$750,000 grant awarded for research

Brittni Straseske, Copy Editor

September 12, 2013

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Receiving a $750,000 five year grant from the U.S. Department of Energy is somewhat like winning the scientific lottery. Matthew Jewell of the materials science department hit that jackpot this summer, receiving a grant to do... Read more »

Making campus sustainability more than just a promotional factor

Martha Landry, Currents Editor

May 9, 2013

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  When you walk into the Davies Center, you immediately get the feel of an open and natural space. But the more you get to know the building, the more apparent the amazing additions actually are! More than the terraces to ... Read more »

Legislation to make campus more accessible for all

Nate Beck, Staff Writer

May 8, 2013

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UW–Eau Claire Student Senate unanimously passed a resolution Monday supporting a plan to revamp campus bike and pedestrian paths. The Central Campus Bike/Pedestrian Plan will work to divert bike traffic away from the campus... Read more »

Q and A with new Chancellor Jim Schmidt

David Heiling, News Editor

April 17, 2013

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David Heiling: What are your plans on your first day of classes as UW-Eau Claire’s newchancellor? Jim Schmidt: I could tell on my visit that the energy on this campus is fantastic. For my first day I just want to immerse... Read more »

City composting doesn’t add up

Haley Zblewski, Currents Editor

November 29, 2012

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While UW-Eau Claire has a composting program that saves nearly two tons of waste each week from ending up in a landfill, the City of Eau Claire itself does not have a comparable program. Ned Noel, Eau Claire assistant city... Read more »

Campus mall to open

Andy Hildebrand, Staff Writer

November 1, 2012

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Although slowly, the construction that will re-shape much of the university’s landscape all over campus is progressing as planned and students are finally able to navigate the mall more easily. As of 6 a.m. Thursday morning,... Read more »