The Clarion

Library staff fondly recalls holiday traditions

Renee Anhalt, Librarian December 10, 2015

Holidays are instilled with traditions shared by family and friends. Here’s a glimpse of how the library staff celebrates the holidays … For many years, someone was always gifted a box of chocolates...

Ugly sweaters aren’t just for Drake

Bailey Ayres, Sports Editor November 29, 2015

Every Thanksgiving, my cousins and I raid our Grandmothers’ attics for vintage Christmas-style sweaters. We do this in search of the perfect ugly sweater for that ugly sweater Christmas party we are...

How ugly can it get

Bells, sequins, Santas, make an ugly sweater

Marisa Comeau-Kerege, Arts Editor December 10, 2014

It’s the time of year again for trees, lights and a mass amount of holiday goodies.  But what do we know about the new fad sweeping the nation, The Ugly Christmas Sweater? This icon of the hipster...

Working to make the holidays happier

Onawa Powell, Staff writer November 6, 2013

Every year on the evening of Dec. 24, a jolly fat fellow is rumored to leave gifts under trees in homes across the United States. For some, gifts will not be given for religious reasons, but many others...

Off the shelf: banish holiday blues

Shelley Peschel, Librarian December 4, 2012

While the upcoming holidays may have some people singing carols, others are singing the holiday blues. Unfortunately, this time of year can be stressful and depressing for many people, and that feeling...

Christmas on the rocks

Christmas on the rocks

Evan Kingstad, Staff Writer December 4, 2012

“What do we want, Santas?” “Beer!” “When do we want it?” “Now!” This was the battle cry of a legion of hammered Clauses on Dec. 1 at Santacon 2012. No, it is not the Santa...

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