The Clarion

Terrorism trancends race and religion

Patrick Kempfer, Opinion Editor December 10, 2015

The American people are losing a war they never knew existed, yet have been the greatest players in for decades. This is a war like any other, involving the rich against the even richer, using resources...

The family of Emily Lyons who donated seven organs to people throughout the midwest after a snowmobile accident in 2014.

Donor Sabbath promotes organ donation

Brighid Monahan, Staff Writer November 29, 2015

Started by the Department of Health and Human Services in 1997 as a part of the United States donation campaign, Donor Sabbath spans three days each year, where different religions throughout the U.S....

After September 11 Graphic

#afterseptember11 – giving a voice to the unnamed victims

Mouna Algahaithi, News Editor October 13, 2015

On September 11, amidst the memorial services and flashbacks of the World Trade Center attacks, Twitter exploded with the hashtag #afterseptember11. In less than 24 hours, over 50,000 accounts of racial...

Fundamentalism can be frightening if taken too far

Natalie Connors, Graphic Designer May 9, 2014

I wake up weeping. It’s the third time tonight, and the third night this week that I’ve been woken up from a hideous dream. I am only 8 years old, but already the voices of my parents are not as convincing...

Every faith has something to teach us

Daniel Herron, Multimedia Editor May 9, 2014

Spirituality is universal and essential. At our cores, we all have questions. We wonder about who we are, what we are and why we are here. We turn to science and philosophy to answer these questions, but...

Physics and the Bible

Daniel Herron, Multimedia Editor November 6, 2013

“You’ll find more wisdom in here than you will in there,” the older gentleman said. He attempted to hand me a pocket-sized New Testament re-done for the latest generation with a flashy green cover...

Load More Stories
Activate Search