Category Archives: Arts & Entertainment

Pokémon Masters mobile game review

Jacob Waring — Online Editor The Pokémon Company has released a new app called “Pokémon Masters,” a mobile game for both iOS and Android phones.  Right off the bat, the game is absolutely nothing like the main games such as “Pokémon Red”, nor is it similar to “Pokémon Go”. Players are not catching these fantastic creatures, but collecting famed trainers, gym leaders and

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SiR’s “Chasing Summer” captures the season

Essence Boyd — News Editor Singer, songwriter and record producer Sir Darryl Francis, better known as “SiR,” debuted his second official album “Chasing Summer” on Aug. 30, and it is definitely a mood. The 14-track album is not chasing anything as it places you back into those steamy summer days and unforgettable summer nights. The album includes features from artists

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Involvement fair encourages inclusion

Nina Bartlomiejczyk — Copy Editor Owls both old and new flocked to the Academic Quad for the Involvement Fair on Wednesday, Sept. 4, where most of Southern’s clubs and organizations had set up tables showcasing what their group consisted of. The event brought prospective members together with the e-boards of these groups to get to know each other. Tables were set up

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Southern dormitories host paint splatter party

Jessica Guerrucci — Managing Editor Students had the chance to add some color to their semester, meet new people, destress and make new friends, all while splattering paint onto canvases. As a part of Southern’s Week of Welcome, Chase, Wilkinson, and Farnham Hall teamed up on Aug. 29 to hold a paint splatter party, during which students were given canvases

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DIY skin and hair self-care

Essence Boyd — News Editor Students were encouraged to begin the new semester with a fresh start and some fresh ingredients with Curlfriendz in the Adanti Student Center. On August 27 Curlfriendz held their first event of the semester. The organization, which is going on its second year, was created to promote, encourage and embrace natural hair while addressing the stigmas surrounding it. The

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Songs of the summer offer nostaglia and empowerment

Amanda Cavoto — Arts & Entertainment Editor Music has an interesting way of leaving a mental watermark on each of the four seasons here in Connecticut. Songs seem to have a lasting impact that can transport people to the time period in which they first heard it. Let us take a look at the songs that will be a staple to the

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