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April 28 & 29: NEWMAC baseball and women’s rowing championships; click for info

Directions | Bracket | Web Cast | Live Stats |  Championship Website First Round Friday, April 28 #5 MIT at #4 Clark 3:30 p.m. Granger Field (Clark University)  Tickets $5 for adults $3 for seniors $1 for students Children under 12 free Directions | Web Cast | Live Results  Championship Website | Digital Program Saturday, April 29 Lake Quinsigamond, Worcester 8:30 a.m. Fourth Varsity 8 8:45 a.m. Third…

English Dept. announces 2017 writing contest winners

Congratulations to the winners of the English Department’s 2017 writing contests. Prentiss Cheney Hoyt Poetry Contest First prize: Cassidy To ’17, “I Am” Second prize: Maria Connors ’20, “Tidal Eyes” Third prize: Jessica Hoops ’18, “Revelation”; Genevieve Mahoney ’17, “The Cat Called Kitty” Betty ‘79 & Stanley Sultan Short Story Contest First prize: Chukwuma Egbuzie ’19,…

No Recycling Crew pick-ups from May 2-June 1

First off, thank YOU for doing so much recycling this year! The Recycling Crew is proud to announce that Clark attained a 58% diversion rate and a 43% recycling rate as of April 2017. That is impressive — it means that by weight, almost 2/3 of what we ‘throw away’ is diverted from landfill. The…

April 27: Philosophy Department presents lecture on aesthetic theory

Thursday, April 27; 4:30 p.m. Grace Conference Room The Philosophy Department welcomes Rachel Zuckert, who will present: “Why (not) have a systematic theory of the arts? Reflections on the aesthetic theory of Johann Gottfried Herder” In his works Critical Forests and Calligone, eighteenth-century philosopher Johann Gottfried Herder argues against providing a general theory of the…

Sustainable Clark: Recycling increased in 2016

We have tracked Clark’s recycling and diversion rates since 2011. Recycling rates are based on the total of all waste streams and recyclable items like paper, plastic, metal, and glass; diversion rates are based on total waste streams and recycling commodities, plus everything the university does not send to the landfill (compost, donations, e-waste, etc.).…