English Department Graduates Reflect on Time at Clark

Willow McKeon ’22 went into college thinking she was going to be a history teacher or psychologist. “I quickly found that history and psychology classes weren’t necessarily for me,” McKeon said. “What I did realize Freshman year is that I was really interested in the media analysis (mostly books and movies) that I did in…

Food Insecurity Symposium Highlights Need to Act Now

ClarkU Hillel brought students and community leaders together on April 13 for a Food Insecurity Symposium at Clark University’s Tilton space, as they worked to fight the issue that plagues one in three college students as well as learn how to advocate for themselves. The Food Insecurity Symposium, which was hosted by graduate student Monica…

Humanities and Science Coming Together To Fight Climate Change

On March 18 A New Earth Conversation (NEC) hosted a climate dialogue campus-wide to bring together students, staff, faculty, and administration to share a common concern for the global climate crisis. During a second round of panels, English professor Steve Levin joined Jessica Bane-Robert, the Director of Prestigious Fellowships and Scholarships, as well as IDCE professor…

Class Visit: Robin McLean

Robin McLean returned to Clark University to speak with Professor Michael Carolan’s “Creative Writing: Advanced Fiction” class and hold a discussion about her most recent fiction novel, which was an instant hit. “They had quite the experience with Robin,” Carolan said. Carolan’s class read McLean’s “Pity the Beast,” which is currently long listed for the…