By Sophie Pizzo Last Wednesday, WCSU and the Macricostas Family Foundation hosted a screening of the award-winning 2015 documentary Beneath the Olive Tree, directed by Stavroula Toska and produced by Olympia Dukakis. The screening was organized by Dr. Theodora Pinou, Professor… Read More ›
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Running from mid-May to mid-June, the WCSU Summer Study Program in Spain allows for students to spend a summer attending class in Malaga, Spain at the cost of only $4,300, an estimated thousand dollars less than other schools’ programs.
The program is open to all WCSU students, and not only can it be used to fulfill the Intercultural Competency/Foreign Language requirement, but all classes taken can count for electives or major/minor requirements in Spanish. In addition to education, the program also gives students opportunities to travel to the cities of Madrid and Marbella and learn how to dance the flamenco and cook Spanish food like paella and tapas.
Looking to blow off some steam in midst of studying for finals? Need something fun to do on a Friday night? Look no further! Come check out local experienced folk-rock singer Chuck DelRossi whose music carries 60’s and 70’s rock… Read More ›
A few years into the elusive and exciting career of bounty hunting, Edwin Rivera decided to turn to the books and attend Western Connecticut State University to major in JLA from 1996 to 2001. And while challenging his creative side, Rivera ended… Read More ›
Worship leaders and songwriters Brothers McClurg are set to bring an evening worship,stories, and songs to the Community Coffeehouse (7 Madison Ave) in Danbury at 8 p.m. on April 16. The night will include a time of folk style “Worship… Read More ›
This week, from today, April 11th until Thursday April 14th, the Roots and Shoots club at Westconn is going to be hosting its annual ‘Animal Week’, a popular spring time event, at the university’s midtown and westside campuses. The event is free… Read More ›