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People Are Discontent

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By Kyle Taylor Staff Writer   People are discontent. There is a hotbed of emotion flowing into the political discourse of our times.   The Occupy movement that began on September 17, 2011 garnered the international support of liberals and moderates as city streets throughout the nation (and world) were flooded with college students, union […]

Who Knew About WooU? : Cool Classes

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By Joseph Labaire Staff Writer   College is not just a time to party, sorry to break it to you partiers.  It is also a time to expand one’s global as well as personal knowledge. Some semesters can get boring with only taking the same old major/ minor classes. Luckily, while students are trying to […]

Who Knew About WooU? : Cool Classes

May 7, 2012 by

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By Joseph Labaire Staff Writer   College is not just a time to party, sorry to break it to you partiers.  It is also a time to expand one’s global as well as personal knowledge. Some semesters can get boring with only taking the same old major/ minor classes. Luckily, while students are trying to […]

Fans Cannot Pin the Blame Solely on Bobby Valentine

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By Ryan Kuketz Associate Editor The Red Sox entered the 2012 season with the awful taste of the epic collapse and clubhouse drama of last September still lingering in their mouths. With a new manager at the helm, they have been unable to erase the memories of last year by starting the year 7-10 through […]

WSU Sports in Brief

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Women’s Track   The women’s track team avenged a nine-point loss last season as they captured their second-ever MASCAC Women’s Outdoor title by scoring 226 points. The squad also broke seven meet records and had 10 first-place finishes at the meet held atWestfieldState this past Saturday.   Junior Briana Wise continued to lead the way […]

SGA and Senate Final Updates: Student Emergency Fund and April Senate Elections

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By Marion Calabro Senate Correspondent   As another academic year at Worcester State University(WSU) winds to a close, the WSU Student Government Association (SGA) and Student Senate are looking ahead. The Student Emergency Fund proposed earlier this spring has passed and will be implemented in the Fall semester. Student elections recently concluded delivering new faces […]

This Year In History: The Centennial of the Sinking of the RMS Titanic

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By Joseph Nawn One hundred years ago, Worcester State University was called the Worcester Normal School and in 1912 Principal Dr. Francis R. Lane would officially depart from the school and be replaced by its third and final principal Dr. William B. Aspinwall. However, on April 10 of that same year the infamous RMS Titanic would embark on […]