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  • Posted 09/14/18

    Police Program holds first graduation

    After years of academic study, the recruit officers spent the last 17 weeks in a comprehensive program of physical training and tactical skills development that included qualification at the firing range and emergency vehicle operations.

  • Posted 09/12/18

    Constitution Day panel talk looks at 2nd Amendment

    Political science students Philip Spadano ’19 and Matthew Badagliacca ’20 will discuss the topic from alternative viewpoints at 3:30 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 18 at Ellis White Lecture Hall in Hammond Hall. The discussion is open to the public.

  • Posted 09/04/18

    Santiago stresses importance of meeting diverse student needs

    “We’re seeing a demographic shift in who is coming to our campuses,” the commissioner said. “If we admit students, we have to give them the skills to succeed.”

  • Posted 09/03/18

    Community Read launches with talk on Sept. 19

    In Celeste Ng’s novel, Everything I Never Told You, a family’s secrets are closely tied to themes of immigration and ethnic identity.

  • Posted 08/31/18

    Initiatives launched to respond to food insecurity

    Several initiatives are launching this fall to address the issue, led by the new Food and Necessities Insecurity Committee.

  • Posted 08/31/18

    Police offer personal safety courses this fall

    The University Police Department is once again offering a comprehensive series of personal safety courses for Fitchburg State students, faculty and staff this fall, all available at no charge.

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