Category Archives: Journalism

Racing Toward Justice with Trans Indian-American Alok Vaid-Menon

By Timika Miner A gender-nonconforming writer and performance artist joined UWEC’s Racing Toward Justice series on Tuesday evening to explore themes of gender, race, trauma, and belonging in an oppressive society. “I want to dedicate this event tonight to the … Continue reading

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Job Shadow: Claudine Galloway, Corporate Communications Manager

By Nandini Parikh Humans cause food waste, global starvation and greenhouse pollutants that deteriorate agricultural processes. Claudine Galloway, a corporate communications manager at General Mills, improves those areas through philanthropy. Galloway is an alum from the University of North Dakota … Continue reading

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Job Shadow: Briquelle Neyens, Digital Content Creator

By Timika Miner Briquelle Neyens graduated from UW-Eau Claire with a degree in Integrated Strategic Communications, Public Relations, and a minor in Psychology in May of 2018. Before pursuing a professional career, Briquelle had a great amount of on campus … Continue reading

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Job Shadow: Kathryn Phernetton, Anchor News 18

By Carly Swisher After seeing a post on Facebook for an anchoring position, while she had been reporting at just one station for five years, Kathryn Phernetton, is now the morning anchor for WQOW News 18.  Phernetton said that she … Continue reading

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Job Shadow: Elizabeth Dohms – Digital Content Producer at Wisconsin Public Radio

By Ta’Leah Van Sistine Throughout my journalistic experiences, I have immersed myself in solely print-based opportunities. It was only recently that I began to ponder the possibility of pursuing a career in radio. In contemplating whether I should seek job … Continue reading

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Job Shadow – Julian Emerson

By Madeline Fuerstenberg Julian Emerson, a University of Wisconsin – Eau Claire graduate, has worked at the Leader-Telegram for 24 years. The Leader-Telegram is Eau Claire’s primary daily newspaper. After graduating from UWEC, Emerson began working at a weekly newspaper … Continue reading

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Job Shadow – Ali Mundth

Job shadow: UWEC graduate returns to Eau Claire campus as study abroad coordinator By Ali Mundth What comes to mind at the mention of the words “study abroad”? Most college students probably think of glamorous destinations, exotic food, and, of … Continue reading

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Public Relations and Grant Writing Specialist Show the Power of [AND] in Action

By Rachel Clepper As graduation creeps closer for students, many frantically apply to any open positions in the hopes that they will have a job lined up for graduation. Annika Sorteberg was not one of those students. Sorteberg was a … Continue reading

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Job Shadow- Matt Peterson

By Rachel Schmidt The person that I shadowed was Matt Peterson. His official title is the Digital and Broadcast Programs Manager at the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire. He is employed by four different departments throughout the university. Peterson works with Housing, … Continue reading

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Local shelter rescues hurricane-stricken dogs

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By Annemarie Payson Following the hurricane destruction, the Chippewa County Humane Association took in 18 dogs from Texas that were in need of a permanent home. Only eight of the original 18 dogs remain in the shelter, as they prepare … Continue reading

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