Partnership between colleges provides pathway to Counterterrorism Master’s

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📷 Lorraine U. Martinelle photo: Nichols College President Susan West Engelkemeyer and Worcester State University President Barry Maloney signed a partnership agreement on Tuesday. The pact focuses on expediting the earning of a master’s degree in counterterrorism. Grad students to benefit from expedited program By Lorraine U. Martinelle Special to The […]

Nichols, Worcester State to Announce 4+1 Counterterrorism Master’s Program

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DUDLEY — Nichols College President Susan West Engelkemeyer will join Worcester State University President Barry M. Maloney next week to announce a Worcester State-to-Nichols College 4 + 1 program that will enable Worcester State criminal justice majors who wish to pursue a master’s degree in counterterrorism to do so in five […]

James L. Griffin, 69

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LEICESTER — James L. Griffin, 69, passed away in his home on Monday, July 30, surrounded by his favorite people, after an unexpected battle with Melanoma Cancer. He adored his wife of 46 years, Ellen M. (Walsh) Griffin, his daughter Heather J. Whitcomb and her husband Scott Whitcomb and their […]

Throwback Thursday: “A long and useful life closed”

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From time to time, The Citizen Chronicle delves into local archives and reprints news of note. Today we share a story from this date 120 years ago — August 2, 1898 — as The Southbridge Journal wrote of the passing of Sylvester Dresser, a prominent resident of the town. The […]

College Professor, U.S. District Court Judge Weigh In On Immigration

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Neagle: U.S. celebrates immigrant past, rejects present By Sarah Champagne & Shaun Moriarty Citizen Chronicle Writers editor@TheCitizenChronicle.com Not unlike the recent weather locally, the immigration debate has reached a sweltering point nationally. Recently, that debate was commented on by a local college professor as well as a United States District […]