The Spectator

Unpack why you’re in the position that you’re in, why you believe what you do, and how you have contributed to upholding white supremacy.
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Racism in higher education: upheld at every level

Story by Rosa Gómez, Freelance Writer
December 15, 2021
“It is not she or they, it is she and they.”

Pronouns: they matter

Story by Rosa Gómez, Freelance Writer
November 16, 2021
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
Womens March in Minnesota 2019, features a sign that says Stop Abortion Bans

If you are pro-life, you need to do better

Story by Rosa Gómez, Freelance Writer
September 14, 2021
A seat at the table

A seat at the table

Story by Rosa Gómez, Freelance Writer
February 11, 2021
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, Freelance Writer
December 9, 2020
In good condition

In good condition

Story by Evelyn Nelson, Freelance Writer
November 18, 2020

Social justice leadership retreat

Story by Emma Steiler, Staff Writer
October 21, 2020
In good condition

In good condition

Story by Evelyn Nelson, Freelance Writer
October 8, 2020
Participants from last year’s Just Bag It Fashion Show model runway-ready outfits made entirely from recycled, repurposed materials.

From dumpster to runway

Story by Alyssa Anderson, Staff Writer
April 6, 2016
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