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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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UW-Eau Claire Women’s Basketball: Parent’s Night

By Kassy Wolfe Despite out shooting the Duhawks from both the field and from the three-point line, the Blugolds fell short with a score of 79-76. After an evenly matched first quarter, Loras surged ahead in the second to take … Continue reading

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Pumpkins, plants, and puppies, oh my!

By Grace Olson Down to Earth is a family owned Garden center located in Eau Claire on 6025 Ardnt Lane. They also have a shop The Mustard Seed Boutique and a cafe, The Five and Two Cafe. DTE was created … Continue reading

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Climate scientist advises thinking locally about climate change

By Rebecca Mennecke Climate change is a topic that often provokes people to think of polar bears and melting ice caps in Antarctica, but a noted climate change scientist said people need to think about climate change on a personal … Continue reading

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Scientist talks about future hope for climate change

By Hayley Jacobson Climate change is real and affects us all, but we still have time to reverse it, a noted climate scientist said Wednesday night. “Global warming is one symptom… global weirding is more accurate” said Katharine Hayhoe, a … Continue reading

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Hope is the key to fighting public apathy on climate change

By Peter Martin People aren’t apathetic to climate change because they are unaware of it, but because they are wary of the action that must be taken to combat it, a prominent climate scientist said Wednesday night. “We don’t believe … Continue reading

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Fixing climate change means learning to talk about it

By Anna Sveiven Uncommon snow fall and icy conditions on an April day set the scene for a speech about global warming from an atmospheric scientist. “Climate change effects where we live,” said Katharine Hayhoe, a political science professor at … Continue reading

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Talking about climate change will help fix it

By Erin Liebeck Climate change is a threat multiplier, said an atmospheric scientist who believes that climate change will continue to affect the planet if something isn’t done about it soon. “The number one thing we need to do is … Continue reading

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Climate scientist offers tips on ways to discuss climate change

By Lea Kopke As an April snowstorm fell, a crowd of 250 gathered at the University of Wisconsin – Eau Claire to listen to a climate scientist speak about the impacts of climate change, on both a local and global … Continue reading

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An author shares the history of hoaxes and fake news at the 76th Forum Series

By Kenz Walters We are in the age of the horrific hoax, said Kevin Young during a speech on the rise of hoaxes and fake news. “There was that democratic pleasure, where you could decide for yourself. But what’s sort … Continue reading

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