Spring and snowA photo essay of student life at UWL April 2019
Two students hang out near Drake Hall.
The Wittich Hall remodel continues as workers pull out old glass window blocks on the second floor.
Workers in Wittich Hall prepare the basement for a new cement floor.
A student walks past Graff Main Hall during an April snowfall.
The Student Philanthropy Council celebrated Philanthropy Week in sunshine and snow.
Campus Uber? ROTC students are picked up by Blackhawk helicopters to train at Fort McCoy.
Students from the School of Education create and participate in activities they will use in their future curricula.
Top, UWL student Jason Brown performs "I love Betsy" at the Evening of Excellence, hosted by the College of Liberal Studies. Bottom, CLS student awardees stand on the stage for a photo.
Environmental Studies students use wheelbarrows to add new dirt to the Kane Street Gardens in La Crosse.
The UW-La Crosse Foundation awards more than $1.05 million in scholarships for the 2019-20 academic year during Eagles Excellence Week. Bottom right, the Eagle Sport, School, and Life Yearly Awards (ESSLY's) Athletic Banquet was held in Mitchell Hall.
Students play soccer on Eagle Field.
The Screaming Eagles Marching Band stops for a quick photo near Centennial Hall. Band members where on their way to wish CLS Interim Dean Kim Vogt a happy retirement.
Students on campus enjoy the great spring weather across campus.
Graduate students Kyleah Bell, left, and Laura Abellera participate in the 25th annual tetter-totter-a-thon fundraiser on Eagle Field. Hosted by the Gamma Sigma Sigma sorority, the event raises money for the AIDS Resource Center of Wisconsin.
Soon to be graduates Izzy Devorkin, left, and Elise Powers pose near Graff Main Hall. Commencement will take place on Mother's Day, Sunday, May 12.