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Haitian Jazz Project Blows Away the Grind

Monica Sager, Scarlet Staff

October 6, 2018

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The Grind was standing-room only Wednesday night for the sixth annual Geller Jazz Concert.   This year, the show was performed by the Haitian Jazz Project, consisting of Godwin Louis on saxophone, Bill Buss on trumpet, Aar...

A Closer Look at African Diaspora Dance Association: Four Years After Its Creation

Kaila Skeet-Browning, Scarlet Staff

September 28, 2018

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Persis Adonteng ('22), Morufat Bello ('20), Ayebea Larbi-Tieku ('20), Serina Khalifa ('22) and Michaelle Aristide ('20) rehearse for ADDA’s fall show. If one of the many people lifting weights in the Bickman Fitness Center o...

The Shuffle: A-Bite-by-Bite Walk on Shrewsbury Street

Maya Hough, Scarlet Staff

September 21, 2018

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On Saturday, Sept. 15, a selection of restaurants on Worcester’s Shrewsbury Street opened their doors to college students from across the city, offering samples of food and drink to welcome us back and show what they have to...

Colorfully Full of Pride

Colorfully Full of Pride

September 14, 2018

Chamber Choir Challenges Convention in Contemporary Concert

Monica Sager, Scarlet Staff

April 15, 2018

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Clark’s Chamber Choir performed on March 25 at Razzo Hall for about 50 people. The Choir’s theme, like Clark’s motto, was “Challenge Convention.” The performance really did challenge convention, as the singers perfor...

Geller Jazz Legacy Plays on at Wednesday Concert

Monica Sager, Scarlet Staff

April 15, 2018

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

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...

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