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  • Owen Ferrell, a first year Engineering student at MWCC, has been juggling for three years; a hobby he says was introduced to him by his father. His father taught it […]

    Owen Ferrell

    Owen Ferrell, a first year Engineering student at MWCC, has been juggling for three years; a hobby he says was introduced to him by his father. His father taught it […]

  • Persistence, passion, and a supportive wife were the keys to how the business Shoot for Details was created. Josh Sweeny, a 28 year old from Leominster, is the founder and […]

    Josh Sweeny

    Persistence, passion, and a supportive wife were the keys to how the business Shoot for Details was created. Josh Sweeny, a 28 year old from Leominster, is the founder and […]

  • “Be strong and speak your truth.” This is the kind of advice offered to young women from Mount Wachusett Community College’s (MWCC) Health Service Coordinator, Diane M. King. After having […]

    Diane King

    “Be strong and speak your truth.” This is the kind of advice offered to young women from Mount Wachusett Community College’s (MWCC) Health Service Coordinator, Diane M. King. After having […]

  • BY Erin Leamy Take a stroll through Matthew Burns’ backyard, and you will come upon something rather unique. There, above the grass, sits a wooden boat. The catch? Burns built […]

    Where there is a will, there is a boat

    BY Erin Leamy Take a stroll through Matthew Burns’ backyard, and you will come upon something rather unique. There, above the grass, sits a wooden boat. The catch? Burns built […]

  • By Ali Christian Observer Correspondent Tis the season of facial hair. With our beloved Red Sox winning the World Series, baseball fans everywhere have let their beards grow with pride. […]

    The MOvember movement

    By Ali Christian Observer Correspondent Tis the season of facial hair. With our beloved Red Sox winning the World Series, baseball fans everywhere have let their beards grow with pride. […]

  • By Wendy Anderson Paul Pope from Holden is a 2nd year Language Arts Student (LAS) at Mount Wachusett Community College (MWCC). He enjoys adult contemporary and alternative genres, Billy Joel, […]

    Shuffle Star: Paul Pope

    By Wendy Anderson Paul Pope from Holden is a 2nd year Language Arts Student (LAS) at Mount Wachusett Community College (MWCC). He enjoys adult contemporary and alternative genres, Billy Joel, […]

  • By Anthony Cesolini Art is one of the oldest forms of expression. Tom Matsuda, a world famous sculptor and professor here at Mount Wachusett Community College (MWCC), weighs in on […]

    Art for everyone

    By Anthony Cesolini Art is one of the oldest forms of expression. Tom Matsuda, a world famous sculptor and professor here at Mount Wachusett Community College (MWCC), weighs in on […]

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  • Soccer may be the most popular sport in the world, but it’s never been considered that among Americans. Some people say it’s because we are better with hands-on sports, some […]

    Why Doesn’t America Like Soccer?

    Soccer may be the most popular sport in the world, but it’s never been considered that among Americans. Some people say it’s because we are better with hands-on sports, some […]

  • A recent survey about the drug Molly, a new party drug sweeping the nation that has been linked to numerous deaths among college students, was conducted at the MWCC Gardner […]

    Where’s Molly?

    A recent survey about the drug Molly, a new party drug sweeping the nation that has been linked to numerous deaths among college students, was conducted at the MWCC Gardner […]

  • College students seem to only function after a night of 10 page papers and alcohol by indulging themselves in coffee, and around The Mount that means Dunkin’s. To students, they […]

    Extra Large French Vanilla Iced Extra Extra: Students Run On Dunkins

    College students seem to only function after a night of 10 page papers and alcohol by indulging themselves in coffee, and around The Mount that means Dunkin’s. To students, they […]

  • By Matt Burns Nostalgia meets modern conveniences at the Hometown Diner in Rindge, NH. This diner is the real deal, a 1940’s gem that traveled all the way from Ottawa, […]

    Hometown Diner, A review

    By Matt Burns Nostalgia meets modern conveniences at the Hometown Diner in Rindge, NH. This diner is the real deal, a 1940’s gem that traveled all the way from Ottawa, […]

  • By Ali Christian Opinion Column For three years, I was an EKG (electrocardiogram) technician at Heywood Hospital. For one year, I was an Activities Assistant at Broadview Assisted Living, and […]

    Ink for hire

    By Ali Christian Opinion Column For three years, I was an EKG (electrocardiogram) technician at Heywood Hospital. For one year, I was an Activities Assistant at Broadview Assisted Living, and […]

  • By Erik Fisk Over the past couple of months, we’re reminded that our leaders are indeed human beings. Not the flawless titans who have descended down to earth from Mount […]

    Lacking Political Faith

    By Erik Fisk Over the past couple of months, we’re reminded that our leaders are indeed human beings. Not the flawless titans who have descended down to earth from Mount […]

  • By Naomi Kiarie In the aftermath of a tragedy like the shootings in Washington D.C. (or Aurora, Newtown, Columbine, etc.), our reactions all seem to be the same. We look […]

    Why Can’t We Stop These Shootings?

    By Naomi Kiarie In the aftermath of a tragedy like the shootings in Washington D.C. (or Aurora, Newtown, Columbine, etc.), our reactions all seem to be the same. We look […]

  • By Ben White In the little town of Orange, there is a small family-owned restaurant, sugar house, and gift shop known as Johnson’s Farm. It is one of those restaurants […]

    Johnson’s Farm Restaurant Review

    By Ben White In the little town of Orange, there is a small family-owned restaurant, sugar house, and gift shop known as Johnson’s Farm. It is one of those restaurants […]

  • By Ericka Pultorak At some point this past spring, I got it into my head that I wanted to climb Mt. Washington. Though I do not really know how it […]

    A Hiker’s How-To’s

    By Ericka Pultorak At some point this past spring, I got it into my head that I wanted to climb Mt. Washington. Though I do not really know how it […]