FSU researchers studying diabetes prevention

May 5, 2015 Corin Cook 0

The FSU Food Science and Chemistry departments have been studying several natural substances to evaluate their potential to prevent Type II Diabetes. The FSU researchers have published several manuscripts which present evidence that certain components […]

Opinion: DGCE students on the back burner

May 5, 2015 Corin Cook 0

It’s a Thursday night. Approximately 30 night students are crammed into dated rooms equipped with chalkboards from the 80s, rattling, voice-cancelling heat and air conditioning systems and water-stained ceiling tiles – because there’s nothing like […]

From sketchpad to skin

April 18, 2015 Corin Cook 0

She didn’t remember it hurting this much. During her first tattoo, she nearly fell asleep to the incessant buzz of the ink-filled needle on her shoulder blade. The first two hours of her second tattoo […]

FSU Student Privacy Not Fully Protected

March 27, 2015 Corin Cook 0

Your personal information may not be as private as you think. Framingham State University offers many privacy policies which promise confidentiality of personal information, but in many cases, loopholes which may breach a student’s privacy […]

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