Today: Jul 17, 2024

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

ProCon celebrates Plant Appreciation Day

Jack Abbot- General Reporter Students gathered in Farnham to receive potted plants for “Plant Appreciation Day.”  “Plant Appreciation Day” was an event hosted by the Programs Council, ProCon, to provide students with

Folio hosts open literary open mic

Jack Abbot- General Reporter Students gathered in the fireside lounge on April 12 to share their literary work in the monthly Folio open mic night  This event acts as an opportunity for

Sports Column: NCAA March Madness

Dillon Flanigan- Sports Editor The National Collegiate Athletic Association, NCAA, March Madness tournament is one of the most popular and exciting events in college basketball in the United States.  A single-elimination tournament

Women’s lacrosse falls to UNH

Avery Martin- Contributor The defeat shadowed a tough and rainy game at Jess Dow Field as the Owls fell 12-5 to their Elm City rivals the University of New Haven Chargers on

Commuter services offer support on campus

Solé Scott- Features Editor Out of 8,820 undergraduate and graduate students that attend the university, 1,958 students live on campus as of fall of 2023.  Students that decide not to live on