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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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New Marvin Gaye tracks draw a parallel between yesterday and today


August Pelliccio—Photo Editor Not often does such an iconic artist have an entire posthumous album published, but Marvin Gaye’s “You’re the Man” sounds as appropriate today as ever. Though the tracks on the album were recorded in the early 1970s, all but two have been unreleased until now. The album is eclectic in message, varying from love songs to political

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Students treated for smoke inhalation after early morning fire


Victoria Bresnahan—News Editor & Hunter O. Lyle—Sports Editor Due to a fire that occurred in a West Campus Residence Complex suite, three students were treated at the scene for smoke inhalation early this morning. University Police and New Haven Fire Department responded to the fire alarm at 2 a.m. and found that the sprinkler system had already extinguished the flames by

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University police shared detection data with ICE


Victoria Bresnahan, News Editor & Tamonda Griffiths, News Writer The university Police Department has been linked to providing license plate recognition data to the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement through a cloud-based online database. Patrick Dilger, director of Integrated Communications & Marketing, said, in a telephone interview, the university disabled the sharing function of the database, Vigilant Solutions, once the

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Convenience of Delivery apps make life easier for students


J’Mari Hughes—Reporter Pizza and Chinese food are no longer the only restaurants delivering to people’s doorsteps, as Uber began its own food delivery service in 2014 known as Uber Eats. Mobile apps such as Grubhub and Door Dash have also been delivering to homes, jobs, and college dorms on campuses like Southern’s. “I get hungry at night sometimes and we

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Men’s basketball survives first round of playoffs


Hunter O. Lyle—Sports Editor In their second consecutive year hosting the first round of the playoffs, Southern snuck past Stonehill College with a big effort from senior guard Kealan Ives. Coming in as the fourth seed (12-8 in NE10) in the Southwest Division, the Owls took on the fifth seed in the Northeast Division, Stonehill (8-13 in NE10), who they

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