Reported Sexual Assaults at CCSU are Still Low, But it’s Still Happening

April 28th, 2016
2 days ago

Project Puffin Author Speaks At CCSU

April 28th, 2016
2 days ago

by Lisa Massicotte Award-winning Boston Globe Editor and columnist Derrick Jackson paid a visit to Central Connecticut last week. Students lounged in the couches of the Marcus White Living Room Wednesday, April 20th to hear Jackson share his journey covering the Project Puffin. Project Puffin is a 43-year-old initiative to restore puffin-bird populations to Eastern Egg Rock, which […]


Kasich Brings Optimistic Message to Connecticut

April 28th, 2016
2 days ago

by Tyler Roaix Gov. John Kasich (R-Ohio) came to Glastonbury High School Friday evening to make his pitch to Connecticut Republicans on why he should represent the party in the general election this November. The event came just days before the Connecticut primary vote, on April 26th. In front of a little more than 1,500 people that filled […]


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Students And Administrators Attend CSU Day At Capital Building

April 28th, 2016
2 days ago

by Nicholas Leahey A handful of students and administrative faculty attended Connecticut State University (CSU) Day at the state capital building in Hartford last Tuesday, March 19, along with other students and faculty from other schools in the Connecticut State Colleges and Universities (CSCU) system, amid a backdrop of the state’s ongoing budget crisis. Representatives […]


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‘Feelin’ the Bern’ in Hartford

April 28th, 2016
3 days ago

by Sheridan Cyr Presidential candidate Bernie Sanders spoke for just over an hour in Riverfront Park in Hartford, Connecticut, Monday morning to hundreds of supporters. Sanders’ campaign in Hartford takes place after a successful rally in New Haven the day before. Each presidential candidate, except for Republican Ted Cruz, visited Connecticut this and last week to […]


SGA Meeting Bullets

April 28th, 2016
3 days ago

by Analisa Novak Even with the hiring freeze, Student Affairs reported to SGA that 34 positions have been approved. Positions to be filled include a director of student disabilities services, hall directors, RN search, among other positions. An estimated 20 positions are still waiting to be approved. Finance Committee reported that clubs requested a total […]


Harriet Tubman: A Face Of Change Then And A Face Of Change Now

April 25th, 2016
6 days ago

by Analisa Novak Harriet Tubman will now be the face you see every time you touch a $20 bill. It was announced last week that the United States Treasury Department decided to give former President Andrew Jackson the boot and put African-American-Abolitionist Tubman on the face of the new $20 bill. This decision represents so much to both […]


CCSU Student to Receive Prestigious Scholarship Award

April 25th, 2016
6 days ago

by Jacqueline Stoughton A Central Connecticut journalism student is set to receive a prestigious scholarship and be honored today during The Matrix Awards ceremony at The Waldorf-Astoria in New York City, as part of the New York Women in Communications Foundation. Kimberly Peña, 19, of New Britain, CT, is a sophomore studying journalism at CCSU […]


SGA April 6, 2016 Meeting Bullet Points

April 13th, 2016
3 weeks ago

by Nicholas Leahey  A motion to approve a co-sponsorship with Natural Helpers in the amount of $2,500.00 was passed after a long debate and a recess. The SGA approved the money in a 19-1 vote, with two abstentions, that will help fund an alcohol awareness event put on every year by the Natural Helpers. They […]


CACE Career Fair A Huge Hit

April 13th, 2016
3 weeks ago

by Analisa Novak Four hundred students and 74 employers gathered at Central Connecticut last week for the Center for Advising and Career Exploration (CACE) Spring Career Fair. CACE is actively involved in helping students with any career or employment needs. “We’ve been doing career fairs for as long as we’ve been around. The idea is […]


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