The Scarlet

A Look at Jeremiah’s Inn

April 23, 2015

Institution Provides Support to Recovering Addicts and Those in Need Jeremiah’s Inn, located at 1059 Main Street in Worcester, stands as a building that many walk past without a glance. Contained within, however, is a variet...

University Park Partnership Scholars Now Eligible for Fifth-Year Free

March 24, 2015

Caleb Encarnacion-Rivera’s (‘18) decision to come to Clark hinged on the fifth-year free BA/MA presented to him during his senior year at University Park Campus School (UPCS) in Main South. Encarnacion-Rivera, who exce...

In Defense of the Worcester Summer:

February 4, 2015

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...

stART on the Street

September 20, 2012

Katherine Landesman captured local talent at the recent stART on the Street event. [slideshow]

Boyle to assume role of Dean in June

April 6, 2012

By Claire Tierney Scarlet Staff June 1st Professor and Associate Dean Mary-Ellen Boyle assumes role as Dean of The College as current Dean Walter Wright steps down. Dean Wright is stepping down from a long career as ...

Letters to the Editor

March 30, 2012

Concerned resident speaks about Downing Street To the editor: This letter is intended as a commentary from a long-standing resident of the Clark University neighborhood, regarding the cumulative effect of Clark’s decade l...

Editor’s Corner

March 22, 2012

Another look at campus safety by Gwen Walsh Alumni Editor Before the last issue of The Scarlet, which came out on March 1st, my editor Ashley and I were facing a serious journalistic dilemma. Students had just heard the unsettling news...

Bliss or miss?

January 28, 2012

Worcester placed second on’s list of happiest U.S. cities in which to work by Kathryn Natale Scarlet Staff Recently, compiled a list of the happiest and unhappiest cities to work in. Forbes published these findings last week, callin...

Traina lit spark to revitalize Main South

March 26, 2011

By Serena Pham Contributing Staff When many people think of Main South, the image of a troubled area associated with drug activity and prostitution comes to mind: a working-class neighborhood struggling to rise above its worst e...

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