A considerable association with cancer has been discovered that children born after fertility medication are at bigger risks of difficulty congenital malformations and infertility problems themselves and this is the first time. The troubles are not thought to be connected…

Roger Ebert, one of the most prominent American film critics, believes that a YouTube video of the New York’s recent blizzard deserves an Academy Award. Jamie Stuart, the filmmaker who crafted the short, e-mailed the video to Ebert. Titled “Man…

Anne Francis, the star of the science-fiction classic “Forbidden Planet” and the 1960s TV show “Honey West,” has died. She was 80 years old. The actress reportedly died of complications from pancreatic cancer in a in Santa Barbara, Calif. retirement…

Elizabeth Edwards omitted one-time U.S. vice-presidential nominee John Edwards from her will, sources say. TV’s “Inside Edition” reported Wednesday that Elizabeth Edwards, who died of cancer Dec. 7, left her entire estate to her three children. “All of my furniture,…

The recent crisis in Madison concerning Gov. Walker’s proposed budget bill had drawn a distinct line between the unions, who sit in the bulls eye of the bill’s sights, and Governor Walker, who was elected in part because of his…

 Though the winter months have seemed to drag on and spring has not quite arrived yet, the Viterbo University Garden Club is in full swing.      VUGC, which began in 2009, is headed by faculty advisor, Toni Wissestad, a…

 At approximately 1 a.m. on Feb. 25, the floor of Wisconsin’s state assembly erupted in outrage. Gov. Scott Walker’s Budget Repair Bill passed. As the triumphant Republicans filed out of the room, the Democratic representatives began furiously chanting “Shame! Shame!”…

 Each spring, SGA plans and prepares for another round of elections. This voting season, though, elections will take on a different face than years past. In order to encourage students to vote, SGA has teamed up with SIFE to market…

 If you have become acquainted with Assistant Professor of Design, Joseph Miller, then you are familiar with his passions: design and baseball. Miller used baseball analogies to describe his work at his “Current Pulls” art exhibit opening at the Winona…

Viterbo’s theater department delivered an excellent performance this weekend with their show The Marriage of Figaro. The music, acting, costuming, and scenery flowed together to create a captivating and entertaining show.      It was hard to believe that the…

The president of Viterbo’s board of trustees, Sister Mary Ann Gschwind, of the FSPA recently released a statement summarizing the five-year review of Viterbo’s president, Rick Artman.      An outside consultant was hired to conduct the comprehensive evaluation, which…