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Things to Do This Weekend At Clark and In Worcester

It’s almost time for the weekend, and you don’t want to be bored. If you don’t have much homework to do or want to take a study break, we have some activities for you!

On-campus at Clark University

1. Staff Appreciation Card-Making (Thursday, 11-3; Friday, 9-5:30)

NRHH is hosting a thank you card session in the UC for your favorite staff members.

2. Decolonizing Christianity: Losing my religion (Thursday, 7-8:30)

Inter-varsity Black Campus Ministries is hosting a fishbowl event in the Dana Commons to discuss the intersection of being black and a Christian.

3.Chill Trivia Night (Thursday, 8-10)

SAB presents a general knowledge test and ice cream sundaes in Tilton.

4. Game of Bagels (Thursday, 11-12)

ClarkU Hillel is partnering with SPOC for its monthly bagel brunch. Join in Tilton for games and food.

5. Shabbat Dinner (Friday, 5-7)

It’s a big Shabbat dinner with Chinese food served at 6! 

6. Just D.A.N.C.E (Friday, 7:30-9:30)

Guest artists are coming to Clark to present concert music inspired by dance.

7. Right to Chose in Ireland: How Socialists Built a Movement and Won! (Saturday, 4-6)

Socialist Alternative of Clark University is hosting a speaker, Myriam Poizat, to discuss abortion rights and women’s equality in Ireland.

8. Play in a Day (Saturday 7-9)

This is the performance of the students’ who worked for 24 to make a play from scratch.


Off-campus within Worcester

1. Worcester Art Museum

2. ArtsWorcester

3. Abby’s House Thrift Shop

4. Escape Games Worcester

5. Colonial Bowling Center

6. Crompton Collective

7. Restaurants

8. Explore the murals

9. Go see a movie

10. Take the Clark Shuttle to the mall (Saturday, all day)

11. Drake Bell at the Paladium (Sunday, 7:30)

Monica Sager is a freelance writer from Clark University, where she is pursuing a double major in psychology and self-designed journalism with a minor in English. She wants to become an investigative journalist to combat and highlight humanitarian issues. Monica has previously been published in The Pottstown Mercury, The Week UK, Worcester Telegram and Gazette and even The Boston Globe. Read more of Monica’s previous work on her Twitter @MonicaSager3.
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