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  • Posted 01/19/18

    Graduate Education Fair will provide info on regional offerings on Feb. 20

    The program will include breakout sessions with academic advisors and coaches on how to prepare for graduate school as well as what to expect in continuing education at the graduate level.

  • Posted 01/18/18

    Programs chronicle the LGBTQ Civil Rights Movement

     Journey to Equality: The LGBTQ Civil Rights Movement will provide timely, relevant and engaging LGBTQ programming to the campus and North Central Massachusetts. All events are free and open to the public. 

  • Posted 01/12/18

    MLK’s Unfinished Business: Removing Barriers to Equity, Justice and Peace

    Fitchburg State University celebrates the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. with a series of events designed to enlighten and inspire the campus and wider community.

  • Posted 01/11/18

    Community Read continues this spring

    The best-selling book The Girls of Atomic City tells the story of the young women of Oak Ridge, Tenn., who unwittingly played a crucial role in one of the most significant moments in U.S. history: the development of the atomic bomb.

  • Posted 01/11/18

    CenterStage presents “Tommy: A Bluegrass Opry”

    The HillBenders are one of the few bluegrass groups that recognize their ability to bridge the gap between the common music consumer and the bluegrass genre, selecting material that defies any hillbilly stigmas

  • Posted 01/03/18

    ALFA spring programs announced

    ALFA is a lifelong learning institute that offers non-credit daytime courses and special activities. It provides an opportunity for lifelong learners with similar interests to meet in an informal setting and pursue learning for enrichment and personal growth.

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