The Spectator

River project’s designers will meet with concerned faculty

April 19, 2001

Matthew ResenhoeftUW-Eau Claire faculty members with concerns about the proposed project to stabilize the Chippewa River bank can meet with the project's engineers at 3:30 p.m. today in the conference room of the Facilities Planning...

Campus group will host hemp event with bands, information

April 19, 2001

The Declaration of Independence was written on paper made from it, George Washington farmed it, and this Saturday, a festival is dedicated to it. Hemp Fest, hosted by the campus organization Students for a Sensible Drug Policy,...

Artists make bowls to fight hunger

April 19, 2001

Bowls made by UW-Eau Claire art students are waiting to be filled with food for the hungry at Empty Bowls, a fund-raising supper this Friday. The organization Feed My People will host the event to fight hunger. Eau Claire art...

Walk to raise money for multiple sclerosis

April 19, 2001

More than 400 people are expected to walk through the streets of Eau Claire Sunday to raise money for people living with multiple sclerosis. The MS Walk starts at 10 a.m. and will begin and end at Lakeshore Elementary School,...

Bill addresses students with disabilities

April 12, 2001

A bill calling for changes to the bylaws regarding the Student Services Commission was introduced at the Student Senate meeting Monday. Six members introduced the bill, which deals with students with disabilities at UW-Eau Claire....

Grades to be sent via e-mail

April 12, 2001

Beginning in May, UW-Eau Claire students will receive their final semester grades via e-mail. The Registrar's Office is making the switch from paper mail to e-mail for various reasons. "Students are using electronic technology...

Honors Week to acknowledge students

April 12, 2001

UW-Eau Claire will continue its tradition of recognizing academic excellence in students with Honors Week from April 23 to 28. The 29th Annual Scholastic Honors Week is the time set aside by the university to recognize students...

Portfolio project is voluntary effort

April 12, 2001

Graduating students who vaguely remember receiving their portfolio project as a freshman in English 110 may be relieved the project is a voluntary effort and not a graduation requirement. But that's not a reason to dismiss the...

Students receive awards

April 12, 2001

In honor of Women's History Month in March, UW-Eau Claire awarded nine awards to women for their work on female issues during an awards celebration. Senior Anita Reid took third place in the undergraduate research category for...

Latin American conference to be held

April 12, 2001

It started out as a small get-together of UW-Eau Claire faculty, staff and students with a desire for a Latin American Studies Conference. Within a year, this dream became a reality. The first annual Midwest Conference on Latin...

UW-Platteville dorms receive thermostats; Eau Claire must wait

April 12, 2001

Heidi Plato Of all the things a college student can't control, the temperature of your dorm room can be the most frustrating, said sophomore Amy Madura. It can be unbearably hot in your room one day and really cold the next,...

Chancellor’s Roundtable focuses on facilities plans

April 12, 2001

Matthew Resenhoeft Wednesday's Chancellor's Roundtable took on a slightly different format than those held in the past, as the issue-focused meeting concentrated on the Physical Facilities Development Plan at UW-Eau Claire. Chanc...

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