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One Student Knows How to Use Smart Buy Plus

Celine Manneville, AC Gal

April 6, 2017

Filed under April Fools

In a surprising turn of events, one student has come forward, claiming they fully understand how to use Smart Buy Plus (SBP). Kelly Harrison (‘20) revealed the news on Monday in a post to the Clark University Class of 2020 ...

SPOC Registers Early

Celine Manneville, AC Gal

April 6, 2017

Filed under April Fools

In an email sent out by President David Angel, it was revealed that members of Science Fiction People of Clark (SPOC) have been granted access to register for classes early. In the email, which was mistakenly sent to Steven P...

New Political Club Forms on Campus: Socialist Alternative Alternative. Formerly known as Republicans of Clark

Alika Gillard, Pasta Chef

April 6, 2017

Filed under April Fools

Students have been noticing something different lately as they try to ignore the student groups on their way to the caf in the University Center. During the lunch and dinner periods, clubs station themselves on the sides, giving...

Prospective Clarkies Excited to Major in Cultural Studies and Communication

Ethan Giles, Professional Journalist

April 6, 2017

Filed under April Fools

Many admitted students eagerly walked into Clark last weekend to learn more about its exciting Cultural Studies and Communication (CSAC) major. “I really want to major in communications, and when I was looking into schools a...

Hunger at Home

Eric Keller, Contributing Writer

March 30, 2017

Filed under News

“It’s a problem, but it’s not a problem here” - a commonly held, and commonly wrong line of thinking. In a dinner with a twist, Clark students were challenged to examine the issue of hunger from a fresh perspective. Rather...

Brother Jonathan Runs for President: American Humor, Vernacular Values, and the Rise of Trump Daniel Juarez

Daniel Juarez, Managing Editor

March 30, 2017

Filed under News

With faculty and associates up front, and an excited audience in the back, Higgins Lounge was a full house this past Tuesday as the speaker of the hour, Professor Judith Yaross Lee, took center stage to discuss American humor...

President Angel Defends New Athlete Registration Policy

Giulia Elena Casella, News Editor

March 30, 2017

Filed under News

President David P. Angel apologized for poorly communicating the changes in the course registration policy for student athletes to the Clark community, and stood by the administration’s decision at a meeting on Wednesday. Angel...

CUSC Split Over $100k Proposal

Jessica Macey, Executive Editor

March 24, 2017

Filed under News

Clark University Student Council voted on a $100k cumulative surplus proposal aimed at creating opportunities for student business ventures. The proposal was split into three parts: Clark Student Enterprises, Clark Student...

The Inseparability of Development and Design

Eric Keller, Contributing Writer

March 24, 2017

Filed under News

Distinguished professor of anthropology, Arturo Escobar of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill visited Clark to highlight the need to fundamentally rethink design in terms of global development. In his lecture, “Designs...

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