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The Center for International Education is reminding students interested in studying abroad that the deadline to apply is Monday, Dec. 1.
The American Red Cross will host a blood drive in two weeks in the hopes of attaining 65 pints of blood over the four days it will be held.
The Golden Key International Honor Society will hold a Thanksgiving food drive Tuesday and Wednesday to collect donations for the CT Food Bank to be given to those in the greatest need.
A panel consisting of ESPN staff members will be on campus Wednesday Nov. 17 to discuss multimedia sports journalism.
The event, sponsored by the CCSU chapter of the Society of Professional Journalists, will bring four current employees of ESPN to Vance 105 to share their thoughts on the current state of sports journalism with a focus on multimedia.
An insurance industry career day fair will be held Tuesday, Oct. 12, which will feature numerous insurance companies from across the state holding a roundtable discussion between their executives and students. The roundtable discussion is scheduled for 1 p.m.
Theology professor James Douglass is scheduled to speak Monday, Oct. 4 in Vance Hall on the connection between former president John F. Kennedy and President Barack Obama.
A theatre presentation will be held in the Constitution room on Wednesday, Oct. 20, to explore the realities of working on a diverse campus.
The Connecticut State University System awarded a historic amount of degrees to the class of 2010. According to a CSUS press release, the 7,005 degrees awarded to graduates at Central, Eastern, Southern and Western was the most ever awarded to one class and the first time more than 7,000 had ever been awarded.
Congressman John B. Larson (CT-01) will host a seminar Thursday, Sept. 9 to provide veterans and their families information on how to find employment within in the state.
The CCSU and New Britain Police Departments have announced that there will be a DUI checkpoint this Thursday, Sept. 9. In a press release issue by the CCSU police, the departments say that the checkpoint is part of “a continuing effort to deter motorists from driving while under the influence of alcohol and/or drugs.” According […]