Today: May 29, 2024


Haunted roads of Connecticut

Dylan Haviland – Special to The Southern News  Now that it’s October, SCSU students prepare themselves as “The Walking Dead” and Stephen King movie marathons consume their daily schedule.  For those that want the

New England facing unseasonably cold spring

Melissa Nunez – General Assignment Reporter To the north, temperatures are quite cold, while in the south temperatures are a bit warmer, and whether or not Connecticut experiences a warmer or cooler spring season

Standardized testing: the debate continues

Katherine G. Krajcik – Special to the Southern News  Cram, memorize, regurgitate and then forget. This learning method is unfortunately becoming more common as teaching methods dwindle, assessment methods narrow in scope, and

Connecticut proposes tax on soft drinks

Derek Torrellas – Photo Editor  A bill working its way through the Connecticut General Assembly targets consumer choices – soft drinks, specifically. The soda tax, as it is informally called, is an

Students petition against tuition increase

Aaron Berkowitz & Hannah Spreckley – News Writer and Editor-in-Chief  Taking out yet another loan to pay for school is a prospect that Diane Lazarus, junior journalism major, has tried to avoid

Snow days impact students’ school schedules

Natalie Barletta – Opinions Editor  Getting a cancellation email from Patrick Dilger has become a regular occurrence lately at Southern Connecticut State University. Although students have enjoyed the extra downtime to get

Struggles of spring semester

Jene Thomas – General Assignment Reporter  Welcome back. Winter Break is over. Classes are back in session. Everyone is readjusting to life in the dorms or the traffic that accompanies commutes. Dunkin
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