Writer, environmental activist to speak at Clark for public dialogue on climate change

Writer and environmental activist Rebecca Solnit

The Higgins School of Humanities at Clark University will kick off its popular dialogue symposium series with a talk by award-winning writer and environmental activist Rebecca Solnit, titled “Stories for Hot Weather: In Between Impossible and Easy, Between Despair and Denial.” Her talk will begin at 7:30 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 18 in Room 320of the Jefferson Academic…

Sept. 11: Best-selling author Bohjalian at Clark to discuss ‘Narrating Genocide’

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Best-selling author Chris Bohjalian and scholar/expert Khatchig Mouradian will present “Narrating Genocide,” a public discussion beginning at 7:30 p.m., Thursday, Sept. 11, at the Higgins Lounge in Dana Commons at Clark University. Organized by the Strassler Center for Holocaust and Genocide Studies and co-sponsored by the National Association for Armenian Studies and Research (NAASR), the event…

Students in the class of 2018 tell their stories

Students in the class of 2018 share the stories of why they came to Clark University.

There’s an adage in journalism that everybody has a story. The LEEP Center set out to prove it true in a fun and revealing Orientation exercise in which first-year students were asked to compose personal narratives that will help them chart their unique Clark paths. The Aug. 23 session, “Telling Your Story,” held in Atwood…

New Clark Poll finds millennials grown up, getting by, and OK about turning 30

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The often criticized “Me Generation” could be turning into the “We Generation” Clark University, the nation’s leading institution tracking the development of Emerging Adults (18-29 year olds), released its first poll of Established Adults (25-39 year olds), which shows a generation whose lives are deeply connected to children, parents, friends and co-workers – bonds strengthened…