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Recorder Backs Recent CCSU Alumna

October 30th, 2013
2 years ago

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 […]


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Republicans to Blame For Shutdown and Debt Ceiling Crisis

October 22nd, 2013
2 years ago

By: Joe Suszczynski Congress thankfully opened the government back up by voting to end the shutdown and raise the debt ceiling, which did not let the country go into default. However this averted crisis should only get so much praise as funding for the government is only extended to January 15, 2014 along with the […]


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Taxes, Education Focal Points At First Mayoral Debate

October 2nd, 2013
2 years ago

By Taylor Skirvin and Eric Stadalnik New Britain- Republican Mayoral candidate and CCSU graduate Erin Stewart continued to sell her youth as the right answer for the city during the first debate at Trinity on Main Saturday afternoon.   Stressing that the current administration’s tax hikes and wasteful spending was not sustainable for the future, […]


Barack Obama Sworn In As U.S. President For A Second Term

Former CCSU Professor Chosen As Presidential Inaugural Poet

January 23rd, 2013
3 years ago

by Acadia Otlowski A former CCSU professor has been selected as President Obama’s inaugural poet, joining the ranks of a select group of talented poets such as Robert Frost. Richard Blanco is the youngest inaugural poet to be chosen thus far, who at 44 has gone to school for engineering, gone back to school for […]


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Obama’s 2013 Inaugural Address

January 22nd, 2013
3 years ago

by Irene W. Yukash President Obama delivered his inaugural speech on Capital Hill Monday afternoon. Laced with excerpts of the Declaration of Independence he addressed LGBT rights, equal pay for women and climate. “What makes us exceptional, what makes us America is our allegiance to an idea articulated in a declaration made more than two […]


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CCSU Flexes Voting Muscle, But Non-Voters Still Remain

November 13th, 2012
3 years ago

By: Eric Stadalnik    What initially began as a search for non-voting students quickly turned into the realization that Central Connecticut State University has a voice in the election and wants it to be heard. In a study held on campus, those saying they had voted came close to eighty percent, far higher than any […]


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Are Students Voting This Year?

November 13th, 2012
3 years ago

By Sandra Aggrey With Barack Obama winning the majority of student votes back in 2008, many are left wondering if the young population will carry as much weight in this year’s presidential election. It is no secret that students are often criticised over their lack of interest in all things politics, so it was a […]


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A Political Rollercoaster

November 13th, 2012
3 years ago

By Spencer Brickney, Special To The Recorder  You know those moments before a date arrives? That period in time when the tension is unbearable and the rushing in your ears is deafening? That is the best way I can describe the first half hour being at the Andrew Roraback headquarters. And like many  dates, everything […]


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2012 Presidential Election Importance

October 28th, 2012
3 years ago

By Justin Muszynski The 2012 Presidential Election will end up being one of the most pivotal that this country has ever seen. Its memorability likely won’t supersede 2008 where the United States elected its first ever African American president,  but this year’s will be more crucial than the last one. The country is in a […]


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Donald Trump Atempts To Buy Off U.S

October 28th, 2012
3 years ago

By Amanda Webster This past Wednesday Donald Trump took to Twitter and tweeted that he would be making a very important announcement that would change the course of the presidential race. As it turns out, Trump’s election altering announcement was nothing more than a bribe dressed with so-called “good” intentions. While sitting behind his desk, Trump […]


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