Regarding Landscapes: A Black and White Journey

Regarding Landscapes: A Black and White Journey

By Robert White A photograph can say a lot. It can leave the viewer entranced with a myriad of emotion ranging from sadness, to confusion, to mysticism. “Regarding Landscapes”, the most recent show at the Dolphin Art Gallery in the Ghosh Science and Tech Center left me with all of the above. The show’s opening night was Nov. 6, and […]

Succeed in Four, Five, Maybe Six

Succeed in Four, Five, Maybe Six

By Robert White In the world of business, there are producers and consumers. In my four years as a college student I have come to learn that this fact is nothing but accurate in the business of higher education. This realization returns every year during registration. My own issues have been unique in the sense that my program is undersized […]

The Next Gen Games of November 2014

The Next Gen Games of November 2014

By Josh Vongkhamheuang A handful of major-title games were released within these past two weeks of Nov. 2014, and all are fantastic to play. The Master Chief Collection, Assassin’s Creed: Unity, Far Cry 4, and Grand Theft Auto: V were released with much anticipation, and I was able to get my hands onto all four games. Starting off with The […]

Look Up

Look Up

By Jesenia Sanchez In the midst of my daily social network check this week I came across a profound video. This four-minute YouTube clip was written and performed by a gentleman named Gary Turk. It was directed towards the current, and future “online generation.” The moment I pressed play, a poetic and rhythmic voice captivated me—little did I know how […]

Lancer’s Sports Update

Lancer’s Sports Update

By David Rixham Men’s Basketball Men’s basketball has started their season 1-1; with a 69-51 victory over Becker and a 61-60 loss to Wesleyan. Sophomore guard Jeremy Bacon and Sophomore center Paul Brooks have both recorded one double-double in the early moments of the season. Senior guard Brendan Rios leads the team in scoring, averaging 16.0 points per game.   […]

Moscow on the Elly: Pussy Riot Director Comes to Worcester State

Moscow on the Elly: Pussy Riot Director Comes to Worcester State

By Josh Rizkalla Pussy Riot. What Are they?  Political Opposition Party? Feminist Activists? Punk Rock Musicians? Or Performance Artists? This question was presented at the beginning of Maxim Pozdorovkin’s lecture: “Documentary Film and Journalism: Bedfellows or Foes? at Worcester State University on October 28th, 2014. The question, rather than the members of Pussy Riot, would be the focus of the […]