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Move in day stirs up mixed emotions

  Jessica Guerrucci–Managing Editor For several freshmen, their college journey began on New Student Move-in Day, on Saturday, Aug. 24. The campus was filled with students, their families and staff to ensure that the
Tau Kappa Epsilon fraternity at the club fair last year.

How to get involved at Southern!

Kelsey Mix – Online Editor/Copy Editor        If you’ve ever seen someone on campus wearing Greek letters, RHA shirts, or carrying various boxes of who-knows-what, it’s a safe assumption that they’re

Ask Annie: August 26th

Dear Annie, I’m transferring schools to Southern this semester and I’m really nervous about meeting new people and getting involved on campus. The other school that I’m coming from was huge, and

Convocation welcomes class of 2023

Jessica Guerrucci–Managing Editor  With the values of the university in mind and a newfound knowledge of what it means to be a part of Southern’s community, the class of 2023 left New

New Student Convocation welcomes Class of 2019

Edgar Ayala – General Assignment Reporter One by one, first-year students crowded Southern Connecticut’s John Lyman Center Friday afternoon for the chance to meet and listen to students, staff and faculty speak behalf on
Some of the foods you shouldn't be eating if you want to avoid the freshman 15.

Avoiding the freshman 15

Nicole Dellolio – Opinions Editor Every student walking into their freshman year of college has one common thing to fear: the freshman 15.  The freshman 15 is a commonly used expression to show