This past week the Clarion Golden Eagles softball team took on Indiana University of Pennsylvania in a doubleheader.
In game one, starting pitcher freshman Paige Baker pitched a scoreless outing throwing five innings and allowing just two hits.
It is not often that a sports legend makes a visit to Clarion University. On Thursday, April 17, the Fellowship of Christian Athletes were honored to welcome retired Steelers linebacker Jon Kolb, to speak about his football career and life experience, rooted and built upon his strong and undying faith.
Director of Campus Ministries Marty Martinosky, said he was thrilled to welcome Kolb to the Fellowship of Christian Athletes, also known as FCA, to its weekly Thursday meetings. But how does a former Super Bowl Champion relate to campus
The weather is finally starting to get nice, and the baseball fields are starting to dry up.
The men’s baseball team was scheduled to have eight games in five days over the weekend.
They were only able to get in six of those eight games.
From March 30 to April 3, the Clarion University Model United Nations delegation set on a journey to New York City where a delegation of students represented Clarion University at the National Model United Nations Conference.
A parade of faculty, students and community members filled the room at the Clarion University’s Board of Trustees meeting Thursday, April 17.
Many of the attendants voiced their concerns during the public comment session over the university’s Workforce Plan along with the direction that the university is heading.
Five students attended the National Regional Honors Council conference in Niagara Falls, NY, which was the first of it’s kind for Clarion University.
The conference was held from April 3-6 and allowed the five students to present their research projects, which primarily focused on the honors program and had been accepted officially this past week.
If you ask Gery Trentham, one of the two creators of “The Color of Apology,” the performance art piece that premiered Friday April 18 in the Marwick Boyd Little Theatre, he would describe it as “something you’ve never seen before.”
Trentham has been working on the show for over three years now with Clarion professor and fellow artist Kaersten Colvin-Woodruff. It came to Clarion as a workshop wherein the creators spent the week working with students to prepare and then put on the performance. Some of the involved students were senior Christian Ryan who stage directed, junior Megan Bodish who designed the lights and junior Hank Bullington who was the projection and sound technician.
When 50 twenty-something men and women are willing to pack themselves into a balmy, dimly lit living room that can barely contain the noise of thundering drums and amps, one thing is for certain: Clarion’s local music scene is anything but lifeless.
15 Shady Ave., the house within which countless indie and punk rock bands have thrashed and wailed through chilling Clarion nights, played host to a trio of musical acts on Thurs., April 17. Roughly 50 Clarion undergraduate students, alumni and out-of-town punks gathered to witness one of the final shows hosted by the residents of 15 Shady before semester’s end.
Clarion University’s theatre department will present “Moving Forward: A Dance Theatre Production” this Friday, April 25 and Saturday, April 26 at 8 p.m. in the Marwick Boyd Auditorium. Tickets are $12 for adults, $9 for children 12 and under and free for Clarion University students with a valid student ID.
Dance instructor Drew Leigh Williams is the creator, director and choreographer of this week’s theatre production. Williams graduated from Clarion University in 2008 with a BFA in Musical Theatre. She began working as a professor at Clarion last August.