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Sports Briefs

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Women’s Indoor Track   The women’s indoor track and field team enjoyed tremendous success under head coach Mat Lemaire who was named the USTFCCCA New England Regional Women’s Indoor Track and Field Coach of the Year.   After winning their third-straight MASCAC Indoor Championship, the Lancers placed sixth at the New England Division III Championships […]

Speaker delivers a strong message to WSU Audience

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By Adam Straughn   On Tuesday, March 6, Worcester State University Diversity Lecture Series hosted the inspirational speaker David Stevens who provided a unique outlook on what it takes to chase a dream and how to overcome any possible insecurities that may ever discourage someone from trying to reach them. Stevens knew a thing or […]

Brain-spill: The Walking Dead & You

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By Thom Friend Open your laptop on a Sunday night in March and you will most likely find that your Facebook and Twitter feeds are flooded with comments about zombies. Brain consumption is a fashionable topic amongst the college-aged demographic these days, and I’m here to shed some light on this post-apocalyptic phenomenon. We’ll take […]

Student Emergency Fund: An Altruistic Proposal for the Worcester State Community

March 17, 2012 by

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By Marion Calabro (Senate Correspondent)   Life is full of the unexpected. College Students especially can find themselves in situations where they are not ideally equipped to handle life’s variables. Students at Worcester State have proposed the creation of the Student Emergency fund. This fund would be available to matriculated students in times of unexpected […]

Origami, how to get started in the words of a former beginner

March 17, 2012 by

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By Leah Rodriguez What can a piece of paper become? Some might say nothing besides placing text on it or placing a copy of a photograph in black/white or color. I visited a local bookstore about a year ago in search of a new form of Art that I could make in which I would […]

Moving In Stereo: Album Review on Spheres’ Forsaken Dirge

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Recently in the mail, the newspaper received an album and press release on a band hailing from Australia whose label is based in L.A. This being such a rare occurrence, I felt compelled to write review on it. Spheres’ label, Sonoptik, may be based in L.A. however they do not appear to have any major […]

Midnight In Paris: The Oscar’s Diamond In The Rough

March 17, 2012 by

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By Joseph Nawn    With the 84th Academy Awards now over it becomes clear that 2011 was really a great year for movies. Films such as The Artist, Hugo, War Horse, Moneyball, and The Tree Of Life left audiences in awe and were justly awarded for their contributions to cinematic history. However, with movies like […]