UAB hosts Zen craft night
As many students have learned in health class, stress is the No. 1 obstacle standing in the way of a college student’s academic achievement. With the semester coming to a close and stress mounting to pull up grades and start thinking about studying for finals, the Clarion UAB provided some relief.
The UAB offered students the opportunity to pot a bamboo plant or create their own zen garden at the craft series, “Get Your Zen On,” Thursday, April 4. Jenae Van Doorne, arts chair of the Arts Committee,… [continue reading]
Three Clarion athletes named PSAC Top 10 winners
College students carry tremendous amounts of weight on their shoulders on a day-to-day basis.
Adding any type of extracurricular activity to that weight could make it a little more difficult for anyone.
This makes it easy to believe that in no way is it easy balancing one or two sports while still trying to maintain a high honor grade point average.
Three athletes at Clarion University make it look so easy, and hard to believe that it’s not difficult at all.
Junior Mike Kromka, sophomore… [continue reading]
Face Off: Who are the biggest MLB surprises?
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Zach Greinke’s brawl-induced broken collarbone; Justin Upton’s offensive eruption in Atlanta; the star-studded Blue Jays’ lackadaisical start; The 2013 Major League Baseball regular season is but a few weeks old, but baseball fans are quickly being fed their share of shocking surprises.
Fans greatly anticipated seeing how potential juggernauts such as the Toronto Blue Jays, Los Angeles Angels and Atlanta Braves would fare throughout the first, sloppy weeks of the… [continue reading]