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Four Ways To Keep The Spirit Of Hispanic Heritage Month Alive Throughout The Year

Hispanic heritage month has come and gone but for those of us hoping to keep the Latin flame burning throughout the year all is not lost. From literature to music,…

Horror Fans Receive Masterclass In Genre Writing From Tim Waggoner

Halloween is just around the corner and for fans of the horror genre at the downtown campus, Sinclair’s English Department lined up the perfect event to get their thrills in…

Diversity Office Hosts Talk About Country’s Social Turmoil

Last Thursday, on October 19, the Diversity Office of Sinclair gathered students and faculty alike in room 7-006 to sit down and discuss why America is currently considered a nation…

Sinclair Professor Receives Emeritus Award

For professors one of the biggest awards they can get during their stent is the Professor Emeritus. I recently was able to ask Donna Fletcher who was recently awarded Professor…

Horrifying Hits: Renfield

‘Nicholas Cage as Dracula’. Those words alone are enough to pique even the most ardent critic’s interest. As a lifelong fan of the legendary performer, his recent catalogue of movies…

The Clarion Reviews: ‘The Tuner of Silences’

written by Mia Couto and translated from Portuguese by David Brookshaw. Few writers or poets have had the impact that Mia Couto has had on me in recent years. His…