News

Memorial Service for late CCSU student

4 Feb , 2016  

by Andre Early On Thursday, January 28th, 2016, a memorial service was held for Anthony Teixeira of Trumbull, Connecticut in the Constitution Room of CCSU’s Memorial Hall. He was an ambitious construction management major at CCSU, whose legacy was rekindled by many friends, family, fellow students and school faculty on Thursday afternoon. Dr. Jack Miller […]

Meet your Police Department: What CCSU Cops Actually Do

4 Feb , 2016  

by Joshua Quintana The Central Connecticut Police Department is made up of many different officers that tend to various needs on campus and surrounding areas. Sgt .Jerry Erwin, CCSU police officer for 17 years widely known throughout campus as a hands-on officer who sees CCSU as a vibrant and hometown community. Erwin works to improve […]

No Correlation between Hoverboard Ban and Fire Drill

3 Feb , 2016  

by Christopher Marinelli Central Connecticut released an email banning the use of hover-boards shortly after a Student Center fire drill, that prompted many to believe there was an incident that initiated the newsletter on Tuesday, Jan. 26. However, according to Associate Vice President of Marketing and Communications Mark McLaughlin, the fire drill was due to […]

President Is More Than A Commander-In-Chief

3 Feb , 2016  

by Christopher Marinelli Despite Trump’s absences, the Republican debates was filled with fiery rhetoric about war, immigration reform, jabs at candidates, moderators and of course Hilary Clinton. Sen. Ted Cruz claimed the military has shrunk and Sen. Marco Rubio spoke earth as a whole on multiple occasions stating, “The world is a safer and better […]

Opinion

Do You Ever Find Feminism Kind Of Annoying?

3 Feb , 2016  

by Andre Early Modern day feminism has grown to be a problem in today’s society. Before continuing to read this opinion piece, just know I’m not attacking feminism as a whole. I admire revolutionaries like the Suffragettes, Coretta Scott King and Maya Angelou, so please spare me from your indignant feelings. Growing up, I watched […]

President Is More Than A Commander-In-Chief

3 Feb , 2016  

by Christopher Marinelli Despite Trump’s absences, the Republican debates was filled with fiery rhetoric about war, immigration reform, jabs at candidates, moderators and of course Hilary Clinton. Sen. Ted Cruz claimed the military has shrunk and Sen. Marco Rubio spoke earth as a whole on multiple occasions stating, “The world is a safer and better […]

Arts & Entertainment

Pinterest Pick: Delicious Football-Shaped Fun

4 Feb , 2016  

by Lauren Lustgarten Ingredients: 4 cups crumbled chewy chocolate cookies 1 ½ cups marshmallow crème 2 teaspoons McCormick Raspberry Extract 12 ounces semi-sweet chocolate chips 1 ounce white chocolate, melted The Super Bowl is a day all football lovers, and even those who couldn’t care less about football, look forward to every year. It’s a Sunday filled […]

Improv Group “Simply Unemployable” Visits CCSU

4 Feb , 2016   Gallery

by Corey O’Neill Students were in for a treat at the Semesters lounge in the Student Center last Wednesday evening. Members of the New York-based improv comedy group “Simply Unemployable” put on a great show that had students bursting with laughter. Hosted by Central Activities Network (CAN) as part of Winter Week, the hour-long event concluded […]

The Snoball in Wonderland

4 Feb , 2016   Gallery

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by Joshua Quintana A line of well-dressed students waited in line for the dance of the semester in Alumni Hall, Friday Jan. 29th. As students waited with their dates for doors to open, Students voiced their excitement to finally be able to enjoy the Snoball. The doors haven’t opened around around eight. Ten minutes after, […]

Poetry by “G” Ties Tradition and Innovation

4 Feb , 2016  

by Sheridan Cyr Spoken word artist George “G” Masao Yamazawa, Jr. visited Central Connecticut’s Devil’s Den on the first night of Central Activities Network’s “Alice in Wonderland”-themed welcome week of the Spring semester. G took center stage over a murmuring crowd of seemingly apprehensive students and blew away all doubt with an electrifying, compelling evening […]

Sports

Sitting Down With The Club Hockey Team

4 Feb , 2016   Gallery

by Nicholas Leahey When you walk into the locker room of the Central Connecticut Men’s Club Ice Hockey Team (6-6-0), you notice one undeniable fact: it stinks. Upon closer inspection of the cluttered room, which is filled a mixed smell of men’s deodorant and dirty hockey equipment, you can see ice skates, jerseys, and blue […]

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