The Spectator

Non-medical exemptions of receiving vaccines are no longer accepted and religion is among those.

Religious exemptions for vaccines are disappearing

Story by Will Seward, Freelance Writer
October 9, 2019
The interpretations of the theme ranged from Gigi’s stained glass gown to Rihanna arriving as the pope.

Toeing the line for the sake of fashion

Story by Brittany Walczak, Staff Writer
May 8, 2018
Joy Behar from “The View” made a controversial statement comparing religion and mental illness, and conservatives aren’t having it.

Religion is not a mental illness

Story by Rebecca Mennecke, Staff Writer
February 20, 2018
In a decision made earlier this summer, the Supreme Court agreed to allow public funding to go to a church in Columbia, Missouri.

Supreme Court bypasses separation of church and state

Story by Alyssa Anderson, Copy Editor
September 5, 2017
Together, we can all keep America beautiful: Dr. Reza Aslan gives lecture on Islamophobia in the Schofield Auditorium Wednesday night.

Islamophobia in America: it can be defeated

Story by Faith Hultman, Staff Writer
April 13, 2016
The four scientists shared their views on science and spirituality Tuesday night

Science and spirituality: are they compatible?

Story by Faith Hultman, Staff Writer
February 25, 2016
Finding happiness through faith

Finding happiness through faith

Story by Colette St. John, Copy Editor
October 28, 2015
Eau Claire professor helps unearth ancient link to modern Jerusalem

Eau Claire professor helps unearth ancient link to modern Jerusalem

Story by Austin Wagner, Staff Writer
October 7, 2015

Worlds and words colliding

Story by Chris Macheichok, Freelancer
October 25, 2012

Redefining the faith line

Story by Haley Zblewski, News Editor
April 11, 2012

Bible isn’t legitimate argument against homosexuality

Story by Frank F. Pellegrino
December 15, 2011

Practice what you preach

Story by Emily Gresbrink
October 12, 2011
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