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Art History Professor John Garton on the Arts Community at Clark

Tara O'Donnell, Contributing Writer

September 13, 2019

John Garton, Associate Professor of Art History, has taught at Clark University for the past eleven years. This semester he is teaching both Art in the Age of Michelangelo and Art, the Public, and the History of Worcester. Profe...

IT Chapter Two: Very Okay for a Sequel

Reem Abouchleih, Contributing Writer

September 13, 2019

When director Andres Muschietti’s ​It Chapter Two ​premiered last Friday, many excited Stephen King fans, including myself, rushed to the theaters. With the movie’s predecessor pulling in a massive $700 million internati...

Nostalgia or Originality? A Look at the Summer Movie Season

Mary Kelley, Contributing Writer

September 13, 2019

The summer of 2019 saw the continuation of trends seen in the last few years. Nothing original. Somewhere along the way, movie companies realized that they had a wealth of great properties just gathering dust. So some corpora...

Variant Dance Troupe Showcases Growth in an Eclectic Spring Showcase

Oscar Kim Bauman, Scarlet Staff

April 26, 2019

On the evenings of April 5th and April 6th, Clark’s own Variant Dance Troupe took to the stage of Atwood Hall for their Spring Showcase. According to the show’s programs, as well as a pre-show announcement by the co-director...

The 5th Annual Geller Jazz Concert: Incredible Talent Brought Right to Clark’s Campus

Monica Sager, Scarlet Staff

April 26, 2019

The fifth annual Geller Jazz Concert took place on April 4 in the Traina Center for the Arts. The 2018 them was A Two Bass Hit, and it featured Linda Oh and Christian McBride. Oh started the night off with her band. Playing both double bass...

Roma: No Longer are Indigenous Women in Mexico Silenced

Luis Santos, Scarlet Staff

April 26, 2019

Netflix’s original film Roma takes the viewer face to face with the past in unexpected ways. The black and white contrasts of the film serve to make an impression on reality that the picturesque scenes of the Mexican landsc...

Jordan Peele’s Us is a Beautiful Nightmare

Oscar Kim Bauman, Scarlet Staff

April 5, 2019

Us, writer/director Jordan Peele’s follow-up to his Academy Award-winning debut film Get Out, is advertised as “a new nightmare.” Beyond simply being a line of marketing, the phrase is an apt description of the film, which b...

DeChristopher and Williams Bring Environmental Discussion to Clark Community

Monica Sager, Scarlet Staff

April 5, 2019

A New Earth Conversation hosted the event “Tim DeChristopher and Terry Tempest Williams in conversation” Thursday, March 28 in Tilton Hall in front of about 50 students, faculty, and guests. DeChristopher is a climate ...

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