Category: News

Presidential Inauguration Preview

Sarah Carter ‘24 News Editor As the throes of ever-accumulating schoolwork leave students feeling especially overrun this first week back from break, the weekend simply could not come sooner. A football game at Worcester’s premier ballpark, an assemblage of family-centric activities at Fall Fest, and the three-day-long inauguration […]

The Good Trouble Series Continues with “For and With Others”: How Does Our Mission Statement Become Activism?”

Devyn Forcina ‘22 News Editor  On September 29, the third installment of The Good Trouble Series, “ “For and With Others”: How Does Our Mission Statement Become Activism?” was held virtually. Professor Santos moderated the event, and the speakers included Professor Ryan, Isabella Corazzini from Worcester Interfaith, Yandi […]

Professor Karsten Stueber Tackles America’s Political Divide In “Polarizing Disagreements”

Joey Abrams ‘23 News Editor The presidential election of 2016 spurred the largest political polarization that the American electorate had ever seen, exacerbated further by the 2020 election year and simultaneous coronavirus pandemic. Former centrists have been skewed, social disagreements have become violent, and those who’ve stayed out […]