The Spectator

Dr. Warren Anderson — the new Vice Chancellor of Equity, Diversity and Inclusion and Student Affairs — kicks off his first semester at UW-Eau Claire as the keynote speaker at the third annual Martin Luther King Jr. Celebration.

Know the history, craft the legacy

Story by Taylor Reisdorf, Freelance Writer
February 13, 2020
Blu's Clues

Blu’s Clues

Story by McKenna Dirks, Currents/ Sports Editor
December 12, 2019
Huling takes a break from class to enjoy a unique genre of music.

Unconventional melodies: When words and music collide

Story by Ryan Huling, Staff Writer
September 19, 2018
Students perform to generate scholarship money and gain musical experience while paying tribute to important Americans.

Cabaret Performances Presents “American Legends”

Story by Madeline Peterson, Staff Writer
January 31, 2018
Jason Jon Anderson takes his place as new executive director for the Confluence Arts Center

Confluence Arts Center is in need of a new executive director

Story by Jessie Meyen, Staff Writer
October 31, 2017
Matthew Hordyke directed several of his own plays in his hometown of Crystal Lake, Illinois, like An Unusual Evening, depicted here, about 11th or 12th-century vikings disturbing a man in a modern-day hotel.

UW-Eau Claire senior explores theater world in multiple capacities

Story by Erica Jones, Chief Copy Editor
September 13, 2017
 UW-Eau Claire’s theatre production of “Rabbit Hole” depicts fifth year senior theatre arts student Cory McMenomy as Howie and senior advertising student Sidney Fairbrother as Izzy, who are arguing about the best way to deal with their tragic situation.

‘Rabbit Hole’ in review

Story by Stephanie Kuski, Currents Editor
December 12, 2016

Confluence Arts Center breaks ground

Story by Elizabeth Gosling, Staff Writer
October 7, 2016
To create another source of revenue, Dr. Alan Rieck, the leaving chair of the music and theater arts department, said they implement a $35 fee to students each semester to use the practice rooms. “That actually saved us because it created the possibility for us to maintain some of the things we would have lost otherwise,” Rieck said. Vocal performance student Ian Rucker practices piano in a practice room on the second floor of Haas Fine Arts Center. To him the fee is worth it.

Where the music and theater arts department stands after budget cuts

Story by Andee Erickson, Projects Editor
October 5, 2016
All photos courtesy of Special Archives and Collections, W.D. Mcintyre Library, UW-Eau Claire

One hundred reasons to celebrate UW-Eau Claire: Week 5

Story by Erica Jones, Staff Writer
October 3, 2016
The cast and crew of the 24 Hour Project come back to the stage to take a final bow.

One day later, a show is born

Story by Emilee Wentland, Staff Writer
September 27, 2016
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