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Central Offers More Than Just Affordability For Transfers

July 2nd, 2015
4 weeks ago

N.A.S. by Nicholas Leahey Jacob Wilson is like every other college freshman at Central Connecticut. Every day, he goes to class, works out and plays the occasional video game with his suite mates. There is, however, something that sets Jacob apart from many other people on campus; he is a transfer student. Originally an accounting […]


Engineering Research Project Fuels Scientific Innovations

April 6th, 2015
4 months ago

by Acadia Otlowski  A student stands ankle-deep in snow outside of the engineering building, a propane torch in her hand. In her other gloved hand, she holds a metal cylinder, heating it to remove residue from the last set of tests. This cylinder is a just a piece of the mold that the team of […]


Yale Professor Speaks on Importance of Hispanic Heritage

January 4th, 2015
7 months ago

By Jesmarie Disdiel Dr. Rolena Adorno, Department Chair and Sterling Professor of Spanish at Yale University, visited Central Connecticut Wednesday to speak on Hispanic heritage and its importance today, posing the question of what does Columbus Day mean now? “Hispanic Heritage Month offers us a chance to reflect exactly on these matters,” said Adorno as […]


The Student Center: Providing Career Opportunities For 50 Years

January 4th, 2015
7 months ago

By Ruth Bruno After 50 years, the CCSU Student Center continues to provide a place for students to gather together to grab some lunch or do homework. But for others, the Student Center provides a job and many opportunities leading to future careers. Tiffany Moffo-Simpson, Assistant Director of the Student Center, has worked there for […]


STEM grad program

January 4th, 2015
7 months ago

By Ruth Bruno For the first time at Central Connecticut, certified teachers will be able to earn their graduate degree through a Masters of Science in STEM Education. This particular graduate program, that began this semester, is designed to accommodate any K-12 teacher who wishes to incorporate the different aspects of Science, Technology, Education & Math […]


Residential Hall Upgraded Over Summer, First of Several

January 4th, 2015
7 months ago

by Daniel Schwager The Robert Vance residential hall has provided adequate housing to students since 1971, but over the summer for the first time in 43 years, Vance received its first major overhaul. Renovations were done on the inside and outside of the building, costing about $700,000 to accomplish. “This was Vance’s first major renovation […]


Tony’s Restaurant Forced to Relocate After 25 Years of Service

January 4th, 2015
7 months ago

By Jacqueline Stoughton The local pizza joint, Tony’s Restaurant, that has been serving the CCSU community for the past 25 years has recently been forced to relocate following a leasing dispute with the plaza’s landlord. Matthew Levy, of Levy Properties, LLC and owners of the Central Square Plaza where Tony’s was located, said in a […]


Central Checks in on Student’s Mental Health

January 4th, 2015
7 months ago

By Matt Knox Central Connecticut focused heavily on mental health awareness last week by providing multiple events to it’s students through the Fresh Check program culminating in a resounding finish with Fresh Check Day on Thursday. “It’s exciting. It was a much bigger event this year,” said Dr. Jonathan Pohl, Wellness Education Coordinator for Student Wellness Services. According to the […]


Mental Health Advocator and Author Visits CCSU

January 4th, 2015
7 months ago

By Matt Knox Ross Szabo, a recognized leader in the mental health movement and author of the book Behind Happy Faces, visited CCSU last Tuesday to speak to students about balancing mental illness and the rest of their lives. This was part of Fresh Check Week and the living room lecture series held by the […]


SGA budget to clubs

January 4th, 2015
7 months ago

by Jacqueline Stoughton With over 100 clubs on campus, SGA must undertake the responsibility of allocating budgets to all clubs, a process that SGA has been accused of being unfair at on multiple occasions when determining how much money is given to each club. “I think that SGA tries to find anyway possible to cut […]


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