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FSU honored for diversity, inclusion efforts

Zachary Comeau |

Framingham State University is one of 96 colleges and universities in the country to be recognized by a high education magazine for its efforts to support diversity and inclusion.

Prisoners among MWCC’s best students

RACHEL FRICKE CARDELLE |

We at Mount Wachusett Community College have a strong belief in the power of education to transform lives.

WPI opens $49M dorm and education building

Grant Welker |

Worcester Polytechnic Institute officially opened its $49 million dorm and education building Thursday, which includes both 140 beds and lab space equipped with the latest technology.

Framingham State joins prison education consortium

Framingham State University has joined a group of colleges in Massachusetts that is working to expand college education access for those who are incarcerated.

Doctors warn of dangers of screen time for kids

Grant Welker |

Doctors say too much time looking at screens can harm brain development, contribute to a inactive lifestyle, and lead to delayed or poor reading skills for children.

Canal Lofts developer to build $20M autism school in Lincoln Square

Zachary Comeau |

The City of Worcester is set to sell the long-vacant former Lincoln Square Boys Club building to a Boston-based developer for $300,000.

Five Worcester colleges among WSJ top 500 nationally

Five colleges in Worcester made this week's national ranking of the best colleges by the Wall Street Journal and the Times Higher Education.

MWCC joins MIT, BU in prison education consortium

Zachary Comeau |

Mount Wachusett Community College is joining the likes of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and 12 other Massachusetts colleges in a new prison education consortium.

Central Mass. schools serve up MBA options for busy professionals

SUSAN SHALHOUB |

Executives – or those on an executive track – are drawn to pursue a master of business administration degree for different reasons.

MCPHS has found fast growth over nearly two decades in Worcester

Grant Welker |

But no college has grown so exponentially in the nearly two decades MCPHS has been in Worcester, or contributed as much to a presence of higher education in the city's downtown.

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