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  • Holocaust survivor’s story keeps unfolding in Worcester

    Holocaust survivor’s story keeps unfolding in Worcester

    TELEGRAM & GAZETTE — After a horrific experience, regardless of the time passed, even the smallest things can trigger a haunting memory. Thea Aschkenase, of Worcester, says she doesn’t know exactly how long she lived in the […]

     
  • Worcester colleges earn gold, silver in environmental certification

    Worcester colleges earn gold, silver in environmental certification

    TELEGRAM & GAZETTE — In recent years, higher-learning institutions in the area have taken the initiative to become “green” by constructing buildings that are energy-efficient and environmentally sound. Clark University, the College of the Holy […]

     
 

Around Campus

  • Professor Highlights Jewish Struggle to Be Visible in Harbin, China

    What was once a Jewish area in Northern China has been reconstructed into a Russian-themed musical district, although the fight for remembering the Jewish culture there is an ongoing battle. In a program co-sponsored by […]

     
  • Students’ Works on Exhibit in Dolphin Gallery

    Students’ Works on Exhibit in Dolphin Gallery

    The 2015 Student Installation Show opened Feb. 12  in the Mary Cosgrove Dolphin Gallery on Feb. 12 with an evening reception. The exhibit runs through Thursday, March 12, and offers select student works that represent […]

     
 

Noteworthy

  • Susan Fisher

    Adjunct faculty member Susan Fisher (Visual and Performing Arts) received a Stars Gran to work with Columbus Park Preparatory School, a Worcester public school. Fisher will be the artist in residency for students in grades […]

     
  • Stacey Parker and Susan Fisher

    Professor Stacey Parker (Visual and Performing Arts) and adjunct faculty Susan J. Fisher (Visual and Performing Arts) received Materials Needs Grants from ArtsWorcester. Parker plans on using the funding to continue her luminaries from her […]

     
 

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Beyond the Traditional Classroom

  • Women’s Track Team Squad Makes Valentine’s Day Special for UMass Memorial Children’s Patients

    Women’s Track Team Squad Makes Valentine’s Day Special for UMass Memorial Children’s Patients

    Shortly before Valentine’s Day, members of the women’s track and field squad made 35 bags stuffed with a variety of stickers, different colored hearts, bubbles, a plastic heart-shaped slinky and other miscellaneous themed items, which […]

     
  • Faculty Research Series Goes Global

    Faculty Research Series Goes Global

    Dr. Tim Murphy (Urban Studies), presented “Nocturnal Bohemia: Queer Time and Space in an Urbanizing Brazil,” and Dr. Carlos Fontes (Communication), presented “Global Crisis and the Emergent Paradigm” at a recent Shared Scholarship Series event.  Both scholars […]

     
 

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