Bill Clinton and Mikhail Gorbachev were there, but Dean Robert Clark ' 72 made sure he spent some time with the biggest celebrity in the house, U2 lead singer Bono. In March Clark attended a dinner in New York City hosted by Gorbachev on behalf of Frank Foundation Child Assistance International. The dean and the singer discussed Third World debt relief, a cause Bono has embraced. No word on whether Clark, a composer and music enthusiast, jammed with the band.
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