The midterm problem

November 11, 2017 Kayllan Olicio 0

With midterms around the corner, I can’t help but wonder, “What’s the point?” Most professors handout stressful exams comprised of everything we’ve learned so far. These exams are meant to test our “knowledge” and “command” […]

In memory of Gregory Donahue

September 22, 2017 Kayllan Olicio 0

FSU alumnus Gregory T. Donahue, 23, died on Saturday, May 27. According to his sister, Courtney McCarthy, Donahue majored in business administration in hopes of taking over their father’s welding business once he retired. She […]

Reach Higher Massachusetts comes to FSU

September 15, 2017 Kayllan Olicio 0

Framingham State hosted the 2017 Reach Higher Massachusetts on Wednesday, Aug. 9. Massachusetts and out-of-state faculty, staff and administrators from secondary and post-secondary education attended a series of sessions geared toward helping students succeed in […]

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