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Wanted: One water bottle from Canada. Montréal.

Missing: Near the Northern Tip of Denmark

Lost: 22 May 2016

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Penguins Celebrate Pride Day

Nathan Baird and Steven Mitchell also contributed to this story.

The Clark campus was alive on Tuesday with neon-colored tulle skirts, tie-dyed clothing and LGBTQ pride flags sticking out of people’s hair, backpacks and pant pockets. 488 more words

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Fox tv fall 2016-17 Schedule

MONDAY
8-9 PM — Gotham
9-10 PM — Lucifer

TUESDAY
8-8:30 PM — Brooklyn Nine-Nine
8:30-9 PM — New Girl
9-10 PM — Scream Queens… 4,862 more words

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'Taste of the Islands' Celebration

Community members and students joined celebrated Asian Pacific Islander culture at a “Taste of the Islands” celebration and ukulele jam session Thursday afternoon.

The event was hosted by the Asian Pacific Islander Club and the Activities Programming Board in effort to educate the Clark College community in Asian and Pacific Island cultures, according to club president Johanna Inoke. 53 more words

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ASCC Application Date Extended

ASCC has pushed back the executive council position application deadline to May 13, due to a lack of submissions.

“Several of our applicants also applied to the Activities Programming Board and other leadership opportunities, meaning that if they accepted a position in another leadership group we may later have to reopen the positions,” said Student Life Director Sarah Gruhler. 70 more words

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Dance of Ghana

Gaiser Student Center will echo with the sounds of Ghanaian music come Thursday morning.

APB is welcoming back the newly-named Obo Addy Legacy Project to perform at Clark. 76 more words

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The switchyard analogy: Managing anonymous user data to send relevant ads to proper destinations

Are Audience Profile Books and the Information Trust Exchange marketplace  like a railroad switchyard?

In a railroad switch yard trains come in from all over the place and box cars of goods are switched around and made up to different trains and then go on their way. 631 more words

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