College Athletes Will Be Paid, Agent Says

This article was written and produced by TalkBusiness.net Paying college athletes a small stipend in addition to their scholarships is inevitable, the sports agent for former Arkansas Razorbacks quarterback Ryan Mallett said during a speech before the Clinton School of Public Service
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For Clinton School Student, Ebola Close to Home

This article was originally produced by the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette and written by Jeannie Roberts. Every phone call Clinton School of Public Service student Georgia Genoway makes to her father in Liberia begins with one question. “I ask him, ‘Are there any cases of Ebol
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Keep Little Rock Warm – Clinton School Hosting Sleeping Bag/Socks Drive to Benefit the Homeless

It’s easy to take simple things for granted – a blanket to sleep with or socks to keep your feet warm. More than 1000 people in the Little Rock community do not have access to these things and sleep on the streets nightly, even in the cold weather. Students from the Clinton Scho
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AmeriCorps Alums Is Bringing the Bush School and the Clinton School Together for Education Series Events – Dallas on Nov. 20; New Orleans on Dec. 10

AmeriCorps Alums is bringing together the Clinton School of Public Service and the Bush School of Government and Public Service to host three continuing education series events.  Both schools offer matches to the Segal AmeriCorps Education Award, and they are co-hosting events in Des
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Clinton School Movember Team to Host Pool Tournament, Moday Night Football Party, Talent Show

The Clinton School Movember, team will host a pool tournament this Thursday, November 14th, at the West End. The tournament starts at 7:00 p.m. and has an entry fee of $20. There will be a modest cash pay-out for the top three finishers, with the rest of the proceeds going directly to
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Happy Veterans Day

From everyone here at the Clinton School, we would like to say thank you to our brave men and women who have served our country. Thank you and we wish you and your families a happy veterans day.
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Graduate Derrick Rainey Highlighted As Standout City Year Alum

The following blog post originally appeared as a profile on City Year’s website. You can view the original article, as well as other alumni spotlights, here. Derrick Rainey’s red jacket sits on the back of his chair at Shady Hill School in Cambridge, Massachusetts. He is part of
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Current Student, Mara D’Amico, Invited to Speak at Two Universities

Current Clinton School student, Mara D’Amico, has been invited to speak at two Universities, Central Michigan University and the University of Miami, on the issue of violence against women. Mara will be be traveling home to her alma mater, Central Michigan University, this weeke
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Join Clinton School Students for Movember Events

Clinton School students are organizing Movember events all through month of November to raise awareness and funds for men’s health issues, all while growing a moustache. So start growing out your upper-lip fur and join Clinton School students at the events below! Schedule of Eve
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Happy Retirement, Bill Pumphrey!

From everyone here at the Clinton School, we would like to wish Bill Pumphrey a happy and fun-filled retirement! Bill has volunteered for more than six years and logged over 5200 hours with the Clinton School and the Clinton Presidential Center. He has been a tremendous help during co
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