Protesters in the Madison, Wis. Women's March Jan. 21 carried numerous signs. Police estimated the crowd size as between 75,000 and 100,000 people. Photo courtesy of Kathryn Anderson.

We’re the Re-Sisters

February 3, 2017

Bernie Sanders’ free college plan sounds good, but will it really work?

Ashley Gadke

June 3, 2016

Vermont Sen. and Democrat candidate Bernie Sanders has taken a stance on the platform of free college and free tuition from the beginning of his democratic career. This position sounds good, free college for all students would...

Making the most out of Spring Break

Commentary by Martha Seymour, Campus Editor

March 20, 2016

Spring break is quickly approaching. Many are fleeing the Eau Claire area to go on vacation but if you aren’t, here are some tips on how to keep yourself busy and have fun! Start “Grey’s Anatomy” on Netflix- Although this option is...

Who will be our next President?

Ashley Gadke, Opinions Editor

March 7, 2016

  The 2016 presidential campaign has been, for many, one of the most interesting campaigns of U.S. history, with presidential candidates such as Donald Trump, Ted Cruz, Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders our next president...

The Best and the Worst of 2015

Macy Nystuen, Social Media Editor

January 27, 2016

2015 was full of interesting and diverse moments, some of which paved the way for the future. There were social movements, new laws, inventions, and more that influenced how we will remember 2015. This is my list of the best and...

Poetry Slam Club makes a safe place for self-expression

Rachel Walters, Reporter

October 15, 2015

Do you often find yourself writing down how you feel into a work of poetry or writing? Do you want to connect with people through your writing or even just listen to other people express their writing? If you answered yes to any...