Memories in focus: stories about why we are how we are

Elizabeth Gosling, Staff Writer

Scars can’t be covered up for long. “What’s that?” a stranger asked at the grocery store. “I’m so sorry for you,” a passerby said at the mall. At 19 years old University of Wisconsi...  Read More »

September 3, 2015 • 0 comments

Roy’s Barber Shop and Estilo Salon are two of four businesses on Water Street that offer hair cutting and styling services to students for a discounted price.

Using your Blugold for Bargains in College

September 2, 2015

It’s a small piece of plastic, usually used to get some books and food, all while adorning that clearly flawless headshot. A Blugold ID is a student’s all-access pas...  Read More »

October is the projected completion of the fitness zone in Owen Park, open to the public at no charge.

Outdoor fitness area underway for community use

September 2, 2015

The trails along the Chippewa River already provide a stretch of pavement for students to go out and get some cardio, but starting in the middle of Octob...  Read More »

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State committee pulls confluence funding

May 13, 2015

Local legislatures are canvassing their colleagues to get the Confluence Project money back into the budget after the Joint Finance Committee voted it...  Read More »

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Faculty and staff weigh early exit

May 13, 2015

For the last few years James Oberly has worked to compile a history of his workplace: UW-Eau Claire. Oberly, a tenured Eau Claire history professor,...  Read More »

A colossal hit

A colossal hit

Ellis Williams, Managing Editor

In 1993, the cinematic world changed forever when Universal Pictures released the timeless classic Jurassic Park. The critically acclaimed blockbuster earned a billion dollars at the box office and was...  Read More »

September 2, 2015 • 0 comments

A class “bound to make an impact”

A class “bound to make an impact”

Sami West, Currents Editor

Self-described as a large class built on positive attitudes, togetherness and high energy, the Class of 2019 has officially moved in, and is ready to make their mark. Saturday, the University of Wisconsin-Eau Cl...  Read More »

September 2, 2015 • 0 comments

Senior Mic Nelson struts his stuff for the crowd in the second piece of the show, titled “My Eyes are Sizzling.”

After a semester of hard work, UW-Eau Claire students show off their dance moves

May 13, 2015

The audience hushed as the show began with a handful of overhead lights on stage and only the sound of stomping as members of the Ensemble filled...  Read More »

Blugold volleyball drop home opener in packed Zorn Arena

Blugold volleyball drop home opener in packed Zorn Arena

Sam Martinez, Staff Writer

In spite of the high temperatures and a change in venue, over a thousand students showed up to a rowdy Zorn Arena to help kick-off another season of Blugold athletics. The UW-Eau Claire volleyball team dropped th...  Read More »

September 3, 2015 • 0 comments

Head football coach Todd Glaser has new-faced defense with plans to end

Head football coach Todd Glaser has new-faced defense with plans to end

Austin Mai, Editor in Chief

Senior Jayden Dobbs has been an outside linebacker for his entire career and expected to finish his career at UW-Eau Claire as one. That was until last spring. With the departure of defensive end Jake Sa...  Read More »

September 3, 2015 • 0 comments

Senior captain Ashley Seymour attempts a cross during a game at Bollinger field.

A fight to the top

September 3, 2015

Coming into the 2015 season, head women’s soccer coach Sean Yengo said his teams goal is to improve fr...  Read More »

Junior Ryan Mugan took 10th at the NCAA national meet Saturday in Mason, Ohio. His team came in seventh.

Reaching new heights

September 3, 2015

After a season that put UW-Eau Claire on the cross country map, the Blugold runners are looking to top thei...  Read More »