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. "Here's the thing about Clark," she says. "All my life I've struggled with learning disabilities. I went to a big public high school in...
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.
October 15, 2014
Read: How Jeffrey Lurie '73 went from sitting in the cheap seats to owning the Philadelphia Eagles.
May 15, 2014
Scott Rechler '89 is a major force in the competitive world of Manhattan real estate, but among his greatest achievements is helping One World Trade Center rise from the ashes of Ground Zero. Growing up in New York, he had wanted to attend the sort of leafy New England college whose personality was entwined with a deep,...
January 14, 2014
Watch: Sara Brown, Stern Family Fellow at Clark's Strassler Center, is interviewed at the launch of Kwibuka20.
December 23, 2013
Watch: Four 2013 Clark LEEP Pioneers reflect on their summer projects.
November 14, 2013
Read: Author Leslie Margolis ‘96 has earned a loyal following among young readers thanks to a pair of feisty heroines named Annabelle and Maggie.
December 8, 2012
Ron Shaich ‘76, founder, chairman and co- CEO of Panera Bread, spends his life creating unique solutions for problems he sees in the world.
November 14, 2012
Read: New York Times’ food editorialist Mark Bittman '71 offers a sane response to an American diet flirting with madness.
July 7, 2011
Read: Edwin Aldrin ’15 helped a nation look skyward alongside Goddard, Lindbergh, and a son named Buzz.
January 7, 2011
Read: D'Army Bailey got booted from one university for leading civil rights protests. And then Clark came calling.
November 29, 2010
Watch: Abby Kaminski '11 is researching the impact of suburban lawn care practices on the local environment and writing a storybook to educate kids about these issues.
September 17, 2010
Watch: HERO Program Director Colin Polsky discusses how the program provides the Fellows with important opportunities for professional development.
January 26, 2009
Organizers of Clark's annual International Gala, sponsored by the International Students Association, talk about plans for this year's gala.
November 2, 2015
"The Beef Stick Boys," a play by Raechel Segal '17, will be staged November 6-8 as part of the Theater Arts Program's New Play Festival. There’s a certain thrill to watching one of your ideas come to life. For six young playwrights in Clark University’s Theater Arts Program that excitement will reach its peak during the...
August 28, 2015
Clark University Research Professor Cynthia Enloe
August 28, 2015
This story ran in the spring 2006 issue of Clark News. Devastating Flood No Match for Alumni Journalists Dan Shea ’81 and Laura Maggi ’95 helped the New Orleans Times-Picayune keep publishing when it was needed most On Tuesday, Aug. 30, 2005—the day after Hurricane Katrina hit the Gulf Coast and the levees in New Orleans...
August 21, 2015
The original movie poster from "Man with a Movie Camera." In a darkened theater inside Atwood Hall, Clark University’s newest students received an introduction to academic life during two screenings of the silent film “Man with a Movie Camera.” The 1929 work by Dziga Vertov was part of the orientation program called “...
August 20, 2015
A peer adviser helps during the move-in process Thursday. A long flight from India later, Nishant Pandey stood in front of Atwood Hall on the Clark University campus, smiling about all that awaits him. “It feels good,” he said, not showing a bit of jet lag after arriving from New Delhi Wednesday, mere hours before Week...
August 13, 2015
Crews taking down one of the European copper beech trees Tuesday morning. Standing strong and proud for more than a century, the three European copper beech trees in Clark University’s Kresge Quadrangle in front of the Sackler Sciences Center now number only two. Crews braved a driving rain Tuesday to remove the...
August 6, 2015
From CLARK magazine, fall 2011 Joe '10 and Paul DeGeorge Joe DeGeorge ’10 has been busier than a snitch in a Quidditch match since he and his older brother Paul conjured up the band Harry and the Potters nine years ago. Just as the final Potter movie entered theaters in July, the band wrapped up a multi-city summer tour...
August 5, 2015
From CLARK alumni magazine, spring 2015 When the baby died in her arms, Catalina Escobar ’93 knew she had to do something. Volunteering in a hospital in Cartagena, Colombia, Escobar was helpless as the infant passed away. She later learned that the child could have been saved if his mother had been able to afford the $30...
May 6, 2015
By Joshua Luke Rushing ’14 WHEN THE FIRST PUNCH FLEW, I knew I had lost control of the situation. I had seen two men arguing near the back of the line, but the conflict wasn’t my problem as far as I was concerned. Even had it been my problem, how was I supposed to prevent two full-grown men from bickering? When I added...
April 29, 2015
April 29, 2015
By Jim Keogh William "Will" Rogers '59 has sent along a token of thanks for being interviewed about his 51-year career with the Central Intelligence Agency. With it he's enclosed a note: "Thought you might like a CIA pen. Don't worry, it doesn't do anything but write." It's the sort of quip he's accustomed to delivering...