Letter to the editor

October 27, 2017 Letter to the Editor 0

The Counseling, Health and Wellness Center joins those who condemn the recent, racially motivated hate crimes that have occurred on campus. We support an inclusive campus community where everyone is respected and safe. The Counseling, […]

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October 20, 2017 Letter to the Editor 0

About 23 years ago, someone wrote the N-word on the door of my faculty office in Whittemore Library. That image was later copied and printed on the front page of this newspaper. Many people spoke […]

Letter to the editor

October 20, 2017 Letter to the Editor 0

Last semester, John Carlos of Olympic fame, in his speech at DPAC, inspired us with his 1968 story about standing against racism at the Olympic podium in Mexico and making a fist. For a brief […]

Letter to the Editor

October 8, 2017 Letter to the Editor 0

Since retiring in 2009 as Disability Services Coordinator, my wife and I returned to Fall River to be next to our families. Despite our busy lives, we still read The Gatepost every week during the […]

Letter to the Editor

September 30, 2016 Contributors 0

By Andrew J. Lipsky Assistant Director of the Counseling Center I am writing to correct the information reported by the Gatepost in the Sept. 23rd issue in regard to sponsorship of the Health Day events. […]

Letter from the President

September 16, 2016 Contributors 0

By President F. Javier Cevallos Dear Students, With an increasingly contentious presidential election right around the corner, and with a number of troubling social issues taking place across the country, I thought it was appropriate […]

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April 26, 2016 Letter to the Editor 0

Last week, I performed one of my final acts as the President of the Student Government Association (SGA) – conducting SGA’s campus-wide Spring Elections. Chairing the Election Committee certainly has been one of my favorite […]

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April 10, 2016 Letter to the Editor 0

As FSU students, we propose relocating a polling station to campus or within walking distance of campus – such as a town-owned building on the Town Green – to make it easier for students to […]

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April 10, 2016 Letter to the Editor 0

 One of the most anticipated announcements on college campuses each year is the reveal of the Spring Concert. At Framingham State University, this stands true. Yet, the students of FSU have sometimes been disappointed by […]

Letter to the Editor

March 6, 2016 Letter to the Editor 0

In our classes, Europe and the World Since C. 1450, The Sixties, and Intro to Archaeology, we readily linked to #BlackLivesMatter by exploring historical and anthropological sources on chattel slavery in the Atlantic World, the […]

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