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Tomorrow

Audrey Dolan, Contributing Writer

November 11, 2016

Filed under Living Arts

My world feels a little smaller today, Quieter than normal. I woke up this morning, and as promised, the sun did rise again But it was cloudy and dark, The sky hung melancholy above me. I looked into the faces of people I see every day ...

Haiku of the Week

Haiku of the Week

November 11, 2016

Black

Black

November 11, 2016

Haiku of the Week 11/4

Haiku of the Week 11/4

November 4, 2016

MEC Presents: Guster

MEC Presents: Guster

November 4, 2016

Haiku Of The Week 10/28

Eddie McCluskey

October 30, 2016

Filed under Haiku, Living Arts

Pumpkins, ghosts and spooks! Halloween approaches, so Tricks and treats await!   Never let the man Get you down! The man, of course, a metaphor (for life, man)   Once in a while, a Clarkie decides to revol...

Quit Clowning Around

Jay Sundar Rajan, Contributing Writer

October 30, 2016

Filed under Living Arts

Oct. 4 Worcester MA-- McKeon Rd heading towards Vernon hill. 3 of them on dirtbikes wearing masks to cover their faces. Where have all the good clowns gone? The killer clown phenomenon has officially gone international. Underneath...

Scary Stories and Chill?

Anna Schaeffer, Scarlet Staff

October 30, 2016

Filed under Living Arts

For the third year in a row, Clark’s English department hosted “The Architecture of Fear,” a public reading of spooky stories usually centered around haunted houses. The creepy event was held in the ‘fishbowl’ of the Hi...

Bend It Like Chadha

Sheila Ford, Scarlet Staff

October 30, 2016

Filed under Living Arts

What do British-Asian fusion music, a girl who plays soccer, and the house and staff of the last Viceroy of India have in common? They all show a small part of the diverse culture and history between Great Britain, India, Africa, a...

Petty Talk

Alika Gillard, Living Arts Editor

October 30, 2016

Filed under Living Arts

“I tried to get two ferns to get between,” joked Clark Psychology Professor Michael Addis as he approached a setup eerily reminiscent of Zach Galafanakis’ interview show. He welcomed Warren Zanes to sit with him and the c...

Haiku of the Week

Haiku of the Week

October 24, 2016

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