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By Kenzie Mueller A typical Monday for Sara Axness begins with a morning meeting to discuss the week’s events, followed by a brainstorming session to think of new leads, and, if there is time, a lunch break before dashing off to a client meeting. As the afternoon rolls around, a second, if not third cup
By Alyssa Layton Once spring comes around that means softball is starting. Rain or shine, the passion on and off the field is something that the Johnson Creek Softball program does not take lightly according to coaches and fans. Dean Herman became the head coach in 2015 and changed the softball program. Herman has been
By Rachyl Houterman From what was once a high school dream, one owner of the downtown Eau Claire arts collective, Tangled Up In Hue, made her dream of owning her own business a reality when she and her business partner opened the store in 2009. Jamie Kyser and Erin Klaus had the initial vision of
By Gabriel Lagarde Reporter Gabe Lagarde sat down with local educators to discuss the controversial appointment of Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos and what it means for local schools, both the public institutions and the voucher programs in the city of Eau Claire. While both men agreed DeVos’ influence is expected to be small, the
By Gabriel Lagarde Music and Community. These two themes formed the heart of the 2016 International Folk Fair and, by 4 p.m. Sunday, 25 different cultural groups and 2000 visitors packed the Davies Center in order to celebrate. Our reporter, Gabe Lagarde, visited the event and sat down with performers, club members and organizers to
On the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire’s campus just 10 percent of students are of color according to the admissions office. Of that 10 percent, many are Southeast Asian students looking to live within U.S. society all while maintaining their cultural roots. One way students strive to maintain these roots, are through programs and events highlighting and promoting their
When they first began stand-up comedy at The Plus, Clear Water Comedy Club members Jordan Duroe and Christina Wolff remember their small post in the corner of the restaurant. Duroe recalls the initial crowds, and credits the Eau Claire community’s devotion to the arts for the growth in support. Now, between 30-40 people attend each event
The University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire’s Forensics team is one of the most accomplished organizations the campus has to offer. By holding national titles and winning tournaments more than 30 years in a row, the team has focused a lot of time and energy to be the best they can be. Their years of success continue
By Gabriel Lagarde Members of the UW-Eau Claire came together for the first Robert Frost Celebration of Poetry. Monday’s event in the Dakota Ballroom served as the awards ceremony for the UW-Eau Claire Centennial Poetry Competition featuring cash prizes for the winning entries from a number of past and present Blugolds. The event also showcased the
By Jack Martinek Last weekend, the University of Wisconsin Eau Claire and Eau Claire Jazz, Inc., brought the city and the campus together for a two day jazz experience. The 52nd Jazz Festival filled multiple venues with competitions between college, high school, and middle schools bands of every size, and had dozens of performances by
The Viennese Ball that took place April 7 and 8 at the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire provided attendees with the chance to dance while listening to polka, jazz and symphony orchestra music. Many aspects of the event hold fast to the first ball in 1974.
The University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire men’s basketball season had an impressive season this year, prompting many to look back on the “glory days” of Blugold Men’s basketball. It was a time that saw many pro-bound players and countless titles won. It was the era of head coach Ken Anderson. Inside Eau Claire’s Bree Meier, has the