Skip to content
Campus Events

Clarke University announces new president, Dr. Thom D. Chesney

On February 26th, Sister Joanne Burrows announced Dr. Thom D. Chesney as the new president of Clarke University. Burrows, who has been the president of Clarke University since 2006, announced […]

Entertainment 0

Stan Lee, Marvel Comics icon, passes at 95

This past Monday on November 12th, Marvel mogul Stan Lee passed away at the age of 95. The creator of iconic superheroes like Spider-man, Hulk, Wolverine and so many more […]

Entertainment 0

Already missing Halloween? Here’s a list of our favorite horror movies that will help keep the spooky spirit alive!

Though we’ve just left the Halloween season in the dust, that doesn’t mean we have to give up any and all things spooky and scary! Horror, to me, is one […]

Campus Events 0

#ClarkeToo

Since the social media campaign spark in October 2017, the #MeToo movement hits close to home with members of the Clarke community. They hope Clarkies will participate in the upcoming […]

News 0

Taking Our Schools Back One Step at a Time

Are our schools safe anymore? Not only grade schools, but also colleges and universities are at risk every day for violence. We have to find a solution. The House of […]

Campus Events 0

Pet Therapy Now Offered Twice a Week

At Clarke University, students now have the option to attend Pet Therapy two times a week, which can help reduce stress and anxiety. In previous semesters, Pet Therapy met once […]

Campus Events 0

CUDM Kicks Off Year 3

By: Caroline Herrig Dance Marathon is an organization that supports the University of Iowa Stead Family Children’s Hospital, and this is Clarke’s third year of hosting their own Dance Marathon […]

Clarke News 0

Completing Compass: A survival guide for students who still don’t know what Compass is

Hello fellow Clarkies! As the semester winds down to the last sprint of finals, many Clarke students have received emails about Compass. Awareness of Compass and its requirements are especially important as you begin to consider what classes you will be taking next semester, and perhaps the one after that. As a student myself, I am also trying to figure […]

Clarke News 0

To knit or knot to knit?

Life in Apartment 303 can be unexpected. There are so many different temperaments between me and my five roommates, but we all share similar enough personalities. We are all social creatures, so the apartment is always full. Described by my roommate Lauryn, it’s like “living with a pack of wolves.” Almost every night, our guy friends visit and do their […]

Campus Events 0

Musical Menus is in in full swing

On April 4th and 5th at 6:30pm, Clarke students will be taking part in Musical Menus, a fundraiser that celebrates the work of the drama, music, and theatrical departments. Throughout the two nights, many students, as well as Clarke ensembles, will be performing a variety of songs coming from the jazz era. Kylie Gougler, a visiting professor and head of […]

Clarke News 0

Preventing Sexual Violence through Education on Campus

Students at Clarke University, as well as students from all federally funded colleges and universities in the United States, are required to take sexual violence prevention training every year. To comply with the U.S. Department of Education requirements, Clarke provides a mandatory online training course to its students in the fall to be completed by October. The goal of this […]

Ask the Editor 0

How to build a profession: a personal look into Clarke’s Internship for Credit program

Becky Herrig, one of the heads of Clarke University’s Career Service Center, has been helping students pursue professional opportunities since 2011. Whether she be reviewing résumés, establishing contact with potential employers, or helping students build confidence as interviewees, Herrig is dedicated to the task of connecting students with internship experiences that will help prepare them for the working world. Clarke […]