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Students discuss artist Beyonce and the topic of race

Alex Palmieri – General Assignment Reporter There has been a lot of news surrounding Beyonce and race in the past few months. From her Super Bowl performance, to her newest album “Lemonade,” her actions and music videos have created buzz among people, including editor of the U.S. mail online, Piers Morgan. The comments Morgan made were very controversial, saying Beyonce made a

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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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Southern campus addresses tobacco free confusion

Journalism students in the News Writing course, under the direction of Prof. Cindy Simoneau, reviewed two important issues on campus: texting among students and compliance with the new smoke-free campus designation. Students worked under project leaders, Dylan Haviland and Philip Zoppi. Project reporters, Edgar Ayala, Natalie Barletta, Wesley Crowell, Cristina D’almeida, Vivian Englund, Katherine Krajcik, Amy Kulikowski, Matthew Stumpo, Jene

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SCSU world language professor exposes hiring discrimination

Taylor Nicole Richards – News Writer Virginia Santos recently filed a discrimination complaint to the Connecticut Human Rights Commission regarding her treatment in the World Languages department. Santos came to Southern in the Fall of 2010 and has 20 years of teaching experience at NYU, Yale, Wesleyan, and other universities. She is claiming discrimination for being a woman on three levels of

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