Will Clark is a rising senior at Northwestern University junior, where he studies history, journalism, and French. At Northwestern, he has worked as a reporter and editor at the Daily Northwestern, writing articles and producing podcasts about activism and various social issues on campus and in the broader community. He’s also worked as a research assistant at Northwestern’s Institute for Sexual and Gender Minority Health, working on one of the nation’s largest HIV/AIDS research projects, which explored the relationships between race, class, gender and sexual identity, and HIV rates in Chicago. Throughout his past academic and internship experiences, Will has focused on issues of queer rights, international justice, and the environment. He hopes to continue exploring these issues in a future career in human rights research. In his free time, Will enjoys reading, traveling, and exploring a wide range of music genres.
Updated May 2023