Acoustic Café attracts all ages

Aja St. Germaine, Arts and Entertainment Editor

May 4, 2015

Filed under News, Reviews, Student Life

As any true EauClarian should know, The Acoustic Cafe makes some of the best sandwiches around. In fact, even readers of Volume One, the local cultural magazine, voted so. With the motto, “Let no one hunger for lack of a better...

“Unbroken”: A Tale of Times Past

Caterina Fromm, Reporter

February 6, 2015

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“Unbroken,” is a movie about devotion, strength and pure will to survive. The brilliant director of this movie was Angelina Jolie. It’s rated PG 13, and viewed at the Downtown Cinemas in Eau Claire on Saturday, Jan. 18. “Unbroken”...

1989: A good year to be a Taylor Swift Fan

Bergen Phelps, Social Media Editor

February 6, 2015

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Although many Taylor Swift fans probably were not alive yet in 1989, it must have been a good year based on her newest album, which was released Oct. 27, 2014. The album is a completely different genre than her past music; the...

Interstellar is out of this world

Austin Giedd, Editor

November 24, 2014

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I watched “Interstellar” Nov. 8 at Carmike Cinemas. I really enjoyed the film and feel that people who are 13 years old or people who enjoy movies which require a high level of thinking, would like this movie. Interstellar...

“The Walking Dead,” Season Four, Episode 14 reviewed

Caterina Fromm, Opinions Editor

October 29, 2014

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I watched “The Walking Dead,” season four, episode 14, rated TV 14 on my home TV using Netflix Oct. 10, 2014. The director, Michael Edison Satrazemi, is surprising yet admirable. “The Walking Dead” is not only an action-filled,...

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