Clark Overcomes Computer Bugs

Feb 22, 2015 No Comments by

The Clark computer lab has fixed over 70 computers this quarter, according to its employees. The student-run computer help desk located in AA4 110 offers free walk-in computer repair. According to Richard Stone, a student computer repairman, fixing computers in the lab is “part of the degree path” and a requirement for the Computer Tech […]

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Clark Swallows the Chokers

Feb 21, 2015 No Comments by

From the opening tip, the Clark’s women’s basketball team looked to apply pressure on an 0-22 Grays Harbor team. The game started on an 18-0 Clark run. Clark remained in control all game resulting in the final score of 82-22. Taylor Howlett led the way for the Penguins, scoring 19 points. She was also tied […]

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Clark Hires from Within To Counter Curveball

Feb 18, 2015 No Comments by

Like any two-year college, Clark’s athletic programs are used to the high turnover rate of athletes. What they weren’t prepared for was their baseball coach leaving a week before the start of preseason workouts. Head Coach Don Freeman left in late August to coach the German National Team for the fourth time this summer and […]

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Commentary: Obama Paves the way for Free Community College Pro’s and Con’s

Feb 18, 2015 No Comments by and

Pros Obama’s new college proposal looks to make community college more accessible for any student “willing to work for it” according to the president himself. The plan would allow high school graduates who attend community college at least half-time and maintain a 2.5 grade point average while working towards a degree to have their tuition […]

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K-14: “Freedom is Education”

Feb 18, 2015 No Comments by

A sea of white t-shirts flooded the auditorium in hopes of making a change. The room buzzed with excitement and anticipation. “We are the students of higher education! We are the future! We deserve support!” Chanted the crowd. Protesters gathered around the balconies holding signs that read “redefine education and unite us as K-14.” Clark […]

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