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  • Local Syrians watch crisis from a distance

    BOSTONGLOBE.COM – October 8, 2015 – It was the summer of 2012, and Fouad Faris did not want to die. Syrian army tanks were rolling through the streets of Aleppo — his hometown — and […]

  • Catching Up With . . . Cy Butler, Weston High, Rhode Island football

    BOSTON GLOBE.COM – October 9, 2015 – You’d think Cy Butler, at age 40, and a first-time father of an 11-week-old daughter, might be easing into settle-down mode just a bit. After all, his starry […]


Around Campus



  • Adrienne Smyth and Peter Bradley

    Adrienne Smyth (Biology) and Peter Bradley (Biology), along with Brian Seales (Trinity College, Ireland), have a new research paper that was recently published entitled “A Pollen Profile by Scanning Electron Microscopy Bracketing the Mid-Holocene Tsuga canadensis Decline […]

  • Karen Sharpe

    Executive Director of University Advancement Karen Sharpe was recently named to the Boards of Trustees of two organizations: Literacy Volunteers of Greater Worcester, which serves the growing immigrant and refugee population of Worcester with free […]



  • Safety Measures at WSU

    In the wake of the recent tragic shooting at Umpqua Community College in Oregon, we wanted to remind the community of some ways police and others keep our campus as safe as possible. – Policing […]

  • Free Admission to Worcester Art Museum with WSU ID

    Free Admission to Worcester Art Museum with WSU ID

    Worcester State University has an institutional membership at the Worcester Art Museum, which means that all students, faculty, and staff with a valid WSU ID can gain free admission to the museum during hours of […]


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