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Southern News


Moving beyond the dreaded two-year mark

 SAMANTHA MCKELVIE — Staff Writer The two-year mark: a relationship death sentence or a test of real love? According to most testimonials I’ve heard, the two-year mark in a relationship is when

VPAS prepares to ‘Take Back the Night’

Lexi White- General Reporter Many universities lack support groups for victims of sexual or domestic violence. Fortunately, the home of the Owl’s has the Violence Prevention Victim Advocacy and Support center,  VPAS,

Women’s lacrosse defeats AIC

Dillon Flanigan- Sports Editor On April 10, the university welcomed the American International College Yellow Jackets of Springfield, Massachusetts down Interstate 91 sent them back with a 21-6 defeat.  “That’s a good

Softball defeats UNH in double header

Avery Martin- Contributor The Owls dominated the University of New Haven in a doubleheader at home on Wednesday, April 10.   Starting pitcher Jessica Perucki, a graduate, shut down New Haven in an

ProCon hosts ‘Commuter Picnic’

Christian Mansfield- Contributor On Monday, at 1 p.m., ProCon hosted a “Commuter Picnic” on the quad for commuters to enjoy festivity and fellowship. The event featured a visit from Ted’s Cheeseburger food

Students gather to watch solar eclipse

Brandon Cortés- News Writer The solar eclipse, a cosmic spectacle where the moon perfectly aligns with the sun, captivating audiences worldwide, often evokes a mix of wonder, curiosity and scientific fascination. Amongst

Free lunch provided for commuters

Lexi White- General Reporter Students were lined up all the way down the Adanti Student Center hallway to get a free lunch. Commuter Services provided free tacos, churros and beverages to all
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