The Clarion

Its time to stop falling back

It’s time to stop falling back

Kelly Feng, Managing Editor November 23, 2022

This month, the same day clocks turned back an hour because of daylight saving time, my friend’s son was involved in a car accident. He was driving from Indiana to Illinois when his vehicle was involved...

Take steps to take care of yourself during the challenging winter months

Take steps to take care of yourself during the challenging winter months

Camryn Gardner, Staff Writer November 23, 2022

For some, the colder weather and shorter days may not be such a daunting thought. After all, the holiday season is approaching and there can be a lot of comfort in that. But for others, the inevitable...

My take on the controversy over CRT

Ebenezer Idowu, Jr., Staff Writer November 23, 2022

Critical race theory, commonly known as CRT, has become a controversial topic over the last couple of years. From widespread reports of CRT-induced indoctrination of grade-school students to parents, both...

Sets of clay cuffs are in Valeria Tateras exhibit, Blood Memories, on display in the Truax Gallery through Nov. 18.

Native to Native: Art Activism

T Clearwater , Staff Writer November 9, 2022

Madison College is hosting a show from an Indigenous activist who uses art as her medium for the majority of November, or as we Indigenous folks call it, Native November. The artist, Valeria Tatera, has...

How stronger hurricanes are damaging our infrastructure

Cisco Garcia , Staff Writer November 9, 2022

It has been about a month since the landfall of Hurricane Ian, which left many in the Fort Worth area of Florida displaced. Of course, due to the damage in that area, now they must rebuild. Hurricane Ian...

Indigenous Peoples Day celebration

T Clearwater November 9, 2022

I enjoyed this year’s Indigenous Peoples Day in ways I never have before. Most significant to me over all is that I am part of the school’s Native American Student Association (NASA) and I really...

Fighting to save the Indian Child Welfare Act

T Clearwater , Staff Writer November 9, 2022

On Nov. 9, the U.S. Supreme Court will be hearing a case challenging ICWA – the same court the overturned Roe V. Wade. For those who are unfamiliar with ICWA, it stands for Indian Child Welfare Act.  This...

What issues are on your mind heading into the election.

There are many reasons to vote

Camryn Gardner , Staff Writer October 27, 2022

The midterm election is coming up on Tuesday, Nov. 8. While the midterms typically get less of a voting turnout than the presidential elections, it’s still a pivotal election that shouldn’t be slept...

Don’t just ignore the election

Lillian Coppelman, Editor In Chief October 27, 2022

As voting season starts, many students may find themselves questioning whether they should blindly vote or not vote at all. Voting is a significant role that anyone eligible should do, especially when...

The newly installed Progress Flag is at the end of State Street near the Capitol Square in Madison.

Pride in the Center

T Clearwater, Staff Writer October 27, 2022

I am always so glad to live downtown by the Wisconsin State Capitol, and I do for many purposes. One of my more recent pleasant discoveries was when I was leaving the downtown library to go home. My path...

Inflation creates a heavy burden

Inflation is a heavy burden

Ebenezer Idowu, Jr., Staff Writer October 14, 2022

Inflation. What comes to mind when you hear that word? Chances are, you’ve looked in the news and seen alarmingly high inflation levels which do not seem to be getting much better. You may have gone...

New speed limit signs going up

Slowing down can save lives

Taleise Lawrence, Assistant Editor October 14, 2022

Everyone wants to get where they’re going, but at what cost? It’s so important to keep safety in mind when driving, even if it comes at the cost of getting somewhere a few minutes slower, especially...

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