The Spectator

Two brothers in the United Kingdom, Moshin and Zuber Issa, became billionaires in the convenience store industry, according to the Wall Street Journal.

How great are convenience stores?

Story by Miles Plueger, Staff Writer
December 9, 2020
Bunny and her AAC device from @seattlerefined

HighKey

Story by Allison Hinrichs, Staff Writer
November 24, 2020
Organized Mess

Organized Mess

Story by McKenna Dirks, Currents/ Sports Editor
November 24, 2020
The term “fake activism” sparked in June and is often associated with clicktivism. This is the act of supporting a political or social cause by posting online petitions or resources on social media and is sometimes characterized by involving little effort.

When you protest for content instead of the cause

Story by Allison Hinrichs, Staff Writer
November 24, 2020
Chippewa County’s annual Spirit of Christmas has started to make preparations for donations in the area. Deadlines for applying to this organization are at the end of Nov.

Giving back for the holidays

Story by Chloe Smith, Copy Editor
November 23, 2020
“Since 2013, student debt has grown by $600 billion,” Belkin said. Increases in student debt is one of the reasons why colleges are beginning to offer two-year degree plans.

Colleges to offer two-year degree plans

Story by Miles Plueger, Staff Writer
November 18, 2020
Shopping at small and local businesses supports those businesses whether it be online or in-person

Shopping small for the holidays

Story by Chloe Smith, Copy Editor
November 18, 2020
City Hall in Eau Claire is where the city manager’s office is located. Photo credit to Wisconsin Historical Society.

Praxis Post

Story by Ben Strong, Staff Writer
November 17, 2020
Student Health Service to bring antigen testing to your home

Student Health Service to bring antigen testing to your home

Story by Caleb Doyle, Freelance Writer
November 12, 2020
Mayor Yutaka Umeda smiles while holding his name plate at town hall (Mainichi/Kohei Shimizu)

Highkey

Story by Allison Hinrichs, Staff Writer
November 12, 2020
SARS primarily targets people between 18 and 30, which represents about half of the current population of Nigeria.

Murder and torture against the youth population

Story by Lauren Spierings, News Editor
November 10, 2020
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