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Diversity A Constant Work in Progress

February 24, 2009

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Diversity and issues of prejudice still remain prevalent at Central Connecticut State University, despite the July publication of a recommendation report by the Blue Ribbon Commission on Diversity. The commission, formed in direct...

Ned Lamont Discusses Financial Threats, War

February 24, 2009

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In a discussion surrounding President Barack Obama’s first 30 days in office and ties between war and looming threats an economic depression, Ned Lamont examined these issue on a local scale. Last Wednesday, Lamont, a lect...

On Average, Residents Maintain Higher GPAs Than Commuters

February 24, 2009

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The difference between a dorm full of friends and a comfortable home can alter CCSU students’ grade point averages drastically. Braden Hosch, Director of Institutional Research and Assessment at CCSU, determined which group...

Shepard’s Mother Encourages Awareness

February 20, 2009

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Judy Shepard Advocates for Openness of Mind and Civil Rights Judy Shepard of the Matthew Shepard Foundation gave a speech to discuss gay rights while relating it to the death of her son and advised people who aren’t sure h...

Finkelstein Discusses Israel’s Motives

February 20, 2009

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The tragedies in Gaza have been impossible not to notice in the past few years. Norman Finkelstein spoke in front of a full house in Founders Hall on the CCSU campus last Thursday about state terrorism in the Middle East, includin...

Tuition Hike Likely to Offset Budget Cuts

February 18, 2009

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CCSU President Jack Miller confirmed Wednesday that there will in fact be a tuition increase for the 2009-2010 academic year. Read More »...

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