WWI project earns national recognition

The U.S. World War One Centennial Commission has recognized the Journalism Department for its work telling Connecticut stories of World War I as part of a collaboration with Connecticut State Library....

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....

Self-sacrifice during battle saved soldiers

By Karlie Borges, Chris Kuczo and Phil Zoppi, SCSU Journalism students Karlie Borges, Chris Kuczo and Phil Zoppi, journalism students at Southern Connecticut State University, reported this story in 2...

CT resident recalls great-uncle’s WWI battle

By Katherine G. Krajcik and Josh Falcone, SCSU Journalism students Katherine G. Krajcik and Josh Falcone, journalism students at Southern Connecticut State University, reported this story in 2016 as p...

CT soldier died on the last day of WWI

By Diane Lazarus and Mihai Tripp, SCSU Journalism students Diane Lazarus and Mihai Tripp, journalism students at Southern Connecticut State University, reported this story in 2016 as part of Journalis...

Cmdr. William P. Shea meets wife on WWI ship

By Dylan Haviland, Sandra Gomez-Aceves and Edgar Ayala, SCSU Journalism students Dylan Haviland, Sandra Gomez-Aceves and Edgar Ayala, journalism students at Southern Connecticut State University, repo...

WWI nurse met husband on transport ship

By Dylan Haviland, Sandra Gomez-Aceves and Edgar Ayala, SCSU Journalism students Dylan Haviland, Sandra Gomez-Aceves and Edgar Ayala, journalism students at Southern Connecticut State University, repo...