Teach in focuses on climate change

November 4, 2016 Julia Sarcinelli 0

The Climate Change, System Change: Thriving in the Anthropocene teach in was held this week with 20 classes across eight departments taking part, according to Vandana Singh, physics and earth sciences chair. “We want as […]

FSU Special Olympics wins poll, $500

September 30, 2016 Julia Sarcinelli 0

Framingham State will be receiving $500 toward this year’s Special Olympics for winning the September 2016 Special Olympics Spotlight Poll by the NCAA and Division III Student Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC). Will Reddy, program coordinator […]

In Memory Of Matt O’Leary

September 16, 2016 Julia Sarcinelli 1

FSU sophomore Matt O’Leary, 20, died Monday, July 4 from injuries sustained in an automobile accident. His mother, Nancy O’Leary, described her son as “an ambitious kid” who loved hockey, his friends and his dog […]

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