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Candy hearts aren’t as sweet as you thought

Candy hearts aren’t as sweet as you thought

Zach Hundrieser, Media Editor
February 16, 2016
Filed under Lifestyles

“I luv u” “Be mine” “Hey cutie” are just some of the messages you see on candy hearts. I don’t know about you, but candy hearts are something I abhor. I am disgusted by every time I see one. I look at it, then crush it, with my foot. After I crush it, I spit on it. If I ever see someone...

Valentine’s Day Gift Guide

Isabel Hughes & Alexia Kingzette, Staff Reporter & Story Editor
February 13, 2016
Filed under Lifestyles

Valentine’s Day. A day hated by most and loved by some. A day to show your favorites just how much you care. But showing how much you care can be difficult, and expensive. Here is a simple gift guide to help you along those rough patches, you don’t want to become one to hate this Hallmark Holiday. ...

All Aboard the Bandwagon

All Aboard the Bandwagon

Dennis Ryan, Staff Reporter
February 4, 2016
Filed under Lifestyles, Opinion

Comic books are one of the coolest forms of writing and art. Using superb storytelling mixed with fantastic art is a delicious combo, much like the Big Daddy Cheeseburger (cheeseburger + gyro). Such a winning formula would attract a lot of fans, right? Kind of. A lot of people walk around wearing shir...

Do you love yourselfie?

Do you love yourselfie?

Galen Alaks, Web Editor
January 20, 2016
Filed under Features, Lifestyles

Do you love yourself? Do you have some fantastic selfies? Do you want those to be seen on the front page of the Clarion? Well, once again, Clarion is allowing its wide readership to show how much they love their selfies by presenting their pictures on the front page of Clarion's Valentine's Day issue! Interested...

How to survive Krampus

How to survive Krampus

Zach Hundrieser, Media/Layout Editor
December 16, 2015
Filed under Lifestyles, Top Stories

Continued from the Clarion hardcopy... When I was approached to write this story, I was weary. I was lost in a state of shock and confusion, wandering deep inside the bowels of thought. What were those thoughts, you ask? Thoughts of how. How could one survive the most brutal, soul shivering, vile, m...

Where to go this weekend? The Batting Cage!

Where to go this weekend? The Batting Cage!

Pawaran Kai Mongkhonkham, Staff Reporter
December 7, 2015
Filed under Lifestyles, Top Stories

Editor’s Note: Pawaran “Kai” Mongkhonkham is a junior foreign exchange student from Thailand who recently watched his first American playoff baseball series. The following article reflects the impact that experience had on him. Please follow Kai’s articles this year as he explores American cultu...

Christmas Commercials: harmless fun, or potential doomsayer?

Christmas Commercials: harmless fun, or potential doomsayer?

Connor Robey, Staff Reporter
December 3, 2015
Filed under Lifestyles, Opinion, Top Stories

Ah yes, Halloween season has come to an end, and pumpkin spice has temporarily retired for the rest of the year. But of course, when you get rid of one enemy, an even more lethal one will take its place. This ever increasing threat seems to be more prevalent as each year passes. I am speaking of the dr...

The Dos and Don’ts of Homecoming 2015

The Dos and Don’ts of Homecoming 2015

Morgan DiVittorio, Story Editor
September 29, 2015
Filed under Features, Homecoming 2015-16, Lifestyles, Top Stories

Homecoming 2015 is quickly arriving and there’s some proper etiquette that you should follow. Do: Participate in dress up days! They’re the few days a year you can dress like a fool and no one can say anything about it. Plus, it’s fun dressing up with all of your friends to win spirit poin...

High school in another country

High school in another country

Pawaran Kai Mongkhonkham, Staff Reporter
September 28, 2015
Filed under Lifestyles, Top Stories

Do you feel like your high school’s boring? Do you want to see what a high school is like in another country? Are they any different than a high school in the U.S.? Being a foreign exchange student from Thailand, I am able to answer these questions.   The High School that I’m going...

SpaghettiO’s make me go SpaghettiOhOhOh

SpaghettiO’s make me go SpaghettiOhOhOh

Zach Hundrieser, Media/Layout Editor
September 21, 2015
Filed under Lifestyles, Top Stories

Guess who’s back, back again. Zach is back. Tell a friend. Zach is also going to spread the good word of SpaghettiO’s. SpaghettiO’s? Yes, my friend, SpaghettiO’s. You may be wondering to yourself, “Zach, out of all the foods you can rant and rave about, why did you choose SpaghettiO’s?...

Weird of the Web: Art

Weird of the Web: Art

Nick Rogoz, Staff Reporter
May 19, 2015
Filed under Lifestyles

WARNING: CONTAINS FLASHING IMAGES What it is: It's pretty self explanatory. It's beauty personified. It's art, and if you're unable to see why, I implore you to look deeper. The worm creature represents us, and the shaking represents all the troubles we go through in life. The worm is resilient,...

My brain is cracklin’ for oats

My brain is cracklin’ for oats

Zach Hundrieser, Lifestyles Editor
April 27, 2015
Filed under Lifestyles

Human beings have radically evolved over the past 10,000 years. Back then, the wheel was being invented. Giant animals roamed the lands. There were cavemen bravely fending off dinosaurs with only sticks and rocks. Cavemen had long cool beards, and didn’t have a concept of hygiene. But most importantly,...

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