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.
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.
Sylvia Garcia and Veronica Escobar have secured the Democratic nomination in their districts. This is a huge victory for Latinas, as it is important that they have strong leadership and representation in their largely Latino district.
30 years after the Lockerbie Bombing, Fitchburg State University’s Main Stage Theater Company presents: “The Women of Lockerbie”, by the renowned playwright Deborah Brevoort and directed by Kelly Morgan.
To further investigate this, we asked about a dozen students lingering in the McKay halls if they check their emails on a daily basis.
After reading Clarence Harlan Orsi’s essay, ‘Take Stock’, and given the chance to hear him speak, I found myself thinking rather deeply on the topic [of gender].
Applications are due by March 2nd and can be sent in at fitchburgstate.edu/pitchtank. After judges deliberate, there will be a second round happening in April.
Due to popular demand, Recreation Services will now be offering group exercise classes beginning February 12 (and the 21 of February for Turbo Kick Live). Students, faculty and staff can take part in five different free classes offered every Monday and Wednesday.
by Tyler Bradway “The Shroom Walk,” in early October set the mood for what the Biology and Chemistry Club is all about. The event, publicized as “The Edible Mushroom Walk,” became a very strange and exciting couple hours. The… Read More ›
by Peter Kougias (Photo Credit) Today (September 21) on the quad, Active Minds have placed 1,100 white flags in honor of college students who commit suicide each year. This memorial brings awareness and sparks discussion for suicide prevention. Amber Haney… Read More ›
Last week, while my sons and I were spending our annual August visit with my parents in my hometown of Charlottesville, Virginia, the city was rocked by a number of violent events surrounding a white supremacist and Nazi… Read More ›