW-Eau Claire homecoming 2018, Eau Claire Leader-Telegram, Oct. 8
EAU: ECPD: Four arrests, 28 citations during UWEC’s homecoming weekend, WEAU 13 News, Oct. 8
EAU: ECPD arrest 4 during UW-Eau Claire homecoming weekend, WQOW News 18, Oct. 8
EXT/MAD: CALS honoree values diversity, Ag Update, Oct. 9
EXT/MAD: Economist, ag groups cheer revised trade pact, The Country Today, Oct. 4
EXT/MAD: Soggy weather delaying fall harvest is ‘just another nail in the coffin’ for Wisconsin farmers, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, Oct. 10
GRB: Freshman Congressman Mike Gallagher Faces First Re-Election Bid (features UW-Green Bay Prof. David Helpap), WPR, Oct. 10
GRB: UW-Green Bay, Manitowoc Campus’s Lakeshore Wind Ensemble season starts Oct. 20 at Capitol Civic Centre, Manitowoc Herald Times Reporter, Oct. 9
GRB: Women are being encouraged to express rage. Is this a good thing? (features UW-Green Bay Prof. Ryan Martin), Deseret News, Oct. 9
LAX: Public health discussion held at UW-La Crosse(Public health brought together community members for discussion), WKBT, Oct. 9
LAX: Students at UW-La Crosserecognize contributions …

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