How biology and chemistry professors at FSU teach online

Zachary Connell— COVID-19 has caused schools and businesses to close down in order to slow the spread of the virus. However, many students are used to the on-campus atmosphere. Now, … Read More

How the FSU community is conducting remote learning for the rest of the semester

Kurtis Kendall— With Fitchburg State moving to remote learning for the rest of the Spring 2020 semester due to the coronavirus outbreak, the Fitchburg State community finds itself utilizing different … Read More

Fitchburg State postpones spring commencement amid coronavirus concerns

Alexa Nogueira— On Wednesday, March 25, the Fitchburg State University President’s Office emailed students a commencement update from President Richard Lapidus. Lapidus explained in his update that May commencement celebrations … Read More

University officials answer student questions about coronavirus

Brooke Pelletier and Alexa Nogueira— Updated on March 24, 2020 at 11:19 a.m. With the coronavirus sweeping the world, the future for students at Fitchburg State seems uncertain. Will students … Read More

The Ripple Effect of Antonelli v. Hammond

By John Plue Constitution day took place September 17, 2019, and the staff of the Cycle in 1969 came to speak with an audience about the Antonelli v. Hammond case. … Read More

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