• The Penguins celebrate scoring their 25th point to secure their 3rd and final set victory against Clackamas, which punched their ticket to the playoffs. Aaron McPherson/The Indy

    Penguins Fly Past Cougars; Soar to Volleyball Playoffs

    Aaron McPherson – Reporter After finishing the regular season with a record of eight wins, six losses, Clark’s women’s volleyball team tied for fourth place in the south region standings with the Clackamas Cougars. To officially break the tie and determine who would move on to the Northwest Athletic Conference (NWAC) playoffs, Clark hosted Clackamas in a bonus seasonal match on Nov. 10. The Penguins came out victorious with a 3-1 win, securing a place in the championship tournament. [...]
  • The woman (Hélène Chatelain) stands on the titular jetty in “La Jetée.” Courtesy/Argos Films.

    Friday Film Reviews – La Jetee

    Matthew Phillips – Copy Editor Welcome back to Friday Film Reviews, your weekly entertainment recommendation serving as an alternative to less than stellar weekend movie theater offerings or endless reruns of “The Office.”   Today we continue our series on noteworthy pre-1970s films available for free from the Clark library, or in the case of today’s entry, available for free on YouTube. This week’s pick is a sci-fi short film, clocking in at a less than 30 minutes. Notably, this [...]
  • Molly Solomon, journalist behind OPB's “Longstanding Equity Issues At Clark College Alienate Staff, Students.”

    Sitting down with Molly Solomon

    Theresa Matthiesen – Online Managing Editor It did not go unnoticed by the Clark College community when several faculty members of color left the college earlier this year. After the Indy first covered the subject in June 2018, Oregon Public Broadcasting (OPB) reporter and producer Molly Solomon released a report about racial issues at Clark in October. Solomon granted the Indy’s request for a question and answer session about her story, “Longstanding Equity Issues At Clark College [...]
  • This year's sophomores were recognized and honored by the team after the game concluded. From left to right, Jordan Johnson, Megan Hess, and Mary Schorn. Hannah Dollar/Clark Athletics.

    Playoff Hopes Still Alive After Memorable Volleyball Finish

    Aaron McPherson – Reporter The Clark women’s volleyball team is only one victory away from securing the fourth playoff spot for the south region in the Northwest Athletic Conference (NWAC) championship.    Clark won their final home game Nov. 7. The Penguins and Clackamas Cougars are now tied for the season, each with eight wins and six losses. The Penguins and Cougars will face off again in a extra post season match for the official fourth seed. The game will be Saturday, Nov. 10 at [...]
  • Grace Kelly and Jimmy Stewart in a scene from Alfred Hitchcock’s “Rear Window.” Courtesy/Paramount

    Friday Film Reviews – Rear Window

    Matthew Phillips – Copy Editor It’s Friday evening. You’re sitting at home, staring at your television/laptop/cell phone. Your brain is fried after another grueling week of school. All you want is to be entertained, for a few hours to float away into another world. But what on earth to watch? The endless struggle begins anew. Like many college students, looking at the weekend box office and gambling your hard-earned money on a subpar movie is often a disheartening experience. There [...]

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