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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 […]
By Acadia Otlowski and Jacqueline Stoughton CCSU scrambled to prepare for a presidential visit this week, distributing tickets for the Wednesday event to faculty, staff and students just two days prior. The distribution went well according to administration, but the process was not without its hiccups. President Barack Obama, Governor Dannel Malloy of Connecticut, Governor […]
By Jacqueline Stoughton and Acadia Otlowski President Barack Obama will visit CCSU Wednesday in an effort to garner support for the White House’s push to raise the minimum wage to $10.10 per hour. Gov. Daniel Malloy and three other New England governors will be joining him. In a conference call between principal deputy White House […]
Amanda Webster Central Connecticut State University students and faculty are breathing easier after a hectic Monday afternoon that shut campus down following reports of an alleged armed man on campus. Just before noon on Monday, Central Connecticut police were notified of a suspicious man on campus who at the time was believed to have a […]
The mayoral election for the city of New Britain is coming up on Nov. 5 and the students of CCSU need to pay attention. The two candidates for this upcoming mayoral race are current New Britain Mayor, Tim O’Brien, and Former CCSU Graduate, Erin Stewart. Our editorial staff feels that a fresh, new perspective on local […]
Increase Discussed, Response Agreed On By Acadia Otlowski Students have started organizing demonstrations after the Board of Regents Finance Committee pushed a vote this Tuesday that would approve a significant increase for in-state tuition for Connecticut State University (CSU) students. “Whenever the state is looking to rise a little more or save a little money, […]
A woman reported to CCSU police yesterday that she was sexually assaulted in the campus parking lot adjacent to Willard and Diloretto Hall. The alleged assault occurred in the evening hours of late January, according to University officials.
by Irene Yukash Candles illuminated Newtown last night as people from all over the world attended a vigil in memory of Sandy Hook victims at Newtown High School. President Obama met with victims’ families privately before addressing the public. “I’ll use whatever power this office holds,” promised President Obama. In regards to the victims of […]
Around 9 am yesterday, a shooter that police have identified as 20-year-old Adam Lanza, entered Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown and opened fire. According to police, 27 have been confirmed dead, 20 of which were children. The shooter is included in the death count and believed to have then taken his own life.
By Irene Yukash Kaiser Bubble is closed indefinitely due to vandalism that took place Thursday around 3 am when two CCSU students and a visitor made a 40-foot gash on the tennis court side of the structure. According to CCSU Spokesman Mark McLaughlin, arrests will be made shortly. “This is an incredibly stupid act of […]