A New Earth Conversation: The World Is Changing; We Should Be, Too

A New Earth Conversation is a campus-wide initiative that, in exploring our relationship with the climate crisis, seeks to cultivate positive change through our response to climate change. Bringing together various Clark faculty from different departments including English, IDCE, Geography, the program is interdisciplinary, built on the premise that in order to make substantive change,…

Learning to Teach: An Interview with a MAT Student

Zachary Noel, a recent graduate from our English Department, is currently a student in Clark’s Master’s in Teaching Program (https://www.clarku.edu/academics/graduate/programs/masters/teaching/ ) This interview describes his experiences in the program as well as advice for any English majors or minors who are thinking about teaching and considering going into the program.  How do you find the…

Study Abroad Through Students’ Eyes

Gearing Up For those interested in studying abroad, the process of going to a different country may seem arduous. However, there are plenty of steps that you can take in order to make sure you are well informed, and well prepared before you see yourself off. Emily Schutz, the Undergraduate Student Assistant for the Study…

Asking Questions

By Jeremy Shulkin Jeremy Shulkin (’07) is an English teacher at University Park Campus School as well as a freelance writer.   My 9th graders know the routine. There to greet them at the beginning of each of my classes is a “starter” – an opinion-based question on the board that gets their brains ready…