Category Archives: Features

Checking-In on the Owls

Trumayne Guy – Contributor The end of the semester is nearing closer and closer for  students, which is a relieving time for some while being stressful for others. Students’ mental health and well-being can be forgotten about in the midst of assignments and deadlines.  One term a student uses to describe her mental health is “burnt-out.” Kimberly Roig, a senior, is

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Dystopian drama ‘Civil’ receives sold out shows

Ali Fernand – Features Editor  The university’s theatre held their most recent production described as a “post-apocalyptic courtroom drama.” It took place on Nov. 17-19 with sold-out shows and a visit from the original writer.   “It’s been insane, the response from the public has been overwhelmingly positive,” said the director of “Civil,” Benjamin Curns.  The Kendall Drama Lab, where “Civil”

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Climbing Club gets students active on and off campus

Jaylen Carr – Sports Editor Inside a building with a teal sign that reads City Climb Gym, there are colorful rock-climbing walls, encouraging words from experienced members to newcomers, and smell sweat from the hardworking participants.   Hayden Rovelli, president of the Southern Connecticut Climbing Club, said the club had been around since 2012, took a hiatus in 2015, and was

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Future Star at Southern: Freshman Looks to Make it Big in Music

Trumayne Guy – Contributor This past August on Move-In Day, Christian Caruso, musically referred to as Kid Caruso, brought along his passion for music to the university.   “I actually have a set-up in my room with a mic, headphones and my laptop,” said the Wolcott, CT native. “I also brought my guitar. I like to work on music any time I

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