Clubs struggle for space

October 7, 2016 Alexandra Gomes 0

Many student leaders are concerned about the limited space dedicated to club use for practices, meetings and storage. There are approximately 50 student-run clubs every year, according to Claire Ostrander, director of student involvement and […]

FSU wins preservation award for 1812 House

September 23, 2016 Jessica Duff 0

The University received the Preservation Award from the Framingham Historical Commission for the restoration of the historic 1812 House. President F. Javier Cevallos accepted the award from on May 26 at Edgell Memorial Library. “It […]

Ram Revealed

September 16, 2016 Jessica Duff 0

FSU administrators, donors and alumni held a ceremony in Crocker Grove to formally reveal the new bronze ram statue, as a representation of the university’s spirit, on Sept. 8. The statue cost $55,000 and was […]

West Hall opens its doors to students

September 16, 2016 Bailey Morrison 0

FSU’s new residence hall, West, opened for the fall 2016 semester. The overall cost was $44 million with construction costs of $37 million, according to Dale Hamel, executive vice president. The project was financed through […]

FSU hosts annual Challenger Center Conference

September 3, 2016 Contributors 0

By Alexandra Gomes Editor-in-Chief By Cesareo Contreras Editorial Staff FSU’s Christa Corrigan McAuliffe Center hosted this year’s Challenger Center Conference from Aug. 7-11, during which educators, administrators and representatives from 44 McAuliffe Centers across the […]

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