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

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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

This Disney Channel Movie is simply iconic. (Photo from Walt Disney Studios)

Cinephiles: ‘Twitches Too’

Story by Mady Leick, Copy Editor
April 11, 2024
A reenactment of a monumental moment in the Presleys’ history. (Photo from Us Weekly)

Cinephiles: ‘Priscilla’

Story by Alaina Steinmetz, Multimedia Editor
March 13, 2024
This movie is a perfect example of what greed and power can do to corrupt someone. (Photo from Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Studioc, Inc.)

Cinephiles

Story by Delia Brandel, OP/ED Editor
December 12, 2023
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
Once Upon a Time in Hollywood is definitely a good film, but I wouldnt put it near the top of Quentin Tarantinos full catalog. (Photo from Sony Pictures)

Cinephiles

Story by Oludare Obadiya, Business Manager
November 8, 2023
A movie poster of “Shutter Island,” illustrated by Melvin Mago.

Cinephiles

Story by Kai Hirata, Staff Writer
November 1, 2023
Planning a less-planned trip sounds like a lot of fun.

Cinephiles

Story by Sophie Geske, Sports Editor
October 25, 2023
Movie theater view of Coraline.

Cinephiles

Story by Natalie Yanez, Staff Writer
September 19, 2023
Cinephiles

Cinephiles

Story by Delia Brandel, OP/ED Editor
May 1, 2023
YouTube’s recommended section has a similar function to these bargain bins, by sifting through the endless tides of reaction videos and unboxing, a few gems can be discovered.

Cinephiles

Story by Winter Heffernan, Staff Writer
April 3, 2023
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