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

There is nothing Maggie O’Brien desires more than a challenging read and some mellow music.

Tastemakers

Story by Maggie O’Brien, Art & Life Editor
November 21, 2023
The shoe collection bin is currently available on the first floor of McIntyre Library.

Fifth annual UW-Eau Claire shoe drive

Story by Cade Fisher, News Editor
May 8, 2023
Bad Feminist

Bad Feminist

Story by Rebecca Mennecke
April 1, 2019
These shoes cost more than most people’s rent, but they look like something you could dig out of the trash.

Looking poor is the new style

Story by Henry Erickson, Staff Writer
February 14, 2018
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

On the street with Kendall Ruchti

Story by Kendall Ruchti, Photo Editor
September 14, 2017
Jenna Van Zande, library services assistant for research and instruction, holds pairs of shoes donated to McIntyre Library’s shoe drive Soles4Souls. The donated shoes are either recycled for usable parts or help with disaster relief.

Getting people back on their feet

Story by Angel Vang, Copy Editor
May 4, 2016
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