Earth Week After Party – tonight at 7, Dana Commons


Posted by Jenny Isler | Posted on Apr 21, 2014

The CSC and Sustainable Clark invite you to an ‘Earth Week After-Party’! Take a break and come on over to Dana Commons, Monday April 21, 7 pm – 8pm for delicious vegan sandwiches, salads and desserts (choco-covered strawberries!) from Chickpea; good conversation; music and just to celebrate  each other and our first successful Earth Week! Hope to see you there!

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Clark book swap is April 23


Posted by Gabe Epstein | Posted on Apr 21, 2014

Join the Clark University Book Club in its annual book swap on Wednesday, April 23 from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Come with any old books you have and swap them out for a new one! We will be showcasing all the books we’ve read over the year as well as others from our own collections.



Posted by Joseph Brady | Posted on Apr 21, 2014


APRIL – – Check the Web Site for the updated schedule due to weather and field conditions
Mon 21 Softball MIT  * 
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3:00 PM
Mon 21 Men’s Tennis at Roger Williams University 4:00 PM
Mon 21 Softball MIT  * 
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5:00 PM
Tue 22 Softball Brandeis University 
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3:00 PM
Tue 22 Baseball Becker College 
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3:30 PM
Tue 22 Softball Brandeis University 
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5:00 PM
Wed 23 Men’s Lacrosse at Springfield College  *
Live stats | Video
7:00 PM
Sat 26 Women’s Rowing Amherst, Bowdoin, Connecticut College, Mass-Maritime 
(Lake Quinsigamond, Worcester, Mass.)
Sat 26 Men’s Rowing Amherst, Bowdoin, Connecticut College, Mass-Maritime 
(Lake Quinsigamond, Worcester, Mass.)
Sat 26 Men’s Lacrosse at Emerson College  *
Live stats
1:00 PM
Sat 26 Men’s Tennis vs. Babson College @ MIT
(NEWMAC Tournament Semifinal)
3:00 PM
Sun 27 Baseball at Roger Williams University 1:00 PM

* NEWMAC Contest

Apr 19, 2014
NEWMAC Announces 2014 Men’s Tennis Tournament Seeds

April 19, 2014
Cougars Secure First-Ever Postseason Berth On Senior Day
Jack Goracy and Ryan Moore scored five goals each and host Clark University locked up the first postseason berth in program history with a dominating 16-6 win over Massachusetts Maritime Academy in New NEWMAC lacrosse action on Saturday afternoon.

April 19, 2014
Cougars Sew Up No. 3 Seed After 6-3 Win Over Wheaton
Visiting Clark University won two of the three doubles matches en route to a key 6-3 win over host Wheaton College on Saturday in New England Women’s And Men’s Athletic Conference (NEWMAC) men’s tennis action.

April 19, 2014
Cougars Finish Seventh At NEWMAC Championships
For the fourth straight year, Wellesley College laid claim to the New England Women’s And Men’s Athletic Conference (NEWMAC) rowing championship on a windy Saturday morning on Lake Quinsigamond. Clark finished seventh as Alex Niclou and Larissa DiMarco each earned second-team all-conference accolades.


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Spring Geography Colloquium concludes with ‘Adventures in space-time’ lecture, April 24


Posted by Rachel Levitt | Posted on Apr 21, 2014

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  • Thursday, April 24; 12 tp 1:25 p.m.
  • Jefferson 218


Please join us for our final colloquium speaker of the semester, Dr. Robert Kennedy, Assistant Professor in the Department of Earth and Environment at Boston University!

Dr. Kennedy will speak about Adventures in space-time: Landsat time-series analysis for fun and profit. Please view Dr. Kennedy’s faculty page for more information on his research.

A reception will follow in the Geography Commons. All are welcome.

Hope to see you there!

Theater Arts Program presents ‘like sisters,’ April 22-27


Posted by Melissa Lynch | Posted on Apr 20, 2014


  • April 22 – April 26 at 7:30 p.m.; April 27 at 3 p.m.
  • Michelson Theatre, Little Center
  • $5; free with College I.D.

Based on the works of Anton Chekhov
Directed by Raymond Munro

“like sisters” is the product of a yearlong collaboration between Professor Ray Munro and 15 Clark University students. The focus of this LEEP seminar was to create a new work, drawing from a wide range of sources including novels, plays, journal articles, and YouTube videos. Rooted in Anton Chekhov’s “Three Sisters,” “like sisters” looks with a critical eye at how we consume technology, perceive nature without an interior, and human beings without a spirit.

“like sisters” is a performance collage. It is structured by two poles; one is represented by the three sisters from the Prozorova family in the fading of Tsarist Russia. The other involves three young women sharing residential life at Clark University in 2014 who through the sharing of their suite, clothes, and boyfriends, find that they become like sisters. Bridging the two poles the piece moves through the 20st century in a non-linear way touching upon the themes of propaganda, public relations, and mind control.

For more information about the event, call our Estabrook office at 508-793-7356. Like ClarkArts on Facebook and follow us on Twitter.

Studio Art senior thesis opening reception is April 23


Posted by Tina Zlody | Posted on Apr 18, 2014

  • Wednesday, April 23; 4:30 to 6:30 p.m.
  •  Schiltkamp Gallery, Traina Center for the Arts.

An exhibition of artwork presented by graduating seniors undertaking a final project in Studio Art.

April 24: Students of Sima Kustanovich present chamber music concert


Posted by Tina Zlody | Posted on Apr 18, 2014

  • Thursday, April 24 at noon
  • Dana Commons second floor lounge (LEEP Center)

Music students taught and accompanied by Sima Kustanovich will present a noontime concert that is free and open to the public.

The program will include:

  • Concerto No. 1 in C  for Four Violas
  • Sonata for Flute and Piano
  • Sonatina in A Major for guitar and piano, Op.68
  • “Adagio”
  • #3,  Op. 83, from Eight pieces for Violin, Viola and Piano
  • “La Toupie” – Impromptu  from “Jeux D’Enfants “
  • “1900″ from ” Histoire du Tango”
  • #8, Op. 83, from Eight pieces for Violin, Viola and Piano

For more information, call 508-793-7356  or email Clark Arts.


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Clark University Concert Band performs in Tilton Hall on April 24


Posted by Tina Zlody | Posted on Apr 18, 2014


Thursday, April 24 at  7:30 p.m. | Tilton Hall, University Center

Rick Cain, Director


  • “Nessun Dorma” – Giacomo Puccini
  • “The Symphonic Gershwin” – George Gershwin
  • “A Longford Legend” – Robert Sheldon
  • “The Rakes of Mallow” – Leroy Anderson
  • “Silverado” – Bruce Broughton
  • “The Fairest of the Fair” – John Philip Sousa

This event is free and open to the public.

For more information please call 508-793-7356 or email Clark Arts.

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TODAY! Main South Scavenger Hunt


Posted by Rachel Levitt | Posted on Apr 18, 2014

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Today is our final event of Practicing Geography Week!  The long awaited MAIN SOUTH SCAVENGER HUNT!

In teams of 1-3, you must go around Main South following your clue sheet to determine what the clues mean!  The team with the most correct answers wins! Acoustic Java gift cards are the prizes!

Meet by Freud in Red Square at 3:30pm!

We hope to see you there for this psycho geographical experience!


Register now for Friends of Goddard Library’s Book & Author Dinner, April 29


Posted by Linda Scricco | Posted on Apr 17, 2014

The Friends Book & Author Dinner Returns!

 This event will be held in Tilton Hall at the Higgins University Center on April 29th. The registration deadline is April 21. Tickets are $60 and $85.  Our speakers will be noted authors Dr. Okey Ndibe, James Dempsey, and Nicholas Basbanes.

Dr. Ndibe teaches creative writing at Trinity College and Brown University. He as a co-founder of the journal African Commentary and as a novelist has written about Nigerians and their struggles both in their homeland and as immigrants.

Jim Dempsey has written a biography of Worcester-born-and-raised Scofield Thayer (editor of The Dial, the major modernist literary magazine of the 1920s), two novels, and a modern translation of Chaucer’s court poetry.

Nick Basbanes’ works are beloved by bibliophiles everywhere, on book collecting and book collectors, and now about paper.

Please note:  Tickets are $85 (private reception at 5:45) and $60 (general reception at 6:30). Dinner will commence at 7;  speakers at 8, then time for Q &A,and book signing at 9:30.


To register, contact Linda at or phone 508-793-7573.

 Monies raised will go to the Friends of Goddard Library who support a variety of programs at Clark University and in the Worcester community.