Humanities’ Giant Leap Forward

December 9, 2018 Tessa Jillson 0

On Dec. 5 in the McAuliffe Center, Irene Porro, director of the Christa Corrigan McAuliffe Center for Integrated Science Learning at FSU and the Moon Landing in Context series and five FSU professors, illustrated the […]

Paying tribute to “Oxnard”

November 30, 2018 Tessa Jillson 0

From his debut album, rapper Anderson .Paak challenged the “trendy” trap realm of hip-hop by placing funk and jazz into a rap perspective. His music changed the rap game, radiating a soulful, lighthearted, and casual […]

FSU’s pride events

November 2, 2018 Tessa Jillson 0

Oct. 11 was National Coming Out Day. In celebration of this event, Framingham State University hosted a Pride Week filled with events aimed at supporting the school’s LGBT+ community. These events were held with support […]

Spooky Suggestions

October 26, 2018 Tessa Jillson 0

By Bailey Morrison Editor-In-Chief The Netflix original “Anon,” directed and written by Andrew Niccol, revisits a very common theme among Netflix releases – the danger and implications that technology has in an increasingly modern world. […]

Influence, process, and fragmentation

October 19, 2018 Tessa Jillson 0

Assistant Professor of Art Ellie Krakow and Visiting Associate Professor of Education Pam Bretschneider, discussed their most influential projects and the processes performed and adapted throughout their work in Framingham State’s biannual Authors and Artists […]

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