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Alumni

It's one thing to have an idea. It’s another to implement it, especially when there are multiple people involved — three — and other...

Poems can be prayers, life savers, and eye-openers. Poems can be therapeutic and transformational. For Southern alumnus and poet Rayon Lennon, '09, MSW '16,...

According to family lore, Romania-born cellist, Mihai Marica, ’07, first asked for a cello at age 3, wanting to emulate his talented father. The...

Patricia Mottola, a graduate of Southern's MFA in creative writing program and now an instructor in the program, was featured recently in the Hartford...

When Cliff Nordquist, ’90, and James O’Connell, ’90, founded Just Bagels in 1992, philanthropy wasn’t their No. 1 priority -- growing the business and...

Having a baby in the midst of a global pandemic isn't usually among new parents' plans, but for a Fairfield couple who met as...

Have the latest headlines about COVID-19 made you want to run away? How about just run? How about at 2 a.m.? Probably not. Yet there...

Spain — one of the nations most affected by the coronavirus pandemic — began a government-ordered nationwide lockdown on March 14, 2020. Southern graduate...

David Denino, '75, M.S. ’76, trained as a Red Cross crisis responder following the Sept. 11 attacks on the World Trade Center in 2001....

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