Category Archives: Humans of SCSU

Humans of SCSU: Samantha Gudis

Melissa Nunez – Opinions and Features Editor  Samantha Gudis, a freshman communications major, said she discovered her profound love for music as a young high schooler. She said music was an artform that took what she was feeling and turned it into something tangible and so it quickly became something she wanted to incorporate into her daily life. Gudis said

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Humans of SCSU: Ryan Meyer

Melissa Nuñez – Opinions and Features Editor When applying to Southern, Ryan Meyer, a senior English and media studies major, said what originally attracted him to the university was the combination of knowing people who graduated from the school and the prominence of their education program. After enrolling, Meyer said he would soon realize secondary education was not for him

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Humans of SCSU: Taylor Bird

Melissa Nuñez – Opinions and Features Editor     Taylor Bird, a senior dual communication disorders and French major said, before her start at Southern, she imagined her years in higher education somewhere far away. But she said when she arrived on campus at Accepted Students Day, the vibrant atmosphere was magnetic.     “Southern was not on my radar when I was applying

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SCSU Unsung Hero: Cathy Christie

Melissa Nuñez – Opinions and Features Editor     Cathy Christie, director of the Violence Prevention, Victim Advocacy and Support Center and coordinator of the Sexual Assault Resource team, started her Southern career in 1998 at VPAS. Christie said she always knew violence prevention work was imperative on college campuses and that work has become her life’s mission.     “If I didn’t do

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Humans of SCSU: ‘Try something, you might love it’

Max Bickley – General Assignment Reporter Behind the scenes of every play, show, and film, are countless of people working to make everything just right. The same can be said at Southern, and of those who work behind the scenes of Southern’s plays and musicals, none spend more times making sure the light hits right than sophomore Katie Brown. Katie Brown, a

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