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Taco Tuesday and Día De Los Muertos

Sarah Shelton – Features Editor  Día De Los Muertos, known as the day of the dead, was celebrated by Programs Council, ProCon, by coloring sugar skulls and eating tacos.  On Tuesday, Nov. 9, ProCon held Taco Tuesday and nighttime programmer Katie Kost said they decided to include coloring in celebration of Día De Los Muertos.  This holiday may have passed, but it

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Southern Hosts a Conversation Surrounding Trans Related Issues

Ellie Sherry — Reporter  As more and more deaths of trans people occur, Southern decided to hold a round table about problems and solutions surrounding transgender issues. The event was run by a member of the NAACP on campus, Jamil Harp a senior communications major. He would ask prompting questions, and the group would respond with their thoughts and it would

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Folio Social Justice Night

Ellie Sherry — Reporter  As November continues, so does social justice month at Southern. In following with the month’s theme, Folio hosted a Social Justice reading night. The first person to speak at Social Justice night was Spanish major Gabriela Vázquez, a senior, who started her painting in January 2019. Her talent took off quickly, and she began to sell

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Ethnic history of New Haven exhibit reveals immigration roots

Sofia Rositani — Reporter Immigration has been extensively discussed during Social Justice Month, from Sonia Nazaro speaking out about child immigrants in Mexico to the Voices of Immigration panel, which is involved with the “Ethnic History of New Haven: Pre-1638 to 2000 and Beyond” at Buley Library. The exhibit tells the history of New Haven and the immigrants who came

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