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Ethnic history of New Haven exhibit reveals immigration roots


Sofia Rositani — Reporter Immigration has been extensively discussed during Social Justice Month, from Sonia Nazaro speaking out about child immigrants in Mexico to the Voices of Immigration panel, which is involved with the “Ethnic History of New Haven: Pre-1638 to 2000 and Beyond” at Buley Library. The exhibit tells the history of New Haven and the immigrants who came

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Veterans panel discusses the negative effects of ignoring mental health


Jacob Waring — Online Editor Renne Bennett’s son, Taekyung, was playing with his rubber motorcycle, making “vroom-vroom” sounds up and down William Muhl’s left arm during the “From Boots to Books” Veteran Panels. Muhl, a communication major, said that Taekyung being there helped show that veterans are more than just veterans but are people with families as well. “Usually you think you

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Student government drafts resolution to change language requirement


Izzy Manzo — Photo Editor The Student Government Association made plans to distribute money for study abroad programs and continue advocating for changes to the world language requirement as discussed during their weekly meeting on Nov. 15. The Office of International Studies is allocated $15,000 by SGA every year, something which is decided on when the budget gets approved each

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New Health and Human Services Building will come to life in 2021


Jessica Guerrucci — Managing Editor As part of the master plan, the Health and Human Services building will come to life in 2021. It is a building that Dean of the College of Health and Human Services Sandra Bulmer said will be “transformational” for the university in the years to come. “I am really excited,” said Bulmer. “I’ve been living and

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Search begins to fill new leadership position


Jacob Waring — Online Editor  Southern has begun a search for Vice President for Diversity, Equity and Inclusion and held a forum that enabled students to give their input, pose questions and become part of the process that will eventually find the person to fulfill the role. This new senior leadership position will report to the president of the university and

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Nazario shares her story


Pulitzer Prize winning journalist Sonia Nazario speaks in Adanti Student Center Jesse Mullen — Contributor The harsh realities of immigration were presented with a conversation surrounding children who are forced to travel atop trains to avoid border officials with the reality being that they are often sexually abused, murdered or mutilated along the way. This was the story that Pulitzer

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