Welcome Week signals the start of a new academic year and transforms the College campus into a bustling, lively space. This fall, Clarkson College welcomed 292 new students during the festivities.
Josh Hanes has lived most of his life feeling insecure about his size. As a child born and raised in small town Nebraska, he grew used to being the biggest kid in his class and, eventually, his entire school.
With the help of seven home-building companies and thousands of volunteers, Habitat for Humanity of Omaha broke ground on June 3 for its eighth annual Builders Blitz.
Each year beginning early October and running through late December, the spirit of giving at Clarkson College spreads fast and heavy through the air. Calls for donations and helping hands appear left and right, each one supporting a different cause or community.
Clarkson College pride filled Sempeck’s Bowling and Entertainment in Elkhorn, Neb. on Thursday, Sept. 18 as more than 80 alumni, faculty and current students celebrated the 20th anniversary of the Clarkson College Physical Therapist Assistant (PTA) program.