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Jan 2014

UW-BSC student's body found in Argentina

1/7/14By Baraboo News Republic

One of two bodies discovered on an Argentinean mountain Sunday is believed to be that of a former University of Wisconsin-Baraboo/Sauk County student.

Jarod Von Rueden, 22, formerly of Baraboo, and 28-year-old Francis Keenan of Pennsylvania...

New library collaboration makes borrowing easier

1/6/14By Baraboo News Republic

The University of Wisconsin-Baraboo/Sauk County and Baraboo Public Library announced a new collaboration Monday that will give patrons borrowing access to a wider variety of materials than ever before.

The T.N. Savides Library and Baraboo...

Dec 2013

UW-BSC offers CPR courses

12/29/13By Baraboo News Republic

The University of Wisconsin-Baraboo/Sauk County, 1006 Connie Road, will offer CPR classes as a credit or non-credit course from 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Jan. 4 and 11.

The classes will examine the causes and prevention of cardiovascular...

TOP 10 stories of 2013; Part 1

12/26/13By Baraboo News Republic

Editor's note: This is the first installment of a four-part series examining the top 10 stories covered by the Baraboo News Republic, as selected by its news staff.

10. School district continues facilities planning process

The Baraboo School...

UW-BSC offers 'Winterim' courses

12/19/13By Baraboo News Republic

Register now for Winterim classes at the University of Wisconsin-Baraboo/Sauk County, 1006 Connie Road.

Winterim runs Jan. 2-23, and classes are open to UW-BSC students, or those home for winter break from other schools, and community...

MAILBAG: The UW Flexible option

12/15/13By Baraboo News Republic

As a Baraboo resident for 10 years and a Sauk County resident for 17 years, I am always amazed at how many ways there are to engage the UW-Baraboo/Sauk County campus. Over the years I have taken adult education classes there, my children have...

Honors symposium engages campus community

12/11/13By Baraboo News Repbulic

Students at the University of Wisconsin-Baraboo/Sauk County presented their semester-long research projects at Tuesday’s fall honors symposium.

Rosalia Garcia, Jessica Castle, Allanri Jooste, Paige Ringelstetter, Harley Soerfass and...

Innovative poetry performance comes to Baraboo library

12/6/13By Baraboo News Repbulic

It might seem a bit odd to imagine ancient Greek poet Sappho crooning into a classic microphone with a Gibson guitar slung low on her hip. But that’s just the kind of image University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee professor emeritus David Mulroy wants...

A song for everyone

12/4/13By Baraboo News Repbulic

An angelic peacefulness falls over the Baraboo First United Methodist Church on Tuesday evening as Deanna Horjus-Lang gradually quiets the University of Wisconsin-Baraboo/Sauk County Campus and Community Choir. The choir is rehearsing for a show...

Scotland coming to town

12/3/13By Baraboo News Repbulic

The University of Wisconsin-Baraboo/Sauk County will offer a wee taste of Scottish culture Wednesday.

The event, set to focus on the "Wisconsin in Scotland" study abroad program, will feature Scottish music and food and presentations from...