“I Am Not Afraid” by Alum Sophia Said

This article was originally published by Clinton School Alum Sophia Said on the website Jesus Jazz and Buddhism. Darkness cannot drive out darkness; only light can do that. Hate cannot drive out hate; only love can do that – MLK “Shocked, Numb, Dismayed.“ These were the initial feelin
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Delta Leadership Institute Graduates 50 from Executive Academy, Nine from Arkansas, One Current Student, Two Alums

Fifty community leaders have successfully completed the year-long Delta Leadership Institute Executive Academy, a program of the Delta Regional Authority. The Executive Academy is a training program that brings together business and community leaders from each of the eight states of t
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Josh Visnaw Awarded Fulbright-Clinton Public Policy Fellowship

Josh Visnaw was recently awarded the Fulbright-Clinton Public Policy Fellowship and will be working in Timor-Leste on education policy. The Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs (ECA) of the U.S. Department of State inaugurated the J. William Fulbright – Hillary Rodham Clin
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Alum Jennifer Guzman on her Support System

  This blog post was written by Clinton School alum Jennifer Guzman and was originally produced and published by B.A. Rudolph Foundation. When I was in second grade, I came home from school to see a neatly wrapped present sitting on our kitchen table. My mom told me she had a pre
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Sophia Said, Humanitarian Award Winner from Just Communities of Arkansas

On Tuesday, May 24, 2016, Jerry Adams, Hugh McDonald and Clinton School of Public Service alumna Sophia Said received the humanitarian award from Just Communities of Arkansas. With this award, Just Communities of Arkansas continues its work as a bridge builder for Arkansas communities
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National parks offer healing in times of fear and pain

This article was originally produced and published by The San Francisco Chronicle, and features alum Spirit Trickey One of the worst mass shootings in American history seems to have opened emotional fissures in a way other tragedies have not. Searing, heart-rending words pour from pen
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“The need for student-focused education,” by alum Matthew Caston

This article was written by Matthew Caston and published by Talk Business & Politics. What happens when you give a child freedom? Choice? The power to pick their path and walk it? We’ve always relied on policy makers and school administrators to help define the role of education a
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Alum Katie Milligan, Along with Delta Regional Authority Co-chair Chris Masingill, Talks About her Work in the Mississippi Delta

This article was originally published by Arkansas Money & Politics and written by Erica Sweeney For an entrepreneur to be successful, he or she needs a champion. In the Mississippi Delta region, those champions are needed more than ever. Enter the Delta Entrepreneurship Network, a
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2016 Clinton School Cookoff Results

Last weekend, the Clinton School held the 2016 Clinton School Annual Cookoff. There were four categories of winners for the Cookoff: creativity, taste, presentation, and an overall winner. The results are as follows: Creativity: Team Vegan/Vegetarian (Andrew Forseman, Hunter Owen, Ele
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Alum Highlight: Sophia Said

Clinton School alumni land in many different places across the globe. From the World Bank, to the Presidential Management Fellowship, from running a local composting organization, to starting a charter school, Clinton School graduates change the world locally and globally. Sophia Said
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