FSU student assaulted on campus

October 12, 2018 Bailey Morrison 0

A female student was assaulted by two “unknown males” between Hemenway and Dwight halls at 8:20 p.m. on Oct. 1, according to a safety bulletin released by FSUPD the following day. The bulletin stated she […]

In memory of Debra Fowler Clare

October 5, 2018 Bailey Morrison 0

Debra Fowler Clare, age 44, died on Sept. 28 after a “long courageous battle with cancer,” according to an obituary written by her husband, David Clare. Fowler Clare, an alumna of the University’s graduate school, […]

FSU implements test-optional pilot

September 22, 2018 Bailey Morrison 0

As part of a pilot program in conjunction with the Department of Higher Education (DHE), the University will not require incoming students to provide SAT/ACT scores. The admissions department will now focus more heavily on […]

The Best of Summer 2018

September 14, 2018 Bailey Morrison 0

“To all the Boys I’ve Loved Before” Bailey Morrison Editor-in-Chief As an avid rom com lover, I can pretty much sit through any cringe-worthy movie without batting an eye, and recently Netflix has taken to […]

The Gatepost earns regional awards

May 5, 2018 Bailey Morrison 0

FSU’s independent student newspaper, The Gatepost, was named the second runner-up for the “New England College Newspaper of the Year” award by the New England Newspaper and Press Association (NENPA). The Bowdoin Orient was named […]

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