On the air

Read: Clark radio stations traditionally supplied the campus soundtrack, until a group of students brought a bigger vision to WCUW.

Shakespeare’s siren

Read: Jacquelyn Bessell, M.A. '94, Ph.D. '96, champions the Bard on the sides of the Atlantic.

Shooting Stars

Read: Diana Levine's New York photography career is a name-dropper's dream.

Finding Mr. Wu

Read: Nearly forty years after adopting his daughter, Professor Paul Ropp set out to locate her birth father in Taiwan.

Medic of the Mind

Read: From Iraq to Afghanistan to U.S. Veterans' Clinics, psychologist Clifford Trott '87 heals the hidden wounds of war.

His chosen field

Read: How Jeffrey Lurie /73 went to sitting in the cheap seats to owning the Philadelphia Eagles.

TURNING HIGH-RISK INTO GREAT ART

Read:Alumna founds theater company that leads audiences to the creative precipice and dares them to jump.

A Force for Change in a Time of Conflict

Read: Andre-Guy Soh, M.A. ‘05, has worked in some of the most dangerous places on the planet.

The ‘Wow! Wow!’ factor

Read:Brad Powers '96, M.B.A. '97 is a self-described "serial entrepreneur."

Message from the Alumni Association President

Alumni Success, Stories

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Message from the Alumni Association President

Read: "It was through Clark that I came to understand one should take advantage of opportunities, always challenge oneself, and always learn."

The Write Stuff

Campus Life, Stories

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The Write Stuff

Read: Robert Hutchings Goddard's autobiography goes to the moon.

Mapping the Future

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