Southern Journalists Make Regional and National Headlines
Returning to Ghana
New Haven Mayoral Archive Established at Southern
School Health Education Master’s Prepares Grads for a Growing Field
Oct 4, 2018
During the worst days of his childhood, Adam Christoferson, ’10, turned to music as both his anchor and escape hatch. As a kid, he...
Aug 13, 2018
You know your college business course is a standout when it inspires you to launch an actual business. So it was for Jack Dowe,...
Aug 9, 2018
Julia Rotella, ’17, excelled in honors-level courses at Masuk High School in Monroe, Conn., and had her pick of potential colleges. Drawing on her...
Southern and Shakespeare In the Park
Aug 8, 2018
Elm Shakespeare Company returns to New Haven's Edgerton Park this summer with one of the Bard's less performed plays, Love's Labour's Lost. Celebrating its...
Aug 1, 2018
As a high school football star from northern New Jersey, Rick Capozzi, ’83, was being actively recruited by several NCAA Division I universities when...
Jul 10, 2018
Andrew Chu, '10, MBA '13, is energized by the lightning-fast pace of a restaurant startup. "If I went to a 9 to 5 desk...
Communication Alums Help Ugandan School through Film
May 30, 2018
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...
Owl Update: Catching Up with NBC Connecticut Morning Anchor Heidi Voight, ’10
May 8, 2018
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...
Walsh a Track Star at Alumni Meet
Nov 14, 2017
Former Southern track and field All-American Collin Walsh, ’08, who suffers from multiple sclerosis and has been paralyzed from his mid-section to his toes,...
Nov 7, 2017
It’s the last Wednesday in May, and Jason Facey, ’14, is flying out of Los Angeles to dance with Gwen Stefani — one of...
Page 2 of 4
© 2016 Southern Connecticut State University.
About News at Southern