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LEEP: Clark leads an education movement

Read: Richard M. Freeland, Commissioner of Higher Education for Massachusetts and the former president of Northeastern University.

Mapping the Future

Read: Geographer, provost and now president, David Angel looks to redefine the liberal arts education at Clark.

A-mazing fact

Read: Clark University is credited with the use of mazes to study rat behavior.

The kids are all right (their parents, too)

Read: His research on "emerging adulthood" has make Prof. Jeffrey Jensen Arnett an international expert on the lives, loves and ambitions of 18- to 29-year-olds.

Bob Ross embodies the scholar-activist

Read: Sociology professor Bob Ross started trying to challenge convention and change the world even before he arrived at Clark.

Ed Trachtenberg was teacher, coach and advocate

Read:Chemistry Prof. Ed Trachtenberg, who passed away on Sept. 23, provided students with direction and advice.

Majoring in English at Clark

Read: Kulani Dias '13 reflects on the rewards of being an English major at Clark.

Clark geographer testifies before House of Representatives

Read: Clark geographer speaks about the Depleting Risk from Insect Infestation, Soil Erosion, and Catastrophic Fire Act of 2013.

Clark Poll: Parents welcome emerging adults back to the nest

Read: 2013 Clark University Poll of Parents of Emerging Adults

Jonas & Stanley

By Albert B. Southwick ’41Read the rest