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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.
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August 6, 2015
From CLARK magazine, fall 2011 Joe '10 and Paul DeGeorge  
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August 13, 2015
Crews taking down one of the European copper beech trees Tuesday
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August 20, 2015
A peer adviser helps during the move-in process Thursday.
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August 21, 2015
The original movie poster from "Man with a Movie Camera."
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August 28, 2015
This story ran in the spring 2006 issue of Clark News.
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August 28, 2015
Clark University Research Professor Cynthia Enloe
Mount Katadhin, Tallest Mountain in Maine, 5 Clark Students posing with sign at the top
September 10, 2015
The world-famous Appalachian Trail is getting a lot of attention lately, from the release of the film “A Walk in the Woods,” based on author Bill Bryson’s 800-mile trek and starring Robert Redford and Nick Nolte, to a not-so-flattering
November 2, 2015
Traditional and new media alike love to opine about Millennials, and in many cases a generational divide, whether real or manufactured, rears its head.
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November 18, 2015
The terrorist attacks in Paris and near Beirut last week have triggered outrage around the world and a military reaction by France. But they have also led to an increase in anti-Muslim public sentiment and calls for all Muslims to apologize for the attacks.
November 18, 2015
In the war-torn Democratic Republic of the Congo, in what has been called the “Rape Capital of the World,” Dr. Denis Mukwege and his team treat as many as 3,000 women and girls each year for injuries due to sexualized violence by rebels, soldiers and civilians.
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November 23, 2015
When Clark University Rose Professor of Holocaust History Debórah Dwork addressed an audience on Nov. 15 about Jews’ search for loved ones after the Holocaust, she took note of the timing of her talk.
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February 10, 2010
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February 25, 2010
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February 18, 2016
Witches cursed, ghosts haunted, guilty hands were stained with stubborn blood, and once again, as he has on countless stages for almost 400 years, the murderous Macbeth met the fate he deserved. It all took place in Shakespeare & Company’s 2016 touring production of “Macbeth” in Atwood Hall, Feb. 3-5. The performance...
Amani Al-Khatahtbeh
March 23, 2016
The world can be a noisy place, but what happens when, out of all of those voices in traditional and social media, you can’t find one with which you identify? That was the issue Amani Al-Khatahtbeh faced and set out to resolve with her website MuslimGirl.net. Al-Khatahtbeh, 23, now the CEO and editor-in-chief, founded the...
Writing a different future - Climate Change Teach-in on Speculative Fiction
March 30, 2016
In his 2006 film "Children of Men," director Alfonso Cuarón lays out a bleak vision of the future: nearly two decades of human infertility have left society angry, violent and hopeless. But tucked into the “extras” on the DVD of the movie is a documentary that may be even more bleak than the movie itself because it...
Miles Davis portrait
April 1, 2016
If you’ve spent any length of time on Clark’s Worcester campus since 1994, you’ve probably walked by famed jazz musician Miles Davis a hundred times and not realized it.
Globe in hands
April 21, 2016
Mother Nature has a new, powerful ally — a group of 21 Americans ages 8 to 19 who filed a lawsuit against the federal government for, they say, not acting quickly enough to stop global warming.
Clark students visit the Edward M. Kennedy Institute for the U.S. Senate in Boston
May 13, 2016
It’s hard to consider a controversial topic from a different political viewpoint, and it can be especially difficult in today’s polarized landscape.
Dollar bills in a pile
May 19, 2016
Who doesn’t love getting a raise? Thanks to new Labor Department rules, 4.2 million more Americans can soon expect a bump in pay — or some additional free time.

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