The Spectator

David Jones, an English and honors education professor, said he likes the flexibility of English to work with.

A man of many talents

February 12, 2020

Bad Feminist

Bad Feminist

February 18, 2019

College majors with a liberal arts focus are quick to receive flak but prove to be successful

Story by Hailey Novak, Staff Writer

March 10, 2015

We all have fears, myself included, but as a college student I have added one more to the list. I now fear being asked about my major, not because I’m undeclared but because I dread the question that almost always follows: ...

UW-Eau Claire professor BJ Hollars released his latest book earlier this month.

Drowning in the truth

September 15, 2014

Meet Your Professor: Joel Pace

Story by Ellis Williams, Staff Writer

February 13, 2014

Ellis Williams: How did you find your way into teaching? Joel Pace: My mom was teaching art when she was pregnant with me. I guess my first classroom experiences were very early on. My parents, both as artists and educators...

English 110 replaced by more tailored courses

Story by Karl Enghofer, Staff Writer

September 12, 2013

High course enrollment, large class sizes, broad concepts and a slow course pace are all criticisms from students and faculty of the former required first-year composition course, English 110. “It was a horrible experience,”...

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