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Thirty Years and Still Counting!

Attended the 2017 homecoming at Clark Atlanta University, and I celebrated my 30th anniversary with my sorority sisters of Delta Sigma Theta. This was the one of outcomes! 51 more words

Where to Find Bruce at Clark College – Fall 2017

Mondays and Wednesdays

  • 10:30 AM – 12:50 PM CTEC 112 in SHL 125
  • 2:00 PM – 3:30 PM Office Hours in SHL 127
  • 4:00 PM – 5:50 PM CTEC 165 in SHL 125 on Mondays and Foster Auditorium on Wednesdays…
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Notes from a greenhorn teacher

By Gosia Wozniacka

At the start of my Journalism 101 class, a student’s mother committed suicide. The news arrived via two brief emails — one from a counselor at the college where I was teaching, another from the student. 1,843 more words

Voices Of August

Life After Death

Jay Romanelli isn’t shy about the fact that he has technically already died.  Sitting on the back patio of his home in Vancouver, Washington with a vape pen in his hand and a small cloud of vapor hanging over him that smells like a sweet berry, one can clearly see the scar on his sternum underneath the tank top that he’s wearing in the summer heat. 441 more words


Archer Gallery Art Annual

The Clark College Art Annual opened to crowds waiting outside Archer Gallery on Tuesday evening. The anticipated gallery featured art of diverse mediums.

Clark College artists were there with their art. 118 more words

Clay's Anatomy: Art Students Craft Ceramic Body Parts

It’s body parts galore for ceramics instructor Lisa Conway’s beginners ceramics classes.

The two classes, which consist of about 20-30 students, are working on what Conway would describe as “totem poles,” which incorporate an array of body parts including ears, hands, hearts, brains and more. 434 more words

Clark Baseball Player Injures Leg

Clark’s starting left fielder Hayden Humphrey went down with a dislocated kneecap in his right leg during Saturday’s game against Linn Benton College.

Humphrey fell after hitting the ball deep into left field with no contact between the ball and his knee. 79 more words