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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

Provisional status removed

Tamonda Griffiths—News Writer After eight years, the university is no longer in provisional status from the U.S. Department of Education, according to a campus announcement from President Joe Bertolino. “Basically, what that
03/27/2019

Lamont proposes taxing textbooks

Tamonda Griffiths—News Writer In a recent budget proposal, newly-elected Governor Ned Lamont stated potential plans to stamp college textbooks with Connecticut’s 6.35 percent sales tax. According to an article in the Connecticut
03/27/2019

Women’s studies stitches #MeToo quilt

Alexandra Scicchitano—Online Editor The SCSU Healing Project #MeToo Quilt was born from the idea of the community coming together to heal from senseless hatred said Yi-Chun Tricia Lin, director and professor of
03/27/2019

Video captures in-class argument

Victoria Bresnahan—News Editor & Tamonda Griffiths—News Writer In a video obtained by the Southern News, a communication professor and students allegedly engaged in an argument during a Communication 101: Professional Presentations class.
03/27/2019

Bike-sharing system hitting the streets

August Pelliccio—Photo Editor Society has 11 years to commit to sustainability, and bettering the environment, according to Stephen Axon, professor of environment, geography and marine sciences. To help combat that on the
03/06/2019

News finds students on social media

Eric Urbanowicz – Special to The Southern News  As he prepares to begin his radio show, Jon Reynolds, the news director at Southern Connecticut State University’s radio station, WSIN, scrolls through the
09/26/2014