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New police deputy joins owl community

Jacob Waring — Online Editor After a two-year vacancy, the position of police deputy has finally been filled by former patrol sergeant Kenneth Rahn. The swearing in took place on Monday, Sept. 16, including appearances by Rahn’s family, police chief Dooley and top owl, SCSU President Joe Bertolino. “We are all so excited for him,” said Tanya Rahn. “So proud, he [has]

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Southern’s Unsung Hero: Teresa Massaro

Melissa Nuñez – General Assignment Reporter Teresa Massaro, store manager at Southern’s Bagel Wagon, said she moved from Italy to the United States when she was 23-years-old, along with her husband and three babies. Massaro said after owning a successful seamstress business in Italy, she and her husband had plans of opening another one in the U.S.; but after only a short

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SCSU holds annual Medival Conference Lecture

Philip Zoppi – General Assignment Reporter Southern held their 11th annual Medieval Conference Lecture on Dec. 2, featuring  “Art and Paideia in the Comedia delle ninfe Fiorentine.” This presentation was conducted by Susanna Barsella, a professor at Fordham University. Barsella said she enjoys presenting this story because it gives students a different way to think. “This presentation teaches you to meditate on

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Liverpool and Southern collaborate for new study abroad program

Philip Zoppi – General Assignment Reporter Southern Connecticut State University and Liverpool John Moores University have recently announced a new multi-disciplinary partnership that will offer students from both schools many different exciting opportunities. This partnership will give students a chance to study abroad in Liverpool, England. Two Southern students are already going across the pond in the spring semester to study in

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Tobacco and smoke free policy now in place at SCSU

Jessica Pellegrino – General Assignment Reporter Southern Connecticut State University is now tobacco- and smoke-free following the implementation of new policies effective August 25. Chief of Police and Director of Public Safety, Chief Joseph M. Dooley, along with university officials, Health Services, and countless others, began spearheading the campaign last semester. Southern is the most recent in a string of universities and

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