FHS student wins juried exhibition

January 26, 2018 Shayna Yacyshyn 0

Although Framingham High School senior Elle Reck is busy applying for colleges, she took first place in the annual Student Art Exhibition. Reck previously completed an oil painting class at FSU, making her eligible to […]

Fourth hate crime reported

December 2, 2017 Shanleigh Reardon 0

A hate crime in Corinne Hall Towers was reported by a resident assistant around 11 p.m. on Thursday, Nov. 16, said FSUPD Officer Martin Laughlin. This is the fourth hate crime reported this semester. Three […]

Trustees discuss hate crimes

December 2, 2017 Shanleigh Reardon 0

Framingham State’s Board of Trustees discussed the recent hate crimes and the campus emergency preparedness plan during its meeting on Nov. 29. Millie González, interim chief officer of diversity, inclusion and community engagement, shared with […]

Faculty diversity rises to 19.8 percent

November 17, 2017 Tessa Jillson 0

Framingham State University plans to increase the percentage of full-time faculty members from diverse backgrounds to 21 percent by 2020 as part of its new strategic plan, said Kim Dexter, director of equal oppurtunity, Title […]

FSU holds unity workshop

November 17, 2017 Jillian Poland 1

The University hosted a Unity Workshop for FSU community members on Nov. 13 in response to the recent hate crimes on campus. The workshop was intended to “empower” the community and start conversations about solutions, […]

FSU goes green for Devin Suau

November 10, 2017 Caitlin Frias 0

On Friday, Oct. 27, Framingham State University celebrated Devin Suau Day to honor the legacy of a 6-year-old Framingham resident who recently died of cancer. FSU paid tribute by shining green lights around campus and […]

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