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It’s never too late to get a college degree!

Starting college can be scary. There are so many new things happening all at once that it can be overwhelming. For most college freshman it is the first time they are truly aware of how important every decision they make is and how those decisions affect others. 573 more words

Field Trip: New York Times

Have you ever thought about the where newspaper articles are written and how they go from idea to print? Have you ever thought about how they know what articles you have enjoyed reading? 552 more words

Owls fall to Pace University 10-7, ending football season 2-9

Gary Williams waves to a player during the game against Pace University. 

Aaron JohnsonSports Editor

NEW HAVEN — The frigid fall air blew in as the Southern Connecticut State University Owls lined up. 608 more words


A new Trend in Social Media Marketing Courses

Social media is here to stay. It’s a form of marketing that can be the most effective if done the right way. Over the last few years courses in social media marketing have been on the rise as companies have embraced the idea of how to promote their respective brands. 149 more words

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Welcome to the World of Blogging

this is my first attempt at blogging as part of an experiment for introducing blogging in my web design class at Pace University.

Pat Kennedy Says The Under Belly Of College Athletics Has Been Cheating

Pat Kennedy is the former Head Coach of Towson basketball he is now the HC at Pace University in New York.

Pat joined Ed and Steve to talk about the recent stories involving cheating in college athletics and academics. 78 more words


Women’s soccer defeats Pace University

Andrew Tantillo - Special to the Southern News

Despite sporadic down pouring and slippery field conditions, the SCSU Women’s Soccer team played with enough consistency and stability to beat Pace University, 2-0, at Jess Dow Field on Wednesday night, extending its unbeaten streak to eight straight matches. 880 more words