Thursday, October 6, 2022

Activities

SIGNS are to EYES what WORDS are to EARS

SIGNS are to EYES what WORDS are to EARS

SCSU ASL Club logo Outside of the American Sign Language classes, there is a whole community of deaf and hard.of-hearing people whose culture can be spread. The ASL Club, founded in 2020 by current alum Meaghan Reilly, is dedicated to practicing signing and being more knowledgeable on the deaf community.   Jessica Komacki, a senior communication disorders major, was...

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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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WICCA

WICCA

The elements of nature, magic and witchcraft are pieces of the religion that Ana Lebron practices and has built a sense of community through.  “With Wicca, it’s very open, it’s very fluid,” says Lebron, a sophomore exploratory major. “I like the freedom that comes with it, and I like that everybody in that community is OK with that kind of...

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Taking Studies Abroad

Environment systems and sustainability major Ian Bergemann, a junior, says he felt a changed perspective, an open mind and a reinforced passion for the environment when he returned from his study abroad program in South Africa.  “Going over to those other countries helped me build a perspective of a worldview,” says Bergemann, “and that worldview is that, I...

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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 Freshman Chapter

The Freshman Chapter

By Genevieve Jaser It is a warm morning in August, and alarm clocks across Connecticut blare the all-too familiar tone; it is the first day of school.  For freshmen, both those who reside on and off campus, transitioning from high school to college may be an exciting but overwhelming thought. It signifies moving onward, and invites one to...

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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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BEST Buddies

Best Buddies Chapter President Anna Cullen, a special education major, believes inclusion on campus is extremely important, and Best Buddies promotes a positive and all-inclusive environment. “Best Buddies is important because it is all about inclusion,” says Cullen. “For people with intellectual disabilities and developmental disabilities, feeling included with their typical peers can be extremely difficult.” Best Buddies...

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