The Clarion is the official student newspaper of the University of Denver, serving as the Voice of the Pioneers. Founded in 1899, it covers campus and local stories with the highest level of journalistic integrity possible. 1000 copies are distributed each Wednesday afternoon (throughout the academic year) across the DU campus, and every article is also published right here at duclarion.com. The Clarion does not necessarily reflect the opinions of the faculty, staff and/or administration of DU, and the opinions expressed by columnists and contributing writers do not necessarily reflect those of the Clarion.
joining the clarion:
The Clarion is open to contributors of all years and majors at DU, including both undergraduate and graduate students. There’s no application necessary; all you have to do is show up to one of our weekly meetings, which are held every Monday at 6 p.m. (during the academic year) in Driscoll Underground. Can’t make it to a meeting? Send us an email and we’ll do everything we can to get you published.
Write to us:
The Clarion welcomes Letters to the Editor. Those who submit letters must limit them to 500 words. Some letters may not be published because of space limitations, libelous content or similarity to past submissions. All submissions must be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org on or before the Friday before the Monday print deadline. All letters will go through an editorial process for clarity, grammar and spelling. Writers will be notified of edits and revised letters will not be published without the author’s consent. The Clarion reserves the right to reject advertising, stories, columns or Letters to the Editor that it deems graphic, obscene or that discriminate on the basis of race, culture, gender or sexual orientation.