Safety Escort

Since the beginning of this school year, I’ve been employed by Clark’s Safety Escort Service. Lest the wrong idea come to your mind, this has nothing to do with the oldest profession. Lest an awesome idea come to your mind, it also has nothing to do with the Safety Dance. Escort, as it is universally…

Fall Fest

The Academic Commons was hopping last Friday afternoon. Why? The answer is Fall Fest. Fall Fest is a “celebration  of undergraduate students’ academic achievements and scholarly distinctions”. This year was both my first time going to Fall Fest and my first time presenting at Fall Fest. The event features both posters and oral presentations. Typically students…

Rocky Horror

1:30 PM—the lights were still on in Jefferson 320. The movie hadn’t started. Tables were lined with Smarties and peanut butter taffy. Clarkies in costume arrived, including my friends and me. People marked the Rocky Horror newbies on the forehead with a red-lipstick V. I dressed as a random cat because who doesn’t love random…

Busy Things!

Ah! Blogging! It’s been so long since I’ve done that! I’m afraid that I’ve lost my groove. Let’s see. I’ve been away from this esteemed webpage because Stuff Has Happened. Let me take you through last weekend: Friday:  Woke up around 9 (early for me!) and had a meeting with my advisor, Jay Elliott about my…

Fundraiser, Fall Break and Goya

CLARK

Owing to what I could only call my philistine slump( and strenuous work load) I could not post during the past few weeks. So here is my apology. Sometimes, you take classes and they seem to take up most of your time, creatively and somehow physically. I am not writing an introspective rant, I’m just admitting…

The Little Things

This week some big things happened at Clark. One, Bill Clinton came to campus. Two, Bill Clinton came to campus. It was pretty cool that he was here. Students and the Worcester community came out and stood in the rain for hours to see him. I have been lucky enough to meet the 42nd President…