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Clark to Host Free Movie

By Drew Telegin in Campus Clark is offering a free movie screening to all students, staff and faculty on Oct. 29 starting at 4 p.m. Clark will present the movie “Service, When Women Come Marching Home” in association with AmeriCorps Vet Corps. According to a flier promoting the screening, the documentary […]

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Clark to Host Disability Talk

By Sandra Zichterman in Campus In the spirit of Disability Awareness Month, Clark will host a talk about ableism, marginalization and disability justice on Tuesday, Oct. 28 from noon to 1 p.m in the Gaiser Student Center. Caitlin Wood, a disabled writer, speaker, educator and consultant will give a speech […]

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For Many, Two Years Pay Off

By Liepa Bračiulytė in News   By 2020, only one-third of new jobs nationally will require a four-year degree or more, according to Vice President of Instruction Tim Cook. In other words, the majority of new jobs will require only a two-year degree or less. Clark partners with local businesses […]

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Clark Throws Book at Garbage

By Liepa Bračiulytė in News Clark students will learn a heap about garbage in the next two years. “Garbology: Our Dirty Love Affair with Trash”, a 336-page book written by Pulitzer Prize-winning author Edward Humes, is Clark’s common read from 2014 through 2016. Janette Clay, the Transitional Studies Learning Communities […]

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Question Time with Ann Walker

By Marvin Pena in Sports Getting to Know Ann Walker Clark hired Ann Walker as Director of Intercollegiate Athletics this summer replacing Charles Guthrie. Overall, Walker has served for 23 years in athletics in roles ranging from administration to coaching. Walker comes to Clark during an athletic upswing as last […]