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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

New plans announced for SGA

09/08/2010 By: Stephanie Paulino News Writer For the Student Government Association, a new school year brings initiatives for greater student involvement, as well as the opportunity to be a stronger resource for

New addition of rare Doctorate program

08/30/2010 By: Sean Menaghan General Assignment Reporter With Southern’s nursing program already well established, the school might soon introduce a new Educational Doctorate that will make it a leader in the state,

Relay For Life walks for cancer

05/11/2010 By: Stephanie Paulino Staff Writer Southern student Jim Zarifis said he remembers being an “awesome” baseball player at the time of his cancer diagnosis in 2002, as he addressed fellow survivors

Norton leaving

05/11/2010 By: Makayla Silva General Assignment Reporter The policy changes in the Connecticut State University System Office, allowing for the non-continuation of SCSU President Cheryl Norton, turned out to be the most

Senior Owls prepare to fly out

05/11/2010 By: Ashley Chin Staff Writer For seniors, graduation is only a couple weeks away. Once again, Southern Connecticut State University will hand over hard-earned degrees to its 2010 graduating class and

In employment, it’s about time

05/04/2010 By: Sean Meenaghan Staff Writer Time is of the essence when sitting down with a prospective employer for the first time. According to Geraldine F. Prince, coordinator of employer recruitment programs

Pushing limits for youth rights

05/04/2010 By: Kaitlyn Naples General Assignment Reporter After viewing the documentary “Pushed” last Tuesday, sophomore education major Amanda Devellis said she was shocked by what she saw. “Schools should be pushing students

Recognizing transgender issues and awareness

05/04/2010 By: Mark McCurley News Writer In an effort to spread awareness and show diversity in a campus community, members of the Sexual and Gender Equality Center set up “Making the Switch,”