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New psychology course to focus on stereotyping and prejudice


Jessica Pellegrino – General Assignment Reporter The topics of stereotyping, prejudice and profiling pepper newspapers and newscasts every day. But what does it mean to stereotype? What is prejudice? Professor Jessica Suckle-Nelson strives to answer these questions amongst others in her new Psychology course being offered this semester. The course, “Social Psychology of Stereotypes and Prejudice,” addresses the prevalence of stereotyping and

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New proposed policy will help students graduate on time if approved


Aaron Berkowitz – News Writer  SCSU’s University Committee Forum [UCF] is scheduled to come to a decision during their next meeting on whether or not their proposal to alter the school’s Independent Study Policy for undergraduate students should be approved. The proposal reads: “If a student is unable to register for a course required for graduation and not taking the

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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 extra sleep and watch Netflix, the many snow days have affected classes and other activities at Southern. Due to the snow days, professors all over campus have to

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