Tuesday, January 21, 2020

Arts & Entertainment

Super Scooters

From left to right: Jillian Valeta, sophomore, Breanna Pelosi junior, Christopher Wilson, sophomore, and Kayla Kelley, sophomore. Jillian Valeta (left) and Kayla Kelley pose with their scooters on the Pedestrian Bridge.Kayla Kelley, sophomore, Accounting Frank Puello, Sophomore, BUSBenson Rodrigues, Junior, PHYBreanna Pelosi, Junior, IDSJillian Valeta, Sophomore, MUSChristopher Wilson, Sophomore, IDSChristopher Wilson performs a jump on the Pedestrian Bridge....

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Colorful Crocs

Kayla Punter, Freshman, Nursing Madelyn Vinsel, Senior , EducationJessah Doctor, Sophomore, Exercise ScienceMarsha Pierre, Senior, BiologyJazlynn Castillo, Freshman, Social Work Jaclyn Ray, Sophomore, Chemistry Anna Boyd, Freshman, EXP Jason Edwards Photo Editor (Crescent Magazine)

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Paris Postcards

For the month of July, seven Southern students spent the time with Paris as their classroom. They studied and explored the City of Lights and surrounding communities. The trip allowed us to go beyond the typical classroom experience by immersing us directly into Parisian culture and the complex metro system. While the trip may be long over, these...

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A Student’s Guide to Local Events

A Student’s Guide to Local Events

By Mia Hall International Festival of Arts & Ideas PHOTOS | Meghan Olson The International Festival of Arts & Ideas is hosted annually on the New Haven Green. The atmosphere is relaxing and carefree despite the hard work that goes into preparing for such a huge festival. Last year, the festival welcomed artists such...

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The Passionate & The Fashionable

By Izzy Manzo and Nate Johnston Jenna Palermo attributes her business, and decision to become an art major, to being raised by “artistic people.” Up until high school her schools lacked art programs, but her mom still made sure she was able to express herself artistically. “My mom converted an extra room of my house into an art...

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Beads of Courage

https://youtu.be/48cZTcrCXh8 By August Pelliccio Almost three years ago, Kayla Krenicki was given an 11 percent chance of surviving a case of acute lymphoblastic leukemia. She had attended her orientation to Southern and selected a roommate by the time she was first hospitalized. Her high school graduation had transpired a few weeks before. In the seven months it took...

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By Genevieve Jaser Consider the way people may present themselves to others. Immediately, a person may notice an outfit, smile, hair, but what about their nails? Like other exterior features, fingernails are a blank canvas that can be used to express one’s creative and artistic desires. Nail designs can be a characteristic to perfect, or upkeep—a job that...

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Forgotten Places

By Meghan Olson The former Student Center still stands behind the School of Business but lacks foot traffic with no active classrooms, departments or offices. These are some photographs inside the worn walls of this forgotten place.PHOTOS | WILL ALIOU & MEGHAN OLSON   Meghan OlsonPhoto Editor(Vern Williams/Crescent Magazine)

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Top 5: Campus Eateries

https://youtu.be/5B-onSAEzac By Jason Edwards 1 DUNKIN’ PHOTOS | August Pelliccio Located in the Michael J. Adanti Student Center, Dunkin’ serves students their favorite Dunkin’ menu options, from bacon, egg and cheese to coffee and coolata. Dunkin’ is a go-to for early morning classes, and includes a quiet sitting area with views of Fitch Street....

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