Category Archives: Unsung Hero

Unsung hero: T. Wiley Carr

Jeff Lamson – General Assignment Reporter It was never his plan to teach, but now T. Wiley Carr has been at Southern since 1992 teaching students the arts of painting and printmaking. Carr received his bachelors of fine arts from Indiana University. He then proceeded to get his masters from Yale in 1987.  At Yale, he taught color and color

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Unsung Hero Megan Rudne Hoffecker

Jeff Lamson – General Assignment Reporter Megan Rudne Hoffecker, assistant director of academic advising in the First-Year Experience Program, has deep roots in being involved at Southern since her experience here as an undergraduate student. As an undergraduate, Hoffecker had been a resident advisor at both Hickerson Hall and North Campus Townhouses for a total of three years. There, while

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Unsung Hero: Vanessa Brown

Jenna Stepleman – General Assignment Reporter Southern’s staff is large. That means that there are some people who go unnoticed in the crowd, as their jobs could be considered everyday positions we usually do not pay attention to. However, they are vital to allowing Southern’s campus to work smoothly. Vanessa Brown, a resident of New Haven, has been working at

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Unsung Hero: Earnest Arroyo

Melissa Nunez – Opinions and Features Editor  In the bustling cafeteria at Conn Hall, hungry students line up between their classes to fuel up for the day—behind the counter is Executive Chef, Earnest Arroyo, who oversees food service operations. Arroyo began working at Southern in November 2016. Since then, he has established gluten-free, vegan and vegetarian stations at Conn Hall.

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Humans of SCSU: Anna Plasky

Melissa Nunez –  Opinions and Features Editor A keen third grade girl comes to Southern with her older sister and sits with a DVD player watching movies, her sister listens to her professor lecture her education class. The next day the third grade girl goes to school eagerly bragging to her friends about her day as a college student. Anna Plasky,

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