By Maggie Christianson On October 25th, 2017 the Edward and Cathy Gallagher Arts at Clarke series hosted A Night In Japan in Jansen Music Hall. The event, starting at 7:00pm, began with music ensembles from Clarke under the direction of Andrew Alegria and David Resnick and concluded Tsukasa Taiko’s Japanese drumming performance. Alongside these acts, the series provided food options ranging from sushi to matcha white chocolate mousse before the event at … Continue reading A Delicious and Melodious Night in Japan
By Mariah Pellino They have been running fast, training hard, and preparing all season for their upcoming meet. The Clarke Men and Women’s Cross Country teams are awaiting the most anticipated race of their season: conference. Their conference meet will take place on November fourth in Baldwin City Kansas. The results of this meet decide what teams and individuals will continue their seasons onto Nationals … Continue reading Men’s and Women’s Cross Country Express Optimism for Conference and Great Overall Season
Check out this video by Maggie Christianson and Lauryn Pritchard if you woke up this morning with the realization that you have no costume for the holiday. These makeup tutorials will help you with that last second Halloween costume, using the materials you already have in your room (and maybe from a quick Target run). Continue reading Quick After Class Halloween Costumes With Makeup
Life is not about attaining perfection, rather, it is about embracing your imperfections and growing to be the best version of yourself. As human beings, we are wedged right in the center of all these ideas of what perfection is. We are influenced by these outlandish ideas of what beauty, happiness, and love are supposed to be. These images flood our daily lives distorting our … Continue reading Perfection?
With the fall season in full gear, door decorations are becoming more and more popular. The festive decorations can range anywhere from simple caution tape for Halloween to vibrant garlands and wreaths of leaves. For my first year, both as a college student and decorating my door, I chose decorations more on the fall spectrum. Here’s what I used on my door: Two garlands Burlap … Continue reading DIY Autumn Door Decorations
Summer of 2017 seems like a distant memory now, doesn’t it? We’ve already been back in school for a few weeks and loaded with homework. But some of us worked hard all summer too, furthering our education for our future careers. I’ll admit I enjoyed many days with my toes dipped in the pool and soaking up the sun. My dear friend, Zoey Weber, a … Continue reading Zoey Weber: Saving Lives in Texas
What is it like walking away from everything you’ve ever known? What happens when we leave behind the people, the places, and everything else that once composed the entirety of your life? What does it take to break out of your comfort zone? How do you take the next step? I kept asking myself these questions. I was so puzzled by the idea that an … Continue reading Taking Chances