The Spectator

 “Black Girl in Suburbia” focuses on the troubles black girls face living in predominantly white communities.

‘Black Girl in Suburbia’ in review

Story by Robin Armagost, Copy Editor
February 20, 2020
Oktoberfest visitors waited in line to purchase food from the Holy Ghost Parish. Some participants dressed in traditional German Lederhosen and Dirndl.

Chippewa Falls hosts 17th annual Oktoberfest celebration

Story by McKenna Dirks, Currents/ Sports Editor
September 23, 2019

A magical night

Story by Julia Van Allen, Copy Editor
December 7, 2018
Student performers from Jazz 1 and Jazz 2 set the tempo for the evening of glitz and glamor.

5th annual Gatsby’s Gala

Story by Julia Van Allen, Copy Editor
November 12, 2018
UW-Eau Claire’s Cabaret “Unboxed” performance showcased a variety of student’s skills in dancing, singing and directing.

UW-Eau Claire Cabaret ‘Unboxed’ performance celebrates centennial year

Story by Alexandria Martin, Staff Writer
January 25, 2017
The Singing Statesmen sang five pieces, including the Austrian National Anthem before the dancing began.

Highlights of the 41st annual Viennese Balls

Story by Words by Sami West and Photos by Anna Mateffy
April 15, 2015
POWERED BY PERFORMANCE: Women’s Concert Chorale opened the 40th Annual Viannese Ball on Friday with a program that not only consisted of songs in English, but also German. Other groups performing were Jazz Ensemble, Singing Statesmen, Dorf Kapella, among others. Read more about the history of the event on page 12 and look at images from the two-day event on page 16. © 2014 Elizabeth Jackson, The Spectator

A weekend to remember

Story by Meghan Hosely, Staff Writer
April 16, 2014

Smooth moves

Story by Emily Albrent, News Editor
February 12, 2014

Eau Claire is back in the swing of things

Story by Brian Sheridan, Freelancer
September 18, 2013
Dancing on through

Dancing on through

Story by Michelle Enger, Copy Editor
November 8, 2012
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