When people are playing out in the Green and you’re stuck inside studying
Submit your shit, Cougars and
Most of the posts here will be reposts from other Tumblrs. Why? Because, fuck you.
Hi everybody! i’m James, aka the other admin for this glorious page and I am a member of the class of 2016.
Having just completed the first year of college at this institution, my opinion to the incoming class is to NOT BE AFRAID. I was talking to my best friend last night and he asked me what was the thing that was MOST different in your life (I know, horrible grammar…but screw you!)
Honestly… truthfully… You learn to be yourself in a way you never thought possible. What the college experience, the Clark experience specifically, offers is a place where you can expand out well outside of your comfort zone and truly enjoy life. You live in a manner of independence that most people haven’t had the privilege to experience. Tons of off-beat clubs, unique student groups, and fun sports teams. We’re not a sports school by any definition of the phrase, but we still have fun at this little palatially designed school.
Even with this, you still take place in the shitty parties, the good parties, and hell, even your own parties! You still experience those people that you ask yourself: “how the fuck did they get into college?” Those parts of college are inescapable, but Clark offers but with a different vibe.
So, to not be called out for not being thorough, those are my thoughts.
**psst! If you have any suggestions, send me a message and your image or text could appear on the whatshouldwecallclark page!
Keep Calm and Carry On, future Clarkies… It’s gonna be one hell of a ride!
hello poopers, my name is Calvin, and I am admin1 (aka smellygramps).
it seems that a lot of new Clarkies (Class of 2017 - holy shit, I’m going to finish grad school before you finish your undergrad) have been following this blog.
as a 4 year veteran of the Woo (also a veteran of Seoul, Manila, Boston, and New York City) let me share some words of wisdom with you.
BOOKMARK THIS FUCKING PAGE. Grab a couple of your week one buddies (hint: none of them will still be your friends 4 years from now, but don’t be sad, you’ll replace them with even better ones!), AND GO APESHIT. You can be all, “oh guys, I know the best vietnamese place in all of the woo, it’ll help prepare our stomachs for tonight’s bachannalian festivities!”, and they’ll go, “OH WORD?! YOU’RE SO COOL, BRO/SIS/WHATEVER THE FUCK YOU WANNA BE CALLED.”. And basically, all the boys, girls, and everyone in between (Clark is all about inclusiveness…unless you’re a political moderate or - FREUD FORBID - A FUCKING CONSERVATIVE) will want to get in your jeans/pants/sweats/skirt/onesie.
I graduated summa cum laude, so I TOTES OBVS know what I’m talking about. Good luck and Freudspeed!
That thought when you know you have big projects and everyone’s out on the green.
whatshouldwecallclark’s 1st admin (aka Grampy McOlds) got a copy of the 1990 Clark yearbook from the thrift store. He’ll be doing a series on the wonder years.
1990s Clark Activism
Every year, my stoner friend is like:
My response first:
As of 5pm:
Have an extravaganja day, Clarkies!
Meet Ben, aka Elephant Guy. Ben sports his BAMF elephant hat and goes around giving elephant tickets to people who are wearing grey on Thursdays. If you collect enough tickets, you can trade them in for some elephant goodies, ranging from bracelets to your very own elephant hat!
Don’t forget to wear grey on Thursdays so that you can start saving up for some elephant swag!
As a first year in the Clark Class of 2016, I am very happy to take up the honor of keeping “whatshouldwecallclark” going! As always, this page is all in jest, so enjoy!
At any time, if you have suggestions, comments, or questions, send a message, and your ideas will be heard!
Keep on challenging convention :)
Probably shouldn’t have done round two before bed…
President David Angel with a member of the Blue Man Group (One of the founders went to Clark). Why are they glaring at us so fiercely?