• Never Again! winning essay: America ready to repeat mistakes from 70 years ago

    Editor’s Note: Annika Dome, a sophomore at Logan High School, won first place in a new contest for her essay on how the lessons of the Holocaust connect with 21st century issues. (See story here on the award presentation.) The contest was sponsored by the Maureen and Robert Freedland Fund for Studies of the Shoah, […]

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  • Annika Dome and Maureen Freedland podium

    Logan student wins contest for essay on Holocaust

    Annika Dome, a sophomore at La Crosse Logan High School, has won first-place in a new essay contest designed to bring added meaning to studies of the Holocaust by connecting it with 21st century issues. Two other Logan students – Lily Janezich and Isaiah Nelsen, both juniors – won honorable mention in the contest, sponsored […]

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  • UW-L's Ariel Beaujot discusses art and history with Seraphina Lor, Avonte Gaut-Page and Aubrey Borreson (back to camera).

    Students see ‘history can be fun’ at [art]ifact exhibit

    Fourth-grade students at Northside Elementary School had the chance to see “history can be fun” while participating in a tour of the [art]ifact exhibit on display at the Pump House Regional Arts Center until April 17. The project — [art]ifact: where history meets art — is a collaborative effort of the UW-La Crosse history and […]

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