Skip to main content
  • Posted 02/16/18

    LGBTQ programs continue this semester

    Author Elijah C. Nealy will give a talk on helping families with transgender children navigate the emotional transition at 6:30 p.m. Thursday, March 8 at the Fitchburg Public Library, 610 Main St.

  • Posted 02/15/18

    Brideau to represent Fitchburg State at national student affairs conference

    Brandon Brideau ’16, ’18 will receive the NASAPA NOW Professional Award from the leading association for the advancement, health and sustainability of the student affairs profession.

  • Posted 02/08/18

    Harrod Lecture on Feb. 14 explores immigration policy

    "We the People." The Constitution begins with those words, but how do Americans define that "We"? In his talk "Exclusion & Inclusion: The Battle to Define America," Ben Railton will argue that throughout our history those two concepts have battled to define our national identity.

  • Posted 02/05/18

    International and Conflict Studies talk explores global shipping

    Fitchburg State University’s International and Conflict Studies Keynote Speaker Series will feature a look at international maritime law and the global shipping industry on Wednesday, Feb. 28 at 7 p.m. in Hammond Hall.

  • Posted 02/02/18

    Communications Media Lecture Series features photography and experimental film

    The spring series begins Tuesday, February 13 with Boston-based commercial and public relations photographer Roger Farrington, who will talk about his 25 years of experience in the business of theater and celebrity events photography.

  • Posted 02/02/18

    Students rank in national Moot Court tournament

    The student competitors proved to themselves that they had what it took to compete with any undergraduate in the country in the highest level of legal debate, and that Fitchburg State students can go toe to toe with any other school’s best.

More Articles