The Spectator

Ta’Leah Van Sistine
Ta'Leah Van Sistine is a first-year journalism and creative writing student. This is her second semester as staff writer for The Spectator. Beyond her passion for storytelling, she thoroughly enjoys outdoor adventures, good music, iced coffee and beautifully written words.

Ta'Leah Van Sistine, Chief Copy Editor

May 19, 2019
Thank you, professors (Story)
May 08, 2019
Chemistry professor ‘very pleased’ he can take students to Russia as an immersion experience (Story)
May 06, 2019
From this neck of the woods (Story/Media)
May 01, 2019
Meet the new UWEC Student Body President and Vice President (Story)
Apr 23, 2019
Blugold runs the Boston Marathon within a year after her first marathon (Story)
Apr 16, 2019
Optimism is essential for Blugolds on the tennis court (Story)
Apr 09, 2019
Men’s tennis pick themselves up after initial fall (Story)
Apr 08, 2019
Collaboration is key for the CSD department in the midst of receiving award (Story)
Apr 02, 2019
Devroy Memorial Forum features Washington Post managing editor (Story)
Mar 20, 2019
Pablo Center’s director of artistic programing: “I have the best job” (Story)
Mar 12, 2019
Blugolds take on the slopes as winter season continues (Story)
Mar 11, 2019
UWEC presents “The House of Blue Leaves” (Story)
Mar 06, 2019
UW-Eau Claire professor highlighted as the woman writer for month of March at 200 Main Gallery’s series (Story)
Feb 20, 2019
UW-Eau Claire gymnastics team achieves narrow victory (Story)
Feb 13, 2019
Former city councilman and current president of Uniting Bridges reflects on instances of unity and advocacy throughout his life (Story)
Feb 11, 2019
Blugolds host the WIAC Wrestling Championship (Story/Media)
Feb 06, 2019
Looking past the results and towards the future (Story)
Oct 29, 2018
Evers and Walker stress importance of education, low unemployment rates (Story)
Sep 26, 2018
“Remember us:” Holocaust and genocide series reminds attendees to never forget (Story)
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