The Recorder

To Our Sports Editor

Daniel Fappiano, Trevi Alickolli, and Ryan Jones

May 9, 2019

For the past year, Patrick Gustavson has been the Sports Editor of The Recorder. Without him, many of us wouldn't have the leadership needed to grow as a section or as individuals. As a group, we decided to come together and remember...

Dear Jordan

September 15, 2018

  Dear Jordan, While I am at school, I live with my brother and a long-time roommate in a three bedroom house. As a student with a considerably lower income, I pay less towards bills than the two other members of the...

Editor’s Column: Central’s Web Issues Are Getting Annoying

February 9, 2018

by Angela Fortuna Over the course of the past several weeks, Central Connecticut State University students and faculty received 11 emails from Campus Announcements regarding web-related issues that continue to be unresolved...

Was the Pepsi Commercial Really that Controversial?

April 15, 2017

by Kimberly Pena Pepsi and Kendall Jenner have been under attack after the release of a new commercial which some viewers felt was a mockery of the marches and protests happening around the country, specifically the Black Lives ...

Free College Tuition for New York Residents

April 14, 2017

Public colleges and universities in New York will grant free tuition to middle-class residents beginning in fall 2017; a significant step in the right direction to benefit upcoming generations. In order to qualify for free tuition,...

It’s Still Complicated for Student Athletes

April 6, 2017

by Kimberly Pena The question of whether college athletes should be paid is highly debated in the world of sports and beyond. These college athletes spend many hours training, working out, studying films and on top of th...

Too Close to Home

April 5, 2017

Three people were shot and injured in New Britain near the Central Connecticut State University campus last Wednesday around 7 a.m. The three people were a woman and her 12-year-old and 17-year-old kids, who were all transported...

Hodgman Resigns From Hartford School System

March 30, 2017

Jill Cutler Hodgman, Hartford school system's chief labor and legal officer, has resigned after agreeing to a separation arrangement, according to The Hartford Courant. This agreement will keep Hodgman on the school system's...

Connecticut Police Show Little Interest In Body Cameras

March 29, 2017

by Lorenzo Burgio As a student who has worked multiple retail, labor and customer service jobs throughout college, it's baffling when police officers oppose the use of body cameras. It is difficult to remember a job where secu...

Farewell: My Turn to Say Goodbye

May 5, 2016

by Jacqueline Stoughton I've always known that being a journalist is what I'm meant to do in my life. I had been active on my high school paper, further assuring me that I was making the right choice of what I wanted to study ...

The Curse of Leading

April 28, 2016

by Jacqueline Stoughton Over the past year I've had experiences in my personal life that I never imagined I would find myself having to endure. Those experiences inspired me to try and become a more 'positive thinker.' Every ...

Mississippi Needs to Move Back into the 21st Century

April 13, 2016

by Jacqueline Stoughton Despite the fact it's now 2016, Mississippi Gov. Phil Bryant (R) signed a bill last week allowing businesses to refuse their services to gay couples based on their religious beliefs and objections. Many...

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