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America’s Culture of Civil Disobedience

Click here for the transcript. Across the United States, people commemorate Martin Luther King Jr. for his leadership in the American civil rights movement.Today, the culture surrounding civil disobedience is different from when King served time in Birmingham Jail. The Independent interviewed Michael Ceriello, a political science professor at Clark, […]

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Intramural Sports Reboot

By Brody Voge in Campus A daily intramural sport will be available to all Clark students starting Monday. All intramural sports will be held in the O’Connell Sports Center gym. Intramural offers dodgeball on Mondays, volleyball on Tuesdays and Fridays, basketball on Wednesdays and indoor soccer on Thursdays from 1 […]

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Penguins Ice the Red Devils

By Tra Friesen in Sports A jam-packed crowd watched as both the women’s and men’s basketball teams easily defeated divisional rivals Lower Columbia College Wednesday night. [youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9_mdp1syUy8] The women started with a 9-0 run and never looked back, leading 52-41 at half. LCC guard Arinesha Smith willed the Red […]

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Rose City ‘Til They Die

By Stephanie LaRue in Sports The Portland Timbers have had their share of ups and downs since joining Major League Soccer in 2011. After finishing eighth out of nine teams in the Western Conference last season, the Timbers finished first in the conference this year and made the playoffs for […]

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Perfecting That Jump Shot

By Tra Friesen in Campus [youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_8JNvvYzYo4] Every Friday, O’Connell Sports Center hosts free intramural basketball from noon to 1 p.m. for all enrolled students. Intramural Program Director Garet Studer said classes and athletic practices make it difficult to get open gym time. “This was the one hour a week […]

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Letter to the Editor

In a recent article of “The Indy,” an issue was raised about the programming of theater productions under the leadership of Dr. Gene Biby. The blame (or credit, depending on one’s point of view, since there has been a considerable increase in student participation in these programs since his arrival) […]