By Alex MacDougall One of the most well-known facets of Japanese culture and history is that of the Samurai. The elite warrior-class that played a large role in Japanese society until the modernization of […]
By Melissa Dognazzi In commemoration of the 100 year anniversary of the Armenian Genocide, Worcester State University’s Visual and Performing Arts Department staged a production of Richard Kalinoski’s Beast On the Moon, a story of […]
By Noah Goldfarb Office work and networking collide at Running Start, a Worcester-based company that offers established companies and startups alike a collaborative environment to build their businesses. Companies from a variety of […]
Thursday, April 23 at approximately 8:40 am students and faculty were evacuated from the Sullivan Academic building due to a bomb threat. This is the second occurrence of a bomb threat on WSU’s campus this spring.Police are […]
This past week on Popcorn & Spoilers, Noah and Brock cover Prince Avalanche. The movie is directed by David Gordon Green and Stars Paul Rudd and Emile Hirsch.
By Madison Friend Worcester residents that haven’t spent the last four months under a rock have probably heard something about the Worcester-area protesters that recently had charges of disorderly conduct and disturbing the peace levied […]
Name: Patricia LeBreton Position: Clerk 3 New Worcester Spy: How long have you worked for Worcester State University? Patricia LeBreton: 11 years. NWS: What is the most rewarding part of your job? PL: Working […]
By Nicole Despotopulos Men’s Baseball The Lancers defeated the MIT Engineers (6-3) at the Kevin Lyons Baseball Diamond on Thursday. Sophomore Adam Barry, who went 4-for-4, and senior David Ruggiero, who went 3-for-3, set […]