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Who Knew About Woo U: Your Voice

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By: Joseph P. LaBaire As most of you already know, we are currently in an election year that will prove to be historical in our country’s history, no matter what the outcome. It is our duty as American citizens to exercise one of our greatest rights, the right to vote. I recently did a poll […]

Meet the Worcester State University Presidential Ambassadors

October 30, 2012 by

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Meet the Worcester State University Presidential Ambassadors Name: Laura M. Henriquez Class of 2014 Major: Sociology & Spanish – Minor: Pre-Law What is your favorite season of the year? Autumn What is one thing in life you won’t stop trying to accomplish? To become an advocate for immigrants. What is the one thing you carry […]

Moving in Stereo: Musicians from Near and Far

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By Ashley Arseneau The music scene in Worcester is made up many different types of acts. There are rock bands of all kinds, reggae bands, dub step artists, hip hop groups and rappers, the more classical acts you can see at Mechanics Hall or Tuckerman Hall from Music Worcester, and yes even a few country […]

Worcester State Students participate in ‘Light the Night’

October 30, 2012 by

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By Lindsey Bullen Editors Note: Lindsey Bullen is a WSU Senate member contributing this article as an account of the WSU students participating in the 2012 ‘Light the Night’ walk. On September 20, Student Senate was approached by a representative from the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society. The question posed to Senate was this: Would Worcester […]

WSU Fashion: Comfort Meets Appropriate Dress

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By: Lola Ogunjobi Being a part of the Worcester State community could definitely make one feel as if they are  completely invisible as they pass many unfamiliar faces on a day to day basis. One way that we distinguish ourselves amongst a sea of people is by the way we dress, yes, by fashion. It […]

National Domestic Violence Awareness Month: The Men’s Story Project

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By Marissa Robertson     October is National Domestic Violence Awareness Month.  According to the National Coalition Against Domestic Violence, 1 in every 4 women will experience domestic violence in her lifetime, with women ages 20-24 being at the greatest risk for partner violence.  In an effort to make us all more aware of the […]

Binaural Beats Provide Help with many Issues Including Bad Concentration and Studying

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By Matthew Cunsolo Are you the kind of person who needs to get up and go somewhere in order to do schoolwork? Personally, I can’t focus very well in my room. I fatigue quickly and my mind tends to wander much more easily than it does in a classroom environment. If this happens to you, […]