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In case you needed another reason to stop by the Hilton C. Buley Library, now you can enjoy the added bonus of perusing the...

Southern's student thespians had another successful year at the Kennedy Center Region 1 American College Theatre Festival, bringing home awards and other recognitions for...

Southern’s new College of Health and Human Services building, which breaks ground March 6, promises to boost interdisciplinary research and dramatically enhance the student...

South Central Connecticut Regional Water Authority (RWA) hosted a tour for Southern Connecticut State University School of Business students on January 17 at its...

Born in the early ’80s, Eric Michael Schrader, ’10, spent much of his childhood dreaming up story lines and filming short parodies of...

A name change and brand new facilities are bringing exciting -- and cutting-edge -- enhancements to Southern’s Exercise Science Department, renowned for its programs...

Associate Professor of Sociology Cassi Meyerhoffer studies the role of race in American policing, as well as systemic racism and racial residential segregation, but...

Nearly six years ago Webster bank hired its first Southern Connecticut State University School of Business intern and kicked off an exclusive relationship that...

The awardees of the Faculty Creative Activity Research Grants (FCARG) competition for 2020-21 have been announced, says Robert S. Prezant, provost and vice president...

Ellen Durnin, dean of Southern Connecticut State University School of Business, is pleased to welcome Lindy Lee Gold and Lakisha Jordan to the Business Advisory Council. Durnin...