Hooked on Onyx

December 9, 2018 Zach Colten 0

Flipping through the pages of last year’s 52nd edition of The Onyx, Framingham State University’s premier literary magazine, I am struck by the variety of student work on display across the glossy pages.  Photography, poetry, […]

Humanities’ Giant Leap Forward

December 9, 2018 Tessa Jillson 0

On Dec. 5 in the McAuliffe Center, Irene Porro, director of the Christa Corrigan McAuliffe Center for Integrated Science Learning at FSU and the Moon Landing in Context series and five FSU professors, illustrated the […]

A one-way ticket to Mars

December 7, 2018 Andrew Willoughby 0

Yari Golden-Castaño and R. Daniel Golden-Castaño, two candidates to be members of Mars One’s crew to create the first human settlement on the red planet, spoke about their potential mission on Dec. 5 in O’Connor […]

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