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Like most college students after graduation, women’s studies graduate student Allegra Itsoga wasn’t sure what she wanted to do for a career. Her inspiration...

Recent graduate Jesse Manning, '18, and his girlfriend, Heidi Reinprecht, class of ’17, are already using their communications expertise to change lives 7,000 miles...

The Board of Regents for Higher Education — which governs the 17 Connecticut State Colleges and Universities (CSCU) — has recognized 18 CSCU faculty...

“It’s all for Lotus,” says Sterling White, referring to his young daughter. White graduates this month with his M.S. in sociology and says his...

Jonathan Gonzalez-Cruz is beating the odds. “Graduating college as an undocumented student is the exception — not the norm,” he says. Statistics verify his words....

Mick Powell is a poet who, she says, “likes revolutionary acts of resistance.” Resistance and revolution can take many forms, and Powell weaves both...
SCSU Respiratory Therapy Student John Priest, Class of 2018, at work at Boston Children's Hospital

The first time John Priest went to Southern, he dropped out to chase a baseball trainer’s job in New Hampshire. “Being young and foolish, I...

Graduating senior Terri Lane is ready to sing, to raise her voice — a soulful, mighty four-octaves — to the rafters for the latest...
SCSU students Eric Clinton, Tracy Tenesaca, and Alyssa Pearl Korzon

Scholarship support helps students make the most of their Southern experience. A new online application process makes it easy for them to apply. Business major...

It was a trial by fire for up-and-coming journalist Heidi Voight, ’10. “My very first live shot on air was as breaking as it...