The Spectator

A glimpse of a vendor’s merchandise.

Banbury Place October market

Story by Maggie O'Brien, Copy Editor
November 1, 2022
The spring edition of NOTA was premiered last Friday

NOTA releases spring publication

Story by Toby Mohr, Multimedia Editor
May 10, 2022
John Noltner’s “Portraits of Peace” focuses on searching for hope in a divided America.

UWEC alumnus releases new book

Story by Lisa Snyder, Staff Writer
September 21, 2021
Fourth-year student Olu Famule, photographs fellow blugold, Paul Agbashi.

On the beat: Love through a lens

Story by Rosa Gómez, Freelance Writer
April 14, 2021

Social justice leadership retreat

Story by Emma Steiler, Staff Writer
October 22, 2020
From Olson’s Instagram, captioned: “A print series of rural northern-Wisconsin may be my quarantine project.”

Old-school ways for a timeless hobby

Story by Will Seward, Freelance Writer
April 29, 2020
Elly West enjoys doing photography alone and finds joy in taking self-portraits. Although she said it is stressful getting the perfect shot, taking photos makes her happy.

Eyes of Eau Claire: Elly West

Story by Elizabeth Gosling, Currents Editor
November 20, 2017
The first signs of snow have graced the grounds of Eau Claire, causing students to unleash their favorite winter weapon: Combat boots. While some may be at war with the chilly weather, the lace-up footwear is said to provide good traction and versatility, making it the perfect pairing for midwest temperatures. The boot can be worn in shades of black or brown, folded up or down, but the one irrefutable constant is the undeniable parallel of comfort and style.

On the street with Kendall Ruchti

Story by Kendall Ruchti, Photo Editor
November 7, 2017
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