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.
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.
Whether you’re one of the quiet ones or a boisterous participant we’ve all felt the awkwardness in the room.
But why don’t aren’t people participating in class?
Here are seven ways to have a great Valentine’s Day that’s all about the most important person in your life – you.
Freelance writing didn’t seem so hard. You find someone, write what they want, and get money…or so I thought.
Can one please everyone when it comes to this particular issue? Not likely is my answer, but I do have my thoughts as a commuter, mother and teacher how to approach the situation.
I get it. There’s so much happening in our country and our world, so many new stories and crises and controversies, so much we’re challenged to care about or respond to. For reasons of practicality, of focus on our own… Read More ›
By Alex Campbell Misnomers: the bane of the intellectual world. Popularly used words and terms that are erroneously used to describe things, for example: tinfoil and jellyfish. Tinfoil is actually made out of aluminum for the most part, and jellyfish… Read More ›
By Lorenzo Herbert 6,598. That’s how many students attend Fitchburg State University. Students from all across America and the world come here to get one thing, an education. The university takes pride in its celebration of diversity, which is so… Read More ›