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New Library cafe will open January 19th

New Library cafe will open January 19th

The Library Cafe has been under construction for most of this semester as they turned the space into a renovated area for students.

In-depth: Test anxiety affects college students

In-depth: Test anxiety affects college students

The American Test Anxiety Association has reported 16 to 20 percent of students have high test anxiety, while 18 percent have moderately high test anxiety.

Op-ed: Time management is a struggle for college students

Op-ed: Time management is a struggle for college students

There’s a solution to time management problems.

FPU athletes are giving back to the community

FPU athletes are giving back to the community

SAC Representative Krysta Peirce said, “I think this is a great way for the athletes to become closer to the community. It also gives right back to those who are in need throughout Rindge and other surrounding areas.”

“Nevermore” is accepting new submissions

“Nevermore” is accepting new submissions

Any type of writing can be submitted, such as poems, flash fiction, creative non-fiction, essays, and even drawings and photographs that are designed by students

Exchange hacked, goes down for a week

Exchange hacked, goes down for a week

Malware was included in hidden files throughout the site.

FPU remembers September 11th

FPU remembers September 11th

“It was a really nice way for us to remember the lives lost during the attacks, both of the innocent civilians and the first responders.”

Promoting sexual assault awareness one T-shirt at a time.

Promoting sexual assault awareness one T-shirt at a time.

Clothesline Project allows students to express feelings on sexual assault.

Newsbrief: Aid worker released after 3 years of detainment

Newsbrief: Aid worker released after 3 years of detainment

The aid worker, Aya Hijazi was arrested with her husband and several others while working for the Beladi Foundation, a nonprofit organization. The couple was accused of abusing children who were in their care. These charges carried potential sentences of five years of hard labor to life in jail.

Exotic animals take over FPU

Exotic animals take over FPU

“It’s not every day you get to see a goat,” said senior Colleen Kelly.

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Music electives expand individuality

“We could find a role for anybody, even if someone is just playing cow bells,” said Bunk.