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Fresh Takes on Clark’s Fresh Bakes: Underclassmen Opine on Clark Dining

Will Mahan, Contributing Writer

September 27, 2019

Should more dessert options be added to the menu at Clark University Dining Hall? If so, what options?   David Kerrigan (‘23): “Yes, they should add peanut butter cookies, banana muffins, chocolate pretzels, an...

CUSC in Brief

Drashhti Bilimoria, Layout Editor

September 27, 2019

This week’s Student Council meeting began with role call, after which the chair of the Judiciary Committee, Evan Hoffman, announced his resignation from Council. After this, the Council E-Board announced the various committee...

Not So Black and White: Unpacking Race and History through Bilingual Poetry Reading

Tiffany Vo, Contributing Writer

September 27, 2019

On September 18, Dominican poet Leonardo Nin came to Clark University as a guest speaker to present a “bilingual reading” from his book Poemas en blanco y negro or Poems in Black and White.  Nin is one of the leading voice...

September Democratic Debates Bring Candidates to One Stage, One Night Only

Constance Wright, Contributing Writer

September 27, 2019

On September 12, ABC News and Univision sponsored the third democratic debate of 2019 at the Health and Physical Education Arena on the campus of Texas Southern University in Houston, Texas. In order to be invited to this deb...

“The Battle of Hate:” and Freedom of Speech in the US

Mia Levine, Annie Sinert, Contributing Writer

September 21, 2019

On September 17, 2019, Robert Trestan presented to Clark University on “The Role of the Constitution in Combating Hate in America.” Trestan is the executive director of the Anti-Defamation League’s (also known as the ADL) Boston ...

Worcester Walks Out of the Darkness for Suicide Prevention

Tara O’Donnell, Contributing Writer

September 21, 2019

On Saturday Sept. 14, the Worcester community gathered in Institute Park for the Out of the Darkness Walk for Suicide Prevention program. The morning was filled with participants walking to commemorate lost loved ones and to support ...

Too Many Students?

Too Many Students?

September 21, 2019

Student Support Offices Make the LEEP to ASEC

Claire McMahon, Contributing Writer

September 13, 2019

In order for students at an educational institution to achieve academic success and maintain a state of personal well-being, it is essential that they have access to a coordinated group of services to help them navigate the hecti...

Hurricane Dorian Devastates Caribbean

Mary Kelley, Contributing Writer

September 13, 2019

Hurricane Dorian is the first major storm, and only the fourth named storm, of the 2019 Atlantic Hurricane Season. As is the case for most major hurricanes, Dorian first hit Dominica, Puerto Rico, the Virgin Islands, and most ho...

The Why I Love Worcester Campaign: A National Residence Hall Honorary Initiative

NRHH, Contributing Writers

April 26, 2019

The “Why I Love Worcester” Campaign was a movement campaign created by Clark University’s National Residence Hall Honorary (NRHH) as a way of promoting all the various reasons why members of the Clark community love the...

Lian Ryanhume and The Arab-Israeli Experience Israel’s First Arab Rhodes Scholar Envisions Her Country’s Future

Jason Fehrnstrom, Opinions Editor

April 26, 2019

Students, Faculty, and local organizations involved with Jewish Life gathered this past week to hear Lian Ryanhume, the first Arab-Israeli Rhodes Scholar, speak at length about the unique experience living as a “non-Jew in a Jew...

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