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Coffee And Kala Was A Night To Remember

Brittney Willis, Contributor

March 3, 2020

It’s no secret that Central Connecticut has an abundance of talent circulating within the campus. At Coffee and Kala, an open mic social held by the Center for Africana Studies, students with diverse gifts are ...

The Devil Went Down To Arch Street

Julia Conant, Lifestyle Editor

March 3, 2020

The 21 and older crowd at Central can now enjoy an alcoholic beverage based on the university, thanks to a partnership between Five Churches Brewing and the CCSU athletics department. The drink is called The Devil Went Down to A...

C.A.N. Welcomes You To The Circus

Julia Conant, Arts & Entertainment Editor

March 1, 2020

Juggling, card tricks and... love taps? C.A.N.'s circus-themed winter formal was a night to remember. Last Friday, students pulled out their old prom outfits and gathered in Alumni Hall to eat hors d'oeuves and watch notable...

Movies Sure To Cure Boredom

Amina Feratovic, Contributor

March 1, 2020

If you are ever faced with the dreadful feeling of being unable to find what movie to watch during your free-time, here are some movies you should watch.   "To Wong Foo, Thanks for Everything, Julie Newmar" (1995) This 1995 mo...

A Queen To Remember

Mauriah Johnson, Assistant Arts & Entertainment Editor

March 1, 2020

If you've ever doubted RuPaul's skills, this will change your mind. Netflix introduced the series "AJ and the Queen" earlier this year in January, and I was definitely skeptical of dedicating my time to the show but let me...

Tune In With DJ Emily

Maddie Ceci, Contributor

March 1, 2020

A brief stroll through the Student Center is a part of many students' mundane routine on campus, but there is a moment that could simply be described as unique when walking by the radio station. With a quick side glance, on-goers...

Self Love And Fashion

Julia Conant, Arts & Entertainment Editor

March 1, 2020

C.A.N. turned fashion shows on their head last week. While the stigma is that fashion shows typically promote unrealistic expectations, however, C.A.N.’s fashion show was based around body positivity and inclusivity. Circus week...

Central Authors Presents Pampuro’s ‘Harlot’s Grace’

Julia Conant, Arts & Entertainment Editor

February 19, 2020

Central English professor Lynn Patarini took to the CCSU Bookstore to read two chapters of her newest novel and discuss the writing process. The spring semester’s first taping of Central Authors took place last Wednesday with Patarini (who wri...

The Abstract Quest for Visibility

Amina Feratovic, Reporter

February 19, 2020

In a time where many artists are struggling to shine light on intersectional queer visibility, Kevin Abstract (a.k.a. Ian Simpson) of BROCKHAMPTON uses his music to express the struggle of being a person of color and part of t...

‘Sonic The Hedgehog:’ A Modern Horror Classic

Samuel Pappas, Reporter

February 19, 2020

“Sonic: The Hedgehog” is a 2020 children's film about a blue eldritch horror that commits theft, vandalism and manslaughter while moving at a relatively high velocity. While some critics have been quick to label this film as a marke...

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