Today: May 29, 2024

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Student crochet roses and hearts

Solé Scott- Features Editor Ever wanted to learn how to crochet? Well, look no further than attending a session at the Makerspace.  The Makerspace in the lower level of Hilton C. Buley

Owls Decide: favorite dad joke

Lexi White- General Reporter “What did the horse say after it tripped? I’ve fallen, and I can’t giddyup.” -Exercise science major Avery Watts, a sophomore  “Have you ever tried archery blindfolded? You don’t

Owls Decide: Favorite cereal

Lexi White- General Reporter “My favorite cereal would have to be lucky charms just due to the sweetness of the milk afterwards.” -social work major Alexandria Louis-Charles, a freshman “My favorite cereal is

OCPD hosts leadership luncheon

Jack Abbot- General Reporter The Office of Career and Professional Development hosted a luncheon on March 26 to discuss branding and career resources on campus.  The main speaker for the event was

Students enjoy Hello Kitty themed event

Lexi White- General Reporter For Gen Z, participating in reminiscent activities is considered normal. Current college students love to engage in games that they used to play or watch their favorite shows

ProCon celebrates St. Patrick’s Day

Lexi White- General Reporter Are you feeling lucky? Those who did attended ProCon’s Saint Patrick’s Day-themed event. They had four games that students could play, and if they won, they got to

Zeta Phi Beta hosts Zumba night

Jack Abbot- General Reporter The Psi Omicron Chapter of Zeta Phi Beta hosted a Zumba event on Wednesday, March 20 to help encourage social justice and health in mind, body and spirit. 

Humans of SCSU- Terese Gemme

Chris Parkin- Contributor Music is in her blood. That is why nothing has been able to stop the university’s Choir Director Terese Gemme from sharing the music with the world.  “My father

Owls Decide- Spring break plans

Lexi White- General Reporter “I am going to be getting a lot of projects done since we have a couple shows in April.” -Art major Daniel Rosario, a senior  “I have no