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Members of the Southern community step up to donate masks, gloves, food, supplies and more Suzanne Huminski hadn’t looked at her sewing machine in 17...

Jack Gesino, an associate professor of social work at Southern who specializes in elder care, said that social isolation and loneliness can alter a...

Trucks with hospital beds and medical equipment pulled up outside Moore Fieldhouse on March 31, 2020, as the National Guard began the assembly of...

The New Haven Independent ran an article, "SCSU Prof, Students Work Through The Covid Grief" (March 31, 2020), about Frank LaDore, director of Transfer...

Solar power provides approximately eight percent of the electricity used at Southern — thanks to two multifaceted solar installations on opposite sides of campus....

Sally Sizer, who works as a secretary for the Department of Recreation, Tourism and Sport Management at Southern and a professional dog trainer, offers...

Journalism Professor Frank Harris III, an award-winning columnist for the Hartford Courant, speculated about the impact of the coronavirus pandemic in a recent op-ed,...

Andrew Toce, '14, LPC, ADS, works in his own private counseling practice, with a focus on sports psychology. Read our interview with him and...

You've probably said it to yourself more than once during the past few weeks: "I feel like I'm living in a movie." The coronavirus...
Collin Walsh, '08, and his wife, Amika

Congratulations to Collin Walsh, ’08, who was awarded a highly prestigious Thomas R. Pickering Foreign Affairs Fellowship for 2020. Designed to prepare outstanding young...