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Clark to fight for more mid-career students

John Chetro-Szivos came full-time to Clark University in January, as the school was changing its College of Professional and Continuing Education (COPACE) into the School of Professional Studies in...

Women must continue to mentor, take risks


Worcester has secured its place in history as part of the women's rights movement but the community must continue to push forward.

Matilde Castiel: Tackling health outcomes through a ground-up approach

Laura Finaldi |

Since she was a kid, Matilde Castiel has always felt a strong desire to improve the lives of others – especially those in underserved communities.

Antiquarian Society puts a copper face on antiquity

Sam Bonacci |

While it protects the antiquities from the past, it does not mean the American Antiquarian Society is stuck in the past, as highlighted by the new copper face it will soon show the city of Worcester.

Worcester chamber opposes recreational marijuana

Sam Bonacci |

The Worcester Regional Chamber of Commerce has taken a stance against the regulation and taxation of recreational marijuana but chose to avoid coming down with an opinion on the expansion of charter...

American Antiquarian Society seeking $20M for expansion

Sam Bonacci |

The American Antiquarian Society is seeking $20 million in state bonds towards a $21.6 million expansion project in Worcester.

MassDiGI gets $583K to build video game ecosystem

Sam Bonacci |

MassDiGI at Becker College has been awarded a five-year. $583,000 grant that will help build up the state's video game infrastructure, Congressman Jim McGovern announced Thursday.

Sexual assault, terrorism focus of Worcester conference


Massachusetts law enforcement and college officials gathered Wednesday to talk about sexual assaults and terrorist threats, two areas of focus that have commanded attention in the past decade.

QCC recognized for low-income affordability, success

Sam Bonacci |

Quinsigamond Community College has been named to a list of 25 community colleges across the country that advance opportunities for low-income students by the U.S Department of Education.

5 things to know about your nursing care

At some point in your life, you or a loved one will end up in the hospital and it is important to have a solid understanding of nursing care.

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