• Living in Connecticut is not ideal for everybody

    Hunter Lyle – Reporter  The state of Connecticut, while relatively small, offers a variety of landscapes and opportunities for living situations. From roaring hills and dense woodlands, to the busy and bustling city streets, some students say there is a place

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  • Student photographs trip to Amazon

    Victoria Bresnahan – News Editor  As a photo-documentarian, Brokk Tollefson, a senior, joined chemistry professor James Kearns on his fifth annual summer trip to Ecuador to record observations and analysis of the plants

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  • Custodial hiring freeze continues

    Jacob Waring –  Contributor Due to a two-year hiring freeze, facilities operations and custodial duties have been affected. “We had one all last year and we will have one all of this year,” said Mark Rozewski, vice president of finances and administration. “And

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  • Should the Oscar’s recognize blockbusters?

    Tyler Fisher – Contributor  2018 has been a big year for blockbuster movies. So far this year, movies like Black Panther and Avengers: Infinity War have taken over mainstream media, and in many ways

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  • Censorship and politics of musicians

    Michelle Shnayder – Contributor Music is a powerful and influential art form ever since the dawn of media, and there has been a debate about whether or not popular music should be censored, and if

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  • Just Dance! class makes working out fun

    Austin Elliot – Contributor A group of four students gathered in the aerobics room of the SCSU Fitness Center Thursday to participate in the second session of the new “Just Dance!”

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  • D’Amico making an impact in freshman year

    Hunter Lyle – Reporter At the start of the second half against Queens College, the Southern Connecticut State University Women’s Soccer Team was tied, 0-0. Freshman Kaitlyn D’Amico knew she was going to change

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  • Betts focused on senior campaign

    Matt Gad – Sports Writer Ashley Betts is one of just two seniors competing for the women’s cross country team this season, along with Alexandra Russo, and being in her fourth

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  • Soccer squeaks past Bentley

    Joe Freer – Reporter The men’s soccer team defeated Bentley Saturday afternoon with a final score of 2-1. The Owl’s first goal came from freshman Daniel Utgaard, following a deflected pass off to a

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  • Owls downed by New Haven in quest to Elm City Trophy

     Matt Gad – Sports Writer The Owls (1-2, 0-2 NE10) came into last Saturday’s matchup with New Haven (2-1, 2-0 NE10) having lost to Bentley at home, 24-22, last week despite

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