The series explores the phenomenon of immigration from and to Italy from a variety of perspectives.
The film, focusing on five women living with the autoimmune disease vitiligo, will be shown on Feb. 22 in Ellis White Lecture Hall in Hammond Hall.
The events include a talk by author and alumnus Keith Gentili on March 21.
The grant will build upon an initiative designed to improve retention and career success by fostering deeper connections between students, faculty and staff members.
The programming theme of African Americans and the arts acknowledges the connection between African American art and influence with African, Caribbean, and the Black American lived reality.
The LawReady program is designed to help students who are considering law school but may not perform as well on standardized tests.
In the first year of the revised approach to NCLEX preparation, the Fitchburg State graduates’ pass rate soared to 98%.
President Lapidus has announced the students who qualified for inclusion on the Dean’s List and President's List for the Fall 2023 semester.
The artist’s work explores the relationship between storytelling, material and the natural world.
Fitchburg State University awarded more than 400 graduate and undergraduate degrees during the winter ceremony of its 127th commencement exercises Friday, Dec. 22.