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View Where are Women in the Ukraine War?: Why Feminists Always Ask Cynthia Enloe

Where are Women in the Ukraine War?: Why Feminists Always Ask

Research Professor Cynthia Enloe will address the role of women in the current war in Ukraine.
View Latine/Latinx Heritage Month Celebration Fiesta

Latine/Latinx Heritage Month Celebration

Celebrate Latine/Latinx Heritage Month by joining us for beginner Latin dance classes, every Friday through Oct. 7.
View Faculty Conversation on First-Year Common Read Parable of the Sower book cover crop

Faculty Conversation on First-Year Common Read

An interdisciplinary panel of Clark faculty will discuss “Parable of the Sower: A Graphic Novel Adaptation,” the common text in this semester’s Common Academic Experience for first-year students.
View Family and Friends Weekend Family Weekend 202

Family and Friends Weekend

Save the date for Family and Friends Weekend 2022, Oct. 14–16. Join us for special events and activities, athletic games, and plenty of opportunities to familiarize yourself with our campus, community, and Worcester.
Sponsored by: University Advancement
View Presidential Lecture: Daniel Ziblatt, Bestselling Author of ‘How Democracies Die’ Daniel Ziblatt

Presidential Lecture: Daniel Ziblatt, Bestselling Author of ‘How Democracies Die’

Is our democracy in danger? Harvard Professor Daniel Ziblatt, co-author of the best-selling “How Democracies Die,” will discuss his research and why he and his co-author, Steven Levitsky, believe the answer is yes.
Sponsored by: Office of the President

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