WWI: From New Haven to the world

It’s not exactly the “forgotten war,” but popular interest in World War I has been overshadowed by its successor, World War II. Southern Connecticut State University highlighted Conn...

Students present capstone work at state WWI event

Southern journalism students presented their work to state officials and the public at the Connecticut State Library on April 6 on the 100th anniversary of the United States entrance into World War I....

Jack Barry misses 1918 World Series for WW1

By Edgar Ayala and Phil Zoppi, SCSU Journalism student Edgar Ayala and Phil Zoppi, journalism students at Southern Connecticut State University, reported this story as part of Journalism Capstone cour...

Connecticut women become workers during war

By Karlie Borges, SCSU Journalism student Karlie Borges, a journalism student at Southern Connecticut State University, reported this story as part of Journalism Capstone coursework on World War I. In...

Connecticut students turned soldiers during WWI

By Sandra Gomez-Aceves, SCSU Journalism student Sandra Gomez-Aceves, a journalism student at Southern Connecticut State University, reported this story as part of Journalism Capstone coursework on Wor...

Meriden WWI monument’s location has significance

By Sandra Gomez-Aceves, SCSU Journalism student Sandra Gomez-Aceves, a journalism student at Southern Connecticut State University, reported this story as part of Journalism Capstone coursework on Wor...

Sgt. Stubby and animals of WWI

By Mihai Tripp, SCSU Journalism student Mihai Tripp, a journalism student at Southern Connecticut State University, reported this story as part of Journalism Capstone coursework on World War I. Laura ...