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Mission: Bleed Blue Jumpstarts Student Participation

October 2nd, 2013
2 years ago

By Jacqueline Stoughton Central Connecticut State University is enacting a new initiative in an attempt to bring more awareness and participation to on-campus events that are sponsored by various organizations that exist at CCSU.  They’re calling this new initiative Mission: Bleed Blue. “Mission: Bleed Blue is a new initiative we’re starting on campus where we’re sponsoring […]


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Caught On Camera At…. Family Day

September 25th, 2013
2 years ago

Did you and your loved ones go to Family Day 2013 last week? Be sure to tag yourself and friends in these photos if you see yourselves!                              


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Administration Addresses Vance Hall Confusion

March 13th, 2013
2 years ago

By Kassondra Granata CCSU’s Vance Hall and eight Finance Committee recommendations were discussed at last week’s lengthy SGA meeting. Dr. Laura Tordenti, the vice president of Student Affairs and Dr. Richard Bachoo, the chief administrative officer, spoke during the student affairs report about the recent decision to put the Vance renovations on hold. “We just […]


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UConn STEM Research Upsets CSU Schools

February 27th, 2013
2 years ago

Malloy Proposes $1.5 Billion Initiative For UConn By Kevin Jachimowicz With the proposal to strengthen UConn STEM programs (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) moving forward, major financial support has led to excitement for some, but confusion for faculty and students at other state universities. “It could have been coordinated a lot better so that all levels […]


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CCSU Students Share Their Thoughts On Gun Control

February 27th, 2013
2 years ago

By Kassondra Granata On Dec. 14, 2012, 20-year-old Adam Lanza shot and killed 20 children and six adults at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Conn. Since this event, President Barack Obama as well as other leaders around the country have taken action implementing new gun laws in hopes to prevent this from happening again. […]


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Regents’ Subpar Strategy Will Ostracize Connecticut Residents

February 20th, 2013
2 years ago

The Connecticut Board of Regents for Higher Education was scheduled to vote yesterday on whether or not to approve a 5.1 percent tuition increase for in-state students and a decrease for out-of-state students by 2.6 percent. When this publication went out for print (Monday), our editorial staff was not aware if this proposal was approved […]


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Where Have All The Students Gone?

February 20th, 2013
2 years ago

Administration Looks For Answers By Amanda Webster For the second year in a row enrollment at CCSU has declined, leaving faculty and administrators asking “why”? According to the Office of Institutional Research and Assessment, enrollment is down by 3.1 percent. The Connecticut Board of Regents for Higher Education is projecting an annual one percent drop […]


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CCSU Stands With Sandy Hook

December 19th, 2012
3 years ago

by Amanda Webster Hundreds of members of the CCSU community came together Tuesday night to honor and mourn the lives tragically taken in the shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School on Friday. Twenty-six candles were lit at the front of Alumni Hall representing the teachers and children who were killed at the school and few […]


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Central Pushes LIU; Can’t Finish

November 5th, 2012
3 years ago

By Derek Turner Even in a loss to the Northeast Conference leading LIU Blackbirds Saturday afternoon, Central Connecticut Volleyball made a statement. The teams traded set wins through the first four before Long Island completed the victory and stayed undefeated in the NEC with a 15-8 fifth set win. “I think it was an exciting […]


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CCSU Kaiser Bubble Bursted

November 2nd, 2012
3 years ago

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 […]


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