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Planetarium reopens

Sofia Rositani – Editor-in-Chief The Planetarium at Morrill has been reopened after 15 years of being closed.   “In about 2019, the neuroscience department contacted the physics department and we sort of began a collaboration at that time, where physics professors would teach the astronomy course that is offered within that science and as a result of that we’ve wound up

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Students write letters to senators at event

Sarah Shelton – Photo Editor Students started discussing their university experiences with senators on Feb. 14 in an effort to save higher-education funding.  “I am worried about the lack of funding and lack of resources in the university,” psychology major Tobe Nwajagu, a senior, said.  The “Pizza and Pens” event to “get that funding” had the slogan “Dear Senator, We

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Spike Lee is coming to SCSU

Destene Savariau – News Writer As part of the Mary and Louis Fusco Distinguished Lecture, Academy Award-winning film director, producer, writer, and actor Spike Lee is coming to the university to speak about his new book “That’s My Story & I’m Sticking to It: An Evening with Spike Lee.”  Since 1999, the Mary and Louis Fusco Distinguished Lectures have been

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Plans for the next five years

Destene Savariau – News Writer After interviewing for a presidency position at Stockton University, President Joe Bertolino felt it imperative that the university begin to plan for the next three to five years. Especially with a potential transition in leadership.  The Strategic Action Planning Kickoff Forums were an open floor meeting for faculty, staff, and students to attend. Bertolino and

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Diversity in the University’s Faculty 

Destene Savariau – News Writer Hailey Roy– Contributor Jackson Volenec – Contributor Co-President of the Black Student Union, Mya Yorke, has been a student for four years and has never had a professor of color. Although the university is considered a ‘social justice university,’ Yorke said she does not feel adequately represented.   “It feels as if Southern is only an ‘ally’

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