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The Importance of Baltimore’s Anger Over Freddie Gray

July 2nd, 2015
1 month ago

The events surrounding the death of Freddie Gray at the hands of the Baltimore Police Department are mired in mystery. When three officers arrested him (for reasons that still remain unclear), video footage shows him being hauled into a police van shouting in pain from an injured leg. When Gray arrived at the police station, […]


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Why Bruce Jenner is so Important

July 2nd, 2015
1 month ago

N.A.S. by Jacqueline Stoughton Bruce Jenner, the world famous olympian who’s better known as that world famous dad from “Keeping Up With The Kardashians,” shocked the world with a personal confession he made on ABC’s “20/20″ with Diane Sawyer: he’s a Republican. Not so shocking, was his revelation to Sawyer confirming what we’ve all been […]


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Central Offers More Than Just Affordability For Transfers

July 2nd, 2015
1 month ago

N.A.S. by Nicholas Leahey Jacob Wilson is like every other college freshman at Central Connecticut. Every day, he goes to class, works out and plays the occasional video game with his suite mates. There is, however, something that sets Jacob apart from many other people on campus; he is a transfer student. Originally an accounting […]


Album Review: “Love Death Immortality”

January 4th, 2015
7 months ago

By Acadia Otlowski “Love Death Immortality” is the second album released electronic group The Glitch Mob. It was released in early 2014. While not quite magnificent as the group’s previous album, “Drink the Sea,” this album combines slow beats with fast ones to create a complete work that can only be enjoyed fully by listening […]


Urban Outfitters Seeks Attention, Offends Again

September 27th, 2014
10 months ago

Urban Outfitters has outdone themselves, yet again. The clothing company has proven to dramatically and improperly cross the fine line between edgy and tasteless. The company is once again under fire for its offensive clothing choices, this time for releasing a bloodstained Kent State hoodie, labelled as “vintage” by the company. For those unaware of Kent […]


Fall CAN Concert: Bryce Vine

September 27th, 2014
10 months ago

By Inasia Woods The Trendsetter Tour made a stop at Central on Thursday night for a free Bryce Vine concert. The show was a special edition of Devil’s Den brought to students by Central Activities Network. Touring is Vine’s favorite part of being a musician,according to the artist. “Getting to do the tour: seeing places I would […]


CCSU Takes First Steps to Becoming a Smoke-Free Campus

September 11th, 2014
11 months ago

By Jacqueline Stoughton Students return to a campus that now caters to non-smokers through the creation of new smoking stations around campus. The university hopes smokers on campus will voluntarily use them to smoke. Smoking centers are located sporadically among the grounds: Diloreto-Willard Hall parking lot, near Copernicus Garage, between Welte Hall and the Student Center and Kaiser Lot […]


“Recess”: Skrillex Releases First Full Length Album

April 16th, 2014
1 year ago

by Sean Begin Sonny Moore, better known by his alias Skrillex, grabbed the attention of American pop culture in 2010 when he released his YouTube-sampled “Scary Monsters and Nice Sprites” EP. With songs more reminiscent of angrily arguing Transformers than traditional instrumental music, Moore succeeded in helping take dance music mainstream. Now, after six years […]


Lacrosse Splits First Two of Four Straight Home Games

April 16th, 2014
1 year ago

by Sean Begin Winning in sports by one is a unique situation. For the losing team, it can be particularly devastating to come up just short of a win. For the winning team, elation at pulling out the win can be a boost of confidence. In the first two of four straight home conference games, […]


Ban the Death Penalty

April 16th, 2014
1 year ago

By: Joe Suszczynski Capital punishment has always been one way with dealing with violent criminals. Sure, they have killed people to receive such a punishment, but is it right to carry out the punishment given? No. The death penalty in the United States should be prohibited in all cases. There is no point in discussing […]


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