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Casino City Times
Top 10 observations from joining a women's poker groupCity Press. She has editorial experience in several industries, but gaming is t
Top 10 observations from joining a women's poker group
Casino City Times / Posted an hour ago
City Press. She has editorial experience in several industries, but gaming is the most fun so far. She graduated from Clark University in 2010 with a degree in English and Creative Writing. As Casino City's copy editor, Clare diligently... Read more
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The Arizona Republic
Experts: ISIS takes hostages to get cash, instill fearseparated them from the tactics of most branches of al-Qaida, said Ora Szekely,
Experts: ISIS takes hostages to get cash, instill fear
The Arizona Republic / Posted 4 days ago
separated them from the tactics of most branches of al-Qaida, said Ora Szekely, a political-science professor at Clark University in Worcester, Mass. "What (ISIS) wants is to increase influence and hold territory," Szekely said. "They're... Read more
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Boston Globe
A love story on two wheelshis second year at UMass Medical School in Worcester. Hedy Wald, then 21, was a
A love story on two wheels
Boston Globe / Posted 6 days ago
his second year at UMass Medical School in Worcester. Hedy Wald, then 21, was a year away from her graduation from nearby Clark University. His first question: “Do you own a bicycle or can you get one?’’ Another question would follow remarkably... Read more
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The Washington Times
Zika, kids, summer camp: Pack repellent, sunscreena kid in summer camp, they’re wearing shorts or they’re wearing swimsuits when
Zika, kids, summer camp: Pack repellent, sunscreen
The Washington Times / Posted 6 days ago
a kid in summer camp, they’re wearing shorts or they’re wearing swimsuits when they’re outside,” ecologist Todd Livdahl of Clark University in Worcester, Massachusetts, told Jacewicz. So what should campers be packing? The CDC’s guidelines for... Read more
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The Morning Call
Parkland grad's baseball documentary, showing in Bethlehem, transcends oceansMack league and Junior Legion. "I really just was the cliché of the coach's so
Parkland grad's baseball documentary, showing in Bethlehem, transcends oceans
The Morning Call / Posted 10 days ago
Mack league and Junior Legion. "I really just was the cliché of the coach's son," Shapiro says. After graduating from Clark University in Massachusetts with a degree in screen studies, Shapiro began working for Major League Baseball in New... Read more
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KPBS San Diego
Summer Camps Say They're Not Sweating Over Zika Riskunrealistic for kids having fun outdoors. "If you've got a kid in summer camp,
Summer Camps Say They're Not Sweating Over Zika Risk
KPBS San Diego / Posted 11 days ago
unrealistic for kids having fun outdoors. "If you've got a kid in summer camp," says mosquito biologist Todd Livdahl of Clark University, "they're wearing shorts or they're wearing swimsuits when they're outside." And unless you're sending your... Read more
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Arkansas Democrat-Gazette
Not-so-empty nestthey were complaining that their parents were so stuffy," says Jeffrey Jensen A
Not-so-empty nest
Arkansas Democrat-Gazette / Posted 12 days ago
they were complaining that their parents were so stuffy," says Jeffrey Jensen Arnett, a research professor of psychology at Clark University in Massachusetts. "When they became parents, they set out to be different from their parents, and I think... Read more
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Boston Globe
Brigham nurses strike would be first in 30 years at a Boston hospitalvery rare for health care workers to go on strike,” said Gary N. Chaison, profe
Brigham nurses strike would be first in 30 years at a Boston hospital
Boston Globe / Posted 13 days ago
very rare for health care workers to go on strike,” said Gary N. Chaison, professor of industrial relations at Clark University. “They only go on strike if they feel tremendously neglected. . . . It’s a call for help.” But when nurses... Read more
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Casino City Times
Mass. Gaming Commission launches PlayMyWay at Plainridge Park CasinoCity Press. She has editorial experience in several industries, but gaming is t
Mass. Gaming Commission launches PlayMyWay at Plainridge Park Casino
Casino City Times / Posted 14 days ago
City Press. She has editorial experience in several industries, but gaming is the most fun so far. She graduated from Clark University in 2010 with a degree in English and Creative Writing. As Casino City's copy editor, Clare diligently... Read more
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Berkshire Eagle
Pittsfield High School Awards & ScholarshipsArthur Rosiello. Brandeis University: Polina Potochevska. Central Connecticut
Pittsfield High School Awards & Scholarships
Berkshire Eagle / Posted 14 days ago
Arthur Rosiello. Brandeis University: Polina Potochevska. Central Connecticut State University: Austin Houghtaling. Clark University: Alexis Burke, Carly Holmes, Jordan Monette. College of the Holy Cross: Ty Bramer. Endicott College:... Read more
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Mount Shasta Area Newspapers
Cougar star signs to play college hoops in Ohiotourney Page 2 of 2 - • Selected to the Phil Bryant and Northern Section All S
Cougar star signs to play college hoops in Ohio
Mount Shasta Area Newspapers / Posted 18 days ago
tourney Page 2 of 2 - • Selected to the Phil Bryant and Northern Section All Star teams • Maintained a 3.2 GPA • Attending Clark University in Ohio on a Basketball Scholarship. Through it all in high school has been his best friend Amari Traylor,... Read more
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The Nashua Telegraph
Souhegan High senior deals with health challengesand track and field – and was vice president of the school’s Community Council
Souhegan High senior deals with health challenges
The Nashua Telegraph / Posted 19 days ago
and track and field – and was vice president of the school’s Community Council this year. In September, she’ll head to Clark University in Worcester, Mass., to study psychology, and she says she’s looking forward to focusing on her favorite... Read more
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Boston Globe
Culinary explorer uses koji (yes, it’s a mold ) to make cookiesfor making cheese. People in China have been cultivating koji for at least 2,00
Culinary explorer uses koji (yes, it’s a mold ) to make cookies
Boston Globe / Posted 27 days ago
for making cheese. People in China have been cultivating koji for at least 2,000 years, though John Gibbons, a biologist at Clark University who studies koji and its domestication for human use, says there’s evidence of what might be koji from 9,000... Read more
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Spartanburg Herald-Journal
Counterpoint: We're seeing the result of a coddled generationadults receive financial support from their parents, regardless of whether or n
Counterpoint: We're seeing the result of a coddled generation
Spartanburg Herald-Journal / Posted 29 days ago
adults receive financial support from their parents, regardless of whether or not they live at home, according to a 2013 Clark University poll. A sluggish economy alone cannot explain that statistic. “Virtually all 25-year-olds could support... Read more
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Casino City Times
Small tribe, big plans: Iowa Tribe of Oklahoma launches online poker roomCity Press. She has editorial experience in several industries, but gaming is t
Small tribe, big plans: Iowa Tribe of Oklahoma launches online poker room
Casino City Times / Posted 1 months ago
City Press. She has editorial experience in several industries, but gaming is the most fun so far. She graduated from Clark University in 2010 with a degree in English and Creative Writing. As Casino City's copy editor, Clare diligently... Read more
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Boston Globe
Here are 20 questions to test your knowledge on 400 years of Mass. innovationheight. Its inventor, ______ _______, had studied at Worcester Polytechnic Inst
Here are 20 questions to test your knowledge on 400 years of Mass. innovation
Boston Globe / Posted 1 months ago
height. Its inventor, ______ _______, had studied at Worcester Polytechnic Institute before becoming a physics professor at Clark University. 13. William Morton and John Collins Warren performed the first operation on a patient who’d been... Read more

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