The Spectator

 Impeachment proceedings were initiated on Sept. 24.

Taking a side during the impeachment proceedings

Story by Madeline Fuerstenberg, Freelance Writer
December 11, 2019
“The white supremacist resurgence is driven in large part by the rise of the alt-right, the newest segment of the white supremacist movement,” the ADL said.

Racist acts are becoming more common across the country

Story by Hayley Jacobson
October 16, 2019
Vice President Mike Pence’s new press secretary, Katie Waldman has admitted to stealing newspapers in her college days.

Katie Waldmen stole newspapers in college

Story by Robin Armagost, Copy Editor
October 16, 2019
A poll conducted by Marquette University, found that a mere four months with Trump in office has shifted partisan voters perception of the performance of the economy, drastically.

Voters should be making an objective assessment of the United States economy

Story by Anne Sandell, News Editor
April 25, 2017
A map showing the final 2016 election results. In a surprising turn of events, presidential-elect Donald Trump dominated Secretary Hillary Clinton across the country, a result national polls have not predicted throughout the entirety of the election. (submitted)

Inaccurate polls shows a failure in journalism

Story by Brian Sheridan, Editor-in-Chief
November 9, 2016
Republican nominee Donald Trump, center, wins the electoral vote and the presidency, causing UW-Eau Claire students to ponder the future of this nation. (Submitted)

Students give their take on the stunning conclusion to the presidential election

Story by Sadie Sadlmayr, Staff Writer
November 9, 2016
Hillary Clinton's daughter, Chelsea Clinton, shares her experiences with people on the campaign trail. She illustrated the sharp contrast on issues like health care and climate change between her mother and Republican nominee Donald Trump. (Brian Sheridan)

Chelsea Clinton, Tammy Baldwin share health care stories

Story by Brian Sheridan, Editor in Chief
November 3, 2016
Hillary Clinton laughs at Donald Trump’s jokes about her at the Alfred E. Smith Dinner

Light-hearted jokes become bitter insults at Al Smith Dinner

Story by Emilee Wentland, Staff Writer
October 25, 2016
Democratic Superdelegates: A fatal flaw

Democratic Superdelegates: A fatal flaw

Story by Gabriel Lagarde, News Editor
April 13, 2016
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