By Richard Mayne In celebration of Black History Month, and as part of the 5th annual African American Read In Day and ALANA Preview Day, Worcester State University hosted Dr. Beverly Daniel Tatum. An audience […]
By Luke Cai Midterms have historically had lower voter turnout in modern American history, but this year’s midterms have set new records. In a survey sampling over 250 people Worcester county, half of which are […]
By Haley Gosselin On Jan. 23, President Trump signed an executive order to reinstate the Mexico City Policy (also known as the global gag rule) which defunds the International Planned Parenthood Federation, along with any […]
By Moises R. Cotto The aftermath of the presidential election has been a topic of daily discussion, almost as controversial as the year preceding the announcement of president-elect Donald Trump’s historic win. As all of […]
By Fay Bcharah Some may argue this election has been one of the most bizarre and confusing ever. There have been immediate responses to Trump’s triumph, and also to the results of the Massachusetts ballot […]
Tune in to hear our panel react to the results of Tuesday’s election. Including Noah Goldfarb, Fay Bcharah, Timothy Jarvis, Nicholas Clark, and Cleve Wiese.
Haley Gosselin As of late, it seems like social media has become a platform for political discussion. Due to the presidential race, every time I open Facebook or Twitter I am bombarded with political material […]
By Madison Friend The view from WSU’s Writing Center was busier than usual this morning as excited Worcesterites sought to cast their votes in this year’s Republican and Democratic presidential primaries. Bright green “Vote Here” […]