The Recorder

Trump Extends Social Distancing Guidelines Through April

Samantha Bender, Assistant News Editor

April 2, 2020

“The peak in death rate is likely to hit in two weeks. Therefore we will be extending our guidelines to April 30th to slow the spread,” President Donald Trump announced at a White House news conference on Sunday. Centra...

Spring Break Goers Underestimate Coronavirus

Kelly Langevin, Social Media Editor

March 25, 2020

The coronavirus has canceled many things thus far for college students, such as living in dorms, campus activities and in-person classes. Despite all these decisions, some college students decided their spring break down in...

Making the Most of this Crazy Time

Samantha Bender, Assistant News Editor

March 25, 2020

I certainly cannot be alone in feeling like the rug was completely pulled out from underneath me. One second I went from enjoying my classes and anxiously anticipating spring break to feeling like everything at my fingertips was...

News In Brief

Sarah Willson, Reporter

March 14, 2020

First CT Resident Tests Positive For COVID-19: The first Connecticut state resident tested positive for the Coronavirus over the weekend, according to state officials. The patient, who has not yet been identified but is...

whats new?

March 13, 2020

Oscar Wilde’s comedy The Importance of Being Earnest has opened at CCSU's  Black Box Theatre. The timeless classic is open to all, with $15 general admissions tickets and $7 for students and seniors. The show runs from Ma...

SGA Briefs

March 13, 2020

The Student Government Association meets every Wednesday at 3:05 p.m. in Bellin A and B in the Student Center. These briefs are from the SGA’s meeting on March 4. Fredy Rios of Lamba Alpha Upsilon fraternity requested a co-sp...

CCSU Cautions People Traveling Out Of State Over Spring Break

Isabella Chan

March 10, 2020

As of Monday, March 9, Central Connecticut has taken a number of steps to take precautions against the coronavirus, especially now that Spring Break is around the corner. The university had already issued to suspend any insitutionally-sponsored...

Why is Leadership Still Widely Associated with Masculinity?

Samantha Bender, Assistant News Editor

March 10, 2020

While we have recently seen an uprise in women leaders, masculine traits are still widely associated with leadership.  In a study conducted by Andrea Vial of New York University and Jaime Napier of New York University-Abu Dha...

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