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In honor of the Clark community

In honor of the Clark community’s perseverance, creativity, and commitment this semester, President David Angel announces the planting of a sugar maple tree on the campus green, near Red Square. The tree is a symbolic expression of how the University’s students, faculty, and staff have stood together through these difficult times.

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