Campus Parking Becomes Chaotic As Snow Falls

By Makenzie MacDonald Winter time can be constant struggle. Shoveling, plowing, sanding and salting, and cleaning cars, following major storms. Safety for commuters and pedestrians is dependent on a job well done. When only a certain extent of the work is complete, like partially shoveled  walkways, sand on half of the sidewalk, inadequate plowing, dangerous situations can occur. At Fitchburg […]

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How much more snow can FSU take?

    A Professor’s thoughts on the subject By Tava Hoag   If you’re anything like myself, then at first you loved the snow days. It was a nice break during the week to get some more sleep or catch-up on your favorite Netflix shows. Then after hours of shoveling, 4 missed class days, and a delayed opening– it started […]

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Stressors during the holidays

By Jennie Tanner The holidays. No matter what religion one may be, we all celebrate some form of a holiday during the months of November and December. If you’re anything like the typical family, I would assume your parents become crazed with last minute holiday stress; I know mine do. Or maybe you have the dad that forgets to buy […]

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Gearing up for the winter

By Carmen Bordonaro Whether you hate the snow or you love it, one thing can be said for New England residents- you are going to have to deal with it regardless. So far, the winter season has only seen a few scattered days of snowfall. But it is only December, and with the temperature finally staying at a consistently low […]

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