Clare Clarke

Clare, Editor-in-Chief and Arts Editor of The Panoptic, is entering her last year studying History at the University of Warwick. Passionate about journalism, Clare has written both for her student paper, The Boar, and completed academic research. With a focus on the News section in particular, Clare encourages investigative journalism and in particular with regard to politics.

The Panoptic, for her, is a magazine with a voice on issues not only within the realm of ‘student news’. By creating a cross-university platform, as well as incorporating voices from outside universities, she hopes to create a voice for her generation.





Anti-Trump Pro-Love: Women’s March in London


Arts Review – The Red Woman – Game of Thrones – S06 E01

Arts Review – Home – Game of Thrones – S06 E02

Arts Review – No One – Game of Thrones – S06 E08

Arts Review – Game of Thrones Season Six

Arts Review: Her Composition

Arts Review: Gozo

An Interview: Stephan Littger

Arts Review: Growing Up Coy

An Interview: Eric Juhola

Arts Review: Between Us

Arts Review: Long Forgotten Fields

Arts Review: Hortensia

An Interview: Jon Stanford, Rebecca Birch & Tom Campion

An Interview: Rafael Palacio Illingworth

An Interview: Miranda Bowen

Arts Review: Raindance Roundup

Arts Review: The Six Thatchers – Sherlock’s unremarkable return

Arts Review: Sherlock – The Lying Detective

Arts Review: Sherlock – The Final Problem

Arts Review: Donald Cried

Arts Review: 13 Reasons Why

Arts Review: Head Full of Snow, American Gods

Student News:

The Lib Dems: Home of the Students?


Berlin Bar, Essays from Uganda: ‘War Gin’

Untitled, Essays from Uganda: The Context of a Shooting in Northern Uganda

Untitled, Essays from Uganda: “worst mistake Idi Amin ever did was kick the Asians out”

Religion, Essays from Uganda: Abraham and the Cranes

Untitled, Essays from Uganda: Optimism/Pessimism under the President/Dictator (delete as appropriate)