Voter Participation Down on 18-29 Age Groups: Researchers Left Wondering What Cause Is.

Voter Participation Down on 18-29 Age Groups: Researchers Left Wondering What Cause Is.

Voter Participation Down on 18-29 Age Groups: Researchers Left Wondering What Cause is. By: Jennifer Johnson This past midterm election CBSnews.com reported that only 13 percent of registered voters aged 18-29 cast their ballot. Studies have shown that the interest in voting fluctuates, typically down during the midterms and slightly higher at the presidential, but generally not consistent with their […]

Sheehan Hall

Sheehan Hall

By Michael Shattuck There is a student lounge in Sheehan Hall, Worcester State’s new residence hall. This lounge has two pool tables, a foose-ball table, and a TV that is always tuned to ESPN. It has become a new hub for Worcester State students, both commuters and residents to meet. Jason Barry is a freshman resident, and he was playing […]

The existence of Worcester State’s Exchange Program

The existence of Worcester State’s Exchange Program

By Piraya Vittayasing Despite the fact that Worcester State University has been very active with promoting study abroad programs, the students at WSU do not know much about the exchange program. The International Program at WSU offers different opportunities for students to experience studying abroad for one or two semesters. They also accept and send off students to and from […]

Eating Wild in Worcester County

Eating Wild in Worcester County

By Phyllis Cobiski    A soft, warm breeze ruffles a few stray leaves on the ground over the grass pastures of Walker Farm. Stone walls separate the pastures, typical of New England’s country landscape. At the far end of one of the pastures, a herd of red-colored, Devon cattle feed on probably some of the last green grass to find […]

Trending e-commerce after pressure of education

Trending e-commerce after pressure of education

By Piraya Vittayasing The common scene at the heart of Bangkok, the capital city of Thailand, is mostly middle school and high school students roaming around, going in and out of cramming schools, also known as tutoring schools – day and night. “At present, cramming schools are proliferating at all levels and there is a saying among parents – the […]

Effectiveness of Online Courses

Effectiveness of Online Courses

By Donald Halpin Times are changing. People are using technology more than ever. Some think it’s for the better and some think the opposite; it all depends on what kind of person you are. One of the most talked about topics is the effectiveness of online learning. But comparing the traditional style vs. the online style is equivalent to comparing […]