The Recorder

A Run Down Of ‘America’s Team’s’ Off Season

Ryan Jones, Assistant Sports Editor

April 9, 2019

Filed under Football, Opinion, Sports

For over a decade now, the once proud football team in Dallas, "America's team" has been the butt of the football world's jokes. After playoff choke jobs, bad defenses and countless 8-8 seasons, the Cowboys shook up the NFL in...

Wendy Williams: A Real Life Hot Topic

Tyra McClung, Assistant Arts and Entertainment

April 3, 2019

Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Arts & Entertainment, Entertainment, Opinion

"How you doin'?” The famous phrase coined by former radio personality Wendy Williams is the same question millions have been asking the current queen of daytime television. The “Hot Topics” lady became become a hot...

Editorial: CSCU, Stop Hiking Our Tuition

April 3, 2019

Filed under Editorials, News, Opinion

Over the past 10 years, tuition has steadily increased by about 52 percent. The numbers, according to the Connecticut Post, have jumped from $7,178 in the 2008-09 year to $10,938 this year. If this continues, tuition could top...

MLB’s Proposed Pitching Rule Could Ruin Baseball

Ryan Jones, Assistant Sports Editor

April 3, 2019

Filed under Baseball, Opinion, Sports

The strategy behind baseball and how a game is managed can be just as important as the physical game itself. With the MLB's newly proposed rule, a large part of this strategy will be lost with the changing times. The rule,...

Who Will Take Home The Hardware At The NBA Awards

Trevi Alickolli, Social Media Editor

April 2, 2019

Filed under Basketball, Opinion, Sports

The NBA regular season is wrapping up and the playoffs are just around the corner. But even more exciting, for some anyway, the league will announce the regular season awards shortly. With that, let the debates begin. Here...

To My Grandfather

Dan Fappiano, Layout Editor

April 2, 2019

Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Opinion

I've never met my father. Growing up playing sports, it was always tough seeing my teammates and their dads throwing a baseball or playing basketball together. My mom is the best mom in the world, but when I was younger I always...

Letter To The Editor: On The SGA E-Board Election

April 1, 2019

Filed under Letters to the Editor, News, On-Campus, Opinion

Dear Editor, With respect to the front-page article regarding the election results two weeks ago, I do not believe your readers have received the full picture. For that reason, I have decided to write this letter. As a former...

What Cardi B Did Is Wrong, But Not Bill Cosby Wrong

Tyra McClung, Assisant Arts and Entertainment

April 1, 2019

Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Arts & Entertainment, Entertainment, Opinion

The latest trending Hashtag is "#SurvivingCardiB," a not so subtle play-off of the “Surviving Rkelly” docu-series. The 25-year-old rap mogul has found herself in the hot seat after a three-year-old Instagram live video...

Presidential Candidates’ Personal Lives Are Important

Maria Basileo, Photography Editor

April 1, 2019

Filed under News, Opinion

Campaigns for next year’s presidential election started off with a bang this year as candidates began announcing their runs as early as January. Over 15 Democrats have thrown their hats into the race, including Senators Bernie...

Barrows Next Top Model Promotes Inclusivity

Air Perez, Staff Writer

April 1, 2019

Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Arts & Entertainment, FASHION, Lifestyles, On-Campus, Opinion

Barrows Hall hosted a fashion show that promoted all kinds of beauty. The models ranged from short, tall, slim to curvy. Each model picked their own outfits and competed in three scenes: Spring, Neon and Redrum in order to participate...

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