Category Archives: Feature Story

New police cruisers make grand entrance


Lexi Scicchitano – General Assignment Reporter Southern police department is introducing updated cruisers to campus, said Joseph Dooley, Chief of Southern police. “We are currently in the process of setting up the vehicles and transitioning the old out and bringing in the new,” said Dooley. According to Dooley, of the six marked vehicles in the fleet, five were due for

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Signs point students nowhere


Lexi Scicchitano – General Assignment Reporter With buildings coming and going over  the years on campus, Vice President of Facilities Operation Robert Sheeley said his staff has realized signs around campus are out of date. “We recognized last year we need new signs,” said Sheeley. Katelyn Fillion, a freshman, history major, said that since she is a commuter, it is hard

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Jesus Piece exceeds expectations on “Only Self”


Cesar Gonzalez – Contributor “Only Self,” by Jesus Piece of Philadelphia might just be the most devastating hardcore record of 2018. Something that many hardcore bands are guilty of, is hit-or-miss on their first full-length efforts and not understanding that a record is so much more than just a collection of songs. Granted, if the songs are written well, then the

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Start the semester off strong


Hunter Lyle – General Assignment Reporter With a new semester starting, students at Southern Connecticut State University said they are already putting themselves on the path to success. Director of Academic and Career Advising Frank LaDore said he is focused on helping to motivate students and giving them a kick-start at the beginning of the semester. LaDore said beginning a semester strong is particularly important. “The first few

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Bikes and scooters allow campus mobility


Jenna Stepleman –  Photographer Biking is simply less expensive than a car, said Quavon Lyons as he unlocked his bike parked in front of Engleman hall. Lyons, a sophomore social work major with a minor in psychology, lives in New Haven and bikes to Southern’s campus daily. “I live about a 15 minute bike ride away,” said Lyons, “I recommend it, but it isn’t always the easiest.” According to Southern’s official

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