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Master class engages students with challenging choreography

Joe Bulwidas — Contributor The SCSU Dance Team hosted its first master class. The class, focusing on street jazz, was taught by Daniel Ramos. “My goal for this class was to just bring a really different style of dancing to the dance team,” said Ramos. “I just wanted to bring more of a different stylized kind of jazz and challenge them

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Sigma Gamma Rho inspires painting with trap music

Hunter O. Lyle — Sports Editor Rushing more chairs into the room, while welcoming newcomers in, the members of Sigma Gamma Rho were unaware of the number of students that would come to their annual social mixer, Trap and Paint. In lieu of an official rushing event, where sororities try to advertise their group and draw in and recruit students,

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Buzz-A-Thon collects funds from fresh haircuts

Ellie Sherry — Reporter Southern’s Alpha Sigma Alpha chapter had their tenth anniversary Buzz-AThon event to raise money for their charity, Camp Rising Sun. Camp Rising Sun is a camp for children aged five to 17-years-old undergoing cancer treatment or are in remission. Yearly donations form groups like Alpha Sigma Alpha those children to attend free of charge. The Sigmas charged

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SISTAS works to empower students

Deyanira Jacome—  Contributor With welcoming smiles and ice breakers, Sisters in School Together Achieving Success pick a topic each week and have open discussions with their members about it during their meetings. They described themselves as the older sisters of Southern and are willing to contribute their knowledge to anyone that needs their help. Although their audience was mainly first-year

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Daring JPEGMAFIA album pays off

Jackson Volenec — Reporter Despite JPEGMAFIA’s long career making music, with some projects dating back to 2007, his most recent record, “Veteran” that came out last year, put him on the map. “Veteran” had large success in the underground hip-hop scene and the Internet, with many praising it as one of their favorite albums of 2018. It’s It is not

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TKE members get painted to end childhood cancer

Jackson Volenec — Reporter Students in the Tau Kappa Fraternity held an open fundraiser on the academic quad on Tuesday, Sept. 17 for St. Jude Hospital, where they could throw paint-filled balloons at other students. For $1, students were given these balloons and could throw it them at designated members of the fundraiser. This event is one of many smaller

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