The Scarlet

Top Law Schools Share Wisdom for Applying Students

Katy Flesher, Scarlet Staff

October 5, 2018

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Pre-Law Society, Pre-Law Advising, and the Law & Society Program sponsored a panel of admissions counselors from three renowned New England law schools in the Lurie Conference Room on Thursday, Sept. 27. This event allowed st...

Are Clarkies Happier?

Are Clarkies Happier?

October 5, 2018

Students Against Mass Incarceration General Interest Meeting Generates Little Interest

Andrew Rose, Scarlet Staff

October 5, 2018

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Clark University’s Students Against Mass Incarceration club enters the new semester facing considerable challenges, the first and most notable of which is their lack of official club status. Indeed, a missed filing deadline has de...

The Past, the Present, and the Future of the Rohingya Crisis

Jason Fehrnstrom, Scarlet Staff

September 28, 2018

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Students, faculty, community members, and advocates gathered Thursday, Sept. 20, to hear an eclectic panel address the humanitarian crisis currently unfolding in the southeast Asian country of Myanmar. The panel’s presentation, “...

Get On My Level

Lisa Musumba, Contributing Writer

September 28, 2018

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The intermittent whirring of the blenders in Jazzman’s, the soft humming of the printers and computers, manic fingers typing, and the occasional, isolated coughs interrupting the droning silence. If you have spent time in Clark...

Speaking Up for Our Choices

Drashhti Bilimoria, Layout Editor

September 21, 2018

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Many Clark students know that the University Commons (UC) as the central hub for all things Clark. It is home to the cafe and Bistro, the mailroom, the Grind, and a place to learn about on-campus events. What many Clarkies may ...

The High Price of Higher Education

Maral Askari, Contributing writer

September 21, 2018

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It’s the time of the year when we’re full of festive cheer - Our wallets? Not so much! The thought of heading back to student poverty where tuitions, fees, and other expenses eat into most students’ budgets is indeed a haunting on...

Lack of “Respect” at Aretha Franklin’s Funeral

Pamela Picerno, Contributing Writer

September 14, 2018

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Aretha Franklin, beloved for songs like “Respect” and “Chain of Fools,” died on August 16 of pancreatic cancer. Her funeral was intended to be a celebration of the American icon’s incredibly long and celebrated career. How...

AKOG in the Midst of a Crossroads to Diversify

Joanna Monge, Contributing Writer

April 15, 2018

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All Kinds of Girls (AKOG) has undergone major changes in their structure and management to address observations by mentors of color in order to meet the needs of the young girls of color they mentor. The change began in 2015, starting ...

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