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“Pandemic” is one of the most intimidating terms in our modern vocabulary, but all that it represents is challenged by the power found another word’s power: community.

“Clark community,” in particular, signifies an incalculable strength and solidarity not easily expressed yet richly experienced. COVID-19 has only reaffirmed the best of Clark: our shared values, our commitment to the greater good, our resourcefulness, and our resilience.

In March, we reached out to Clark alumni share their stories of living in the age of COVID-19, bearing witness through their own words that while we may be dispersed and isolated, we are Clark together.

Leah Penniman ’02, MAT ’03

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Xiaoyi Cui ’14

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Albert Southwick ’41, M.A. ’49

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Carol Kappel ’85

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Jeremy Hastings ’01

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Sami Noor ’15

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