The Spectator

Alejandra Serna, said she has experienced a lack of representation first-hand at UW-Eau Claire. Her research project, “A Walk in Her Shoes: How Women of Color Navigate a Predominantly White Institution,” aims to raise awareness of student voices on campus.

Through the voice of others, she found her own

Story by Evelyn Nelson, Chief Copy Editor
December 9, 2020
The news column “COVID on campus” posts relevant COVID-19 news every week for UWEC students.

COVID on campus

Story by Lauren Spierings, News Editor
November 24, 2020
Sara Lassila is a supervisor for the department of Laboratory Medicine and Technology at Mayo Clinic. She graduated from UW-Eau Claire in 2005.

Alum brings service to community

Story by Evelyn Nelson, Chief Copy Editor
April 6, 2020
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Student Health Service, located in Crest Wellness Center, provides hormone replacement therapy for students.

Hormone therapy offered by Student Health Service

Story by Jenna Erickson, Freelance Writer
November 13, 2019
In the summer of 2018 Megan Schleusner participated in a medical internship at Hue Medical College in Hue, Vietnam where she shadowed various health care professionals.

Finding the ‘Why?’ behind the work

Story by Lea Kopke, Managing Editor
October 30, 2019
James Boulter, a professor of chemistry, poses on the UW-Eau Claire footbridge.

New research floods the scene

Story by Kaitlyn Zenner
September 18, 2019
 The authors of the hoax articles from left to right: James Lindsay, Helen Pluckrose and Peter Boghossian. The three risked their careers and respectability to prove a political point

Even research publishing companies can’t recognize hoaxes

Story by Rebecca Mennecke, Chief Copy Editor
October 10, 2018
UW-Eau Claire published professors received recognition at Author's Celebration.

UW-Eau Claire celebrates faculty publications

Story by Alyssa Anderson, Op/Ed Editor
October 3, 2018
Chancellor Schmidt finalized an agreement with Mayo Clinic over the summer to expand research opportunities for UW-Eau Claire students in many fields of study. Discussion over the agreement began in February of this year, Schmidt said.

UW-Eau Claire and Mayo Clinic expand research opportunities

Story by Elizabeth Gosling, Currents Editor
September 7, 2017
Idea Generation: students Sara O’Driscoll and Rebecca Nelson present their research on the creative effects of multitasking at the sixth annual Provost’s Honors Symposium.

Not your fifth grade science fair

Story by Faith Hultman, Staff Writer
May 5, 2016
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