In the News

  • StartUp Worcester sees success as 1st year comes to an end

    MASSLIVE.COM – February 1, 2016 – With the first year of Startup Worcester coming to a close and applications being sought for a second, the entrepreneurial booster is seen as a program worth expanding on, Worcester […]

     
  • Bucked by Broncos: A kick in the head for Pats fans in Worcester

    TELEGRAM.COM – January 24, 2016 – At halftime, there was still hope. Even in the third quarter, Tracy Harpin said she was “staying positive,” as she stretched her legs across a booth at The Boynton restaurant, […]

     
 

Around Campus

  • Theme Semester Challenges the Idea that Seeing is Believing

    Theme Semester Challenges the Idea that Seeing is Believing

    When Caitlyn Jenner was introduced to the world via a photo spread in Vanity Fair last year, some could not believe what they were seeing. The idea that sometimes seeing helps people believe, and an […]

     
  • Worcester State University Celebrates Black History Month

    Worcester State University is celebrating Black History Month with a number of events looking at the experiences of African-Americans in the U.S. On Wednesday, Feb. 10 at 10:30 a.m., May Street Building (formerly Temple Emanuel) […]

     
 

Noteworthy

  • Madeline Otis Campbell

    Madeline Otis Campbell (Urban Studies) will release her book “Interpreters of Occupation: Gender and the Politics of Belonging in an Iraqi Refugee Network.” on March 15, 2016 through Syracuse University Press. The book traces the […]

     
  • Pamela Hollander

    Pamela Hollander (Education) recently published an article entitled: “Elevate My Mind: Identities for Women in Hip Hop Songs.” in the first-year composition anthology: Reading Pop Culture: A Portable Anthology. Ousborne, Jeff (ed.) 2015. New York: […]

     
 

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  • WSU Community Meets the DeFeudis Challenge for New Wellness Center

    WSU Community Meets the DeFeudis Challenge for New Wellness Center

    Thanks to longstanding Worcester State supporter Gene J. DeFeudis and other generous donors, more than a half million dollars were raised for WSU’s Change Lives capital campaign. More than 700 donors donated $319,000 for the […]

     
  • Worcester State VITA Program Helps Filers with Tax Preparation

    If your income is $60,000 or less, and you meet several other criteria, you can receive assistance with filing your taxes from Worcester State University’s Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) program. On most Mondays and […]