Mexican Students Learn Language And Culture At WSU

Mexican Students Learn Language And Culture At WSU

In 2013, Presidents of Mexico, Enrique Peña Nieto, and the United States, Barack Obama announced the formation of the Bilateral Forum. This is an association between the two governments, higher education institutions, civil society, and the private sector of the Mexican and United States governments. Under this forum, Proyecta 100,000 was proposed. This proposal was created with an intention of […]

Pushing The Boundaries For Local Art

Pushing The Boundaries For Local Art

By Kate Tattan Howard Johnson, 64, sits among a mess of art supplies, dirty clothes, take-out menus, paintings, entangled electronics and old magazine cut outs, on top of some old boxes filled with more of the same. He plays with the corner of his paint covered black T-Shirt as his eyes dart from the newest drawing he’s been working on […]

Lancer Sports Update

Lancer Sports Update

Men’s Basketball   Men’s basketball has dropped four straight after winning their opening game of the season. Sophomore center Paul Brooks has started the season strong, averaging nearly a double-double in the first five games of the season (10.8 PPG, 8.8 RPG). Senior guard Brendan Rios leads the team in points, averaging 12.0 PPG to start the year. The team […]

Worcester State Walk-Out

Worcester State Walk-Out

By Salvatore Tecci Worcester State University students took part of the nationwide walkout on Dec. 1. WSU students teamed up with Clark University students to march on behalf of Mike Brown, the 18 year old male who was killed by the police on August 9, 2014.  The plan was for the schools to meet on their respective campuses at 1:01 […]

Save A Tree, Blackboard It!

Save A Tree, Blackboard It!

By  Eduardo St. Louis Paper has constantly been a vital part of our scholastic career since pre-school. But have you ever wondered how much unnecessary paper is wasted in classrooms? No matter what grade level. On average, a student uses 10,000 sheets of paper yearly! A major environmental health problem today is waste–more specifically paper waste. With the current technological […]

Holding Doors

Holding Doors

By Josh Rizkalla Across a campus with a wide variety of students and staff, one social construct unites us all. Worcester State is a hive and as the worker bees, we find ourselves trudging on from class to class. Before entering the next building, whether it be Sullivan or the LRC, the small event that keeps this ecosystem going is […]