National

Leaving Las Vegas

By Madison Friend To the question of who won the Democratic debate last Tuesday night, there is no clear answer. Or, actually, an answer at all. In a contest with no metrics or points, it’s […]

National

Bernie Begins

By Madison Friend When my friends and I arrived at the Boston Convention and Exhibit Center last Saturday for a Bernie Sanders rally, the proceedings had the feel of a rock show. A long line […]

Campus

WSU Police to Issue Citations

By Nicole Despotopulos WORCESTER —Worcester State University police are now able to enforce the Massachusetts General Law Chapter 90, allowing them to issue citations to motorists who violate provisions of this law. Kevin Slater, Director […]

Campus

Water Main Break

By Noah Goldfarb At 8:38 a.m. on February 20th, the student body received an email from Reslife stating that the Sheehan POD would be closed for breakfast. An email from the President’s Office confirmed that […]

Local

MBTA Shutdown

By: Madison Friend WORCESTER – Worcester residents may be disappointed, but not surprised, to learn that their fair city has recently earned the rather dubious distinction of “snowiest” in the entire country. Worcester has received […]

Local

Winter Storm Juno

WSU students offer their opinions on the way Winter Storm Juno, the recent blizzard that kept schools, roads and surrounding towns in Worcester closed for two days, was handled by not only the WSU facilities […]