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Local flavor: Grillo’s Pickles banks on tradition that started in Norwich
It was in a moment of despair that Travis Grillo ’06 came up with a million-dollar idea. After four productive meetings with a recruitment team at Nike, Grillo thought he was about to land his dream
Welcome to Bassett Hall
By Amy J. Barry It took 167 years for Ebenezer Don Carlos Bassett to be recognized not only as the first student of color to graduate from Central (class of 1853), but for his lifetime of achievements
Building on the past, Central reopens Willard-DiLoreto complex
When the university community convened to celebrate the official ribbon-cutting of the newly renovated Willard-DiLoreto complex on Feb. 20, hundreds of well-wishers attended the festivities for what
2030 Strategic Plan
In 2019, President Toro invited the Central community and business leaders to help develop a new path forward for the university. Based on their input through a survey, interviews, work group meetings
Central fights back against food insecurity
Her colleagues will say that Maria Alvarez loved three things: students, her work in Central's Registrar’s office, and volunteering at her local food pantry. Alvarez, who worked for the university for
Augmented reality brings geology students down to earth
If you happen to catch students and faculty playing in a sandbox in Copernicus Hall any time soon, don’t be alarmed. The physical sandbox is only part of the equation. When you add a 3D camera, a
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