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A scene from the movie "Bend it like Beckham"
Clark University will host “Film Making, Creativity, Migrant Biographies, Diasporic Disruption,” a conversation with internationally acclaimed film director Gurinder Chadha and Clark Sociology Professor Parminder Bhachu, on Monday, October 24, at 6 p.m. in Dana Commons, 950 Main St. The event is free and open to the...
German slave labor camp
Christopher Browning  Clark University will present “Holocaust History and Survivor Testimony,” a lecture by professor and author Christopher Browning, beginning at 7:30 p.m. Wed., Oct. 26, in Tilton Hall in the Higgins University Center, 950 Main Street. This free, public lecture also will commemorate the 25th...
Thomas Kühne,David Pijawka, Judy Dworkin and Jody Emel, seated in chairs, talk about issues in "Indian country."
Alumni Judy Dworkin, PhD ’78, and David Pijawka, PhD ’83, recently returned to Clark University to talk about their experiences in Arizona working with American Indians. Their talk, titled “The Challenges in Indian Country in the 21st Century: Planning, Law and Community,” was sponsored by the Graduate School of...
Prof. Janette Greenwood, Stanley Gutridge '45 and Prof. Esther Jones
Stanley Gutridge ’45 returned to Clark University Oct. 6 to share his thoughts about the evolution of Worcester, the value of public service, and the institutional racism he faced when he entered the work world. His recollections were plentiful and detailed, and the conversation always engaging. The Community Fireside...
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The Mosakowski Institute for Public Enterprise at Clark University will host “Holding Government Accountable,” a lecture by Massachusetts State Auditor Suzanne Bump, on Wednesday, Oct. 26, at 11 a.m. in the Lurie Conference Room of Higgins University Center, 950 Main St. The event, which is co-sponsored by the Political...
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Clark University is one of the 361 most environmentally responsible colleges according to The Princeton Review. The university is included in the education services company’s free book, The Princeton Review's "Guide to 361 Green Colleges." Download the  Princeton Review Guide to Green Colleges here. The Princeton...
Pettybook
Clark University presents “Men, Masculinities and Emotion in Rock and Roll,” a conversation with Warren Zanes, author of “Petty: the Biography,” and executive director of the Rock and Roll Forever Foundation, beginning at 7 p.m., Oct. 20, in the Daniels Theater at Atwood Hall. The event is free and open to the public...
Andrew Gvirtz standing in front of Alumni and Student Center at Clark University
At the end of a summer-long internship with The Boston Consulting Group, Andrés Gvirtz ’18 found himself with a dilemma: He didn’t have anything to wear. The economics and psychology major started and ended his week in Munich, Germany, traveling to Dusseldorf and Hamburg in between, and was headed to a two-week...
Dan Butterworth's marionettes for Stravinsky's "L'Histoire du Soldat"
Clark University’s Department of Visual and Performing Arts will present a performance of “L’Histoire du Soldat” or “A Soldier’s Tale” by Igor Stravinsky, at 7:30 p.m. Friday, Oct. 14, in Atwood Hall, Daniel’s Theater on Woodland Street. The concert is free and open to the public. "A Soldier's Story" marionette, by Dan...
A tiny house built by Derek 'Deek' Deidricksen sits on Alden Quad.
Author, builder and HGTV show host Derek “Deek” Diedricksen spoke about the benefits and popularity of “living small” during a recent presentation for Home (De) Constructed, the Higgins School of Humanities’ fall dialogue symposium.
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As it so often does, Clark University enjoyed a robust presence at the Worcester Business Journal's 17th annual "40 Under 40" awards program held Sept. 14 at Mechanics Hall. Launched in 2000, the awards honor business leaders under the age of 40 who are making an impact in the Central Massachusetts/MetroWest region....
Radiant Sport
Raja Venkatachalam, M.B.A. ’16, always thought life was easy before starting Radiant Sport, his nonprofit sports organization focused on engaging people from all socioeconomic backgrounds. “When I interacted with orphans and the downtrodden, my perspective of life changed,” says Venkatachalam, who recently earned a...
Poster of Defying the Nazis PBS special showing people with baby
"Hitler came to power on January 30, 1933. Within half a year, the life of every single Jew living in Germany — that’s half a million people — was radically changed.” These words are among comments contributed by Holocaust historian and Clark University Professor Debórah Dwork in “Defying the Nazis: The Sharps' War,”...
Thana Faroq '13 is a photographer in Yemen
Thana Faroq '13 took her first photograph — a picture of her family — using her father’s camera when she was just 10 years old. Back then, she and her family lived in a peaceful Yemen, one without war or bloodshed.
Student Michael Spanos talks to his professor, Mark Miller, on the green at Clark University
It was a transcontinental kind of summer for Mark Miller.
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The 2017 edition of U.S. News & World Report’s Best Colleges guide, released Sept. 13, recognizes Clark University’s outstanding academics and financial value, ranking Clark at No. 74 among National Universities and No. 27 on the list of Best Value Schools. The U.S. News guide has again recognized the University’s...
Jacob Reiner with teammates from the Israel Premier Lacrosse League on the field.
Over three months this summer, we took you on a journey across the world, from the streets of Haiti to the railways of Russia; from Antarctica’s Clark Mountains to the Arctic’s Wrangel Island.
Farida Hassan conducts field work in Turkana County, Kenya
After earning a master’s degree in environmental science and policy from Clark University, Farida Hassan, M.S./ES&P ’10, identified a need for environmentally sustainable community development in one of the places that mattered the most to her — Kenya, the country where she was born. “I wanted to give back to my...
Mark Turnbull award
The highest honor given by the New England Association of Chemistry Teachers is the John A. Timm Award, which recognizes “an individual who has made exceptional contributions to the education of young people in chemistry.” Clark University chemistry students, current and former, will hardly be surprised to learn...
Cynthia Michael-Wolpert '90 sits on a panel discussion with her daughter, Natalie '18, and Undergraduate Student Council President Cory Bisbee '19
Cynthia Michael-Wolpert ’90 knows the stress that accompanies moving a child into college. “It was like a kick in the gut,” she said during a Move-In Day panel discussion with her daughter, Natalie ‘18. “My baby was leaving.” To help families of first-year students experiencing the same emotions, during a 45-minute...
Students engaged in activity on the green
The Princeton Review's 2017 College Guide is available now Clark University has been recognized by the Princeton Review as one of the country’s best institutions for undergraduate education. Clark is included in the 2017 edition of the annual college guide, “The Best 381 Colleges.” Only about 15 percent of America’s 2,...
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MEDICINE AND ETHICS IN BLACK WOMEN'S SPECULATIVE FICTION By Esther Jones, Assistant Professor of English The book engages the complex nexus of black women's health, the fraught history of medicine as it relates to black women, and the problems with the inconsistent application of medical ethics that should concern us...
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The Department of Visual and Performing Arts (V&PA) at Clark University will offer a major in media, culture and the arts (MCA), directed by Hugh Manon, associate professor of screen studies. MCA’s focus on media history, theory and production in equal measure encourages students to engage in research and creative...
Clark's Model UN team at a Harvard University MUN conference in February 2016.
Imagine being in a room with hundreds of other people, each of whom comes to the table representing a different country’s interests. Your challenge: to explain your assigned country’s stance on an important topic like free speech and privacy, build consensus and negotiate a draft resolution upon which all parties agree...
Rachael Segal Play Theater masks
Raechel Segal ’17 has a pretty good response to the age-old question, “What did you do on your summer vacation?” Rachael Segal '17 Her short play, “Moon Juice,” is a finalist in Manhattan Repertory Theatre’s 10-Minute Play Contest, which gives accepted works a technical rehearsal, full dress rehearsal, and a minimum of...

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