At the onset of a new semester there is much to look forward to, particularly when it comes to the lineup the theatre department has put together.
This semester there will be two main stage shows put on by the department, both uniquely different than the other. The first, which will come the first week of March, will feature four short plays by Samuel Beckett called “Nothing Is Left to Tell.”
A week of art, performance and cultural themes will dominate Marwick-Boyd’s Little Theatre from April 12-18 for “The Colour of Apology,” a stage piece created by Canadian choreographer Gerry Trentham and Clarion University art professor Kaersten Colvin-Woodruff.
Gary Johnson, a Sylvan Beach, N.Y. native, recently performed on the Clarion University campus. On Jan. 15, the solo artist sang and played guitar live in Gemmell Food Court.
Johnson is a part of the National Association for Campus Activities. Unlike other musical performers, Johnson’s show was strictly by “text-request only,” which meant that members of theGary Johnson crowd were invited to send him text requests for which songs they wanted to hear, and he played them.
The University Activities Board held a rehearsal on Monday for its upcoming fashion show on April 4 at 8 p.m. in the Gemmell Multi-Purpose Room.
Jaelaun Moses, a senior communication major, is this year’s show director. Moses is the UAB Multicultural Committee chair head and worked as a coach in last year’s fashion show.
Carlson Library’s Art Gallery is set to close as a result of the Workforce Plan and plans are developing to create a new gallery in the area.
Clarion’s Workforce Plan published last semester saw cuts Art Meetingto various departments across the university, much to the annoyance of many students, including some within the art department.
At the end of the day when all is said and done, it’s defense that wins championships.
The Seattle Seahawks finished the regular season with the NFL’s No. 1 defense, giving up just an average of 273 yards per game.
Seattle will face its toughest challenge yet when they face off against the Denver Broncos, who boasted the NFL’s No. 1 offense.
The men’s swimming and diving team grabbed a victory over Edinboro 173-107 on Saturday.
The team was led by senior Derek Nelson, who won three events in the meet.
Freshman Ben Spencer, junior James Robichaud, and seniors Royce Tipper and Heath Calhoun each won twice to help lead the team.
The Golden Eagles men’s basketball team played host to Edinboro this past Saturday.
Edinboro was 8-10 (1-7 PSAC West) going into the game and Clarion checked in at 3-12 (1-7 PSAC West).
The game was tight early on with the Golden Eagle trailing by 2 with 6:18 left in the first half.
The close game didn’t last long though due to the Fighting Scot’s went on a 17-0 run to end the half, putting Clarion down 44-27 going into the locker room.