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Post-Election Backlash Hits Massachusetts: Babson students allegedly took offensive actions on Wellesley campus Nov. 9

Kayleigh McHugh, Co-News Editor

November 19, 2016

Filed under News

In pickup truck outfitted with a Trump flag, two Babson College students drove to the Wellesley College campus on Wednesday, Nov. 9 and partook in offensive activities according to witnesses. The students, Edward Tomasso and...

Clarkie of the Week: Chima Egbuzie

Kate Summers, Executive Editor

November 19, 2016

Filed under Clarkie of the Week, News

Chima Egbuzie (‘19) grew up in Enugu, Nigeria, but spent his teenage years in New York City. He is a member of the International Students Association, Film Production Society, African Diaspora Dance Association (ADDA), and is...

CUSC In Brief Nov. 10, 2016

Lori Shanley, Scarlet Staff

November 18, 2016

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President Cory Bisbee (‘19) began by addressing the council regarding repercussions of the United States presidential election at Clark. He noted that it has been and will continue to be difficult time for members of the Clark...

An Evening of Literature with Best-Selling Author Rick Moody

Daniel Juarez, Managing Editor

November 16, 2016

Filed under News

On Thursday, Nov. 3, Dana Commons’ Higgins Lounge filled up as students, professors, and visitors filed in, took their seats, and waited for the English department’s guest of honor, best-selling author Rick Moody, to arrive....

Scenes from Red Square

Scenes from Red Square

November 11, 2016

The Importance of Intersectionality

Jessica Macey, Co-News Editor

November 6, 2016

Filed under Featured, News

Intersectionality and power structures became the focus of discussion in Dana Commons as Margo Okazawa-Rey lectured on the topic of “Critical Intersectionality: Reinserting a Power Analysis” on Wednesday, Nov. 2. An au...

CUSC in Brief Oct. 27, 2016

Lori Shanley, Scarlet Staff

November 2, 2016

Filed under CUSC in Brief, News

Before the Thursday Oct. 27 meeting was called to order, Clark University Student Council spent some time looking for a lost gavel. The search was to no avail, and the meeting proceeded as usual. The first motion to be passed...

Heavy Rain Causes Damage in Goddard

Jessica Macey, Co-News Editor

October 28, 2016

Filed under Featured, News

Rainwater rushed down the streets of Worcester, creating dangerous conditions, trapping vehicles, and causing property damage across the city and on Clark’s campus. On the evening of Oct. 21, flash flood warnings were issued for ...

In the Name of Research

In the Name of Research

October 28, 2016

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