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The Woo Card and all it has to Offer

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By Adam Straughn   There are many reasons why students are drawn to the numerous colleges in Worcester, including its convenient central location in New England as well as the affordable housing and living costs in comparison to other cities in the area such as Boston or Providence. For some students however, one of the […]

WSU Sports in Brief

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  Women’s Track & Field   Led by several standout performances, the women’s track and field team has picked up where it left off from the indoor season.   This past weekend at the Jim Sheehan Invitational, seniors Mara Kralian and Sarah Rafferty along with junior Briana Wise and sophomore Christy Deininger eclipsed the school […]

21 Years of Heart:The WSU SGA Auction

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By Marion Calabro – Senate Correspondent On March 30, the Worcester State University Community showed its “Heart” at the 21st Annual SGA Auction. The Worcester State Student Government Association and SGA Auction Committee in conjunction with many faculty members host this event. Over $32,000 was raised that night to benefit three Worcester Charities: Abby’s House, […]

Restaurant Review: Gold Star Restaurant

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By Justin Hughes Gold Star Restaurant is located on 68 West Boylston Street in Worcester, owned by Bill. Being a breakfast and lunch restaurant, it is only open until 3:00 p.m., although it is open every day of the week at 6:00 a.m. (7 on Sundays). While small, the restaurant has many good reviews on […]

A Firsthand Account of Local Collegiate Poetry in Worcester

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By Thom Friend    On  April 1, 2:30 p.m. I sped along I-290 toward the Worcester Public Library. I was running late, per usual, to a unique poetry event. That day the library played host to the Worcester County Poetry Association’s (WCPA) College Contest. The finalists consisted of students from eight local colleges.  As I […]

Moving In Stereo: Funk Comes to Worcester via Big Ol’ Dirty Bucket

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The local music scene in Worcester can claim a lot of great, relatively unheard of bands, and also, most importantly, quite a few venues for bands from out of town to come play their music and bless the people of Worcester with something they cannot see every week without going east. Recently, the people of […]

2012 MLB Preseason Predictions

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By Ryan Kuketz As spring approaches the weather gets warmer, the school year begins to wind down, and the baseball players take the field. Every year I like to pretend like I know how the MLB season is going to play out and most of the time I am wrong. This year is no different. […]