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COVID on campus
TikTok became available in August of 2018 and has since grown to have over 50 million active users in the U.S.
On the beat
Story by Ashlie Fanetti, Chief Copy Editor • May 5, 2021

TikTok has taken over the internet. American adults have spent an estimated 1.43 billion hours on TikTok in March 2020. An estimated 50 million Americans use TikTok on a daily...

Whether it’s original Americana, blues, rock or something else, Sage Leary, a fourth-year communications student, said he wants to spread joy through music.
We pick three
May 5, 2021
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The UW-Eau Claire women’s track and field team competed at the Ashton-Esten invitational in La Crosse.
Spring sports recap: triumphs and losses through COVID-19
Story by Thomas DeLapp, Staff Writer • May 6, 2021

UW-Eau Claire’s spring sports season has produced mixed results across teams, but many players and coaches said that they were simply happy to play, due to the uncertainty...

Sports Specs with Sam
Sports Specs with Sam
April 20, 2021
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The dogs are immune to the disease and cannot spread it to the turtles.
The turtle sniffing heroes
Saint Louis Zoo employs Boykin spaniels’ expert noses to save turtles from infectious disease
Story by Allison Hinrichs, Staff Writer • May 4, 2021
Everyday life has no place in the woods in front of a warm fire.
An unasked for guide to camping
If your summer plans include camping, here’s what you need to know
Story by Sami Geiger, Staff Writer • May 4, 2021
My roommate, Kenzie, and I love to watch "Bad Girls Club."
The “Bad Girls Club” is back
My childhood entertainment was problematic
Story by Sabrina Ftouhi May 4, 2021
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Before the "Pedal to Divestment" event on April 19, which was held by the UW Divestment Coalition, students wrote messages on campus sidewalks. This message reads, "Fossil fuels cause climate change, so why is
‘We’re not moving quickly enough’
Students say campus sustainability efforts are lacking
Story by Ta'Leah Van Sistine, Editor-in-Chief • May 4, 2021
Students participate in the day’s activities and relax outdoors.
Turning a work day into a wellness day
UW-Eau Claire’s second wellness day brings students, faculty and staff together
Story by Evelyn Nelson, Currents Editor • May 1, 2021
Food items from the CultureFest menu were out on display at the Davies Student Center Marketplace last week.
Eau Claire community celebrates cultural diversity
CultureFest offers international food menu at the Davies Marketplace
Story by Mitch Pettijohn, Staff Photographer • April 27, 2021
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