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  • Still Fast, Still Furious, Eighth Installment Manages To Keep Series Fresh

    “Fate of the Furious,” which released on April 14, is the eighth installment in the “Fast and the Furious” franchise and is directed by F. Gary Gray. This latest adventure follows Dominic Toretto, played by Vin Diesel, as he betrays his team and allies himself with a dangerous cyber-terrorist, played by Charlize Theron. The character growth of Toretto and his wife Letty Ortiz, played by Michelle Rodriguez,  is in the forefront of the film. Their relationship, built since the franchise [read more]
  • Teamwork Sparks Midseason Surge: Clark Baseball Goes On 11-6 Run

    Clark’s baseball team is 11-6 in its last 17 games, as of April 17 . The team was 11-3 overall before April 9 but have since experienced a four game losing streak. The Penguins’ focus on team cohesion instead of winning is the reason for the auspicious mid season, pitcher Grant Fisher said. The biggest change in the baseball team’s collective mentality has been eliminating the “cancers in the clubhouse,” Fisher said. “That’s someone who may be an ‘I’ guy. They’re more [read more]
  • Career Days 2017: Over 90 Employers Offer Job Opportunities

    Are you having a hard time finding a job? If so, then you may want to attend Career Days, an annual event Clark hosts to help students with their job hunt and explore career options from May 1-4. Career Days is a free, four-day event open to everyone. Workshops, seminars and other services will be offered, and a Career Fair will be held on May 3 in the O’Connell Sports Complex. Scott Clemans, employer relations specialist at Clark, said the Career Fair will feature more than 90 employers this [read more]
  • “A Tale as Old as Time” Modern Update Fails to Recapture Disney Magic

      Disney’s remake of its 1991 animated movie “Beauty and the Beast” in a live-action format was widely considered a success. The film grossed nearly $1 billion globally and was re-released in a sing-along format on April 7. Disney enjoyed similar success last year with its live-action remake of  “The Jungle Book,” an animated film from 1967, which also grossed close to $1 billion worldwide. Disney hopes to repeat these successes with live-action adaptations planned for “The [read more]
  • “Tenure is a bit like getting married” Seven Faculty Reflect on New Clark Commitment

    Lexi Hanson, Luke Hoekstra and Sandra Maszak contributed to this story (Photos from Clark College) The college’s Board of Trustees awarded tenure status to seven faculty members this year, based off of self, student and peer evaluations and recommendations from tenure review committees. Dr. Lindsay Christopher, Michael Ludwig, Brian McVay, Alexis Nelson, Tobias Peterson, Mary Ellen Pierce and Lora Whitfield earned tenure following a Board of Trustees meeting on March 14.     Mary [read more]
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ASCC Steps Up Search For New Officers

by Benji Grundner in In The Spotlight

The ASCC anticipates meeting its goal of 20 leadership applicants by May 8. Every spring the student government selects students to fill 12 positions on the ASCC and the [read more]

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