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Student Publications Touchstone Touchstone , our literary and arts journal, is published each spring. Students from any academic area are welcome to join the staff to produce a print and online version of this high-quality journal. Touchstone features student creative works of poetry and prose, and...
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Alpha Phi Sigma, The National Criminal Justice Honor Society Benefits of Membership Members receive a certificate, pin, and honor cord to wear at their graduation. Members may add this honor to their resumes and graduate school applications. Members are eligible to apply for scholarships and awards...
Vics Flock 2015
Viterbo University sponsors a self-funded health insurance plan for its full-time employees. Coverage begins on the 1st day of the month following the employee start date, for an employee electing to participate in the health plan. Annual deductibles are $500 for single coverage, and $1,000 in the...
Fall 2016 hours of operation are Monday to Friday 7:30 am – 5:30 pm. Copy Center Services We offer crisp black and white and vibrant color copies, prints or large format posters that will give any presentation, brochure, or report a professional look. We have multiple finishing services to our...
A Midsummer Night's Dream
Viterbo University presents A Midsummer Night's Dream Wednesday, April 22, 2015 Thursday, April 23, 2015 - SOLD OUT Grades 8-12 9:30 a.m. $5 A full-length production Curriculum Connections: language arts, literature-based, relationships, historical NOTE: This performance is at The Weber Center for...
Theatre IV presents I Have a Dream - The Life and Times of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Tuesday, February 3, 2014 Grades 3-12 9:30 a.m. - 50 SEATS LEFT 12:30 p.m. $5 60 minutes Viterbo Fine Arts Center Curriculum Connections: biography, language arts, history, multi-cultural, public speaking,...
Dog Loves Books
ArtsPower presents Dog Loves Books Friday, March 27, 2015 Grades PK-3 9:30 a.m. and 12:30 p.m. $5 60 minutes Viterbo Fine Arts Center Curriculum Connections: language arts, literature-based, values, relationships Louise Yates' New York Times Best Seller comes to life in ArtsPower's newest musical...
Viterbo FAC
Fine Arts Center As a regional arts center our mission is to educate, stimulate, inspire and challenge the university and local communities through the presentation of diverse and quality programming. Bright Star Season The Bright Star Season enriches the quality of life in the La Crosse Region by...
 
Earlier this year, Viterbo Education Club members decided to support the Lending Library initiative of Gundersen Global Partners. In March 2014, the Global Partners–Nicaragua team opened a lending library in a small primary school located on the Santa Rita coffee plantation high in the mountains of...
Post date: Thursday, August 27, 2015 - 10:05
HONOLULU, Hawaii – After a tough offensive day yesterday, the Viterbo University men's basketball team was looking to turn it around against Chaminade University but against struggled shooting. The V-Hawks hit just 24.2 percent of their shots as they fell 74-42 to the Silver Swords...
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Make a Gift Annual Scholarships An annual scholarship can be established and is awarded on the basis of contributions received each year. Benefactors of an annual scholarship have the opportunity to name their scholarship in honor of a loved one, a respected Viterbo faculty member, or another...
I met Barb in 1970 or so when she was the secretary in an alternative school by SFMC. My sister Pam was attending this school and I used to go over and visit her there. Barb always made me feel welcome and she was a great inspiration to Pam. Barb got Pam interested in learning how to play the...
 
Twenty-seven Viterbo students attended the WorkForce Career Fair in Milwaukee Feb. 23. The bus trip was sponsored by career services.
Post date: Thursday, February 26, 2015 - 11:15
2014 Teaching the Holocaust March 20–21, 2014 Keynote speaker Cipora Katz is a child survivor of the Holocaust. She was born in Siemiatycze, Poland in 1938. At the age of four, she was saved by a brave Polish family who hid her in a potato silo. She currently serves on the Speakers' Bureau of the...
San Damiano Chapel Mass, Oct. 17, 2010 Homily by Msgr. Bernard McGarty Thomas Maurice O'Neill, priest of God. Biography is a study of the forces that shape the person. Marie LeFevre, of French, Scottish ancestry, gives birth to Thomas on March 7, 1948, Council Bluffs, Iowa. The proud father, T...
Blessing of the Celtic Cross Oct. 17, 2010 by Marci Madary Saint Rose walked through the streets of Viterbo carrying a cross in her hand encouraging the people to live a holy life. May this cross be a constant reminder for us to be a faithful people. Saints Francis and Clare prayed before the cross...
February 24, 1922 - March 21, 2012 This site is dedicated to remembering Sr. Antoinette DeLorbe. Sr. Antoinette taught music at Viterbo for a total of 26 years, from 1971-1997. She retired at Villa St. Joseph. Tributes to Antoinette DeLorbe, FSPA '51 Obituary listed below Friends may call after 4:...
The Viterbo University School of Letters and Sciences presents Gathering of Waters: The Life of the River and Its People February 4–7, 2002 Poetic. Haunting. Beautiful. Scenic. Mere words can't describe the might and majesty of the Mississippi River. What begins as a tiny stream in the northern...
DAVENPORT, Iowa – In their first game following a short Christmas break, the Viterbo University women's basketball game could not find the rhythm early on, putting them in a deep hole. The V-Hawks tripled their first half score after the break but fell 85-36 to St. Ambrose University...

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