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A Tumultuous Day in the Middle East

MBS makes his move November 4th unleashed a whirlwind of events involving Saudi Arabia and the rest of the Middle East. The storm broke when Saudi Arabia’s Crown Prince Muhammad Continue Reading →

Christopher Kuo /December 11, 2017

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The Church: Islam and Christianity

During or around the year 570 A.D., a baby was born. This child was fairly ordinary at first, but he would completely alter the course of history, and the effects Continue Reading →

Brady Raccanello /December 11, 2017

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The Potcast

Greetings my fellow TPS students! Today, I, Nathanael Petucci, am proud to announce the creation of Clay Magazine’s very own podcast! What is The Clay Potcast? The Clay Potcast (pun intended) Continue Reading →

Jack Waters /December 5, 2017

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Explosion

South Africa is the scent of smoke that dances up into the sky from ochre brushfires. It’s the sound of a non-American football hitting a field that’s encased in million-dollar Continue Reading →

Sarah Shin /December 4, 2017

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Gabe Ratcliffe /November 27, 2017

After polishing off your third plate of turkey, mashed potatoes, and stuffing and reclining on your comfy couch, you probably picked up your remote control to catch the epic football Continue Reading →

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Sarah Shin /December 4, 2017

South Africa is the scent of smoke that dances up into the sky from ochre brushfires. It’s the sound of a non-American football hitting a field that’s encased in million-dollar Continue Reading →