Today: Jun 16, 2024



Snow days impact students’ school schedules

Natalie Barletta – Opinions Editor  Getting a cancellation email from Patrick Dilger has become a regular occurrence lately at Southern Connecticut State University. Although students have enjoyed the extra downtime to get

When college is no longer college

Gabriel Muniz – Special to the Southern News  In mid-19th century, in a burgeoning America, the beginning stages of public higher education, the famous land-grant college, was birthed.  Seminaries, religious instruction, and

Stay sane during finals

Emili Lanno – Copy Editor  Now I know I can speak for all of us and say that this has been a long semester of hard work, long nights studying and an

Ways Owls can show school spirit

Vivian Englund – Copy Editor Having more spirit at a university like Southern is something that we all could improve on. It’s the little things that we can do to become more spirited: