Clark Diaries: Undergraduate Student Blogs
Experience campus life first hand from undergraduate Clarkies.
new My internship at Year-Up
Tara Barnes '14 blogs about her summer internship at Year-Up.
Ridin Thru Leiden
Sharon Bort '14 blogs from Leiden, The Netherlands.
Into the Land of Hansel and Gretel
Stefanie Gough '14 blogs from Berlin, Germany.
The Cape Town Chronicles
Olivia Rogine '14 blogs from Cape Town, South Africa.
To Sevilla and beyond
Mae Beerman '14, blogs from Seville Spain.
Tasting my way through Prague
Tess Bettman '14, blogs from Prague, Czech Republic.
Vietnamese Roommates, Food and War Museums
Sarah McPhillips '14, blogs from Vietnam..
Ellie Hurd '14, blogs from Shanghai,China
The Art and Science of Physics at Clark University
Physics student Dan Rillovick '15 blogs about his journey as a physics major.
Cat's Pond Crossing
Catherine Walker '14 blogs from the University of London School of Oriental and African Studies.
Theatre of the Mind
Theater and psychology double major Curran O'Donoghue blogs about his academic program.
A Biology Student's Perspective
Transfer student and biology major Michael Keveny blogs about his academic program.
Forest and Atmosphere Dynamics
Alex Kappel '13 blogs about his environmental science research with a team of students on the Harvard Forest Summer Research Program.
Graduate students in Clark's International Development, Community, and Environment Program blog about their field work.
Time in Tasmania
Shannon Magrane '14, blogs from University of Tasmania, Australia.
11 Thousand Miles
Brenna Merrill '14, blogs from Murdoch University in Perth, Australia.
Beachin' 4 Justice
Daniel Deutsch '13 blogged about his Barth Summer Internship at Jeans4Justice in San Diego, CA.
Students in Clark's Graduate School of Management blog about their experiences.
Clark English Blog
Undergrad English majors blog about their department work.
Huffington Post: Even in Bad Times, Colleges Can Make Education Pay Off
Clark President David Angel blogs about the issues affecting higher education in a regular feature on the Huffington Post College page.
new Wiatrowski Lab News
Heather Wiatrowski, Assistant Professor of Biology Adjunct Faculty in Chemistry ,blogs about her lab work in microbial stress resistance and survival in metal-contaminated environments.
Huffington Post: Holocaust and Genocide Studies
Dr. Mikaela Luttrell-Rowland, Academic Program Liaison Officer at the Strassler Center for Holocaust and Genocide Studies, blogs about social policy and inequality issues.
Resources for exploring careers
new IDCE Admissions
Learn more about Clark's International Development, Community, and Environment Program.
Blog about student-designed and student-run programs to heighten cultural awareness, appreciation of cultural diversity, and intercultural understanding.
The latest news about Clark students, faculty and alumni.
Videos, podcasts, photos and blogs.
The Scarlet (undergraduate student newspaper)
FLICKR AND PICASA
Clark University. @ClarkMatters. Up to the minute tweets about happenings at Clark.
new LEEP Center. @LEEPCenter. Join the conversation.
new IDCE. International Development, Community & Environment Program
Rocket the Pig. Undergraduate student philanthropy program
Clark University Channel: videos about campus life, academics, Clark's fifth-year master's program, campus sustainability and our alumni.
new Student Accounts
Clark University Page