The Scarlet

“Who Would Jesus Deport:” An Anti-Trump Declaration Like No Other

Katherine Hamilton, Editor-In-Chief

December 10, 2018

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Who would Jesus deport? It’s a question you may not have asked yourself, but one that will stick with you like a bumper sticker that someone else put on your car. It is indeed a question that could only emerge from the mind...

Keeping You on Your Toes: The Nutcracker at Clark University

Katy Flesher, Contributing Writer

December 10, 2018

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I haven't seen The Nutcracker since I was a Brownie at a classical rendition of the musical at my local theater; all I can remember is not having a good time. However, this was not the case for Clark's production of the musical. ...

Crimes of Grindelwald is More Muddled than Magical

Oscar Kim Bauman, Scarlet Staff

December 10, 2018

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Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald, the second film in the David Yates-directed Harry Potter spin-off franchise, is less of a film in its own right, and more of a two-hour trailer for future films. Or maybe a live reading of a P...

Clark’s Musical Talent Shines Through At Cougarfest

Colleen Falconer, Contributing Writer

December 10, 2018

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Friday night saw plenty of Clarkies packed into Tilton Hall for Cougarfest, a music festival with a lineup of entirely Clark bands and performers. Running from 9 in evening to 11 at night, the festival offered a warm vibe; handmade p...

A Blast From the Past: The Scarlet on November 16, 1978

Julia Baldacci, Managing Editor

November 17, 2018

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The main story on this issue of The Scarlet revolved around a group of 150 people that gathered in Worcester Common Center to listen to Nobel Laureate George Weld and others speak on the dangers of nuclear power. The event was...

SASA Celebrates South Asian Culture at Eid-Diwali Dinner

Oscar Kim Bauman, Scarlet Staff

November 17, 2018

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Tilton Hall was packed on November 9th as members of the Clark community gathered for the South Asian Student Association’s Eid-Diwali Dinner. The event, which commemorates two of the most important holidays celebrated by South As...

Bohemian Rhapsody: A Fun, if Flawed Greatest Hits Montage

Oscar Kim Bauman, Scarlet Staff

November 9, 2018

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“Bohemian Rhapsody,” the Bryan Singer-directed, Rami Malek-led Freddie Mercury biopic-Queen movie hybrid is an inside and out, confusing, and contradictory experience. It deals with the greatest heights of rock-and-roll debauc...

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