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  • 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

  • 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) […]

     
  • Winter Institute Provides New Perspectives and Ideas for Faculty

    Winter Institute Provides New Perspectives and Ideas for Faculty

    During a frigid January afternoon before the start of classes, in the depths of the Learning Resource Center, small groups of Worcester State faculty members were discussing hot topics for the forthcoming semester, including the […]

     
 

Noteworthy

  • Amaryllis Siniossoglou

    Amaryllis Siniossoglou (Visual & Performing Arts) has one prints on exhibit titled “The Nature of Things and Ten” at the Throreau Gallery at Franklin Pierce University. The event runs January 27 to February 26, with a […]

     
  • Cathy Wilcox-Titus

    Catherine Wilcox-Titus

    Catherine Wilcox-Titus (Visual & Performing Arts) has two photographs juried into an exhibition titled “For the Birds” at the Rocky Neck Art Colony in Gloucester, Mass. The show opens Jan. 31 and runs through March […]

     
 

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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 […]