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Jaywalking is a life or death decision on Southern campus


Jacob Waring—Opinions & Features Editor Imagine this scenario: You are at the intersection of Wintergreen and Farnham and you are waiting for the signal to switch from stop to walk. It is taking forever, and you impatiently hit the button thinking it would expedite the process. You glance both ways and cross. A speeding car, or someone not paying attention

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Upgrades brought to annual hosting of the Girls and Women in Sports Day


Matt Gad—Sports Writer On Saturday, Moore Field House hosted the annual “Girls and Women In Sports Day,” a national initiative, and young girls were lead through training drills along with members of various campus athletic teams and clubs. Athletes from the soccer, field hockey, track and field, softball, volleyball, cheerleading, dance, lacrosse and gymnastics all came out to show their

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Southern students exposed to Chinese culture


Jessica Guerrucci—Reporter The annual lunar new year celebration brought students together to experience Chinese culture as they learned about the Year of the Pig. The Chinese Student Association and the Multicultural Center held their annual Chinese New Year celebration on Wednesday, Feb. 6. students came and enjoyed the event which included food and dancing. Paula Dobles, the president of the

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Alliance of American Football receives approval from SCSU football


Matt Gad—Sports Writer The Alliance of American Football kicked off last weekend with two games Saturday night on CBS, another Sunday afternoon on CBS Sports Network and another Sunday night game on NFL Network. The league, with most of its teams placed in non-NFL markets, killed on its opening weekend, with Action Network’s Darren Rovell (former ESPN sports business guru)

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Registration a problem for late transfers


Haljit Basuljevic—Reporter The goal to ease the registration process for transfer students begins by first educating them early on. Undergraduate Admissions Director Tony Pace understands all too well the common complaints most students have and urges them to be adamant when it comes to paperwork. “The closer you get to that registration deadline, the more problems you’re going to have.

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SCSU Ceramic Collection an inspiration for many students


Jessica Guerrucci—Reporter Southern’s ceramic collection features a wide range of artists from across the globe, several different styles of art, and gives students an opportunity to learn. The ceramic exhibition is on display in the art gallery in the basement of Buley Library from Jan. 30 to Mar. 28. Cort Sierpinski, the gallery director and ceramics professor, said the collection

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