Campus Assault

Campus Assault

By David Rixham Three weeks ago an alleged armed sexual assault occurred at Worcester State University and still very little information is being released to the students and to the public. Due to local and national rape shield laws, the information is being held from the public at this time. “It would be nice to know more information about the […]

Smoking On Campus. Let’s Do It.

Smoking On Campus. Let’s Do It.

By: Kylie Tun Picture yourself, a college student living on campus and you’re cramming for that exam that you haven’t studied for. It’s nearing midnight and you want to go outside and take a break. Imagine, instead of being able to go right outside your apartment, you’re forced to walk down to the edge of campus on the open streets […]

College Guide to Eating Healthy

College Guide to Eating Healthy

By Jesenia Sanchez When it comes to eating healthy, college students face quite a few challenges. Having been one for the past five years, I would say that I know. We are often pressed for time, under plenty of stress, and would prefer to eat on the go if possible. Whether at the mercy of the school meal plan or […]

A Leap Of Faith Across the Atlantic

A Leap Of Faith Across the Atlantic

by Maria Evangelista Close your eyes and picture yourself sun bathing on the islands of Greece, taking selfies in front of the Colosseum, and pub crawling in the heart of Dublin. Does this seem surreal? It shouldn’t. Your dreams of traveling the world are more attainable than you’d ever imagine and now is the best time to go after them. […]

ASSAULT and SELF DEFENSE:  DON’T BE HELPLESS; HELP YOURSELF

ASSAULT and SELF DEFENSE: DON’T BE HELPLESS; HELP YOURSELF

By Josh Vongkhamheuang Martial arts is often mocked and underestimated by many who don’t understand it. Hollywood movies use it to the point where it looks amazing and cool, but at the same time, impossible to do. A single man or woman can’t take on a 6 foot 5 male with muscles bigger than a bowling ball; there’s a clear […]

Amazonian Activist Visits Worcester State

Amazonian Activist Visits Worcester State

By Bobby White The Blue Lounge at Worcester State University hosted Patricia Gualinga, the International Relations Director for the Kichwa tribe of Sarayaku people, indigenous to the forests of Ecuador. Gualinga’s seminar, titled “Climate Change and Human Rights: A Report from the Amazon”  brought light to the endeavors of the Sarayaku people, who in 2012 won their case at the […]