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Swimming and Diving focus on mental, physical preparations towards season end

Hunter O. Lyle—Sports Editor With the NE-10 Conference championships just about a week away, the men and women’s swimming and diving team look to take their 14th banner in 16 years. In the realm of pools and chlorine, Southern holds high honors in the NE-10 as well as around the country. Currently, the program boasts 13 NE-10 Championship titles, as

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Loaded arsenal: Ives, Seaforth give Owls new identity

Hunter O. Lyle—Sports Editor & Matt Gad—Sports Writer Former Division I guards Kealen Ives, the all-time leading scorer in Rhode Island’s  Classical High School history, and C.J. Seaforth, who starred at Hamden High, ended up transferring into the Owls’ program prior to this season. Ives, a senior point guard from at Rider University in New Jersey, and Seaforth, a shooting

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Southern welcomes incoming students with Owl Weekend Activities

Jene Thomas – News Editor A sea of blue covered the streets in front of residence halls as the sound of big, black moving bins echoed through the halls, despite the heat and traffic. Resident advisors, athletes, peer mentors and others volunteered to assist incoming freshmen and transfer students during move-in day on Aug. 27. The move-in process was expedited

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Tobacco and smoke free policy now in place at SCSU

Jessica Pellegrino – General Assignment Reporter Southern Connecticut State University is now tobacco- and smoke-free following the implementation of new policies effective August 25. Chief of Police and Director of Public Safety, Chief Joseph M. Dooley, along with university officials, Health Services, and countless others, began spearheading the campaign last semester. Southern is the most recent in a string of universities and

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Survey shows students think Southern lacks school spirit

Sandra Gomez-Aceves and Natalie Barletta – Special to the Southern News, Opinions Editor  The sound of thousands of students cheering and applauding as another goal is scored isn’t present at Southern Connecticut State University. The reason why it doesn’t occur relies in the students’ ability to be involved on the Southern campus. In a survey conducted to 100 of SCSU’s

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