A ‘Clue’ about Hilltop’s newest play

December 3, 2021 Emma Lyons 0

Framingham State’s theatre club, The Hilltop Players, staged three performances of “Clue” – its first play performed in person since COVID-19 – in the Dwight Performing Arts Center on the weekend of Nov. 18.  “Clue” […]

Seeking Truth in the face of misinformation

October 22, 2021 Ryan OConnell 0

Sophomore Emily Rosenberg, a political science major and Arts & Features Editor for The Gatepost, recently gave a presentation on misinformation. She worked alongside Boston Globe journalist Emily Sweeney on preparing a presentation about critiquing […]

Food as activism

October 15, 2021 Caroline Gordon 0

By Caroline Gordon Arts & Features Editor Arts & Ideas hosted “Food as Activism,” both live and on Zoom, featuring Jessica B. Harris and Boston’s Eastie Farm Oct. 5. Harris is a journalist and food […]

Democratizing Schools

October 15, 2021 Caroline Gordon 0

By Caroline Gordon Arts & Features Editor Arts & Ideas hosted the lecture, “Democratizing Schools: The African American Fight for Educational Justice in Massachusetts,” in person and on Zoom, featuring author Kabria Baumgartner Oct 13.  […]

Waiting for Webb

October 8, 2021 Caroline Gordon 0

By Caroline Gordon Arts & Features Editor John Sheff, a facilitator at the McAuliffe Center and NASA JPL Ambassador, presented the lecture, “AstroNights Live,” via Zoom Sept.15.  The lecture concerned the James Webb Space Telescope, […]

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