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Nikolaus Spittlemeister, a fourth-year student, stands in the Campus Mall to protest administration for their original decision to not move to remote learning after fall break.

UW-Eau Claire students still voice safety concerns

Story by Evelyn Nelson, Chief Copy Editor
November 18, 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
October 13, 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
September 22, 2020
Hoffman said UW system plans to make the determination by mid-July of whether fall semester classes will be online or face-to-face.

UW-Eau Claire faculty ready to remain online

Story by Zane Klavina, Staff Writer
April 21, 2020
Seven UW System schools have transitioned to online-only instruction, closing campus to students. faculty and staff.

UWEC prepares for COVID-19

Story by Madeline Fuerstenberg, Freelance Writer
March 12, 2020
At the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire, Riley McGrath, the Director of Counseling Services, said that this year the campus center has seen more students than 2018 saw all together.

UW system lacks counselors to meet student need

Story by Kailin Schumacher
May 15, 2019
From left to right: Hillary Smith, the chief of staff for Student Senate; Peter Hart-Brinson, associate professor of sociology; Jeff Smith, organizer for Citizen Action Organizing Cooperative of Western Wisconsin; and Jeremy Gragert, city councilman for District 3.

‘Reclaim the UW’: students and faculty speak out against budget cuts

Story by Rachyl Houterman, News Editor
May 10, 2018
UW-Stevens Point is the most recent Wisconsin public university to announce it’s plans to cut back on several programs in the humanities.

In Memory of the Humanities

Story by Madeline Peterson, Staff Writer
March 13, 2018
Mike Rindo, the assistant chancellor for facilities and university relations, said the money will be used to increase the number of high-impact practices––such as internships or undergraduate research––that students experience before graduation.

Tuition increases for nonresident students

Story by Rachyl Houterman, News Editor
February 14, 2018
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