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November 3, 2014
Read: The planned Alumni and Student Engagement Center embodies Clark's educational ambitions and reaffirms and the University's commitment to Main Street.
November 17, 2014
Read: When he was about ten years old, Sandy Fries ‘76 was asked what he wanted to be when he grew up. A fireman? Doctor? Lawyer? No, he told his inquisitor, “I want to be Walter Cronkite.”
November 19, 2014
Rebecca Kirszner Katz Rebecca Kirszner Katz '97, Special Advisor to New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio, might not be where she is today if she had attended another university.
January 5, 2015
He may be a political science major — but Nick Gerber '15 can now add "fashion designer" to his résumé.
October 29, 2014
  For more than a century, if a science fiction book was read in a college classroom, it likely was hidden behind a textbook or secretly propped open under a desktop. These days, however, the popular genre is no longer an alien subject in academia.
January 16, 2015
a href="/%3Ca%20href%3D"http://clarkvoices.clarku.edu/2014/06/27/justice-for-varter/">http://clarkvoices.clarku.edu/2014/06/27/justice-for-varter/">Read: Dr. H. Martin Deranian '47 was determined to uncover the tragic truth about his mother's ordeal in the Armenian Genocide.
February 10, 2016
New Hampshire Public Radio recently interviewed Clark University Political Science Professor Vale
January 16, 2015
By Jim Keogh
February 20, 2015
From CLARK alumni magazine, fall 2010 What happens when you dial Malcolm X's phone number? He picks up.
February 23, 2015
Gabe Gerzon ’11, M.S.P.C. ’12, Sam Shepler ’11, M.S.P.C.’12 and Alex Dunn ’11, M.B.A. ’12. By Wendy Linden
February 24, 2015
Etchings Festival participants outside their 14th Century cathedral performance space in Auvillar, France. (Professor John Aylward, second from right.)
Ellen Foley in Senegal
February 25, 2016
A medical anthropologist and interim director of Clark’s International Development, Community, and Environment Department program, Ellen Foley has been collaborating with a multinational research group to gather baseline epidemiological data on changing health patterns in the urban areas of Saint-Louis, Senegal, and Bobo...
March 4, 2015
March 19, 2015
https://youtu.be/TX7sN1SjVcg Episode #2 of Clark University junior and screen studies major Skye Wingo's study abroad experience in Japan.
March 19, 2015
https://youtu.be/LkU4gH0c4uM Clark University junior and screen studies major Skye Wingo's first episode about his study abroad experience in Osaka, Japan.
March 19, 2015
https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL2pa6AZCRT0_bdnza7zSQ-YtLTIPk_hH1 Clarkie Emily Smela '15 narrates this goPro tour of the Clark University campus. (Edited by Michelle Gamache '17)
April 6, 2015
By Abhijit Singh and Alex Turgeon
February 1, 2015
See that hamburger on your plate? Juicy, blanketed with cheese, capped with onion, drenched with ketchup — at this moment, it probably looks like the most perfect thing in the world. How much do you think that hamburger cost? No, not the price you paid for it, but the cost to the environment to produce it and the health...
April 8, 2015
Neil Orzechowski '15 had the time of his life as a LEEP Project Pioneer. He just can’t talk about it.
April 15, 2015
Ten years after graduating from Clark, Doug Martung ’05, who goes by the stage name Voli, is blazing his own path through the music industry. I spoke with him about where he’s been, where he’s going and how his time at Clark has impacted his music.
April 14, 2015
Spree Day 2015 Recap! Spree Day photos Music: Night by Icona Pop Video by Carlos Deschamps '16
April 14, 2015
Recap of Clark Univesity's student-run TEDx on April 11, 2015
April 22, 2015
Duncan Hardy '16 and Eli Goldman '16  
April 27, 2015
Clark University athletes talk about why they chose to play Division III athletics here.
May 6, 2015
JANICE CULPEPPER ‘77 remembers visiting a one-room hospital in Tanzania, with 30 children crammed onto five twin beds. Their mothers slept on the dusty floor, standing guard as their babies lay hooked up to IVs, receiving medicine to keep them alive.

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