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‘Pin It Up’ event hosts DIY room decor crafts to kick-off autumn season

Jackson Volenec — Reporter The Programs Council held an open recreational event at the Adanti Student Center on Tuesday, Oct. 8 that provided food and assorted materials to make “do it yourself” crafts and artwork. There was also a raffle that was available to all students. “This event is just an event for us to come together and do DIY room

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Programs Council hosts Student Success BBQ

Erin Foley — Contributor Southern students were able to connect with each other through a barbecue on the Academic Quad. Students who attended the event on Tuesday afternoon from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m., said they enjoyed the burgers, hot dogs and cream puffs that were being served. Some even accredited the food as to why they attended. “Free food

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Humans of SCSU: Anna Plasky

Melissa Nunez –  Opinions and Features Editor A keen third grade girl comes to Southern with her older sister and sits with a DVD player watching movies, her sister listens to her professor lecture her education class. The next day the third grade girl goes to school eagerly bragging to her friends about her day as a college student. Anna Plasky,

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Students pay for campus events but don’t attend

Michelle Hennessy – News Writer  NEW HAVEN, Conn. – SCSU doesn’t do enough to explain to students where their money is going, according to Marissa Lavorgna, the Programs Council’s senior programmer for the Entertainment Committee. “Southern should make them aware that they are paying for this activity fund and these are the things that you can do,” said Lavorgna. “I don’t

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Students feast and decorate pumpkins at ProCon’s Octoberfest

Aaron Johnson – General Assignment Reporter NEW HAVEN – Pumpkin decorating, fried dough, and a good time had by all. Octoberfest hosted by Thursday Night Owls gave students a chance to relax and have some fun during a stressful week of classes. “Well, I saw the posters in my building so I wanted to come decorate pumpkins,” said sophomore Shirley

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