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Men’s Ice Hockey Beat Rivals William Patterson

February 11th, 2016
2 days ago

by Nicholas Leahey The Central Connecticut Men’s Ice Hockey Club Team (7-6-0) beat conference rivals William Patterson University (8-2-0) 2-0 Saturday in a tight and physical game at Newington Ice Arena. After a slow first period for the Blue Devils, the first goal was scored just 3:04 into the second period, when Captain Matthew Lis scored […]


University of New Hampshire Students Prepare for Primaries

February 10th, 2016
2 days ago

by Jacqueline Stoughton Students at the University of New Hampshire are rallying their support for Bernie Sanders the weekend before the primary voting event in their swing state. With the most recent Democratic debated last Thursday hosted right on campus, students were able to get involved in the election season experience in full. “There was a […]


BOR President Ojakian Visits CCSU, Addresses Student and Faculty Concerns

February 10th, 2016
2 days ago

by Jacqueline Stoughton After delaying his original visit, Board of Regents (BOR) President Mark Ojakian came to Central Connecticut last week to hold an open forum for both students and faculty to ask any pressing questions they have concerning contracts and other concerns regarding the future of the Connecticut State College & University (CSCU) system. “The few short months I’ve been in […]


The Snoball in Wonderland

February 4th, 2016
1 week 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, […]


Reflecting on President’s Influence on Central, Announces Retirement

February 3rd, 2016
1 week ago

by Jacqueline Stoughton Following a long and successful career in education, Central Connecticut President Jack Miller announced his retirement to begin in September, after 12 years of involvement with this campus and its community. Originating from Chicago, Miller initially had different intentions for his career path. Starting as a freshman at University of Tulsa, unsure of […]

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Negotiations Over Tenure Continue as Deadline Approaches

January 27th, 2016
2 weeks ago

by Nicholas Leahey Negotiations over the Collective Bargaining Agreement between the  Connecticut State University American Association of University Professors (CSU-AAUP) and the Board of Regents (BOR) are still in gridlock, as the March 1st arbitration deadline fast approaches. At the center of the conflict is the issue of faculty tenure, in which members of the […]


Board of Regents Face Angry Opponents

December 10th, 2015
2 months ago

by Ruth Bruno Student and faculty of Central Connecticut rallied yet again to protest the new contracts proposed by the Board of Regents (BOR). This time however, CCSU took the conversation to the BOR. Two buses, one packed with students and the other filled with faculty members left from the circle by the Student Center […]


Matt Swieton’s Return to his Rhythmic Roots

December 3rd, 2015
2 months ago

by Sheridan Cyr Central Connecticut graduate of 2012, Matt Swieton will be returning to campus as one of the musicians performing in Decaying in Decades’ “Home for the Holidays” show in Semesters Dec. 2nd. He is the only unique one in the setlist, because Swieton is not really a musician. His true passion is archeology, […]

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CCSU Students Join In Welcoming Refugees

December 3rd, 2015
2 months ago

by Christopher Marinelli  Despite a rainy morning, Central Connecticut students joined the ranks of about 400 people in attendance of a peaceful rally at the steps of the state capital to bring winter supplies for Syrian refugees and hear activists, pastors and community leaders welcome them. The movement held last Saturday was organized exclusively through […]

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Journalist Sara Ganim Tells Students To Embrace Their Youth

December 3rd, 2015
2 months ago

by Lorenzo Burgio Sara Ganim spoke to a room full of current and aspiring journalists in the Travelers Lecture Hall Nov. 17th at Central Connecticut State University. The Pulitzer Prize winning investigative reporter was famous for unveiling the Sandusky Penn State child sex abuse scandal while a reporter at The Patriot-News in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. Ganim’s […]

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