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Southern alumna Jahana Hayes, '05, became the first Southern graduate to be elected to national office on November 6, 2018, when she won an...

On November 15, English adjunct instructor Shelley Stoehr-McCarthy and her family will open up their lives to the university community when a documentary film,...

Clara Ogbaa was recently named the university's new Director of Library Services. Ogbaa has been the Director of Library Services at Gateway Community College...
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A boot camp for individuals who would like to widen their computer programming skills to include Blockchain – a cutting-edge form of encryption technology...

Southern sculpture students have collaborated on "Silence the Violence,” a three-dimensional work referencing the national debate about 3D printed guns. Their socially engaged work...

Doris Kearns Goodwin is a world-renowned presidential historian, public speaker and Pulitzer Prize-winning, New York Times #1 best-selling author. She will talk about her...

During the worst days of his childhood, Adam Christoferson, ’10, turned to music as both his anchor and escape hatch. As a kid, he...
SCSU, CARE NewHaven participants

Southern has been awarded a 5-year federal grant of up to $3.68 million from the Centers of Disease Control and Prevention in an effort...

If you haven’t walked down Farnham Avenue lately, you should! A brand new solar array is under construction in parking lot 9 next to...
2018 graduates from SCSU Commencement

Undergraduate students at Southern soon will have the ability to complete their bachelor’s and master’s degrees in a combined five years in several majors...