The Clarion

Hookup Culture Illustration

Hookup culture and P.C. sex

Patrick Kempfer, Opinion Editor February 3, 2016

We have a big problem in this country. Young people are not receiving adequate information that will give them the knowledge and the aptitude required of them to make confident, sound decisions that...

Love in the time of social media

Brett Stoeger, Broadcast Editor February 19, 2015

It’s Valentine’s Day. Cupid hovers above a drowsy class of students, carefully deciding which two will be on the receiving end of this year’s arrows of love. A familiar scene with a contemporary...

Relationships in recovery can be destructive

Pat Kempfer, Copy Editor February 19, 2015

I have found a home in the recovery community of the Madison area. The reason I appreciate this particular community of people is because they were elemental in saving my life from the destructive patterns...

There’s help for people in abusive relationships

Daniel Herron, Multimedia Editor March 10, 2014

Sometimes, we leap before we look. Biology overrides logic, and we fall for someone that ends up being bad for us. Love may not be blind, but it is dumb. Most of us find ourselves, at least once in...

International and American students can struggle to find common ground

Ilham, Staff writer February 20, 2013

You might not think of school as a lonely place; not with so many people milling around and so many interesting things to do. In a recent study, Elisabeth Gareis, an associate professor of communication...

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