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Read: When he was about ten years old, Sandy Fries ‘76 was asked what he wanted to be when he grew up. A fireman? Doctor? Lawyer? No, he told his inquisitor, “I want to be Walter Cronkite.”
Read: As both trauma surgeon and police officer, Dr. Andrew Dennis '92 straddles two worlds brimming with violence.
Read: A troupe of Clarkies is turning the Boston theater scene on its head.
Read: The planned Alumni and Student Engagement Center embodies Clark's educational ambitions and reaffirms and the University's commitment to Main Street.
Read: From apps to robotics, Clarkies are reshaping the way we encounter our world.
Read: Clark radio stations traditionally supplied the campus soundtrack, until a group of students brought a bigger vision to WCUW.
Read: Jacquelyn Bessell, M.A. '94, Ph.D. '96, champions the Bard on the sides of the Atlantic.
Read: Diana Levine's New York photography career is a name-dropper's dream.
Read: Nearly forty years after adopting his daughter, Professor Paul Ropp set out to locate her birth father in Taiwan.
Read: From Iraq to Afghanistan to U.S. Veterans' Clinics, psychologist Clifford Trott '87 heals the hidden wounds of war.
Read: How Jeffrey Lurie '73 went from sitting in the cheap seats to owning the Philadelphia Eagles.