The Clarion

Weapons and protests shouldn’t mix

Chris Bird, Managing Editor September 17, 2020

The shootings that occurred during the Kenosha protest on Aug. 25th have sparked a great deal of confusion, anger, and sadness. We still don’t have any closure on the details of the...

Artist Shiloah Symone Coley while working on the mural which now stands on N. Fairchild St at the side of the Overture Galleries building. Her art is inspired by Aiyana Mo’Nay Stanley and Cameron Tillman who as children were murdered by police forces and stories went untold.

Preserving downtown murals

Eimy Gonzalez, Staff Writer September 3, 2020

Since May 31, as a part of the peaceful protest of the Black Lives Matter Movement, art has stood along the streets of Downton Madison. This initiative was developed by Madison Arts Program Administrator...

Protester hold signs supporting Althea Bernstein and the Black Lives Matter Movement

Protest against attack on Madison woman

Chris Bird, Managing Editor September 2, 2020

Protesters gathered at Edgewood College for a walk out and march down Monroe Street on July 1, to speak out against the attack against Althea Bernstein.  According to the incident report by the...

Death of George Floyd sparks movement against systemic racism

Hailey Griffin, Arts Editor September 2, 2020

Today marks exactly three months and six days since George Floyd was killed. It is not the first time that a black man has been killed by police in this country. But it is the first time in quite a while...

Unidentified agents are unaccountable

Chris Bird, Managing Editor August 31, 2020

Protests have been happening across the country against police misconduct and bias since May 26, the day after the death of George Floyd during an arrest. There have been incidents of violence and escalation...

Students protesting at the State Capitol rotunda in Madison earlier this month hold a banner proclaiming, “Black Lives Matter.”

Yes, Black Lives Matter

Patrick Kempfer, Copy Editor March 25, 2015

When we talk about the Black Community, and that Black Lives Matter, the immediate response from so many is the retort that “All Lives Matter.” The seriousness, urgency, and desperate call for help...

Letter to the Editor: Rushing plan prevents analysis of impact

Association of Career Employees February 23, 2011

Dear Editor, The Association of Career Employees (ACE) has served as a voice for civil service employees for nearly 30 years. ACE is not a union, but works to insulate the civil service from political...

Letter to the Editor: A week of protesting

Luciano Vignali February 23, 2011

Dear fellow students and teachers of Wisconsin,   It’s an amazing thing to see all these people from different parts of the country come together and lend a hand. I have been at this protest...

High tuition rates bring world-wide student response

Cristalyne Bell & Sarah Blaskey, Staff Writers January 12, 2011

As classes resume, students are again faced with the frustration of paying high tuition rates. Less governmental support for education due to the international economic crisis has led to budget cuts, tuition...

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