SGA Begins Referendum Process

19 Nov , 2015  


by Nathan Cheatham It’s time to vote! Central Connecticut’s Student Government Association (SGA) will be opening the polls Wednesday for the Student Veterans Association (SVO) referendum, said Caroline Fox, SGA president. The polls will be open Wednesday, Nov. 18th until 5 p.m., Monday, Nov. 23rd, anytime online through CollegiateLink and at a lobby table in the Student Center during […]

New STEM Building to Take Up Library Lot

19 Nov , 2015  

by Nicholas Leahey  The building boom at Central Connecticut shows no signs of stopping anytime soon. First it was a new academic building, then residence hall, then dining hall — now, it’s a new Science Technology Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) building, projected to open in 2019 where the library lot currently exists. The new building project, […]


Teaching the Grown Up

19 Nov , 2015  

by Jessica Lewis I have the privilege of teaching the Nurse Aide Certification program for Capitol Community College (CCC). My students range from ages 16 to 54. In about a two month span, we hope to educate them on topics like infection control, bathing and feeding patients, and fall prevention. This will hopefully prepare them […]

Letter to the Editor

19 Nov , 2015  

Dear Editor, I was a newly minted PhD when I arrived as an Assistant Professor at Central Connecticut. I was excited and lucky to have the opportunity to work at a job that I loved, and to engage with students who challenged and pushed me to embrace my role as an educator. Unlike my colleagues […]

Arts & Entertainment

Connecticut Dances through the Night at Central

1 Dec , 2015  

by Kimberly Pena Central Connecticut hosted the Connecticut’s Best Dance Crew competition on Nov. 18th, allowing dance crews from all around Connecticut to participate and show their craft. The competition began with CCSU’s very own dance crew, where they received a warm applause from the audience. The event was hosted by senior Kevin Leatherwood and Ulricka […]

Lights, Camera, Action: Inside NBC Studios, New York

19 Nov , 2015  

by Edyta Zachara The Central Connecticut Film Club took a trip last week inside NBC Studios in New York City to experience the thrill on being front and center during a live taping of “The Meredith Vieira Show.” Students were able to see all that goes into putting a live show together. This includes much […]

Culture and Clothing Meet at ‘Views From the 860′

19 Nov , 2015  

by Analisa Novak Central Connecticut’s Fashion Design Club held a fashion show properly titled “Views From The 860,” Friday in Welte Theater. “This is a different type of fashion show. This is a fashion show for the 860,” host and emcee Nigel “SwizzySuede” Jessamy said at the start of the show. Welte Theater was almost […]

Netflix it! ‘Blue is the Warmest Color’

19 Nov , 2015  

by Cyrus dos Santos I turned my television on Friday evening to see our president addressing Americans regarding another violent attack against humanity. After reading all the recent online updates, horror was all I saw — a massive attack against a free society of human beings by monsters. I was beside myself — for a long […]

Aurelius is Back at it With New Faces

19 Nov , 2015  

by Sheridan Cyr Aurelius has been through a great deal in its pursuit to becoming a larger part in the music industry. Founded in 2008 by Marcus Krysiak, the band has seen members come and go frequently, while Krysiak strives to find the perfect sound he envisions. “It’s kind of difficult to label us into […]


Blue Devils Drop Season Opener In Double Overtime Against Hartford

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by Dillon Meehan   Coming off an impressive performance in their tuneup game against Mitchell College, the Central Connecticut Men’s Basketball team dropped their season opener Friday night against the University of Hartford Hawks 92-83, in double overtime. The game was the third and final act of the Connecticut 6 Classic, an annual event that showcases […]