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

The official student newspaper of University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire since 1923.

The Spectator

Dave Minor, Eau Claire Area Chamber of Commerce President/CEO, and Jennifer McHugh as she accepts her award. (Photo used with permission from the Eau Claire Area Chamber of Commerce)

Jennifer McHugh named Volunteer of the Year

Story by Isabella Matczak, Staff Writer
February 24, 2024
This public event welcomed all ages to come appreciate the art and encouraged people to add to the collection while they visited.

Art for Racial Justice

Story by Isabella Matczak, Staff Writer
February 14, 2024
Erdmann said buying a Santa Paw can seem like a very small thing, but spending $5 or $10 on a Santa Paw makes a world of difference for the animals and staff at the shelter.

Santa Paws Kickoff 2022

Story by Maggie O'Brien, Freelance Writer
November 21, 2022
A display advertising the Chippewa valley book festival in the McIntyre Library

Chippewa valley book festival 2022

Story by Maggie O'Brien, Freelance Writer
October 18, 2022
Empower Eau Claire is based on fostering equity, diversity and inclusion in the community, and empowering residents to get involved in local government.

Voting for Empower Eau Claire has begun

Story by Maddie Kasper, Editor-in-Chief
May 11, 2022
Around 100 volunteers participated in Global Youth Service Day on Saturday.

ECLIPSE students participate in day of service

Story by Lea Kopke, Freelance Writer
April 17, 2019
On Wednesday, AIESEC hosted a “Global Village,” where interested students were given an opportunity to learn about volunteer programs in Romania, Thailand and Peru.

AIESEC helps students go global

Story by Clara Neupert, Currents Editor
November 16, 2017
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