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A New Generation of Female Political Activists

Sarah Conroy, Scarlet Staff

February 19, 2018

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About this time last year, Hannah Smith (’19) was asked by her advisor, Professor Heather Silber Mohamed, if she would be interested in New Leadership New England. With a passion for politics and a desire to be a female lea...

Holy Cross Crusades for Tradition: Controversial Mascot Decision

Katherine Hamilton, Living Arts Editor

February 19, 2018

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On Feb. 3, the Board of Trustees at the College of the Holy Cross announced that the school’s mascot would remain the Crusader. The decision was the result of months of deliberating among students, alumni, and faculty. Althoug...

Photographic Memories: Our African-American Ancestors

Daniel Juarez, Managing Editor

February 19, 2018

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A buffet of portraits, personalities, and refreshments were on full display in the Higgins Lounge at Dana Commons this past Thursday for its “Descendants” event. Sponsored by the Higgins School of Humanities, the event converted the...

Center for Counseling and Personal Growth Sees Record High Visits

Kate Summers, Scarlet Staff

February 19, 2018

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Content warning: This piece discusses mental health, and mentions suicide and trauma. “I’m in a place where I feel uncomfortable. There are some students I wish we could see much more frequently and we can’t,” said ...

Puppies and Pesto: Nu Café Fundraiser a Howling Success

Sara Conroy, Scarlet Staff

November 10, 2017

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Last Friday, five Clark University students enrolled in Arts and Science of Management organized a fundraiser at Nu Café for Second Chance Animal Shelter. A core element of the course is working in teams to effectively engage ...

Public Space: A Platform for Concepts of Race

Max Elias, Scarlet Staff

November 10, 2017

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In “Race, Memory and Public Space,” Professor Mabel O. Wilson, Associate Director of the Institute for Research in African-American Studies, spoke about the controversies and historical evolution of monuments such as Confederat...

Allies and Allyship

Allies and Allyship

November 10, 2017

Tales from Fall Fest

Tales from Fall Fest

November 9, 2017

Pushing for Prison Education

Brett Iarrobino

November 2, 2017

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  The necessity of educating inmates is a topic that has caused fierce debate within the last decade, but for Professor Jill McDonough, the answer is as clear as the memories she has gleaned from her time as a prison educa...

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