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Deteriorating buildings fill campus


Jessica Guerrucci – Managing Editor Haljit Basuljevic – Contributor Jackson LaMar – Contributor Benji Ruscoe – Contributor Faith Williams – Contributor Light pours into the building, illuminating old file cabinets and papers as dust dances in the sunlight. The doors are chained shut, the grass overgrown — what was known as the Student Center is empty. The main question —

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Men and women’s swimming and diving teams welcome in next generation of Owls


Matt Gad – Sports Writer Last year, head coach Tim Quill and his men and women championship teams held banners up high. They will attempt that feat again this season. During the 2017-18 campaign, the men’s side came home with conference championship number 13 while the women did the same thing, winning their dozenth title and their second in as many

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SCSU All-American swimmers


Matt Gad – Sports Writer After a strong season in which the program won their second consecutive women’s Northeast-10 Championship and their 13th men’s title overall, men’s swimmers Leonardo LaPorte and Tyler Prescott qualified for the NCAA Division II Championships. “It felt pretty overwhelming at first,” LaPorte said. “It seemed like any other USA meet but at the same time

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Owls claim 11th title


Matt Gad – Sports Writer Last weekend, Southern’s women’s swimming and diving team won the Northeast-10 Championship, their 11th in program history. “Having the privilege to be part of a championship team as a freshman is truly incredible,” Avery Fornaciari said. “It still doesn’t even feel real.” Southern won the four day event by just 10 points over Assumption College.

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Snyder proves to be valuable teammate


Matt Gad – Sports Writer Swimming has always been something that’s been in Raymond Snyder’s blood. The junior came to Southern three years ago from Sacred Heart High School, where he was a four-time All-NVL Swimmer of the Year award winner. Snyder said this season has been “very productive” and that it has drawn resemble to that of his sophomore year

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