By Scott Levine
Photo: Clark University Sports Information
Men’s basketball coach Paul Phillips knew his team would have some growing pains. However, he did not foresee that this young team would surpass expectations to achieve a 12-13 record. Solid play from newcomers and veterans who embraced a larger role this year helped Coach Phillips acquire his 400th win this season.
Writing haiku is~ Tyler Terriault
like kissing your sister… Yeah,
you did it… but… gross.
The library is~ Tyler Terriault
the home of books and a thin
boy named Tyler. Me.
2014 Oscar Predictions
by Ronald Gerber
In just a few short days, the awards ceremony to end all awards ceremonies will be held. The 86th Academy Awards, hosted by comedian Ellen DeGeneres, are Hollywood’s chance to celebrate 2013’s best films and choose winners from 24 categories. As always, around this time of year, many journalists and film buffs eagerly guess how the Academy will vote. I’ve decided to put in my two cents as well.
I’m going away for spring break this year, and my parents are making me nervous. They keep telling me that I need to be careful and keep myself safe. It’s my first time going on a trip with friends, and my first time going anywhere for spring break, and I don’t know if my parents are blowing things out of proportion. What’s the deal with spring break? Should I be nervous?
Ready for Fun in the Sun
CUSC Residence Hall Reps aren’t really representative
by Jeremy Levine, Foreign Correspondent
I’d imagine that, for someone on Clark’s campus, the spirit of activism and protest is in the air. I’m in England and I can practically smell it from over here (although that just might be Kiev). This whole need-blind admissions situation has gotten a load of Clarkies in a stir. No matter where you stand on this particular policy, it has to be a relief to know that Clarkies are so invested in the future of their university.
Now let’s talk about David Scheff.
By Sarah Cramer
A timeline of the recent anti-government protests in Venezuela adorned the walls of the Grace Conference Room for the Latin American Student Association (LASO) event #SOSVenezuela last Sunday.
Negotiating with the elusive idea of “home”
by Keitaro Okura
Photo: Nadia Gul
Clark University hosted its second annual Third Culture Kids/Global Nomads Conference this past Saturday. Participants came from Holy Cross, WPI, and as far as SUNY Plattsburgh to partake in the various dialogue and lecture sessions offered.
A Conversation on feminism and failure
By Hasnaa Mokhtar
Who in their right mind would want to share personal stories of failure willingly and publicly? Feminists would! Why? To disseminate lessons learned through exploring challenging narratives of “failure.” In a lively conversation at the Higgins Lounge in Dana Commons on Wednesday, February 19, Professors Cynthia Enloe and Esther Jones spoke about becoming feminists, and how failure shaped their experiences.