Letter to the Editor

April 11th, 2016
2 weeks ago

To the editor: This paper recently published a column by Analisa Novak titled “SGA Election Happened but no one Cares.” Ms. Novak discussed turnout in SGA elections, implied that SGA lacks financial transparency and falsely stated that part-time students pay the student activity fee. I am writing to address these issues. I will first address the issue […]

Letter to the Editor

November 19th, 2015
5 months ago

Dear Editor, I was a newly minted PhD when I arrived as an Assistant Professor at Central Connecticut. I was excited and lucky to have the opportunity to work at a job that I loved, and to engage with students who challenged and pushed me to embrace my role as an educator. Unlike my colleagues […]

Letter to the Editor: Student Leaders Must Lead in a Direction

January 4th, 2015
1 year ago

By Teige Christiano Feilis Leo, traditionally called the African Lion. A menacing roar irrefutably decrees its dominance; not to mention the various tools of survival it comes equipped with, like big pointy teeth. Alone, this beast conquers; together rules. The pride instinctually hunts, travels, and raises their young as a unit. A mission of survival […]

Letter To The Editor: Smoking Ban Infringes on Student Rights

September 13th, 2014
2 years ago

By David deHaas The beginning of this fall’s semester has been tainted with an injustice. As human beings, we endure life, it is a complicated and fascinating experience, yet we have no real choice in the matter. We strive for happiness, but our existence is all there is, regardless of an individual’s happiness one still must […]

Pulitzer Prizes Validate Role of Journalism

April 16th, 2014
2 years ago

The Washington Post and The Guardian were awarded the Pulitzer Prize for public service on Monday for their work reporting the National Security Agency spying scandal that rocked the country. Based on documents leaked by whistleblower Edward Snowden, both papers revealed the widespread effort undertaking by the NSA and US government to spy on American […]

Letter to the Editor

April 2nd, 2014
2 years ago

To The Editor: A previous edition of this paper included a letter to the editor from senator on the Student Government. In this letter, the senator was upset with the “blatant waste” that has been occurring within our Student Government. This senator has failed to mention several key details. Our Student Government Association is not […]

Letter to the Editor #2

March 24th, 2014
2 years ago

To Whom It May Concern: As a Central Connecticut State University student, it was an honor to welcome the President of the United States to our campus community. CCSU is at the center of our state and the center of the lives of its students. Our campus is filled with diverse individuals who strive to […]

Time for a change – Letter to the Editor

March 24th, 2014
2 years ago

As a student senator, I recognize that all 105 clubs and organizations that rely on us for funding are all financially stressed. Over the past few years, our student government has continuously demanded that student organizations find more ways to do things with less funding and fewer resources. This year, every club had received funding […]

The Future of Student Activity Fees

January 27th, 2014
2 years ago

By: SGA Senator Bobby Berriault January 26, 2014   Last week, I had presented my plan to the Student Government to change the current Student Activity Fee rate that each student pays. Currently, every full time student pays $70 dollars per semester in Student Activity fees. Part time students currently do not pay student activity […]

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Letter To The Editor

November 6th, 2013
2 years ago

To the Editor, The staff from The Recorder attended a different Open Forum than members of the Student Government and our student body attended. In a miscast and perhaps overly dramatic description of the event, the article titled “Open Forum Raises Difficult Questions” discusses a forum tension that simply didn’t occur. Students were encouraged to […]

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