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Southern Hosts a Conversation Surrounding Trans Related Issues


Ellie Sherry — Reporter  As more and more deaths of trans people occur, Southern decided to hold a round table about problems and solutions surrounding transgender issues. The event was run by a member of the NAACP on campus, Jamil Harp a senior communications major. He would ask prompting questions, and the group would respond with their thoughts and it would

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Folio Social Justice Night


Ellie Sherry — Reporter  As November continues, so does social justice month at Southern. In following with the month’s theme, Folio hosted a Social Justice reading night. The first person to speak at Social Justice night was Spanish major Gabriela Vázquez, a senior, who started her painting in January 2019. Her talent took off quickly, and she began to sell

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Ethnic history of New Haven exhibit reveals immigration roots


Sofia Rositani — Reporter Immigration has been extensively discussed during Social Justice Month, from Sonia Nazaro speaking out about child immigrants in Mexico to the Voices of Immigration panel, which is involved with the “Ethnic History of New Haven: Pre-1638 to 2000 and Beyond” at Buley Library. The exhibit tells the history of New Haven and the immigrants who came

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Men’s basketball opens at home with blowout win


Hunter O. Lyle — Sports Editor In the team’s first game at Moore Field House this season, the men’s basketball team dominated Concordia College, winning 110-77 in a game that saw stand-out performances from some of the team’s new faces. Before the team’s home opener, the Owls played four games away from home, splitting the difference and finding themselves with a 2-2

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Veterans panel discusses the negative effects of ignoring mental health


Jacob Waring — Online Editor Renne Bennett’s son, Taekyung, was playing with his rubber motorcycle, making “vroom-vroom” sounds up and down William Muhl’s left arm during the “From Boots to Books” Veteran Panels. Muhl, a communication major, said that Taekyung being there helped show that veterans are more than just veterans but are people with families as well. “Usually you think you

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Student government drafts resolution to change language requirement


Izzy Manzo — Photo Editor The Student Government Association made plans to distribute money for study abroad programs and continue advocating for changes to the world language requirement as discussed during their weekly meeting on Nov. 15. The Office of International Studies is allocated $15,000 by SGA every year, something which is decided on when the budget gets approved each

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