Thursday, January 20, 2022

Arts & Entertainment

Tattoos & Piercings

Tattoos & Piercings

Alyssa Masi, sophomore, environmental systems & sustainability major, PHOTO | Kaitlyn Gerckens Kaylee Olenoski, freshman, communication disorders major, PHOTO | Kaitlyn Gerckens Anna Marsh, senior, interdisciplinary studies major, PHOTO | Brooke Kuryan Ellen Stansfield, senior, special education major PHOTO | Brooke Kuryan Maria Bernabucci, junior, social work major, PHOTO | Kaitlyn Gerckens Mike Nowek, graduate student, PHOTO |...

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A flair for fashion

A flair for fashion

McKenzie McDermott, senior, special education, PHOTO | Alessandra Lupo Mishel Noboa, junior, interdisciplinary studies, PHOTO | Sarah Shelton Zoe Pringle, sophomore, psychology, PHOTO | Sarah Shelton Rain Iaccarino, sophomore, sociology, PHOTO | Alessandra Lupo Rafaela Martinez, junior, journalism, PHOTO | Sarah Shelton Kira Hartnett (left), senior, education major, Francesca Lupo, senior, early education major, PHOTO | Alessandra Lupo...

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Staying hydrated with trendy water bottles

Staying hydrated with trendy water bottles

Adrienne Dillon, sophomore, communication major, PHOTO | Kaitlyn Gerckens Jake Rivera, sophomore, nursing major, PHOTO | Jason Edwards Joey Forster, freshman, psychology major, PHOTO | Kaitlyn Gerckens Alyssa Masi, sophomore, environmental systems & sustainability major, PHOTO | Kaitlyn Gerckens Selena Pacheco, junior, education major, PHOTO | Jason Edwards Amanda Depalma, senior, special education major, PHOTO | Brooke Kuryan...

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Learning to Love Yourself

Learning to Love Yourself

Self-love is the best kind of love. That’s the mantra of F.A.C.E. F.A.C.E., fashion, artistic, creativity and elegance, is a club that encourages confidence and feeling one’s best through photo shoots, runway walks and powerful dance choreography. Aaron Gray, a senior healthcare studies major, is the current president of F.A.C.E. Gray joined F.A.C.E. during his freshman year. Almost...

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Creativity Leads to Careers

From the Classroom to the Comics

The Hulk has smashed his way from comic book art to the big and small screens multiple times. Daredevil has blindly saved the lives of many, and now actor Keanu Reeves is half-mortal, half-God in his new comic, BRZRKR. Often what people do not see, are the artists behind the comics. Ron Garney, comic book illustrator for Marvel,...

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Metalworking Sparks Art

Metalworking Sparks Art

https://youtu.be/jq-rrFyVCXU Whether students are looking to work with metals for a future job or just looking for a more creative elective, the metalworking classes are a place to start. Southern is home to Connecticut’s only four-year metals program. The program focuses on a variety of different techniques and has students work with both cold and hot metals. They...

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Creativity Leads to Careers

Creativity Leads to Careers

https://youtu.be/h-P3Q5hliiQ The studio art program at the university encourages a wide variety of skill sets and art styles. The “The beauty of the studio art program at Southern Connecticut State University is that we follow the liberal arts mission and guidelines that Southern has. have to take classes in four other concentration. The junior and senior programs,...

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Staying Safe and Stylish

Staying Safe and Stylish

Alexa Corsa, Health Care Studies, Freshman. Photos | Jason EdwardsTariq Phillips, Business Management major, SophomoreMadison Alexis, Junior IDS Major (Concentrations in Sociology, Gender Studies and English)Jonathan Colassione, Business Management major, SophomoreJanaea McLean, Economics major, SeniorLetitia Adumoah, Health Movement Science, SeniorAshley Maxelix, Sociology with a concentration in criminal justice, SeniorTyler Capasso, Nursing, FreshmanOlivia Liberti, Nursing, FreshmanNolan Skehan, Communications, SophomoreKrista...

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A stitch at a time

A stitch at a time

It began with making cloth masks out of cut-up old T-shirts and rubber bands in spring 2020. They were uncomfortable and were not properly fitting Lauryn Giuliano, a sophomore psychology major.  “Obviously there was a huge shortage of the regular, blue surgical masks in stores everywhere,” says Giuliano. “So I needed a solution.”  She found some people making...

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