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.

The Spectator

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

The Spectator

A scene from Bullet Train with actors Brian Tyree Henry and Brad Pitt. (Photo from Sony Pictures)

Cinephiles: ‘Bullet Train’ and ‘Snowpiercer’

Story by Liz Curtin, Freelance Writer
November 14, 2023
Unlearn Everything

Unlearn Everything

Story by Sabrina Ftouhi, Freelance Writer
September 26, 2023
The events venue.

A barrel of laughs from Clear Water Comedy

Story by Liz Curtin, Freelance Writer
April 12, 2023
Joe Pera Talks with You,” is a celebration of the everyday.

The beauty of the mundane

Story by Elliot Adams, Editor-in-Chief
April 10, 2023
I really don’t think I’m the target audience

Why do I like “Sex and the City?”

Story by Elliot Adams, Editor-in-Chief
February 20, 2023
“Swingers” is a surprisingly good movie.

Cinephiles

Story by Elliot Adams, Editor-in-Chief
December 14, 2022
 a movie poster displaying the beautifully flawed lead, Lady Bird

Cinephiles

Story by Maggie O'Brien, Freelance Writer
November 9, 2022
A duo playing a melody to entertain the audience.

Racy D’Lene’s Coffee Lounge hosts open mic

Story by Skyler Schad, Freelance Writer
November 7, 2022
Vinny Gambini (Joe Pesci) and Mona Lisa Vito (Marisa Tomei) in courtroom comedy “My Cousin Vinny

Cinephiles

Story by Maddie Kasper, Editor-in-Chief
October 10, 2022
 Look at this smug looking limey.

Spilling the Tea

Story by Elliot Adams, Editor-in-Chief
February 24, 2022
Nathan Rich performing comedy for a crowd at a local bar in Eau Claire

Nathan Rich, student by day and comedian by night

Story by Elliot Adams, Editor-in-Chief
February 23, 2022
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