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Dean Ellen Durnin and the SCSU School of Business recently hosted the annual Business Etiquette Dinner in the Adanti Student Center Ballroom. Nearly 150...

Never underestimate the power of a great mentor. As a first-generation college student, Jacquelynn Garofano, ’06, came to Southern to major in physics —...
Peter Marra, '85, on shoreline releasing bird with tracking device back to the wild.

Scientist Peter Marra, ’85, views the world through the eyes of a naturalist — and that includes his childhood. “I was a feral kid,” says...

The Top Owl Social Justice Award is given to recognize contributions toward helping the university achieve its mission of creating and sustaining an inclusive...

Americans are divided on everything — except division. That's the not-so-stunning conclusion of an NBC News and Wall Street Journal poll in which 80 percent of...

Madhouse, funny farm, psychiatric hospital, loony bin, nuthouse, mental institution: no matter what you call it, the asylum has a powerful hold on the...

Southern Connecticut State University’s nursing program hit the half century mark this year, and the future looks exceptionally bright. The program has maintained its...

An aging population, emerging technologies, medical advances, and healthcare reform are reshaping the healthcare industry and creating an increased demand for skilled labor in...

Jacob Santos, '19, is one of only 14 Newman's Own Foundation Fellows for 2019-20 — and one of only three recipients to graduate from...

Ten years later, the Stutzman Family Foundation is still transforming lives. In January 2016 Candace Naude, ‘20, was sitting in the audience of the Broadway...