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Attendees mingle at the event.

2023 Downtown Eau Claire Awards

Story by Winter Heffernan, Staff Writer
March 7, 2023
DJ Westkorea spinning vinyl at The Lakely.

Vinyl Night at The Lakely

Story by Ella Freeman, Copy Editor
February 27, 2023
Joy to the Word will take place at 7 p.m., in the Marilyn Schaefer Riverfront Hall at the Pablo Center. Tickets for the event are $10.

Sounds and Stories Series: Joy to the Word

Story by Maggie O'Brien , Currents Editor
December 12, 2022
A wide array of crafts and gifts were sold at the bazaar

Local Church Community Puts on Bazaar

Story by Winter Heffernan, Staff Writer
October 11, 2022
Enrich in different customs and traditions at CultureFest.

UW-Eau Claire hosts CultureFest

Story by Bridget Maxwell, Staff Writer
April 19, 2022
 Singer-songwriter Spencer Douglas and Able Baker play at The Cabin

Double feature last weekend at The Cabin

Story by Winter Heffernan, Staff Writer
February 14, 2022
Student senate introduced new members and discussed all-gender restrooms and current issues regarding the EDI Rapid Action Task Force.

Student senate covers EDI Task Force and more

Story by Sam Johnson, Editor-in-Chief
February 19, 2020
Mike Rindo, assistant chancellor for facilites and university relations, and Jacob Wrasse give a presentation.

Senate Discusses Sonnentag Update

Story by Jenna Erickson, Freelance Writer
February 12, 2020
First large-scale tandem bike event hits Eau Claire

First large-scale tandem bike event hits Eau Claire

Story by Bridget Kelley, Freelance Writer
September 19, 2018
The “Flambeaux” was one of the six stages at last year’s Eaux Claires Music & Arts Festival.

Eaux Claires: Year ‘Troix’

Story by Sami West, Editor in Chief
April 13, 2017
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