Author Archives: Southern News

President Joe addresses the university

Tyler Fisher – Contributor Five is the magic number. Tuesday’s state of the university address established new ground and broke the old with it. “We must focus on the future. We must accept where we are and say, ‘what’s next?’, ” said University President Joe Bertolino. Several key issues were addressed during Bertolino’s speech, so many in fact that the

Read more

Mens soccer shuts out UNH

Christian Dunn – Contributor Following a road loss to Adelphi University and a postponement, the Owls returned home for their first game action in eight days, taking on city rivals, University of New Haven Chargers, following a three-game losing streak.   The Chargers pressured offensively for much of the first half, possessing the ball for 61% of it, and saw their first scoring opportunity only three

Read more

Vollyball scores 10th home victory

Morgan Douglas – Sports Editor Volleyball split their two home games this past Sunday. The Owls dropped their early game against the American International College Yellow Jackets and defeated the Wilmington University Wildcats.  Sunday’s defeat in three straight sets marked the second time the Owls lost to AIC this year, and only the second time the team has lost at home in Pelz Gym on the season, where they are at 10-2.  They were able to bounce

Read more

No. 3 team in country ruins field hockey senior day

Morgan Douglas – Sports Editor Field Hockey ran into the buzzsaw known as the Assumption University Greyhounds this past Saturday at Jess Dow Field on senior day.  The Owls lost 8-0 to an Assumption team which is currently first in the NE-10 Conference and ranked third in the country for Division II.  Saturday’s victory marked 10 in a row for the Greyhounds, a team who has not lost

Read more

Celebrating native lineage

Danielle Campbell – Copy Editor The story given to me about my family was my great-grandfather moved to Connecticut for a better life than the one he had on a Native American reservation. Which one? I am not sure. I know my grandfather’s lineage is Black, White and Native American. I was told his father wanted better for his children than the life

Read more
« Older Entries