It’s been a tough start for Clarion women’s basketball this season under first-year head coach Jana Ashley. With only one win to this point, it was already going to be a huge uphill battle for this team to turn things around. But now they’ll have to do it without one of the team’s best players.
If you’ve ventured anywhere since Halloween you know it’s almost Christmas, and for that matter you might want to get to the store shortly after the New Year to get your Fourth of July decorations before everybody else does.
Before I go any further, let me give this disclaimer: I am not a Grinch; I do not hate the Christmas season. Now that that’s out of the way, I will say that I do hate the vast over-commercialization of Christmas that has taken over society in the past 10 years or so
The Clarion University Athletics Task Force team, made up of representatives from the athletic department, gave its final recommendations to Clarion University President Karen
One of the best parts of study abroad has been the numerous day trips I have gone on. During the past two weekends, I
The students of the Clarion International Association (CINTA) hosted “Celebrate the Nations” Friday, Nov. 21. This annual event featured performances and food from around
Local production company Renaissance Men was founded in 2013 by Clarion University English major Todd Crawford and business owner Randy Shick. It stemmed from
“The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 1” soundtrack was released Nov. 17. The motion picture soundtrack, produced by Republican Records, complements the third installment in
Andrew McDermott: Well, the college football regular season is almost over. All that is left are the conference championship and bowl games. This year
The latest album from alternative rock/post-grunge band the Foo Fighters is one with an interesting concept and is worth listening to. “Sonic Highways” marks
Last week, there was no episode, but episode seven of “American Horror Story: Freak Show” was mostly focused on Del. Del is back in