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Robin Baker, Nikki Brooks, Amanda Fischer and Leslie Huntington wrap up a night working at Eau Claires newest indoor practice space: The Eau Claire Sports Warehouse. Bake and Huntington also serve as coaches to Brooks and Fischer for UW-Eau Claires womens softball team.

A space for sports

February 12, 2015

Watch what you say

December 10, 2014
The Great Debate

The Great Debate

December 2, 2014
Noel Kroeplin, Just Local Food Cooperative employee, said the organic and natural grocery store is among local businesses that will not open its doors on Thanksgiving. However, they will be open until 9 p.m. Wednesday for last minute shoppers. Other grocery store chains and retail shops have some UW-Eau Claire students staying in town to work on Thanksgiving and Black Friday.

Toil instead of turkey

November 19, 2014
UW-Eau Claire professor of English and history Joe Orser poses with his recently published book, The Lives of Chang and Eng: Siams Twins in Nineteenth Century America. The text, published by the University of North Carolina Press, will be celebrated by the university community at a book signing event at 6 p.m. Monday in the Menominee Room of Davies Center. - Photo by Courtney Kueppers

A labor of love

November 12, 2014
Connecting neighbors

Connecting neighbors

November 5, 2014
 Demanding democracy

Demanding democracy

October 8, 2014
Freshman Ryan Battist came to Student Health Service for a physical and to see if he has asthma - a condition he said he thinks came from living in the dorms.

Skipping sickness

October 2, 2014
Choosing carefully

Choosing carefully

September 23, 2014
Senior kinesiology major, Karli Jacobus, far right, leads a warm-up exercise at a Strength & Tone group exercise class, which started 6 a.m. Wednesday in McPhee Physical Education Center. Jacobus is one of 18 students who lead free group exercises.

Finding fun in fitness

September 11, 2014
Author Margaret Atwood with Katie Paterson, a Scottish artist who is spearheading the Future Library project. Atwood will be the first to contribute a text to the literary time capsule.

Planting a masterpiece

September 9, 2014
Graphic by Karl Enghofer, The Spectator

Road to 26.2

May 7, 2014
Graphic by Karl Enghofer, The Spectator

Road to 26.2

April 24, 2014
Graphic by Karl Enghofer, The Spectator

Road to 26.2

April 9, 2014

Road to 26.2

March 27, 2014
ALWAYS ADVENTURING: Senior Sam Worple, freshman Allie Lenzmeier and junior Dave Simenson snorkeling at in Crystal River, Fla. The three served as student trip leaders on a spring break trip put on by the Environmental Adventure Center. Submitted

Leading the way

March 26, 2014

Go with the flow

March 13, 2014
FRESH AIR: Scenic Mount Simon is nestled in an area of Eau Claire thats easy or students to overlook. For that reason, the park can be a nice escape from campus life. © 2014 Courtney Kueppers

Go Claire

March 12, 2014

Road to 26.2

March 6, 2014
Photo/Illustration: NOTA has been a publication exclusive to UW-Eau Claire for 44 years. It features prose, poems, art and music which is a new feature added in future issues. © 2014 Elizabeth Jackson

None of the Above

February 26, 2014
The road to 26.2

The road to 26.2

February 20, 2014

More than soup and bread

February 19, 2014
Due to declining attendance and rising maintenance costs, the YMCA skate park wont reopen. The park opened in 1999, but couldnt compete with the free park, opened by the city in 2013. © 2014 Elizabeth Jackson

YMCA no longer on board

February 12, 2014

The Road to 26.2

February 6, 2014

Road to 26.2

January 23, 2014

The problem with pinning

December 12, 2013
SUBMITTED PHOTOS


Shelby Knispel, second from right, and her supporters at the 2012 Jingle Bell Walk/Run in Eau Claire.

Prescribed positivity

November 21, 2013
An unusual art

An unusual art

October 9, 2013

An unparalleled honor

October 2, 2013

Star light, star bright

September 26, 2013

Redneck offensive

September 5, 2013
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