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By Danny Contreras On August 26th, 2013 CCSU began its first year providing students with U-Pass, a CT Transit-valid boarding pass that can be used in every major metropolitan area in Connecticut, including Hartford, New Britain and New Haven. The U-Pass will not only provide commuters from nearby towns a chance to save money on […]
CCSU’s Elihu Burritt Library was designated as a “literary landmark,” at a ceremony held last Friday at 3 p.m. At the event, a plaque was unveiled in honor of the library’s new status. This plaque, located at the entrance of the library, honors the library’s namesake, Elihu Burritt. Burrit, a New Britain native, was a […]
Student Government Association President Eric Bergenn said he hopes that senators will take on bigger roles this year after four senators stepped down last semester.
Associate Professor of English Ravi Shankar’s file in relation to the motor vehicle charges he faces has been statutorily sealed by the Meriden Superior Court.
The long-awaited general education reform may finally come to a conclusion this semester as the Faculty Senate Ad Hoc Committee will be making their final changes to their plans and submitting them to the Senate and Curriculum committee.
On Tuesday of last week, the system had temporarily shut down on freshmen scheduled to register that day, causing mayhem in the registration process.
By Kassondra Granata Vance Hall Resident Assistants Brittany Mahoney and Alex Kanopf hosted a program on Monday to prevent the use of the “r-word” in order to avoid hurting those with special needs. At a table in the student center, students were able to sign a plaque with the saying “Spread the word to end […]
CCSU Police Officer Phillip Billings pulled over a suspect alleged to be responsible for armed robberies in Hartford and West Hartford.
ven though CCSU changed the schedule for this semester, the new campus “University Hour” is still not being utilized to its full potential.
Carl Lovitt, Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs since May 2006, recognizes this and plans on emphasizing its importance to the Registrar’s office for the spring semester.
The University, hosting the largest fuel cell project in New England, is beginning a new system that will increase CCSU’s sustainability and set us apart from the other state universities.