Sunday, August 25, 2019

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Faith

By Victoria Bresnahan When Rachel Schaffer, a sophomore, disclosed to her family she was converting to Islam, she says they were afraid she would receive scrutiny. On campus, however, she says no such experience has ever occurred. “I think so far this new generation is pretty understanding,” she says. “So, I haven’t really felt any scrutiny at Southern....

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Behind the Bird

Underneath a feathered, blue jumpsuit and signature caricatured headpiece, beats the heart of school spirit. Constructed of heavy fabric, foam and plastic, mascot gear insulates heat; things get uncomfortably warm, rather quickly. So, when the time comes for Otis the Owl to come out of his nest, who takes the heat? Otis the Owl...

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Funky Hair

Funky Hair

Whether it is a short, colored pixie cut or long natural curls, some students have their own style and preference which allows them to control how they appear on the outside. Emma "Justine" Conley, junior psychology major (Meghan Olson/Crescent Magazine) For Emma Justine Conley, a junior psychology major, hair color and style has ultimately...

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Crescent magazine highlights the issues that impact students at Southern Connecticut State University in New Haven, Conn.

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