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A Reading and Q&A with Honorée Fanonne Jeffers and The Age of Phillis

A Reading and Q&A with Honorée Fanonne Jeffers and The Age of Phillis

“Looking for Miss Phillis”: A Conversation About The Legacy of Phillis Wheatley Peters, Authorship, and Creative Scholarship
Luis Santos and Morgan Hylton November 23, 2020

“This is a complicated space,” she writes explicitly, setting the stage and premise of her work as well as the life and love for Phillis. As a poet, Honorée Fanonne Jeffers intersects the creative,...

Photo Courtesy of Kaila Browning ('22)

The Black Student Union Front and Center: Student Organizations LASO, CAIC, and CUSC Join the Fight Against Systemic Racism at Clark University

Discourses on Racial Justice Across A Student Support Network
Jesse Lowe and Luis Santos November 20, 2020

The fight for racial justice and equity in the Clark community is an ongoing negotiation between the Black Student Union (BSU), their unmet list of demands, and the decentralized Clark administration....

A Guide to Food Resources: Clark Sustainability Action Addresses the Student Food Insecurity at Clark University

Food insecurity is an issue that impacts many college students. While public universities are required to provide support to students struggling to get a meal, private universities like Clark University...

Image courtesy of Leah Smith ('24)

A New Modality? The Future of Online Learning at Clark University

Assessing online learning, student demographics, and the administration's perspectives
Jesse Lowe and Luis Santos October 9, 2020

Online learning has transformed Clark University’s approach to education this fall. Since the COVID-19 pandemic began in March, the university has embraced the online modality, a new modality that has...

California is Feeling Hot! Hot! Hot!

California’s “Wildfire” Strategy and Native American Burnings 
Mary Kelley, Scarlet Staff October 2, 2020

California is currently burning. Already unbearably hot, the stretch from August to October is typically known as California’s burning season; however, the deadly combination of dry air and extreme heat...

A New Kind of Clarkie: Remote Learning at Clark University

A New Kind of Clarkie: Remote Learning at Clark University

Jesse Lowe, Contributing Writer September 18, 2020

In past years, attending Clark University has meant one of two things: living off-campus in Worcester and commuting to classes or living on-campus and in dorms. For the first time this fall, students were...

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The Scarlet is the newspaper of Clark University, and is written, laid-out, and compiled exclusively by students. The Scarlet is published weekly and is delivered to various locations on campus, including...

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