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Clark Society | Clark Weekend

 Clark Weekend Save the Date

 Registration Now Open!

Back by popular demand, "The Voice" Clark Weekend will return for a second season. Enjoy a fun-filled weekend with fellow Clark and Junior Clark Society members with live performances, celebrity judges and a chance to connect with those who share your passion for TCU - a weekend you won't want to miss! 

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 "The Voice" Hosts
Red Sanders started his first successful entertainment company at the age of 14.
Since then, he has combined his entrepreneurial spirit, media expertise and love of visual storytelling to create one of the premier media companies in DFW, Red Productions. Sanders graduated from TCU in 2004 with a degree in radio, television and film and also studied in the Neeley Entrepreneurship Program.
  Abbey Widick is a senior political science and communication studies double major from Lee’s Summit, Missouri. She is the current Student Body President, a Frog Camp Facilitator, and a member of the Model United Nations New York team and has gone on two study abroad trips to London and Greece. When Widick is not at a meeting, an event or in class, she still finds time to mentor at Fortress Youth Development Center. 

 

 "The Voice" Judges
Feleceia Benton is an accomplished and award-winning singer and performer, who has performed on almost every professional stage in DFW. She is an all-around entrepreneur with a knack for creativity and business. Benton graduated from TCU in 2006 with a degree in theatre and a degree in advertising and public relations. She is mom to daughter Zoe, as well as a business owner, author, magazine founder and podcast co-host.   Corrie Donovan is an American soprano and has been praised for her “soul- stripping, lyrical” interpretations and her “polished and distinctively powerful” performances. Donovan, a 2009 TCU alumna, has performed most recently at TCU School of Music at the Bass - Celebrating Leonard Bernstein. Growing up, she spent summers in her father’s homeland, Scotland, where she regularly sang traditional Celtic music, which influenced her approach to music and life.   Jamey Ice was born and raised in Fort Worth, and his music career started in the 6th grade when he was first handed a guitar. His debut performance was at his middle school talent show, where he and his friends performed “Sweet Home Alabama.” Sixteen years later, Ice is still with his band, Green River Ordinance, and has performed all over the world. The local entrepreneur enjoys spending time improving the community, and loving his beautiful wife and daughters.   Darron Turner is widely respected by his peers and students for his leadership and student engagement. He is the TCU Chief Inclusion Officer and Title IX Coordinator, and has worked at TCU for 24 years. Turner, class of 1987, was a student-athlete and obtained his bachelor’s degree and his doctorate in education from TCU. He can often be seen around campus hosting various events and providing comic relief.

 

"The Voice" Contestants
Eric Carter is a junior transfer student majoring in music with a concentration in vocal performance from Dallas. Prior to TCU, Carter attended Long Island University and had the privilege of performing at Carnegie Hall with The Cecilia Chorus of New York and the Long Island Sound Vocal Jazz ensemble. Carter’s love of music started at birth. His mother jokes that as a baby, even when he cried, he could carry a tune.    Grace Franko is a senior Spanish major and psychology minor from Clarendon Hills, Illinois. Her greatest passion is music and she has been singing and writing songs since before she can remember. Her sophomore year, Franko suffered a vocal cord injury that left her unable to sing. Now that she has recovered, she is excited to perform. After graduation, Franko hopes to return to the suburbs of Chicago to start her career.   Julia Owens is a freshman education major from Palo Alto, California. She has been singing as long as she has been able to talk! For the past two years, Owens was a finalist in the South Bay Teen Idol competition and she is a member of TCU’s License to Trill a cappella group. Owens is happiest when she is on stage and singing. It is her dream to become a kindergarten teacher after graduation, and to continue singing whenever she can.    Shadman Rakin is a sophomore international student from Dhaka, Bangladesh, majoring in psychology. He is a self-taught musician who can play multiple instruments, compose and sing. For Rakin, music has been a creative outlet for years, and he believes it is the universal language everyone understands. He is intrigued by philosophy, spirituality, astronomy, quantum physics, mythology, and loves dogs. 


Register today before this event is sold out!

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2017 Winners

Clark Weekend 2017

The Voice" Season 2 Dinner & Competition

When:

Friday, November 2

Time:

6:00 PM Pre-Show Cocktails
7:00 PM Dinner & Competition
9:00 PM Professor D Party Band

Location:

Brown-Lupton University Union Ballroom
Level 3  |  2901 Stadium Drive

Valet:

(Complimentary) Brown-Lupton University Union Circle Drive

Self-Park:

Dee J. Kelly Alumni & Visitors Center
Lot 6  |  2800 Stadium Drive


Clark Weekend 2018

Tailgate Time

When:

Saturday, November 3

Time:

12:30 PM

Location:

Ed and Rae Schollmaier Arena Lawn

Tickets:

Tickets for the football game can be purchased at GoFrogs.com.

 


 

 


Previous Clark Weekends

To see previous Clark Weekend photos, click on the photos below. 

 Clark Weekend 2017

 

Clark Weekend

 

Clark Weekend 2016 

Clark Weekend 2017

 

Clark Weekend 2016

 

Clark Weekend 2015

 

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