Prognosis is good for a productive semester in new nursing lab

Professor Kerri Langevin reviews material as students prepare to practice physical assessment skills in the cramped nursing department lab last semester. Work on a new home for the department in Copernicus Hall is under way. (Photo by Johnathan Henninger)

The mood around the Department of Nursing has been understandably upbeat lately. In mid-February, students, faculty, and staff started moving into a new, state-of-the-art space in Copernicus Hall nearly three times the size of its current home.

“We are just so cramped for room,” Interim Department Chair Catherine...

By Loretta Waldman

Campus News

Mosaic Committee to host conversation with Michelle Alexander

“The New Jim Crow” author to take part in Feb. 28 conversation on race, incarceration Noted civil rights lawyer, advocate, and legal scholar Michelle Alexander is scheduled to be on campus Wednesday, Feb. 28, to take part in a moderated conversation on race, the justice system, and mass incarceration in America. Alexander...

By Loretta Waldman

Big number: University Singers celebrate 25 yearsCentral Connecticut State University’s elite choral group, the University Singers, will add a touch of silver to downtown New Britain this May when the...

Rainbow Breakfast celebrates work of LQBTQ community and alliesAs students, faculty, and guests shared their coming-out stories at the inaugural Rainbow Breakfast on Oct. 13, a common theme emerged: share your story and...

Student life, in their own wordsIn fall 2017, Professor Mary Collins from the English Department asked three of her narrative nonfiction writing classes to pen stories about some aspect of...

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Physics student among ‘best of the best’

The first books Jalal-ud-din Butt remembers reading were about space. He dreamed of becoming an aerospace engineer or maybe an astronaut when he grew up. Now, 20, Butt ’19, still has his eyes on the heavens, but his childhood career goals have evolved a bit. Plasma physics is where he sees his future these days and, if his...

By Loretta Waldman

Psych major brings unique perspective to Middletown Board of EducationWhen Edward Ford Jr. declared his intention to run for the Middletown Board of Education, he knew it was an unprecedented move. He is, after all, a junior in...

Kappa Mu Epsilon chapter welcomes new membersCCSU’s Kappa Mu Epsilon chapter, Connecticut Gamma, held its second initiation ceremony on Nov. 17 in Memorial Hall. The chapter launched last March with...

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Students, teachers think outside the box

As an Art Education major, Jessica Figueroa is required to learn about brain science. When she was called upon to teach about it recently, she embraced the challenge and put her artistic talents to work. After introducing herself to a small group of seventh graders at CREC’s Academy of Science & Innovation, she held up a...

By Loretta Waldman

News apps emerge at CCSU hackathonCentral Connecticut State University’s Department of Computer Science hosted a hackathon for young coding enthusiasts on Oct. 21 in collaboration with...


Blue Devils win big for sportsmanship

The Northeast Conference announced the winners of its annual Fall Team Sportsmanship Awards on Jan. 16, and four of six awards went to CCSU Athletics teams — Women’s Cross Country, Men’s Soccer, Women’s Soccer, and Women’s Volleyball. “The awards are designed to acknowledge the team in each...

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Halloween Safe Zone 2017 When the streets closed in downtown New Britain on Oct. 31, hundreds of super heroes, witches, ghosts, and their parents descended on the Downtown District...

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