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05/08/2019

Lavender Graduation celebrates seniors

Jessica Guerrucci—Reporter As graduation approaches, a ceremony was held to celebrate the achievements of six students in the LGBTQ+ community and their contributions to the university. The third annual Lavender Graduation was
05/08/2019

Research projects receive recognition

Tamonda Griffiths—News Writer What was meant to be a small class project utilizing data has since turned into submissions to both the American Psychological Association and the Eastern Psychological Association. Using Billboard
09/15/2016

Millennials Stance on Accessing News

Ali Sorbara – Special to the Southern News      Information today has been strategically woven into the social networking world, where news is subliminally placed everywhere.     Kiana Michel, a freshman, says she uses

Registration waitlist considered

Tamonda Griffiths—News Writer Following the rollout of the viewable, yearlong schedules, Registrar Alicia Carroll said the next project her office is working on is a registration waitlist. In a student registration survey
04/10/2019

Mixed experiences with registration

J’Mari Hughes—Reporter Every spring, students register for classes for the following fall semester. They prepare by seeing advisers to obtain a PIN number which allows them to register. They then craft the
04/10/2019

Student journalists win regional SPJ awards

Press Release by Cindy Simoneau Southern News editors won two regional college journalism awards on Saturday, April 6 from the Society of Professional Journalists, Region 1. Editor in chief Kevin Crompton won a
04/10/2019

Tuition increase approved

Tamonda Griffiths—News Writer During a Finance and Infrastructure Committee meeting, Connecticut State Colleges and Universities system’s Board of Regents for Higher Education approved a tuition increase of about 5% to the four
04/03/2019

Reimbursement program helps student parents

Jessica Guerrucci—Reporter To help lessen the burden of being a student parent, the university now offers those who are eligible the opportunity to be partially reimbursed for their child care expenses while
04/03/2019

Michael Phelps: ‘I didn’t want to be alive’

Victoria Bresnahan—News Editor The most decorated Olympian of all-time once considered committing suicide. In 2014, after 28-time medalist Michael Phelps was charged for a second time with driving under the influence, he
04/03/2019

Panel of experts spoke on student mental health

Haljit Basuljevic—Reporter A televised forum entitled Student Mental Health: Crucial Conversations in the Lyman Center, featuring a panel of five experts, gave extensive knowledge about the nature of mental health awareness. In
04/03/2019

SGA works toward LEP changes

Victoria Bresnahan—News Editor A letter is being drafted on behalf of Student Government Association President Alexis Zhitomi to state the group’s position on the Liberal Education Policy’s foreign language requirement. For several
04/03/2019

Prayer vigil held for New Zealand victims

Jessica Guerrucci—Reporter The Muslim Student Association held a vigil to honor the victims lost in the mass shooting and terror attack in Christchurch, New Zealand, last week. The vigil honored the 50
03/27/2019