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10 QUESTIONS WITH Cailley Culotta, musician and environmentalist
Lowell Sun 02/22/2016
Cailley Culotta is a senior at Clark University. The Townsend resident served an internship with the Worcester Chamber Music Society Music Camp. Before camp began, the North Middlesex Regional High School graduate did lots of administrative tasks for the group. Culotta made a presentation about the experience at the university's Fall Fest academic showcase. This story also ran in the Nashoba Valley Voice (Ayer, Mass.).

Instantly Improve Your Day With These Happiness Hacks 02/22/2016
Use these strategies to rewire a lousy moodor even amp up a good one. Crack a grin. Even if its totally fake. Research out of Clark University in Worcester, Mass., revealed that smiling appears to activate the happiness centers of the brain. A different study found that smiling during a tense moment may help reduce your bodys stress response, whether or not you actually feel happy.

Millennials must make their own milestones
Daily Trojan 02/21/2016
But for all the young adults who are going through their 20s right now, settling down and locking down a full-time job becomes less and less plausible given the economy and changing American society. These societal shifts are pushing back the traditional life milestones we should be expecting in our 20s. This period in our lives have been coined as emerging adulthood first by psychologist Jeffrey Arnett. ... Arnett, a professor at Clark University, explained in his 2014 report that as our generation eases into adulthood, we help shift the mindset of the whole country.

College Town: Clark awards first Ph.D. in Armenian genocide studies
Worcester Telegram and Gazette 02/21/2016
Khatchig Mouradian became the first student to complete a doctorate in Armenian Genocide Studies at the Strassler Center for Holocaust and Genocide Studies at Clark University.

State rep candidates tackle questions about the arts
Sentinel and Enterprise 02/21/2016
The Fitchburg Cultural Alliance and the statewide arts advocacy group MASSCreative are partnering on Create the Vote -- Fitchburg and Lunenburg to ensure the candidates seeking to succeed Stephen DiNatale as state representative get a chance to air their views on the arts, culture and the creative economy. [Candidate] Stephen Hay [81] responded, I received a BA from Clark University in theater arts and a master of fine arts in directing from Rutgers University. I believe theater, movies and literature are venues for all people to explore their viewpoint and emotions regarding people, situations and circumstances. How one responds and grows from these experiences has a direct impact on how they view and interact with their community.