Every year since 2013, in mid-February Clarke Residence Life has held a week- long event known as Clash of the Classes. During this week students of different classes go head—to—head in competitions to earn points for their class. At the end of the week the class with the most points is named the winner and receive bragging rights until there is a new champion the … Continue reading Clash of the Classes
Clarke University, located in Dubuque, Iowa, welcomed future students to attend Admitted Student event in order to receive a scholarship and get a start on their Compass requirements. Admitted Student Weekend, formerly known as VIEW Weekend, occurs every year during the spring semester of the academic school year at Clarke University. The purpose of these weekends is to provide scholarships to those admitted students who … Continue reading Admitted Student Weekend starts with the purpose of financial, educational, and social advancement.
For the Students, By the Students The world is rapidly advancing in technology and in improving the ways of creating news media. The merging from print media to a unique hybrid of both print and digital media has highly influenced how we receive our news. We are lucky to live in a time where news media is so interactive, creative, and unique compared to the … Continue reading The Need for Student Media
Dubuque’s Multicultural Family Center and the Dubuque Black Men Coalition came together at Inspire Café on February 17th from 6:30-9:00 pm to celebrate Black History Month and to reflect on the need for unity. According to Sarah Petersen, Assistant Director of The Multicultural Family Center, approximately 60 guests were treated to refreshments, trivia prizes, and the location of Inspire Café through a donation from The Multicultural … Continue reading Diversity & Unity, Themes at The Black History Month Celebration
National Mississippi River Museum and Aquarium here in Dubuque has much to offer the community. There are new rotating exhibits every couple of months while offering the always interesting aquarium with fresh and salt water creatures, outdoor nature environments, historical boats and buildings you can interact with, and so much more. Running from February 11th to April 23rd, Top Secret: License to Spy was an exciting … Continue reading The National Mississippi River Museum Offers More Than You Might Expect
In February, Clarke University’s Art and Design Department presented the Bachelor of Arts Degree Exhibition where current seniors displayed their newest art pieces. Erik Brolin (Ceramics), Morgan Hazer (Painting), and Hope Greenwood (Painting) have their work displayed in Clarke University’s Quigley gallery until March 8th. The available hours to view the art are 1-5:00 p.m. Monday through Friday and 1-4:00 p.m. on Saturday and Sunday. … Continue reading Graduating Art Students Reflect on Their Show and Offer Advice to Future Art Majors
On Friday night, April 21st, the elections closed for the CSA Senate race. The newly elected officials on the Executive Board will lead the Clarke Student Association for the upcoming 2017-2018 school year, with the senators representing their individual classes opinions and stances. There will be a torch passing ceremony taking place at the Honors Dinner on May 5th, from the current senators to the newly elected … Continue reading The Results Are In! Meet Your New Representatives in CSA.