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Understanding the Plight of Detained Migrant Children According to the American Academy of Pediatrics, migrant children who are detained at the U.S. border “face almost...
SCSU art professor Thuan Vu reviewing student artwork in Earl Hall

Students paint and draw their way through the pandemic, tackling assignments that nod to life today — from masks to 6 feet of separation. COVID-19...

Southern Connecticut State University is committed to a mission of social justice, and to address that mission more directly, the university recently welcomed its...
Students Alexandra Cervone and Miles Bagoly play the game Rocket League.

Miles Bagoly, ‘22, and his friend Brian Harner, ‘22, were merely looking for other students who were interested in playing collegiate Rocket League —...

Diane Nowak Health & Movement Sciences You've researched careers, searched your heart, and found your calling. You excitedly begin to look at the programs at...

Black History Month, also known as National African American History Month, is an annual celebration of achievements by Black Americans and a time for...
Elsie Okobi

Elsie Rogers Halliday Okobi, professor of educational leadership and policy studies at Southern, will help train library staff members in Kenya as part of...
Mr Nyle Fort

On January 15, 2021, Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. would have been 92 years old. The university commemorates Dr. King's birthday each year with...

Students at Southern are recognized for their high academic achievement by being placed on the dean’s list of their respective schools. In order for...
Physics Professor Elliott Horch and students work in the university's observatory

It is easy to take the night sky in Connecticut for granted, especially when some of its finer elements are obscured by air and...