Category Archives: News

College Democrats on Midterm Elections


Ali Fernand – Features Editor   This year’s midterms were full of toss-up races and controversial decisions. Early voting, abortion rights and LGBTQ+ rights were all issues on voters’ minds at the polls.   Election Day was Tuesday, Nov. 8, marking the halfway point in President Joe Biden’s term.  “There’s a Democrat president in office, so Republicans will do better

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Student tuition Increases


Destene Savariau – News Editor Starting Fall 2023, tuition will rise $12,847 in total. After a Connecticut State College & Universities Board of Regents for Higher Education meeting on Oct. 12, the Finance and Infrastructure Committee decided to raise university tuition by an average of 3%. This means students will have to pay an average of $367 more per semester. 

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New Arts and Culture minor


Sarah Shelton – Photo Editor  With the university constantly evolving, there is now a new minor for students interested in art administration.  “Studying the arts and humanities at Southern gives you the unique advantage of the cultural richness of New Haven, a city with some of the nation’s leading organizations in the visual and performing arts, cultural heritage and preservation, and

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Social media and news


Sitting in a quiet conference room at the Michael J. Adanti Student Center, Fihayya Plair a graduate student scrolls through YouTube to get her news intake for the day.   “There is so much up there,” said Plair. “It gives me some international stuff too, and I just pick whatever I want to hear or listen to.”  Plair is among a younger generation

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