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Tick Tock

Monica Sager, Scarlet Staff

March 2, 2018

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The second annual 23 1/2 Hour Playfest was put on by Clark University Players Society (CUPS) Feb. 23-24. New plays were written, directed, acted, and produced in less than 24 hours and were supposed to last between 10 and 20 minu...

Screen 209 students set their sights on “Eyeline”

Bridgette Sullivan, Contributing Writer

March 2, 2018

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Colleen Durkin, a Clark University junior majoring in screen studies, wrote a neo-noir screenplay last semester called “Eyeline.” This semester, she is studying abroad in Spain, while a team of seventeen Visual and Perform...

We’re All in This to Gala

Lisa Musumba, Contributing Writer

March 2, 2018

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With over 300 clubs to cater to every Clarkie’s passions and interests, a spirit of diversity is not unfamiliar to the Clark campus. Clark’s International Students’ Association (ISA) lives up to this sense of diversity b...

Yoni Ki Baat: South Asian Vagina Monologues

Drashhti Bilimoria, Scarlet Staff

March 2, 2018

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On Feb. 24, 2018, Clarkies gathered in the Grind for South Asian Student Association (SASA)’s annual presentation of Yoni Ki Baat (YKB): South Asian Vagina Monologues. Host Maha Akbar (‘20) took the stage at the beginning of the e...

PEC Rides Surge of New Members

Lucas Fenton, Contributing Writer

March 2, 2018

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Don’t look now, but Clark’s Pub Entertainment Committee (PEC) has more than tripled its members since last year.   PEC is a club that books bands and musical acts to play at the Grind. There are shows once a month drawin...

Alum Max Stern and His Ninth Graders Rap about Imperial Rule

Monica Sager, Scarlet Staff

February 19, 2018

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Max Stern and his group of ninth graders from University Park Campus School (UPCS) are performing their Revolution And Protests that Fight Against Imperial Rule (R.A.P. F.A.I.R) on Feb. 16 in the Grind. Stern graduated from ...

Dance the Night Away

Dance the Night Away

November 17, 2017

Bullard Photographs offer a unique glimpse at past Worcester community

Anna Schaeffer, Scarlet Staff

November 17, 2017

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The photographs of William Bullard were displayed last Saturday for public view at the Belmont AME Church on Crystal Street.  William H. G. Bullard was a notoriously itinerant artist and photographer who made stop in Worcester, Mas...

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