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Campus News & Events

TODAY at 3: Geography holds Undergraduate Awards & Honors Ceremony

Academic Spree Day is April 23

Tuesday's Earth Week Events

April 18: Carl Robert Keyes lecture on advertising, 18th-century lit. magazines

April 19: Clark Sinfonia to perform free concert in Razzo Hall

April 24: Students of Sima Kustanovich present chamber music concert

April 24: Political Science/IDCE sponsor discussion of internships, career opportunities in diplomacy

THIS WEEK IN CLARK ATHLETICS ? 4/14/14

TODAY: Geography Info Session & TRIVIA NIGHT

April 15 Marsh lecture looks at ‘Emerging Alternative Pathways in the 21st Century’

Donate to Goddard Library used book sale

2014 Spring/Summer Volunteer Internship

GSOM Finance Assoc. to screen ‘Glengarry Glenn Ross’ on April 16

Donate to the ‘Worcester: The City that Reads’ annual book drive

Purchase photography & enjoy live entertainment at the PhotoVoice Gallery Showing, April 29

Informational event on French Study Abroad Programs is April 16

Geography Colloquium Speaker Series hosts Rebecca Lave of Indiana U., 4/17

Hugh Manon’s exhibition of glitch images will be on display in the Higgins Lounge until May 18

‘Evolving Deviant Logics’ philosophy lecture by Charles Donahue is April 17

Sperling talks on Sex, Politics, and Putin

THIS WEEK IN CLARK ATHLETICS ? 4/7/14

One week until Earth Week 2014

English Department announces winners of the 2014 creative writing contests

Students: Attend Active Shooter Training on April 14; 2 p.m. in JEFF320

Students: Apply by April 21 to work at Commencement 2014 on May 18

Clark celebrates NCAA Division III Week

April 17: Earth Week special event – WeCare Organics Compost Tour

Saturday, April 5: Peace Studies Workshop on building organizations, forging coalitions, sustaining movements

Claudio Holzer presents two lectures on politics and democracy, April 7

April 4: Caren Grown talks about gender mainstreaming and foreign aid

 





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Campus News & Events

TODAY at 3: Geography holds Undergraduate Awards & Honors Ceremony

Academic Spree Day is April 23

Tuesday's Earth Week Events

April 18: Carl Robert Keyes lecture on advertising, 18th-century lit. magazines

April 19: Clark Sinfonia to perform free concert in Razzo Hall

April 24: Students of Sima Kustanovich present chamber music concert

April 24: Political Science/IDCE sponsor discussion of internships, career opportunities in diplomacy

THIS WEEK IN CLARK ATHLETICS ? 4/14/14

TODAY: Geography Info Session & TRIVIA NIGHT

April 15 Marsh lecture looks at ‘Emerging Alternative Pathways in the 21st Century’

Donate to Goddard Library used book sale

2014 Spring/Summer Volunteer Internship

GSOM Finance Assoc. to screen ‘Glengarry Glenn Ross’ on April 16

Donate to the ‘Worcester: The City that Reads’ annual book drive

Purchase photography & enjoy live entertainment at the PhotoVoice Gallery Showing, April 29

Informational event on French Study Abroad Programs is April 16

Geography Colloquium Speaker Series hosts Rebecca Lave of Indiana U., 4/17

Hugh Manon’s exhibition of glitch images will be on display in the Higgins Lounge until May 18

‘Evolving Deviant Logics’ philosophy lecture by Charles Donahue is April 17

Sperling talks on Sex, Politics, and Putin

THIS WEEK IN CLARK ATHLETICS ? 4/7/14

One week until Earth Week 2014

English Department announces winners of the 2014 creative writing contests

Students: Attend Active Shooter Training on April 14; 2 p.m. in JEFF320

Students: Apply by April 21 to work at Commencement 2014 on May 18

Clark celebrates NCAA Division III Week

April 17: Earth Week special event – WeCare Organics Compost Tour

Saturday, April 5: Peace Studies Workshop on building organizations, forging coalitions, sustaining movements

Claudio Holzer presents two lectures on politics and democracy, April 7

April 4: Caren Grown talks about gender mainstreaming and foreign aid