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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 […]
CCSU TV Reporter Britni King talks to CCSU students about dating on the internet. See what some of your peers have to say about the hot topic! (This news package was sent to The Recorder from the CCSU broadcast journalism class production of CCSU TV.)
By Rachael Bentley
Did you and your loved ones go to Family Day 2013 last week? Be sure to tag yourself and friends in these photos if you see yourselves!
Gun Control Sound Clip In order of sound: 1. Dan McAllen 2. Alyssa Patenaude 3. Shae Sou 4. Sergeant Greg Kowolski 5. Brittany Levine, Member of the Rifle and Marksmanship Club 6. Ryan Cool 7. Skyler Magnoli- Thomas Hobca 8. Thomas Madden 9. Edward Geiger 10. Peter Johnson 11. Jack Kelner, Co President of the Rifle and Marksmanship […]
By Morgan Skovich
“Project Main Street: The New Britain-Hartford Busway” is the final project of CCSU journalism students in John Dankosky’s “Story in Sound” class. This thirty minute program, split into three parts, includes reporting from Vanessa Johnson, Jamie Horton, Graig Hargraves, Liz Walczok, Sarah Bogues, Matthew Clyburn and Barbara Gagne. Click to listen: Busway Class Final Part […]
Dan Malloy, Democratic candidate for governor of Connecticut, and Chris Murphy, current United States Representative from Connecticut’s fifth district, were at the Central Connecticut State University campus last week to talk to students.
Chlevera Trimmier, 19, of Hartford, was arrested on charges sexual assault in the fourth degree, among other charges, after intruding on James Hall residents.
A collection of photos from Culture, a fashion show/performance that took place Friday, April 16 in the student center.