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Chalkfest 2015 on the campus mall.
For the first time, the Eau Claire Marathon followed a course that took runners through the UW-Eau Claire campus.
Nearly two years in the making, the inaugural Eaux Claires Music & Arts Festival was deemed an unqualified success by fans and reviewers from across the globe.
Bill Underwood ’93 explains why he and husband Chris Everett have converted their country home into a venue and retreat for professional and aspiring artists.
Jahlieh Henderson ’10, a UW-Eau Claire special education graduate, works as a special educator at Columbus High School in Columbus.
Nestled in the rolling hills of western Wisconsin’s Dunn County just outside of Glenwood City is a 57-acre expanse of farmland, forest and restored prairie grasslands.
A recent UW-Eau Claire graduate with a passion for research and a natural ability to lead is among the 32 Americans named as 2015 Rhodes scholars.
Bon Iver’s incredible set had finished hours ago, but the work of packing thousand-foot cables, hundreds of lights and multimillion-dollar video screens was far from over.
Sage Albenali ’08, a UW-Eau Claire journalism graduate, and his wife, Silvia (Lozano) Albenali ’08, a mass communication graduate, grew up in different parts of the world, but found love in Eau Claire.
Jon Gadbois ’05, a UW-Eau Claire journalism graduate, was appointed Steven Point’s poet laureate in February 2015.
UW-Eau Claire psychology graduate and member of the women’s tennis team from 1982-84, participated in her fourth Olympic Winter Games as a sport psychology consultant in February 2014.
Peter Wilson ’86, a UW-Eau Claire management information systems graduate, struggled for several years to find his passion.
The Medical College of Wisconsin’s new Green Bay campus welcomed two recent UW-Eau Claire biology graduates to its inaugural class in July.
One UW-Eau Claire student and two recent university graduates have been offered 2015-16 Fulbright U.S.
A Blugold spent her summer studying in South Korea thanks to a prestigious international scholarship program that supports students interested in enhancing their global skills.
When Kelsey Stuttgen broke her leg in seventh grade, it set her on a course to not only graduate from college in three years but also to earn acceptance into one of the top biomedical research schools in the country.
Only the top science, math and engineering students in the country are considered for prestigious Goldwater scholarships, making it all the more impressive to find two UW-Eau Claire students listed among the 2015 winners.
“The Power of Possible.” That’s the theme of the UW-Eau Claire Foundation’s Centennial Campaign.
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