Book Review: The News Sorority

By Kayla Johnston I was recently asked to read Sheila Weller’s The News Sorority for a Global Journalism class. The book details the personal and professional journeys to news media fame of Diane Sawyer, Christiane Amanpour and Katie Couric. For anyone, but especially journalism students and extra-especially women, this book is a motivational account of

From the Desk of the EIC: Farewell

By Kaity Bergquist After eight semesters of being a part of student newspapers, I am soon to be retiring. This is my last issue as Editor in Chief of the Clause, and it’s bittersweet. I’m relieved to have survived this semester, but I’m also sad to be leaving behind my staff and great experiences. I’ve

Photojournalism envy

By Gina Ender I am consistently in awe of really quality photography and design. As a journalist, my goal is to create in reader’s minds what a visual can do instantly. My problem is, and I am sure other writers feel similarly, that it is often hard to limit myself to one photo. It may


ULead prompts students to take leadership positions

Students of the Divinity Program hold a discussion with students of color

  • APU stands up for its sisters

  • Aja Grant wins Final Cut 2017

  • King & Queen of the Zu

  • APU introduces its very own food truck on campus