Time almost came to a halt for 14-year-old Ahmed Mohamed Monday morning when he went to school with a clock he had made on his own within 20 minutes and was subsequently arrested. A Muslim living in Irving, Texas with an aspiration… Read More ›
Month: September 2015
Over the summer, student Clarence Pacete was moved to start a “Humans of WestConn” after a friend started one up at his college with a lot of success. This drove Pacete to start an Instagram account, @humansofwcsu, to begin his vision of “Humans of Westconn”.
Pacete’s goal of “Humans of Westconn” is to bring new unity into the student body.
“Hopefully when people see this account, people will want to find some new friends around campus, and also want to stay after classes and become more involved,” says Pacete. He envisions that more students will branch out and become more excited about going to Westconn.
Yogi Berra, one of baseball’s greatest old time catchers, managers, and one of the famed quotemen of baseball, died on September 23rd at the age of 90. Berra, whose career was spent entirely in New York playing and managing for both the Yankees and Mets, as well as coaching the Houston Astros, was considered one of baseball’s legends.
Shiny S. Patel General Sections Editor I thought that Marco Rubio was well-spoken during his performance during the Republican Presidential debate. During the brief introductory part of the debate, he tried making a joke about the drought in California, however,… Read More ›
Since deciding to go digital last semester, a lot of people asked me why we did it. Maybe they were asking out of pure curiosity or maybe it was because they think it was the dumbest decision that the staff… Read More ›
Jordan A. Sprogis Editor-in-Chief Due to the recent damage by woodchucks in Center Cemetery, New Milford is conducting an unusual organized hunt to control its population. The Center Cemetery is privately owned and has stones dating to 1719. The woodchucks’ population… Read More ›
Interview conducted by Alex Giobbi.