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Sol Cejas Emerges and Finds Herself in “The Haus of Luna”

Multidisciplinary artist and Clark alumnus Sol Cejas invites you on a journey of introspection that reflects her own journey of self-discovery in “The Haus of Luna”, her 7-room house-turned-art installation in Vancouver. With its vigorous colors, vaporwave aesthetic, extensive symbolism and geometric patterns, “The Haus of Luna” is Cejas’ homage […]

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Environmental Action Club Continues Divestment Campaign for Clearer Answers from Clark College Foundation

It’s an attestable fact that climate change is upon us. Ocean levels are rising, diseases are becoming more lethal, and wildfires are out of control. We’ve been aware for decades, but what are we supposed to do with less than an estimated seven years to change? Environmental Action Club co-presidents […]

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Clark Alumnus to Speak at Students with Disabilities Luncheon

Clark College alumnus Miguel Viveros Chavez will be a keynote speaker at the virtual Students with Disabilities Luncheon this Thursday, Oct 21 at noon. To celebrate Washington State’s Disability History Month, the Diversity Center welcomes students with observable and unseen disabilities as well as allies to join the luncheon. Viveros […]

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President Edwards Named Aspen Institute Fellow: What Her Plans Are for Clark College

The Aspen Institute College Excellence Program recently named President Karin Edwards a Fellow of the 2021~2022 cohort of the Aspen New Presidents Fellowship. With this accomplishment and the opportunities it provides, Dr. Edwards intends to closely examine Clark College and make a plan to improve the student experience. This program’s […]

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Clark College Bookstore Welcomes a Ban on Plastic Bags

  As of October 1st 2021, single-use plastic bags are no longer available to Clark College Bookstore customers, in accordance with the statewide ban to help reduce pollution. The bookstore instead offers environmentally–conscious reusable bags.  According to state law, bags provided by businesses and restaurants must be made of “40% […]