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Folio Social Justice Night


Ellie Sherry — Reporter  As November continues, so does social justice month at Southern. In following with the month’s theme, Folio hosted a Social Justice reading night. The first person to speak at Social Justice night was Spanish major Gabriela Vázquez, a senior, who started her painting in January 2019. Her talent took off quickly, and she began to sell

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Folio’s Haunted Halloween


Joe Bulwidas — Contributor With the sound of “Love Potion No. 9” by The Clovers playing in the background, students gathered in the English department’s common room for Folio’s Halloween Reading on Thursday, Oct. 24. “I did a similar literary magazine in high school and I always read at the open mics, so I’m just continuing the tradition,” said biology

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Folio reading welcomes all types of artistic expression


Sydney Peacock — Contributor Kat Schoberle, the art editor of Folio’s literary magazine, describes the Folio community as “open and accepting” and “a judgement free space for all people to share.” After its first initial open mic session during Southern’s “Week of Welcome,” Folio’s second event of the year on Sept. 12 was packed full–the room overflowing with that same

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Humans of SCSU: Ryan Meyer


Melissa Nuñez – Opinions and Features Editor When applying to Southern, Ryan Meyer, a senior English and media studies major, said what originally attracted him to the university was the combination of knowing people who graduated from the school and the prominence of their education program. After enrolling, Meyer said he would soon realize secondary education was not for him

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Folio invites students to showcase art at annual literature reading


Dylan Haviland – General Assignment Reporter  Jennie Ellis, a Southern Connecticut State University senior majoring in psychology and English, faced audience members lounging amongst cushioned couches and a rugged blue carpet.  “We sat and smoked cigarettes, one after another pretending they still tasted good.  Our fingertips glowed yellow and our breath caught on our Styrofoam tongues,” said Ellis, with a

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