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Cinema 320 Presents Gett: The Trial of Viviane Amsalem

March 26, 2015

Cinema 320, a long-standing institution at Clark, screened Gett: The Trial of Viviane Amsalem from March 17 to March 22. The film, directed and written by Shlomi and Ronit Elkabetz, follows Viviane Amsalem, a Moroccan-Israel...

Israel: The Soundtrack

Israel: The Soundtrack

September 25, 2014

Newly elected member of Israeli Parliament visits Clark

March 29, 2013

On Thursday, March 21st, Clark University was privileged to host Uri Zaki, a peace activist in Israel, and Tamar Zandberg, a newly elected member of the Israeli Parliament. Amidst the rising tensions of Apartheid Week and the increasingly heated campus debate over the nature of the conflict in the Middle East, this e...

Yisrael Ne’eman Comes to Clark

February 14, 2013

Discussion on Israeli Politics By Jonah Naghi Last week Clark University’s Hillel hosted a guest speaker, Yisrael Ne’eman, who came to discuss the situation in the state of Israel today. Mr. Ne’eman is a “historian and political analyst focusing on the devel...

The Birthright Experience

January 26, 2013

By Jonah Naghi  scarlet staff Over winter break, thanks to Clark University Hillel’s new Israel Outreach Coordinator Shira Moskovitz, Clark was able to host its first ever Birthright program. Birthright is an opportunity for Jewish...

News of the weird

April 14, 2012

Five articles about sexually transmitted diseases by Claire Tierney Scarlet Staff Herpes lawsuit A woman is suing a Westchester, New York nail salon, claiming that she contracted herpes after an eyebrow waxing. Similarly, a woma...

The truth arrives at Clark

March 2, 2012

First ever Israel Peace Week demonstrates the truth about Middle East By Arielle Ganem-Rosen Contributing Writer We all know that blood and bad news sell. This week though, the truth will be on full display. Brand new club, C...

Chomsky rules with force

April 14, 2011

Famous linguist, philosopher, and political commentator speaks at Clark By Stephen Edelstein Alumni Editor “The world is ruled by force, not by law,” Noam Chomsky told a packed house in Atwood Hall. The famous linguist, philosopher, and political commentator spoke at Cl...

Are Clarkies getting the whole picture?

April 2, 2011

No, says one concerned citizen Dear Editor, While it is true that students at Clark are blessed to be enrolled in a progressive, liberal arts college that purports to offer a life-changing experience that can help change this world, ...

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