Some of the many treats you can enjoy at Chocolat Maya.

Chocolat Maya brings dessert bar to the neighborhood

Josh Falcone - General Assignment Reporter Downtown New Haven has had many spectacular restaurants and bars for Southern students to enjoy, but it hasn’t had anything like Chocolat Maya, located on High Street. Chocolat Maya is a dessert bar that offers patrons a wide selection of sweet eats and delicious drinks. It is located in the […]

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Shuttles at SCSU need to step up their game

Meghan Robitaille - Special to the Southern News We’ve all been there, waiting in the frigid cold just to be sure to get your seat on the Southern shuttle. There have been below freezing days where I have stood outside in the cold with many of my other fellow classmates at 12:30 waiting for a 1:00 […]

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New Haven food vendors cause a crowd

Michelle Hennessy - News Writer  The line stretched down the hall on the third floor of the Student Center as students waited to get tasters from their favorite restaurants, as ProConn hosted A Taste of New Haven in the Ballroom last week. “We have new ideas every year, we try new things all the time,” said […]

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Biology professor stumbles upon buried treasure

Carl Castro - Special to the Southern News Dust covered boxes and cabinets found in an old laboratory in Jennings Hall contained numerous skulls and skins that once were part of living animals. But Miranda Dunbar, biology professor at Southern, said it was more like finding buried treasure. “Immediately I called dibs on all of this […]

Women's lacrosse shoveling the turf at Jess Dow Field

Women’s lax ignored, while other fields get plowed

Bobby Martinez – Sports Writer NEW HAVEN — With the snow covering Jess Dow field, Southern Connecticut women’s lacrosse team were not given additional help from the athletic department to clear the playing field for practice. “It’s frustrating,” said senior Erica Martino, “because there’s so much you can do at the gym as far as […]


Derek Jeter makes the decision to retire

Melanie Sabol - Copy Editor Derek Jeter’s story began in 1992 when the New York Yankees first drafted him straight out of high school. Jeter made his first major league debut in 1995 and was soon starting in 1996 as the Yankees starting shortstop. That very same year, Jeter won the Rookie of the Year Award […]

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First ever OwlTHON on Southern’s campus

Aaron Johnson – General Assignment Reporter For the first time ever Greek Life hosted OWL-thon this past Friday night in the Michael J. Adanti Student Center. The event raised over $5,500 for the Yale-New Haven Children Hospital. “It’s great. Really great,” said Derek Emerick, the president of Greek Life. “A lot bigger of a turn […]

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Album review: ‘AM’ – Arctic Monkeys

Kelsey Mix - Online Editor/Copy Editor The Arctic Monkeys are an indie rock group from England that have been around since 2002, but recently their new album ‘AM’ has been circulating around the Internet and the “fan girl” game is strong. ‘AM’ was released in Sept. of 2013 and is still just as popular months later. […]


Crisis in Ukraine catches Southern Community attention

Crisis in Ukraine catches Southern Community attention

Michelle Hennessy – News Writer      Southern held a discussion panel about the problems in Ukraine last week, focusing on what has happened and what’s next for the country. News anchor Chris Verlardi moderated the event, with Southern professors and Matthew Schmidt from the University of New Haven leading the discussion.      Chairman of Southern’s […]


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