At last September’s club fair, one group in particular stood out as new sign-up sheets continuously were being added to the table after students heard a brief description of planned activities.
The Japanese American Cultural Club is planning on going in a new direction this semester that club president Raymond Feliciano hopes will illustrate the club’s commitment to a more comprehensive understanding of Japanese culture, history and society.
This year, CCSU hosted the ASME East human powered vehicle challenge, bringing 28 teams from around the world.
The integration of Connecticut’s affiliate Fox 61 with the Courant has created a new kind of media beast.
Culture Shock, an event that features performances from across the African Diaspora, received Event of the Year at the Annual Club Recognition Dinner on Monday.
A collection of photos from Culture, a fashion show/performance that took place Friday, April 16 in the student center.
There was a smaller than desired turnout at Torp Theatre for the Muslim Student Association’s “Inspirational Memoirs of a Muslim Poet” lecture. Still, the first few rows were packed with people from the area’s Muslim community. The presenting poet, Boonaa Mohammed, had no trouble winning over the mostly Muslim audience.
CCSU’s NORML chapter will be rallying on campus and taking over the student center circle on Tuesday, April 20 for its inaugural 4/20 hemp and marijuana educational event.
As part of their pro-gun protest that had lasted all last week, Central’s Riflery and Marksmanship club hosted National Rifle Association speakers last Thursday to help inform students on how to become more effective activists both on and off campus.
The CCSU Riflery and Marksmanship Club is hosting the campus empty holster protest…