Tuesday, December 11, 2018

Campus News

A Lot to JUGGLE

Renee Bennett, 30, says she recently watched on helplessly as doctors investigated her 2-year-old son, Taekyung. If it was a cold, Bennett knew how to handle it; a little Tylenol would combat the typical ills a child would get. But this time, doctors eventually figured out that her son had a virus called gastroenteritis, which is an infection...

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Then to Now: 125 Years of Southern

Just three faculty members, including Principal Arthur B. Morrill, and fewer than 90 students, all of whom were female, attended for the first day of school at what would later become Southern Connecticut State University on Sept. 11, 1893. Then called the New Haven State Normal School, the institution was used to train educators according to Thomas J....

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Local Politics and Southern Students

Justin Farmer’s distinct silhouette, with his square-rimmed glasses and hair sticking out of a large pair of headphones, appeared on campaign signs in Hamden during the fall 2017 election season – political advertisements unlike the countless blue and red starred signs typical of other candidates. This fresh image showcased one of the new perspectives brought to local politics...

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Living in   Fear

Living in Fear

Mirka Dominguez-Salinas had to pay full out-of-state tuition to attend Southern because she was unable to prove her residency in Connecticut. Dominguez-Salinas was born in Mexico, came to the United States with her family in 2001, and now lives in Wallingford. The education major, who graduated in December 2017, is a recipient of the Deferred Action for Childhood...

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