Sometimes the greatest attribute to a team is overlooked when people tell success stories. The most successful player or players are often in the
Dr. Laurie Occhipinti, anthropology professor and assistant dean of Arts, Education and Sciences at Clarion University of Pennsylvania, had a strong sense of wanderlust
The Clarion swimming and diving teams had three events this past weekend, hosting a diving meet against West Florida as well as a two-day
Minions – Hot! After watching “Despicable Me” a disgusting amount of times, the struggle is real to not fall in love with one of
Matt Catrillo: Super Bowl XLVIII was probably one of the most stunning Super Bowls anyone has ever seen. Its one thing to lose the
I revisited Edinburgh (or as the Scottish say, “Edinbur-uh”) this past weekend, and I cannot put into words how happy I was to return.
This past weekend at Memorial Stadium, the Clarion Golden Eagles took on the No. 27 ranked California (Pa.) Vulcans. CalU jumped on the board
With one game left in the season, the Golden Eagles posted a tie this past Tuesday at Mercyhurst 0-0. This brought Clarion to a
There are some unbelievable stories circulating around social media today. No actually, they’re unbelievable, as in you shouldn’t believe them.
Stories from satirical websites and chain mail are being shared by many users of Facebook and Twitter among others, prompting fear and urgency for others, or in my case, annoyance.
Author and poet Stephen Kuusisto gave an uplifting reading at Hart Chapel on Oct. 28. This reading marked the first chapter of the Mary