FSU student contracts the mumps

October 28, 2016 Alexandra Gomes 0

An FSU student has been diagnosed with mumps, according to Ilene Hofrenning, director of the health center. Hofrenning said the student had been placed in an isolation room on Friday, where he remained for five […]

FSU and Sodexo sponser Worcester Pride

October 14, 2016 Alexandra Gomes 0

FSU and Sodexo volunteered at this year’s Worcester Pride, a three-day event which celebrated the Central Massachusetts LGBTQ+ community, according to a Sodexo press release. According to James Donadio, dining retail manager at FSU Sodexo, […]

Clubs struggle for space

October 7, 2016 Alexandra Gomes 0

Many student leaders are concerned about the limited space dedicated to club use for practices, meetings and storage. There are approximately 50 student-run clubs every year, according to Claire Ostrander, director of student involvement and […]

Cottom decries for-profit colleges

October 1, 2016 Alexandra Gomes 0

A school is a school is a school. Between 1999 and 2010, a majority of Americans believed all colleges, whether non-profit or for-profit, were the same, according to Tressie McMillan Cottom, author and sociology professor […]

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