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"This video is a Clark family collaboration," says Jake Robert '21. My mother, a faculty and staff member at Clark, wrote the poem; I produced the video; and my sister, Sadie Robert, an alum from the class of 2019, created the music. It’s called 'Promise' and illustrates how nature marches on to comfort us in uncertain times." The poet, Jessica Bane-Robert, is director of prestigious fellowships and scholarships and also on the faculty of Clark's Creative Writing Program.

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