Clark College honored Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Day this year by inviting a national social justice educator to shine light on flaws regarding racial equity in America’s education system. 268 more words
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Clark College President Bob Knight hosted an open forum Monday evening in PUB 161, where he answered staff and students’ questions.
The topic that dominated the discussion was the plan to make College 101 a required course for incoming transfer students. 98 more words
The Clark women’s basketball team will host Umpqua Community College on Saturday at 2 p.m. in league play.
The Penguins carved out a 62-49 win in a back and forth game against the Chemeketa Storm on Wednesday, where the lead changed five times. 103 more words
March Madness…I know, it’s only January, but last night, in addition to seeing a tough fought game between Indiana University (IU) and Wisconsin, I had the honor of watching the celebration of the 1976 UNDEFEATED, NCAA Men’s Championship Team and the unveiling of a new banner at Assemby Hall! 234 more words
As Editor, it is with grim satisfaction that I note that, with a New Year approaching, the enormous PR machine that lies dormant beneath the DTW offices might need to be put into action to reconsider our established strapline as “The World’s Least Influential Motoring Blog”. 175 more words