Oct 2015

UW-BSC: Boo-U volleyball downs UW-Marshfield, soccer falls short

10/5/15By Baraboo News Republic

It was an important win for the University of Wisconsin-Baraboo/Sauk County volleyball team on Monday night as the Fighting Sprits took down UW-Marshfield to finish the regular season second in the Wisconsin Collegiate Conference.

It was...

Chancellor announces Southwestern Regional Executive Officer/Dean

10/2/15By UW-Baraboo/Sauk County

MADISON – Cathy Sandeen, Chancellor of University of Wisconsin Colleges and University of Wisconsin-Extension, named Dr. Charles Clark to the newly created position of Southwestern Regional Executive Officer/Dean. Clark will oversee UW-Baraboo/...

UW-Baraboo gets new dean: Regional leader to oversee 3 campuses

10/2/15By Baraboo News Republic

On Friday, the University of Wisconsin-Baraboo/Sauk County learned it will have a new dean responsible for overseeing campus operations, the second such announcement in a little more than a year.

University of Wisconsin Colleges Chancellor...

Sep 2015

UW-BSC: Volleyball wins 3-0, soccer falls 4-1 against Rattlers

9/16/15By Baraboo News Republic

The University of Wisconsin-Baraboo/Sauk County women’s volleyball team, along with the men’s and women’s soccer team hosted UW-Rock on Wednesday in Wisconsin Collegiate Conference action.

The Fighting Spirits volleyball team (2-2 overall)...

Healing hands: Reiki workshop set for Sept. 19

9/14/15By Baraboo News Republic

John Oestreicher always has been interested in the metaphysical.

“I pretty much grew up in the atmosphere,” he said. “My mom was very much interested in the power of the mind to heal, astrology charts, handwriting analysis … she always...

UW-BSC: Soccer team ousts Richland, volleyball team falls short

9/3/15By Baraboo News Republic

It was a busy day for the Fighting Spirits on Wednesday as the UW-Baraboo/Sauk County men’s and women’s soccer team hosted UW-Richland while the women’s volleyball team hosted a triangular.

In soccer, freshman Kyle Tomlinson recorded a hat...

Aug 2015

Program participants find jobs, gain experience

8/29/15By Baraboo News Republic

The relatively new bachelor of applied arts and sciences degree (BAAS) at University of Wisconsin-Baraboo/Sauk County has its first success stories.

The program, which has been in place for two years, allows those who have earned associate...

'Passion-drain' a concern at UW-Baraboo

8/27/15By Baraboo News Republic

Hesitation and a little nervous laughter accompany some of David Armstrong’s answers to questions about staffing at the University of Wisconsin-Baraboo/Sauk County. That’s because his job is on the line.

Armstrong, who serves as assistant...

Campus changes have ripple effect

8/27/15By Baraboo News Republic

Administrative changes and cuts affecting the University of Wisconsin-Baraboo/Sauk County have a local leader concerned about the impact the changes may have on the community.

“Have we lost talent? You bet we have,” said Baraboo Mayor Mike...

Summerset in the sun: Campus art festival held in downtown Baraboo

8/24/15By Baraboo News Republic

Arline Beagan of Reedsburg likes to stir imaginations through art. On Saturday, she brought Dada to downtown Baraboo.

Summerset Festival of the Arts, typically held at the University of Wisconsin-Baraboo/Sauk County, moved to the Al....