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1 Clark University to Open Becker School of Design and Technology
2 Clark plans to lease Becker buildings: University also offering jobs to school's gaming-program faculty
3 Clark to Establish New School of Design & Technology Following Becker College Closure
4 After a rough start to his tenure, President David Fithian has high ambitions for Clark University
5 People to meet in 2021: David Fithian
6 Clark University President David Fithian began during the pandemic: Here’s what he learned
7 College Town: Clark gets seed money for new Becker gaming program
8 Clark University President David Fithian bets on research, international students to reverse enrollment slide
9 Clark University names David Fithian as 10th President
10 Clark receives $250K in seed money for Becker program absorption
11 Nichols selects Bryant University provost as next president
12 Cevallos to retire as Framingham State president
13 City braces for arrival of students
14 Clark University students staging tuition strike to disarm campus police, lower university cost
15 Sgt. Lauren L. Misale appointed chief of Clark University Police Department
16 Clark University Cancels Classes After New Coronavirus Cases
17 Enough is Enough! The Black Student Union Pressures the Clark University
18 Kim Tyler, Child Actor on 'Please Don't Eat the Daisies,' Dies at 66
19 College Town: Clark University names new campus police chief
20 Clark University Suspends Hiring Worcester Police After Four Students Arrested During Protest
21 Clark University Appoints Alumnus as President
22 Back to school?
23 Lincoln assassination shook nation, McLean County
24 As colleges prepare for start of classes, Worcester businesses enter another unknown with many students avoid
25 Clark clarifies decision on police, announces hiring of attorney for review
26 Transitions: Clark U. Names Next President, New Student Affairs Chief at Tuskegee U.
27 Campus police backs city officers
28 5 Things You Need to Know Today in Worcester
29 LOCAL ROUNDUP: DACC baseball splits with John Wood
30 5 Things You Need to Know Today in Worcester
31 University of Chicago announces new leadership appointments
32 Story collection: Yerkes Observatory — from painful closure to hopeful future
33 Fithian joins leadership team as new Secretary of the University
34 College Town: 85 nurses graduate at QCC pinning ceremony
35 Campus life sans Covid: A few colleges write the playbook for pandemic success
36 Central Mass. colleges close campuses early as virus bears down
37 University announces donation of Yerkes Observatory to private foundation
38 Worcester police release video footage of crowd surrounding cruiser during disorder in Main South section of
39 A 44 Year Cold Case That's Troubled Jim Thorpe, Pennsylvania is Finally Solved
40 Clark University students demand tuition cut and police reform on campus
41 Questions remain as university makes Yerkes a gift to foundation
42 David Angel to step down as Clark U. president next year
43 Movie theaters face 'existential' threat from COVID-19
44 UChicago Hong Kong campus wins international architectural design award
45 Yerkes owner promises no wrecking ball
46 University of Chicago accepting offers to buy Yerkes Observatory in Williams Bay
47 'Today's A Big Day': Wisconsin's Yerkes Observatory Has New Ownership
48 Visual Arts Association's annual show and sale opens at La Hacienda Recreation Center
49 Clark University’s Black Student Union demands admin do more for Black students
50 Closed for months, historic space observatory once again has a bright future after U. of C. donation
51 Private foundation to take ownership of Yerkes Observatory on May 1
52 Charlie Abelmann, Lab School director, out after 3 years
53 David Graeber's Life Celebrated in Zuccotti Park
54 Study Hotel Plans to Break Ground This Spring
55 CFO Announces Departure Amid Layoffs and Cuts
56 VOX Pop: David Graeber Memorial
57 POLITICO Playbook: The three factions set to face off over Tanden's replacement
58 Holy Cross president to step down
59 New home for QCC Southbridge campus
60 St. Vincent Hospital CEO reflects on coronavirus, contract negotiations with nurses
61 Theater Owners Chief Warns Cinemas Will Go Bankrupt Unless Congress Acts
62 Nipam Patel appointed director of the Marine Biological Laboratory
63 Major Exhibitors, NATO Unite To Back CinemaSafe Health And Safety Protocols
64 Frances Fithian Wieters
65 Educator Charles Abelmann named director of UChicago Laboratory Schools
66 In dark portent for U.S. movie theaters, Warner Bros. postpones ‘Tenet’ amid coronavirus concerns
67 Why aren’t movie theaters opening yet?
68 Will Movie Theaters Survive When Audiences Can Stream New Releases?
69 Oklahoma County property sales from The Oklahoman for Oct. 3, 2020
70 University of Chicago to cease operations at Yerkes Observatory on Geneva Lake by Oct. 1
71 Chicago artist takes Best of Show, $5K prize, at Mount Dora Arts Festival
72 Hollywood’s ‘We’re Not in Kansas Anymore’ Moment
73 John Longbrake Appointed Vice President for Communications
74 Talent Roster Urging Congress To Bail Out Movie Theaters Grows To 120 As NATO, MPA, DGA Warn That Exhibitors “May Not Survive” – Update
75 Yerkes Observatory to close in October
76 Design unveiled for the new Rubenstein Forum
77 U. of C. to Close Historic Yerkes Observatory
78 U. of C.'s Yerkes Observatory has been a cherished icon for decades. Now it's for sale, and people are nervous
79 With Restrictions Lifting, Indie Movie Theaters Prepare to Reopen– or Not
80 Classes on weekends, no spring break: Colleges scramble academic schedules for upcoming year
81 U.S. Movie Theaters Say It's Safe To Watch A Film: How About 'Unhinged'?
82 Two Black Lives Matter-inspired startups aim to educate
83 MCPHS appoints new president
84 University selects Diller Scofidio + Renfro to design Rubenstein Forum
85 With No New Films, Regal Cinemas Shuts Down Again
86 Despite Streaming, Nothing Can Beat a Night Out at the Movies
87 Top Filmmakers Warn Congress That Movie Theaters Face Extinction
88 97.1 The Ticket, WWJ 950 getting hit with layoffs, furloughs, pay cuts
89 New York Movie Theaters Use Marquees to Berate Gov. Andrew Cuomo
90 As shown at Clark University, a summer of steps toward racial equity are just part of a larger discussion
91 National Association of Theater Owners announces health and safety protocols as movie theaters reopen
92 Roger Koontz Obituary (1940
93 Movie Theaters Implore Studios: Release the Blockbusters
94 “What happens in New York is critical”: US exhibitors reeling after turbulent few days (update)
95 'Tenet' Didn't Bring Audiences Back to Movie Theaters. Now What?
96 The Daily Briefing
97 Revamped Selma 6 Cinemas to reopen this weekend
98 Diller Scofidio + Renfro's University of Chicago campus building
99 Theater Owners chief blames New York Gov. Cuomo for cinema delays
100 Mulan, Tenet, and the Future of Going to the Movies