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This year marks the 400th anniversary of the first enslaved Africans' arrival in the American colonies, and several Southern professors are marking the anniversary...

Norbert K. Tavares, '06, first attended college in Florida where he was discouraged from planning a career as a biologist, despite his passion for...

Vietnam is often viewed by Americans as a country heavily influenced by China, its neighbor to the north. After all, the Vietnam War –...

If you talk to veterans who use the Veterans Center at Southern about what brings them back day after day, it’s not amenities such...

At the Downtown Evening Soup Kitchen (DESK), students from Southern's Department of Nursing, along with community health workers from Project Access, participate in Know...

It's that time of year again, when many folks make New Year's resolutions about losing weight, eating more healthily, and getting into better shape. Dr....

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

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...

Alyssa (Weskolowski) Brown, '11,  is singing a very different shark song than the rest of the world. The SCSU nursing graduate and her husband, Zach,...

If you are not familiar with a nanometer, it might be hard to imagine just how small it is (for reference: there are 25,400,000...