Kid Ink. Photo by: Devin Leith-Yessian, The Recoder

CCSU Spring Concert Sees Large Student Turnout

May 9th, 2016
4 months ago

by Nicholas Leahey Students at Central Connecticut showed up in droves to Kaiser Gymnasium Saturday night to see music artists Bryson Tiller and Kid Ink in the annual Spring Concert put on by the Central Activities Network (CAN) and Student Government Association (SGA). The sold-out Kaiser Gym saw stellar performances from both acts. “I have […]


Victims of Abuse Share Trauma, Evoke Change

April 13th, 2016
5 months ago

by Joshua Quintana Semesters in Devil’s Den was transformed last Tuesday into a space where survivors of sexual, physical and mental abuse were welcomed to share their struggles, experiences and stories of survival. Take Back the Night is an event that brings awareness to sexual assault as well as physical and emotional abuse. The event […]

Drag Ball Fever Hits Central

April 11th, 2016
5 months ago

by Josh Quintana It’s 10:00 p.m. on Thursday, instead of shuffling over to Semesters,the regular Devil’s’ Den crowd heads to Alumni Hall for what is the best of the best as far as Devil’s’ Den goes – the Drag Ball. What is immediately evident upon entering the Drag Ball was the level of detail and […]


Phi Delta Theta, Creating Future Leaders

April 7th, 2016
5 months ago

by Kaitlin Lyle In an organization of “leaders leading leaders,” the fraternity Phi Delta Theta at Central Connecticut stands prominently as a brotherhood of strength and integrity among their endeavors on and off campus. While its original organization was created on Dec. 26, 1848, at Ohio’s Miami University, the fraternity at CCSU was founded by Jason […]

Improv Group “Simply Unemployable” Visits CCSU

February 4th, 2016
7 months ago

by Corey O’Neill Students were in for a treat at the Semesters lounge in the Student Center last Wednesday evening. Members of the New York-based improv comedy group “Simply Unemployable” put on a great show that had students bursting with laughter. Hosted by Central Activities Network (CAN) as part of Winter Week, the hour-long event concluded […]


The Snoball in Wonderland

February 4th, 2016
7 months ago

by Joshua Quintana A line of well-dressed students waited in line for the dance of the semester in Alumni Hall, Friday Jan. 29th. As students waited with their dates for doors to open, Students voiced their excitement to finally be able to enjoy the Snoball. The doors haven’t opened around around eight. Ten minutes after, […]

Poetry by “G” Ties Tradition and Innovation

February 4th, 2016
7 months ago

by Sheridan Cyr Spoken word artist George “G” Masao Yamazawa, Jr. visited Central Connecticut’s Devil’s Den on the first night of Central Activities Network’s “Alice in Wonderland”-themed welcome week of the Spring semester. G took center stage over a murmuring crowd of seemingly apprehensive students and blew away all doubt with an electrifying, compelling evening […]

Culture and Clothing Meet at ‘Views From the 860′

November 19th, 2015
9 months ago

by Analisa Novak Central Connecticut’s Fashion Design Club held a fashion show properly titled “Views From The 860,” Friday in Welte Theater. “This is a different type of fashion show. This is a fashion show for the 860,” host and emcee Nigel “SwizzySuede” Jessamy said at the start of the show. Welte Theater was almost […]

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Celebration of Sinatra’s Centennial Continues

November 19th, 2015
9 months ago

by Katelyn Avery “None But the Brave” (1965) played inside Torp Theater on Nov. 13th as the fourth Classic Friday Films of the fall 2015 semester. Frank Sinatra is the string within these movies, as the semester long event is meant to honor him. This year is especially exciting as December will mark the centennial celebration […]

CCSU Psychology Club Screens “Shutter Island”

September 7th, 2015
12 months ago

N.A.S. by Kaitlin Lyle The ominous weather of last Wednesday night served as a perfect framework of illusion for what the Psychology Club had prepared for both members and fellow students alike. As a final event, club members had chosen to screen the film “Shutter Island” in Marcus White Living Room at 8 p.m., a […]

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