Tag Archives: poetry

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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Author Kenneth Pollans releases new poetry book “The Cobblestone Path”


Dylan Haviland – General Assignment Reporter  Kenneth Pollans has walked across many paths in his life.  Born in 1945, Brooklyn, New York, Pollans had held multiple professions: from teaching elementary education in Bridgeport Public Schools to day camps to working at the Curtis Home helping socially maladjusted children and young adults.  His life experiences have lead him on a journey

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SPOOF: Southern offers new language program in High Valyrian


Jess Pellegrino – General Assignment Reporter  ‘Skoriot ñuhyz zaldrīzesse ilzi?’ The Southern Connecticut State University will be introducing a pilot program through the university’s World Languages department. Starting next semester, amongst classics like French, Spanish and German, students will be able to major or minor in High Valyrian. The major will consist of nine semesters of language intensive lab work.

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Artists and musicians showcase talent at Night of Expression


Aaron Berkowitz – General Assignment Reporter  The floor shook, grandmas danced, and a violinist stole the show. That is just a glimpse of why students and staff packed the Student Center Ballroom for A Night of Expression Part II, which was sponsored by the Multicultural Center. Jeremy Grier, junior and organizer of both Night of Expression events, said his approach

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