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CUSC Split Over $100k Proposal

Jessica Macey, Executive Editor

March 24, 2017

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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

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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...

Of Mice and Clarkies

Giulia Elena Casella, News Editor

March 3, 2017

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Mice are adorable little creatures. However, they harbor and transport diseases, and are impossible to completely remove from residences. While Clark University teams with pest control vendors to provide pest exclusion services,...

The Whitewashing of Consumerism

Max Elias, Scarlet Staff

March 3, 2017

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Not all consumers are treated equal, according to Lindsay Allen, Ph.D. candidate in history at Clark University. She is writing her dissertation on the ways women of mixed racial and socioeconomic backgrounds are discriminated...

New Title IX Coordinator Comes to Clark

Jessica Macey, Executive Editor

March 3, 2017

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Clark alumna Lynn Levey was brought on board as the new Title IX Coordinator and Assistant Dean for Wellness in the beginning of February. Levey graduated from Clark with a bachelor’s degree in sociology. She continued her...

Clark Professor Stands Against Unnecessary Consumption

Max Elias, Scarlet Staff

February 23, 2017

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The IDCC, Paris, and even Pope Francis have issued statements about the perils of over-consumption and the need for change. On Tuesday, Feb. 21, Clark environmental science and policy professor Halina Szenjnwald Brown presented...

Sodexo, Lend me Your Ear

Kate Summers, Southern Africa Correspondent

February 17, 2017

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Sodexo’s current contract with Clark will expire in 2018. A student group, Listen Up, Sodexo (LUS),  has launched a campaign to demand changes in the new contract. Listen Up, Sodexo, has four main demands: accountability, transparency,...

Divest Clark Holds Fossil Fuel Teach-In

Scott Levine, Sports Editor

February 17, 2017

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Divest Clark was started last school year when a few students, including Rose Goldberg (‘19) and Maddy Buchman (‘19), took interest in a graduate student report from 2014 that showed Clark was losing money from investing 12 ...

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