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ARTS Worcester student exhibition showcases emerging artists and unique media by Gwen Walsh Alumni Editor This year’s Colleges of the Worcester Consortium Student Art Exhibition offers a compelling student gallery … Continue reading
Performers advocate for openness by Jeremy Levine Scarlet Staff When I told various people that I was going to see The Vagina Monologues for the first time, most of them … Continue reading
Clark places on Huffington Post’s Most Awkward Colleges list By Kathryn Natale Copy Editor The Huffington Post caused a buzz on campus last week when it posted an article entitled … Continue reading
by Jeremy Levine Scarlet Staff This week’s meeting of the Clark University Student Council was dominated by a continuing effort to establish more complete representation on campus. First, however, Council … Continue reading
Five articles about strange spuds by Claire Tierney Scarlet Staff Haggis chips The famous New York food fair introduced America to Great Scot International’s latest “potato-like chip” trend. The chips … Continue reading
Why can’t Mitt Romney seem to pull away in his bid for the Republican nomination? By Justin Griffin Contributing Writer Without a doubt, the week of February 13th has been … Continue reading
Scarlet photographer Liz Mattarazzo covered the Men’s Basketball games against Springfield College and WPI.
Spring debate sees few candidates, fewer attendees By Jeremy Levine Scarlet Staff The time has come upon us yet again to embrace the oldest and noblest of democratic traditions: voting … Continue reading
Updates to dorms, including more community spaces, on the horizon By Zach Weinstein Scarlet Staff Change may be coming to Clark over the summer but in some ways be a … Continue reading
Professor’s new play less interesting than it should be By Ethan Goldstein Contributing Writer Clark is a university that prides itself on how it mixes the arts and sciences. Gorgeous … Continue reading