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Want S’more Coffee?

By Kelyn Struiksma Starbucks just announced their newest Frappuccino flavor – s’mores, the ooey-gooey favorite for all campers. On April 28, coffee enthusiasts will be able to delight in what Starbucks describes as a “nostalgic summer experience of roasting.” The beverage will have a sweet, marshmallow whipped cream base, a layer of chocolate sauce and

Who Runs the World? Emma Watson.

By Kelyn Struiksma Emma Watson continues to make headlines and her achievements are only adding to her already impressive resume. Watson was named the “Most Outstanding Woman of 2015,” according to AskMen, an online site dedicated to empowering young men. The 24-year-old, who started her career as the smart and confident Hermione Granger in J.K.

Letter to the Editor

written by Kevin Kirkbride After reading the opinion article by Jessie Gomez in a past issue of The Clause, I was thoroughly outraged by the one-sidedness of the writing. In response, I would like to share my own views on “white privilege.” To begin, it is unfair and offensive to stereotype all “white” people into

The power of Starbucks’ sharpies

By Kelyn Struiksma Last week, Starbucks attempted to address the racial inequality that exists in the United States. However, the efforts and encouragement of CEO Howard Schultz have come to an end and the caps of the black sharpies have been put on after a memo announcement this past Sunday. On Sunday, March 15, Starbucks

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