Students And Administrators Attend CSU Day At Capital Building

April 28th, 2016
5 months ago

by Nicholas Leahey A handful of students and administrative faculty attended Connecticut State University (CSU) Day at the state capital building in Hartford last Tuesday, March 19, along with other students and faculty from other schools in the Connecticut State Colleges and Universities (CSCU) system, amid a backdrop of the state’s ongoing budget crisis. Representatives […]


Blue Devils Show Progress With Annual Blue-White Game

April 25th, 2016
5 months ago

by Dillon Meehan With only a handful of months before Central Connecticut’s football season kicks off, the team gathered for their annual Blue-White game. The game that featured the Blue team (offense) against the White team (defense) is less for the players’ benefit than it is a chance for the fans to get excited about […]


Victims of Abuse Share Trauma, Evoke Change

April 13th, 2016
6 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 […]

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Welcome, Donyell

April 13th, 2016
6 months ago

by Dillon Meehan After days of speculations and rumors, Central Connecticut officially announced the hiring of Donyell Marshall last Wednesday. The following day, CCSU held a press conference in Founder’s Hall to formally introduce Marshall as the tenth coach in the programs history. After landing a job as an assistant at the University of Buffalo, Marshall […]


Sanders the Projected Winner for Many CCSU Voters

April 13th, 2016
6 months ago

Video by Taylor Jacobs by Jacqueline Stoughton As Connecticut primary night looms near, many Central Connecticut students have plans to cast their votes for Bernie Sanders. The vast majority, however, either don’t plan on voting or know what the purpose of the primary election is. “I’m voting for Bernie Sanders. I know a lot of […]

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Men’s Ice Hockey Beat Rivals William Patterson

February 11th, 2016
8 months 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
8 months ago

by Jacqueline Stoughton NASHUA, NEW HAMPSHIRE — 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 debate last Thursday hosted right on campus, students were able to get involved in the election season experience in full. […]


BOR President Ojakian Visits CCSU, Addresses Student and Faculty Concerns

February 10th, 2016
8 months 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
8 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, […]


Reflecting on President’s Influence on Central, Announces Retirement

February 3rd, 2016
8 months 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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