• Clark Graduation 2017

    Around 800 students, along with family, friends and faculty, gathered in the Sunlight Supply Amphitheater Thursday night for Clark’s 2017 graduation ceremony. Clark College President Bob Knight opened the event by acknowledging the sacrifices made by veteran and working students and their families; he also commended the 413 Running Start graduates for “making a smart investment in their future and saving thousands of tuition dollars.” Clad in different-colored robes depending on their [...]
  • Pirates of the Caribbean 5: Sink or Swim? (Review)

    Reporter Amanda Hines contributed to this story Amanda’s  “Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales” is a success at bringing the feel of the original trilogy back to life after the lackluster “Pirates Of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides.” Johnny Depp takes a backseat to make room for actors Kaya Scodelario and Brenton Thwaites who join the series as Carina Smyth and Henry Turner. The pair, in addition to Geoffrey Rush who returns as Hector Barbossa, bring back the [...]
  • Humans of Clark College

    Digital News students have begun featuring Clark students, faculty and staff in a new online project called “Humans of Clark” this quarter. Students post a picture and quote on the Facebook page everyday. Instructor Gosia Wozniacka created the project based on Brandon Stanton’s “Humans of New York.” “I did have one nickname (as a child), it was ‘worm catcher’ because I sucked at softball. It was the worst, I hated it, I’m not an athletic person at all and they used to stick me [...]
  • Inside the Indy: Parting Thoughts

    My heart was racing. I wiped my sweaty palms on my ironed slacks and stepped into the room. A week before, I submitted my application for the life editor position at the Independent. I had over prepared for this interview because it was my dream to have the same job my sister had just a few quarters ago. A couple days later, I received a call from the editor-in-chief. I didn’t get the job. At least not initially. That was in winter 2015. Fast forward to now and we’ve published the final [...]
In the spotlight

NERD Girls Club Supports Women in STEM

by Ainslie Cromar in All

Cassidy Gordon strolled through the hallway of Clark’s STEM building on the way to her first class needed for her engineering degree. Two things stuck out to her as she [...]

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