Memorial Service for late CCSU student

February 4th, 2016
5 days ago

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

February 4th, 2016
5 days ago

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

February 3rd, 2016
5 days ago

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

February 3rd, 2016
5 days ago

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 […]


Club Fair Gets Students Involved

February 3rd, 2016
5 days ago

by Christopher Marinelli Central Connecticut’s spring semester Club Fair showcased a large majority of extracurricular opportunities students can get involved with, last Wednesday. Students were able to enjoy catering, as well as a DJ through the entirety of the Club Fair as they checked out the booths offering upcoming events and free items. The fair […]


Communications Department Causes Film Club To Run Afoul SGA

February 3rd, 2016
5 days ago

by Nathan Cheatham Few students know what is required to lead a student club at Central Connecticut. In order to use funds, club leaders fill out large amounts of paperwork and gain approval to satisfy state requirements to spend student money. Sometimes an inexperienced club leader can slip through the cracks and cause inadvertent hardship for their club. This seems to […]


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Reflecting on President’s Influence on Central, Announces Retirement

February 3rd, 2016
5 days ago

by Jacqueline Stoughton Following a long and successful career in education, Central Connecticut President Jack Miller announced his retirement to begin in September, after 12 years of involvement with this campus and its community. Originating from Chicago, Miller initially had different intentions for his career path. Starting as a freshman at University of Tulsa, unsure of […]


Newspaper Mogul Resigns as CCSU Professor

January 27th, 2016
2 weeks ago

by Christopher Marinelli New Britain Herald and Bristol Press owner Mike Schroeder resigned as a journalism professor for this spring semester at Central Connecticut following pressure from journalism students following a controversial article published in the Herald that garnered national attention for plagiarism, fabrication of quotes and the mysterious pseudonym-author, “Edward Clarkin.” The original article titled, […]


General Electric Leaving Connecticut Comes Parallel to Millennial’s and Others to Leave the State

January 27th, 2016
2 weeks ago

by Christopher Marinelli General Electric (GE) leaving Connecticut comes parallel to the hushed whispers of millennials and other aspiring individuals in the workforce, to leave the tax-heavy state. With a company value of $130 billion, GE was one of Connecticut’s major tax assets with just property taxes alone, bringing in roughly $1.3 million. In addition to property […]


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Negotiations Over Tenure Continue as Deadline Approaches

January 27th, 2016
2 weeks ago

by Nicholas Leahey Negotiations over the Collective Bargaining Agreement between the  Connecticut State University American Association of University Professors (CSU-AAUP) and the Board of Regents (BOR) are still in gridlock, as the March 1st arbitration deadline fast approaches. At the center of the conflict is the issue of faculty tenure, in which members of the […]


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