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We Do, They Do, That’ll Do: Dating and Marriage Customs in Ethiopia

On Valentine’s Day one typically thinks of hearts, chocolates, and flowers; a holiday to celebrate love and romance. This year though, Sinclair definitely stretched my mind with a presentation on…

The War on Modern-Day Slavery

Human trafficking, otherwise known as modern-day slavery. Those words represent a scourge that has troubled the world for generations. Representing a multitude of crimes and societal ills, few terms instill…

Your Voice: Balancing Faith and Education During Ramadan

In the month of Ramadan, Muslim students face the unique challenge of balancing the demands of their studies and religious obligations. But unlike in Muslim-majority countries where the entire calendar…

The Clarion Reviews: Parasite

Sinclair often hosts free screenings of films and documentaries, followed by a brief discussion. On Wednesday, Jan. 31, students and faculty were treated to the film “Parasite,” which was released…

Visions of a Vanished World

Few eras are as studied and beloved as ancient Greece. It’s hard to quantify just how much of an impact her timeless myths and ancient ruins have had. Down to…

Black History is Bigger Than a Month

Black History Month is an annual celebration held in February of each year to honor the achievements of African Americans and their role in shaping the history of the United…