Senior theater major Tyler Rost is steadily paving a path to pursue his passions. They usually involve a camera, but regardless of which side of it he’s on, he’s leaving his footprint at Fitchburg State University.
Month: April 2018
Every student has their quirks, but there a few things we all do, for better or worse.
“Hatred will not have the last word in Lockerbie.”
Author Jimin Han didn’t start out with intentions of writing, let alone becoming a novelist but in the end, it became part of who she is.
Women’s History Month has come and passed and with it a reminder of just how strong, resourceful, and powerful women are. Here are ten things women wish they would have been told as they faced the world.
The Red Sox have a lot of promise for the 2018 season with few weaknesses, but their strengths have a lot of staying power for years to come and will be a major positive for this entire season.
Fitchburg State Feminist Conversations held their annual Lead(H)ership Conference on Friday, March 30th. This event was sponsored by various clubs and organizations at Fitchburg State, with an all-woman panel that ranged from esteemed Ph.D Professors, to celebrated poets, freelance and published writers, and of course Fitchburg State students.
If one was to walk into Thompson 202 on a Wednesday anytime between 5-6pm, they would find a group of Harry Potter fans discussing different topics and themes that come up in the books and the movies.