The Espier Elevators are such a convenient service – when they’re working, which for Warner Hall on the Midtown Campus, seems to be a few hours each week before it runs out of steam and wears one of… Read More ›
Month: November 2015
Jordan A. Sprogis Editor-in-Chief As the Obama family was celebrating Thanksgiving, a Stamford man scaled the White House fence on Thanksgiving Day while wearing an American flag as a cape, prompting a lockdown. Secret Service spokesperson Robert Hoback said in an email on… Read More ›
Today, too many families and communities are being touched by the silent epidemic of heroin related overdoses, as many originate from a prescription for an opioid medication.
Senior Airman Kathleen Cass, a nursing student at Western Connecticut State University, has received a scholarship from the Exchange Club of Danbury in recognition of her service with the U.S. Air Force on active duty in Alaska, Texas and Ohio…. Read More ›
In an effort to educate bystanders more, the Avon Foundation for Women recently gave Western Connecticut State University a $10,000 grant. The grant was given through Avon’s “Speak Out Against Domestic Violence” initiative. It will be used to fund… Read More ›
Jordan A. Sprogis Editor-in-Chief I’m starting to wonder whether people forgot that the photos they shared of the families who drowned in the Mediterranean were Syrians, or if they’ve just become rather xenophobic since then. After Governor Dannel P…. Read More ›
Sunlight danced on the bright red trucks as a cordial young man, decked out in his Class A uniform, welcomed children and their families to the Germantown Volunteer Fire Department’s first open house since 1912.