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Makenzie Helms talks about her basketball journey

Dillon Flanigan- Sports Editor In a basketball career spanning so much adversity and uncertainty, from the Connecticut shoreline to the cornfields of Nebraska and back, Makenzie Helms, a graduate, has climbed mountains,

Opinion: Reviewing Superbowl LVIII

Solé Scott- Features Editor San Fransisco 49ers and Kansas City Chiefs faced off to win the prestigious trophy. This was the eighth time the 49ers advanced to the Superbowl and the Chiefs’

Women’s swim and dive win NE10 Championship

Avery Martin- Contributor The women’s swim and dive team won their fourth straigh NE10 Championship on Feb. 18.   They recorded a score of 1061.5, finishing ahead of Bentley University, which had 756.5.

Strap on the belt Rodgers, you earned it

Pete Paguaga, Sports Editor- What else could you, as a fan, have asked for from this game?  A one-possession game with less than two minutes left.  Big Ben Roethlisberger, who had already

What to do, where to view

Andrew Frosceno, Special to the Southern News- It’s the biggest week of the year. No it’s not Christmas, Thanksgiving or the Fourth of July, its Super Bowl week. Southern students, both residents

SCSU Swimming finishes strong

Matthew Borelli, Special to the Southern News- The 2010-2011 swimming and diving season has gone just as it always does for Southern Connecticut State University, successful. “So far, so good,” said junior

Mets fans in for another long summer

Pat Longobardi, Sports Writer- When the clock struck midnight on Jan. 1, Mets fans knew the year of a new regime was officially in place. Moves included a new manager in Terry

Ice Owls continue to score at record pace

Pete Paguaga, Sports Editor- In their first home game since their three-goal collapse against Farmingdale State University last week, the Ice Owls came out swinging, and the University at Albany was their

Ice Owls vs Farmingdale

Pete Paguaga Sports Editor With a shot at moving up in the conference standings and a chance to move into a spot for an automatic qualifying bid to nationals, all Southern had

Concussion Consequences

James Steele Sidney Crosby, Aaron Rodgers and Troy Aikman have many things in common. They’ve all found enormous amounts of success in their respective professional sports almost immediately upon entering the professional