• Penguin Pantry Officially Opens

    The Penguin Pantry officially opened  as Bob Knight cut it’s ribbon during an open house on Oct.25. Donors, including members of the Clark College Foundation, Clark faculty, the ASCC, Sysco and the Community Foundation of Southwest Washington, were present and honored during the ceremony. Pantry staff were also available to answer questions and receive donations. Managed by a multi-departmental staff, Penguin Pantry committee member Armetta Burney said the pantry provides students with food [...]
  • “Thor: Ragnarok” A Comedy Marvel

    Does “Thor: Ragnarok” need any introduction? We’re nine years — and seventeen movies — into the Marvel Cinematic Universe, with three more installments planned for release next year, so by this point you probably are either tired of these films or have already bought your tickets. But it can become a bit exhausting. With all these heroes sharing the screen and no signs of the MCU slowing down, it begs the question: what does this film do to stand out from the crowd? [...]
  • Clark Women’s Soccer Team Places Third in The NWAC

    By Ainslie Cromar and Riley Clarke, The NWAC sports commentator recited the names of all 29 players on Highline College’s roster and the 20 on Clark’s before the two teams jogged to their starting positions, anxiously awaiting for the game to begin. Once it did, head coach Sean Janson said the field at Starfire Sports Complex in Tukwila became “a battle.” Clark women’s soccer team placed third in the NWAC after losing a 4-3 penalty kick shootout to Highline College in the Semifinals [...]
  • Clark Theater Presents ” A View From The Bridge”

    In a theater production it’s up to everyone to create harmony for a better show. The actors, director and producer are working together to bring Clark’s fall play, “A View From The Bridge,” to life this November. The story takes place in post-World War II New York and follows Eddie Carbone, played by Zak Campbell, and his wife, who are both children of Italian immigrants. They are raising their niece, Catharine, played by Sammy Williams. Undocumented Italian immigrants move into their [...]

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