The Scarlet

The Scarlet Letter

October 1, 2015

Filed under Opinions, Scarlet Letter

Spotted on the Green: three adorable infant triplets crawling in the grass. Over the past week I have seen these triplets three times. With each sighting, I find myself not only captivated by their cuteness, but also wondering wh...

Scarlet Letter 09/24/15

September 24, 2015

Filed under Opinions, Scarlet Letter

Last Friday, the day before my 21st birthday, I got an email from Clark’s Office of Wellness and Prevention Education wishing me “a wonderful and safe” birthday. The email included a nifty infographic that suggested four ...

Scarlet Letter 04/23

April 23, 2015

Filed under Opinions, Scarlet Letter

When sliced bread came on the market in 1928, it not only changed the face of baking, but the face of bread-related time comparisons. (According to the Kansas City Star, your source for all things bread, sliced bread’s big sel...

Scarlet Letter 04/16

April 16, 2015

Filed under Opinions, Scarlet Letter

A few weeks ago, I wrote a column about why I advocate for living in Worcester over the summer. Fun summer events like barbecues and parties and Wiffle Ball games were the basis for my reasoning, but I think it’s worth go...

Scarlet Letter 04/09

April 9, 2015

Filed under Opinions, Scarlet Letter

College is good at teaching a lot of things: responsibility, work ethic, communication, collaboration. Most Clark students are active in some kind of group which requires them to conscientiously deliver on a set of requirem...

Trevor Noah is a Comedian, Not a Friend

April 2, 2015

Filed under Opinions, Scarlet Letter

For our generation, Jon Stewart has served as more than a lynchpin of late-night comedy. He’s been a particularly hilarious friend, someone who we can trust to deliver funny, insightful views on the news of the day. Most of ...

How Are We Going to Use the New Building?

March 26, 2015

Filed under Opinions, Scarlet Letter

Let’s talk about what’s going in The New Building. (For the record, the current name of The New Building is far too unwieldy for a newspaper article (or spoken English), so I’m going to only refer to it as The New Buil...

My Resume Doesn’t Say

March 24, 2015

Filed under Opinions, Scarlet Letter

I have a resume. It is in size ten-and-a-half font. The spacing after a paragraph is six, when it should be twelve, because not everything fits when I use standard sizing and spacing. At the top of this resume, it says “Educa...

CUSC: Too Serious To Be Serious

February 26, 2015

Filed under Scarlet Letter

During my first year at Clark, I wrote the “CUSC In Brief” articles for The Scarlet. While I witnessed many lunacies every Wednesday in Grace Conference Room, none came close to a scheduling debacle in which Council voted ag...

Twitter is Definitely the Worst Thing There Is

February 25, 2015

Filed under Opinions, Scarlet Letter

Last week, in an attempt to bolster my social media skills (something that you need if you’re applying for jobs in the communication/writing field, unfortunately), I bit my tongue and got a Twitter. After the novelty wore off...

I Am Done Talking About the Weather

February 12, 2015

Filed under Opinions, Scarlet Letter

In a recent column, I wrote about the weather and how much I despised it. Now, I would like to retract my comments (that foul weather brings people together) in light of the recent blizzard. Yesterday, I was walking across...

In Defense of the Worcester Summer:

February 5, 2015

Filed under Scarlet Letter

For four years, I was a life-changing, role-modeling, tie-dyeing, flip-flopping, song-leading, chicken nugget-eating, campfire-stoking, sunglasses-wearing, youth-leading summer camp counselor. It was a great job. I got to be outside...

The student news site of Clark University
Scarlet Letter