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Phi Sigma Tau address: open public philosophy event


Max Bickley – General Assignment Reporter The concept of philosophy, or philosophical ideologies, can be difficult for some to grasp or understand. However, philosophy can often have a practical application and merit to a student’s day to day life. Last Tuesday the Philosophy Honors Society on campus, Phi Sigma Tau, hosted their annual Phi Sigma Tau address, an open public philosophy event

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Spring 2016 Concert: Bryson Tiller


Courtney Luciana – Special to the Southern News Students who only knew around three of Bryson Tiller’s songs were the same individuals who sat down at the show on Saturday night, said Rebecca Gaujon, sophomore. Still, she said Bryson Tiller’s performance reflected him as an upcoming of the famous rapper, Drake. “Some people said they would have preferred a more mainstream artist

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Beta Mu Sigma and police come together for annual Jail N’ Bail event


Melissa Nunez – General Assignment Reporter The Fairfield University Police Department, Connecticut State Troopers, and the Southern Police Department banded together with Beta Mu Sigma for the annual Jail N’ Bail: an event designed to jail friends and faculty in order to raise funds and awareness for the Connecticut Special Olympics, said Rob Marona, senior business management major and Beta Mu Sigma

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Student workers address Chartwells working concerns


Taylor Nicole Richards – News Writer Three student workers for Chartwells recently sat down with Southern News to discuss their grievances with their current working conditions. Chartwells is currently in negotiation to update their contract and are considering replacing 20 percent of the work force with student workers. Alexys Washington, senior psychology major and a student worker of Chartwells for two years,

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Barcade coming to New Haven


Alex Palmieri – General Assignment Reporter Game lovers and beer drinkers will soon rejoice; Barcade is planned to open in New Haven this April. Barcade is a bar for those 21 and older that combines a bar atmosphere with the features of an arcade. Barcade originated in Brooklyn and now has a few locations within Pennsylvania, New Jersey and soon Connecticut. The

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Communication between students and faculty is key


Taylor Nicole Richards – News Writer Open communication between students and faculty is essential for academic success on both ends. All professors are required to have weekly office hours and hand out contact information to all students for any questions or concerns outside of scheduled class hours. Although this is requirement of professors in higher education, some students said they wish to

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Buley Library Café Naming Contest


Melissa Nunez – General Assignment Reporter From April 3 through April 15, Southern presented its students with a challenge: submit a new, unique name for the Hilton C. Buley Library Café said Brad Crerar, director of the Adanti Student Center. Crerar said Southern’s overall goal is to keep things student focused and allowing them to have their own signature on a space

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