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Cardona, Lamont visit Central on first day of classes
A surprise visit by two special guests made for a memorable first day of classes on Aug. 29. U.S. Secretary of Education Miguel Cardona ’97 and Governor Ned Lamont are longtime supporters of the state
VirtualSpeech offers safe space for public-speaking prep
Glossophobia, the fear of public speaking, is said to be one of the most common phobias. After the years of social isolation caused by the pandemic, that fear has only increased for some people. To
Central announces new logos, brand guidelines
The Central Connecticut State University brand is sporting a new look. The university’s Marketing and Communications team unveiled a brand-new logo system and marketing and promotional tools at the
Move-in day is a busy one
Freshmen at Central Connecticut State University students moved onto campus on Sunday. Watch the coverage by WTNH:
Theatre Department announces Sept. 5 auditions
The Theatre Department will hold auditions for the fall productions of “Silent Sky” (all roles except Annie Cannon are cast) and “Eurydice” by Sarah Ruhl, and the BFA Performance program on Tuesday
Sign up for a Success Central peer mentor
Success Central is gearing up for its 10th year of providing research-based peer mentoring to first- and second-year students. Success Central helps students reach their goals throughout the academic
Alumna takes helm of 'Seasoned' on Connecticut Public Radio
Connecticut Public recently announced that Robyn Doyon-Aitken '97 will take over as host of the local food show "Seasoned" on Connecticut Public Radio. Read more here:
CCSU soccer teams earn Team Academic Award
The United Soccer Coaches College announced its annual Team Academic Award winners on Aug. 16, and both the men’s and women’s soccer teams received the award. The honor recognizes teams that collected
CCSU builds community connections
By Sarah Kaufman Visitors to Wintergreen Woods in Wethersfield can now access more areas of the park thanks to a gift to the town from Central Connecticut State University’s Department of Civil
CCSU sets buzzworthy sustainability goals
By Sarah Kaufman A quiet hum emanates from the two four-foot-high boxes tucked behind the greenhouse on the campus of Central Connecticut State University. Located between Nicholas Copernicus Hall and