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Gender and Garment Manufacturing

October 1, 2015

Professor Enloe Offers Feminist Analysis of Clothing Industry Professor Cynthia Enloe’s lecture this past Thursday highlighted important aspects of global development that adversely affect women. Her lecture, “Northface,...

CUSC Faces Internal Struggles

October 1, 2015

Council Moves Forward Despite Setbacks During the 105th Clark Undergraduate Student Council session on Sept. 15, former Chair of Finance Committee, Dale Watt (’17), proposed the addition of three referenda to the fall 2015 el...

Earth, Wind, and Greenhouse Gases

October 1, 2015

Clark Works Towards Carbon Neutrality Clark is headed towards emitting zero greenhouse gases by 2030. “Carbon Neutrality by 2030,” the initiative responsible for this goal, is overseen by Sustainable Clark, an administrative ...

Clark Pagans Unite

September 24, 2015

Alliance Gains Traction Aubrey Haskell (’16) was just 12 years old when she realized her affinity for Paganism. Biking around her hometown of Portland, Maine she stumbled across a holistic gift shop and has never looked back. ...

Pulling its Rank

September 24, 2015

Clark Climbs Up College Rankings Clark University has recently been recognized in a number of publications for its excellence in education and value. Clark was ranked in the 2016 editions of such publications as U.S. News & ...

Students Frustrated with University’s Approach to Sexual Assault

April 23, 2015

Due to concerns about the accuracy of the reporting in this article, The Scarlet has decided to remove it from its webpage. We want to thank everyone who brought this matter to our attention, and ensure our readers that we are d...

Empty Stomachs, Empty Wallets

April 23, 2015

A Look Into the Clark Meal Plan When Ian Stock (‘18) goes to the Caf for dinner there is often not enough food for him to eat due to his allergy to gluten and eggs. He contacted Dining Services at the beginning of the seme...

Clark Reexamines Policy On Intellectual Property

April 23, 2015

New Policy Expected To Affect Undergraduate Students This past Friday, volunteer members of the Ad Hoc Committee on Intellectual Property (IP) Policy held a public forum to answer questions regarding the policy they are curr...

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