• Columbia Writers Series Hosts Cheston Knapp on Feb. 15.

    The local author and managing editor of a national literary journal will read excerpts from his new seven-essay book at this quarter’s Columbia Writers Series event on Feb.15 from 10 a.m. to 11 a.m. in PUB 258. Managing editor of Tin House Magazine Cheston Knapp released his first book, “Up Up,  Down Down,” on Feb. 6.  Knapp said his essays follow both his real life and all the lives he feels he could have lived, from family life, to skate boarding to a brief fraternity stint. Knapp [...]
  • Clark Administrator Pursues College President Aspirations: Tim Cook Finalist for Clackamas College President

    There might be one less bow tie on campus starting this summer, as Clark’s Vice President of Instruction Tim Cook is one of four finalists competing for president of Clackamas Community College in Oregon. Presidential Search Committee leader Amanda Coffey said the new president will be announced this spring. . Current president Joanne Truesdell announced her retirement after 10 years according to a CCC press release. Cook, who has worked at Clark for 21 years, said he’s known for about 10 [...]
  • Brightening Smiles: Clark Hosts Eleventh Annual Free Children’s Health Day

    Clark’s dental hygiene clinic has a history of community outreach that keeps the county smiling, and dental students help keep it that way. The clinic will host a free children’s dental health day in the dental hygiene building on the north end of campus from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Feb. 3. Dental students will provide cleanings, X-rays, sealants, fluoride and select emergency treatments to anyone under 18. The public event, which is in its 11th year, benefits families who cannot afford regular [...]
  • Seasonal Affective Disorder at Clark: What You Can Do

    As the days grow shorter and sunshine turns to rain, the changing seasons usher a dark cloud of depression for many residents of the Pacific Northwest. Seasonal Affective Disorder, a type of depression related to the changing seasons, afflicts students and staff at Clark College and is especially prevalent in the Pacific Northwest. SAD is related to reduced amounts of sunlight and is most common during late fall and early winter. In a survey of 31 Clark sociology students, nearly half of [...]

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