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Moving beyond the dreaded two-year mark

 SAMANTHA MCKELVIE — Staff Writer The two-year mark: a relationship death sentence or a test of real love? According to most testimonials I’ve heard, the two-year mark in a relationship is when

Food review: Mighty Donuts

Brianna Wallen- News Editor New Haven is already well known for its well-crafted pizza. However, the city also has undercover gems that satisfy a sweet tooth. One of these sweet shops is

Pop artist PinkPantheress releases debut album

Ali Fernand – Managing Editor Emerging pop star PinkPantheress has released her anticipated debut album “Heaven Knows.” PinkPantheress has gained attention for her use of 2000s aesthetics and lo-fi style. Her songs

Students voice opinions on textbook

Brandon Cortés – General Reporter Textbooks are often the most important school material for university students. However, doubt and uncertainty are present about whether, in this digital age, they are still useful. 

Opinion: NBA launches new format

Jaylen Carr – Editor-in-Chief It’s the inaugural season of the National Basketball Association, NBA “In-Season Tournament”, where the league breaks teams up into groups or mini divisions to compete with each other.  

Campus parking causes trouble for students

Jaylen Carr – Editor-in-Chief This semester, I have noticed new facilities open, new hours for the Adanti Student Center, and a new interim president in charge. Still, the university has yet to

New students join Owl’s community

Jaylen Carr- Editor-in-Cheif Jay’Mi Vazquez- News Editor The incoming first-year and new transfer students did not let the grey clouds and passing showers stop them from being eager to step onto campus

My experience: Goodbye Southern News

Sofia Rositani – Editor-in-Chief “Yeah, the past was honestly the best. But my best is what comes next,” sang BTS in their song “Yet to Come.”   It is finally here, my last

Free menstrual products – OPINION

For all of history, menstruation has been a taboo topic. Apparently here at Southern Connecticut State University, it still is. My name is Jae’La Rivera. For the past seven months, I have