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Grieving Mother Turns Her Pain into a Mission

On a cool and rainy spring night in 2011, Darnell Steven Perkins took a job as a photographer chronicling the 18th birthday of his friend’s sister. 1,195 more words
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I'm going to be featured in OM Yoga Magazine!

International, UK-based OM Yoga Magazine will feature my book (Escaping the Boy: My Life with a Sociopath), me and fellow survivor, blogger, and entrepreneur, Andrea Clark, in their upcoming edition. 101 more words

Beginner Yoga

An Interview with the Hillsdale College Admissions Department

Hillsdale College has become far more selective in its admissions process over the course of the last few years. As more and more applications come in each year, simple statistics dictate that the College must turn a larger number of students away. 298 more words


ACT count down

By: Andrea Clark 

Guest Writer

A week before the test:  

Review some basic grammar and math on the ACT website.

The QR code to the left will take you to that site. 232 more words


Clarks in Costa Rica: June Update

Dear Family and Friends,

Jorge’s birthday, with the cemetery flowers in the foreground

This past weekend six of us from the ministry here in Costa Rica headed north to Nicaragua for four days in order to better prepare for our mission trip in August. 1,182 more words

Missionary Update

Teacher Spotlight: Andrea Clark

By: Sydney Sanders, Copy Editor

Let’s face it. There is a variety of personality types among teachers at Oak Grove. There are brainiacs and eccentrics, laid-back and high-strung, serious and goofy, hard to please and more tolerant. 611 more words

The Warrior Beat

Andrea Clark's East Riverside Urban Renewal Images on Display

Andrea Clark’s images are on display again at UNC-A.  They were last exhibited at Pack Library.  Here’s more information from that exhibition.

Asheville’s East End Circa 1968,” a historical photography exhibition by Asheville artist Andrea Clark, is on view through February 26 in UNC Asheville’s Blowers Gallery. 173 more words

Community Development