At the event on Thursday, April 15, Congresswoman Trahan will have a discussion with President Lapidus followed by an opportunity for members of the virtual audience to ask questions.
Minority businesses in downtown Fitchburg will get assistance with accessing capital and other support thanks to a $100,000 Urban Agenda grant announced this month by the Baker-Polito Administration.
Fitchburg State is planning to return to in-person classes and a vibrant campus life in fall 2021.
As a nation we face deep political divisions. What can heal us is learning how to listen to each other and to engage respectfully with ideas and perspectives that are different from our own.