The official student newspaper of University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire since 1923.

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The official student newspaper of University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire since 1923.

The Spectator

The official student newspaper of University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire since 1923.

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Mr. Kitty’s Cat Cafe & Boutique, located at 502 S Farwell St, recently opened and it is so adorable. A ticket to see the cats comes with a three dollar credit that can be used for tea, cold beverages or fresh baked goods.

Mr. Kitty’s Cat Cafe

Story by Madison Moris, Social Media Manager
April 16, 2024
The Banbury Spring Market was held from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on April 6 at their Galloway Street location. Vendors sold crafts and attendees could listen to live music and eat various foods.

Banbury Place Market holds spring market

Story by Taylor Boggess, Copy Editor
April 16, 2024
Attendees dance the night away with the University Symphony Orchestra performing in the background.

UW-Eau Claire’s 49th annual Viennese Ball

Story by Russell Teske, Staff Writer
April 11, 2024
Construction on the new Sonnentag Event Center and Fieldhouse is nearing an end. Nick Hoven, the Blugold Athletics director of media relations, said the plan is for the building to officially open in July.

A look inside the new Sonnentag Event Center

Story by Toby Mohr, Managing Editor
April 2, 2024
Participants gathered at the top of the hill to begin the 5k.

Shamrock Shuffle 2024

Story by Taylor Boggess, Copy Editor
March 12, 2024
The Fireball hosted a variety of drag queens and kings from the local area and around the country.

GSRC hosts 13th annual Fireball drag show

Story by Cade Fisher, News Editor
February 25, 2024
Each room was decorated specifically for Valentine’s Day.

Eau Claire takes on Valentine’s Day

Story by Elyse Braun, Chief Copy Editor
February 20, 2024
All the players gathered together as the Blugold Athletic Band played the alma mater.

Men’s basketball end their season with a win

Story by Sophie Geske, Sports Editor
February 20, 2024
Patrons could sit throughout the main area to eat the food and try the “stubbornly crafted beer,” according to their website.

Mardi Gras extends north into Eau Claire

Story by Cade Fisher, News Editor
February 19, 2024
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