Category Archives: Online Exclusive

Damaged transformer sparks campus wide power outage


Jessica Guerrucci — Managing Editor Tamonda Griffiths — Editor-in-Chief At approximately 3:30 p.m. much of the university was left without power. According to a campus wide statement sent out by the Patrick Dilger, director of Integrated Communications & Marketing, the outage was “apparently due to a transformer issue at the intersection of Fitch and Wintergreen.” “The original cause was not us,

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Moped rider struck in a three-vehicle collision


Jacob Waring — Online Editor  Amanda Cavoto — Arts and Entertainment Editor A three-vehicle collision occurred at the intersection of Pine Rock Avenue and Fitch Street intersection on the afternoon of Sept. 17 at approximately 5 p.m. Marketing major, Michael Formica, a junior, was one of the students who witnessed the accident. “I was walking back from the library, and

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Students audition for Pippin


Jackson LaMar — Contributor Southern’s theater department began this years’ journey on Aug. 27 and 28 with auditions for the upcoming musical, Pippin, a show that is not foreign to the director. Larry Nye is the director and choreographer for year’s Pippin, and is in those positions for his second time at Southern’s theater department. This will also be Nye’s

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Campus wide power outage delays final exams


Essence Boyd – News Editor Tamonda Griffiths – Editor-in-Chief A campus wide power outage has postponed finals and shut down the university for the remainder of the afternoon. According to a campus alert email, United Illuminating Co. reported that the cause of the university power outage was the result of “a power station going offline.” The power outage also extended to other parts of New Haven and Hamden, according to the email statement. Due

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Staff member arraigned for sexual assault


Victoria Bresnahan—News Editor & August Pelliccio—Photo Editor Assistant Director of Residence Life, and alumnus, Mark Parrott was arraigned yesterday for two counts of sexual assault in the fourth degree and two counts of second degree unlawful restraint. According to the arrest affidavit, the incident began at about 7 p.m. on April 4, after the Graduate Open House. After the event, court

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Student with Intellectual Needs: Southern Experience


Haroon Chaudhry—Contributor Millions of people around the world have intellectual disabilities, many of whom are born with it, while others become disabled intellectually during their lifetimes due to accident, infirmity, age and disease. Nobody wishes to be born with the disability, everybody wants to be born healthy. But humans have little control over this even with advances in diagnostic technologies

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Holocaust Exhibition


August Pelliccio—Photo Editor In memory of the thousands of individuals killed after their capture and entrapment in the Terezin concentration camp, a collection of artwork and literature reflecting on the Holocaust will remain in Hilton C. Buley Library for the month of April. David Pettigrew, a Judaic studies professor and co-curator of the Holocaust Remembrance Exhibition, said, at the exhibit’s

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