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The Norwich Bulletin
Norwich siblings turn love of athletics into a businessAcademy, Gina played softball and Tony played football as well as competing in
The Norwich Bulletin / Posted 3 days ago
Academy, Gina played softball and Tony played football as well as competing in track. Gina went on to play softball at Western Connecticut State University and joined the National Guard, where she is a first lieutenant. She also works at Kelly... Read more
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The Register Citizen
Catholic schools combine old teaching model with technologywhere many districts are looking at declining enrollment," said Catherine O'Cal
The Register Citizen / Posted 17 days ago
where many districts are looking at declining enrollment," said Catherine O'Callaghan, chair of the Education Department at Western Connecticut State University. "The key to making this work is going to be professional development for the... Read more
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The Middletown Press
Catholic schools combine old teaching model with technologywhere many districts are looking at declining enrollment," said Catherine O'Cal
The Middletown Press / Posted 17 days ago
where many districts are looking at declining enrollment," said Catherine O'Callaghan, chair of the Education Department at Western Connecticut State University. "The key to making this work is going to be professional development for the... Read more
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The Middletown Press
Middlesex County student news for Feb. 5, 20184.0. They are: Chester resident Michaela Lavy, senior, biology; and Clinton res
The Middletown Press / Posted 17 days ago
4.0. They are: Chester resident Michaela Lavy, senior, biology; and Clinton resident Sofia Sicignano, freshman, psychology Western Connecticut State University DANBURY — Western Connecticut State University has named the following students to the... Read more
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The Greater New Milford Spectrum
Old teaching model and new technology could help save Catholic schoolswhere many districts are looking at declining enrollment,” said Catherine O’Cal
The Greater New Milford Spectrum / Posted 18 days ago
where many districts are looking at declining enrollment,” said Catherine O’Callaghan, chair of the Education Department at Western Connecticut State University. “The key to making this work is going to be professional development for the... Read more
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San Antonio Express-News
Old teaching model and new technology could help save Catholic schoolswhere many districts are looking at declining enrollment,” said Catherine O’Cal
San Antonio Express-News / Posted 18 days ago
where many districts are looking at declining enrollment,” said Catherine O’Callaghan, chair of the Education Department at Western Connecticut State University. “The key to making this work is going to be professional development for the... Read more
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The Greater New Milford Spectrum
Poetry book club to meetOlds) and March 22 (William Butler Yeats). Scrimgeour is a New Milford residen
The Greater New Milford Spectrum / Posted 18 days ago
Olds) and March 22 (William Butler Yeats). Scrimgeour is a New Milford resident and professor emeritus of English at Western Connecticut State University. Participants pick up a packet of poems for the meeting during the first week of each... Read more
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Connecticut Post
Brookfield winery turns to organic growingis growing in popularity throughout the state. Connecticut NOFA will hold its a
Connecticut Post / Posted 19 days ago
is growing in popularity throughout the state. Connecticut NOFA will hold its annual Organicon event in March at Western Connecticut State University in Danbury. “We are excited to hear about their efforts to practice organic farming at... Read more
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Darien News-Review
Brookfield winery turns to organic growingis growing in popularity throughout the state. Connecticut NOFA will hold its a
Darien News-Review / Posted 19 days ago
is growing in popularity throughout the state. Connecticut NOFA will hold its annual Organicon event in March at Western Connecticut State University in Danbury. “We are excited to hear about their efforts to practice organic farming at... Read more
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Stamford Advocate
Stamford High grad shares passion for musicthat, I also joined jazz band, Madrigals, and played for the school plays.” Se
Stamford Advocate / Posted 19 days ago
that, I also joined jazz band, Madrigals, and played for the school plays.” Sette went to college in Boston and then at Western Connecticut State University. After about nine years away, Sette returned to Stamford High with his musical... Read more
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Stamford Advocate
Brookfield winery turns to organic growingis growing in popularity throughout the state. Connecticut NOFA will hold its a
Stamford Advocate / Posted 19 days ago
is growing in popularity throughout the state. Connecticut NOFA will hold its annual Organicon event in March at Western Connecticut State University in Danbury. “We are excited to hear about their efforts to practice organic farming at... Read more
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The News-Times
Old teaching model and new technology could help save Catholic schoolswhere many districts are looking at declining enrollment,” said Catherine O’Cal
The News-Times / Posted 20 days ago
where many districts are looking at declining enrollment,” said Catherine O’Callaghan, chair of the Education Department at Western Connecticut State University. “The key to making this work is going to be professional development for the... Read more
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The Greater New Milford Spectrum
Change to five-day schedule worries some WCSU studentsDANBURY — Western Connecticut State University will change its class schedules
The Greater New Milford Spectrum / Posted 20 days ago
DANBURY — Western Connecticut State University will change its class schedules this fall to stretch courses across all five weekdays, instead of limiting most classes to a Monday-to-Thursday schedule. The change is necessary to continue offering a... Read more
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The News-Times
Change two five-day schedule worries some WCSU studentsDANBURY — Western Connecticut State University will change its class schedules
The News-Times / Posted 20 days ago
DANBURY — Western Connecticut State University will change its class schedules this fall to stretch courses across all five weekdays, instead of limiting most classes to a Monday-to-Thursday schedule. The change is necessary to continue offering a... Read more
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The Greater New Milford Spectrum
Concert to benefit Loaves and Fishesseries Feb. 4 at 3 p.m. Percussionist Dr. Greg Haynes and pianist Dr. Laurel L
The Greater New Milford Spectrum / Posted 21 days ago
series Feb. 4 at 3 p.m. Percussionist Dr. Greg Haynes and pianist Dr. Laurel Larsen, both assistant professors of music at Western Connecticut State University, will be joined by trumpeteer Jens Larsen, a faculty member in the usic department at... Read more
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The News-Times
K’s Café opens in Danbury Librarymore than 10 years in the food service industry and serves as operations manage
The News-Times / Posted 22 days ago
more than 10 years in the food service industry and serves as operations manager for the Sodexo dining and catering team at Western Connecticut State University. The café will be the first restaurant-style venture for the American-born son of... Read more
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The Greater New Milford Spectrum
K’s Café opens in Danbury Librarymore than 10 years in the food service industry and serves as operations manage
The Greater New Milford Spectrum / Posted 22 days ago
more than 10 years in the food service industry and serves as operations manager for the Sodexo dining and catering team at Western Connecticut State University. The café will be the first restaurant-style venture for the American-born son of... Read more
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The Register Citizen
Father and son share a love of music with new store on Main Street in Winstedback to the guitar, and decided to pursue music in his education. He now plays
The Register Citizen / Posted 27 days ago
back to the guitar, and decided to pursue music in his education. He now plays guitar and drums, and studies jazz at Western Connecticut State University in Danbury. On the weekends, Sam plans to offer lessons and help out at the shop as... Read more
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Hartford Courant
Immigration Forum At Western Connecticut State UniversityEsty at a community forum about the Dream Act, immigration, DACA and related is
Hartford Courant / Posted 29 days ago
Esty at a community forum about the Dream Act, immigration, DACA and related issues at the federal level. Esty joined undocumented students, allies and advocates of immigrants at Western Connecticut State University in Danbury on Wednesday mo... Read more
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Hartford Courant
Esty Discusses DACA Prospects At Danbury Roundtablehas begun to unravel. At a roundtable discussion Wednesday with undocumented s
Hartford Courant / Posted 29 days ago
has begun to unravel. At a roundtable discussion Wednesday with undocumented students, faculty and community leaders at Western Connecticut State University, Rep. Elizabeth Esty opened a window on the congressional machinations that have... Read more
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The News-Times
Esty calls on Danbury advocates to mobilize support for immigration dealliving in the country. “There is a leadership problem - especially in the Hous
The News-Times / Posted 29 days ago
living in the country. “There is a leadership problem - especially in the House,” Esty told a gathering of 40 people at Western Connecticut State University in downtown Danbury, referring to a debate in Congress about the Deferred Action for... Read more
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The Greater New Milford Spectrum
Esty calls on Danbury advocates to mobilize support for immigration dealliving in the country. “There is a leadership problem - especially in the Hous
The Greater New Milford Spectrum / Posted 29 days ago
living in the country. “There is a leadership problem - especially in the House,” Esty told a gathering of 40 people at Western Connecticut State University in downtown Danbury, referring to a debate in Congress about the Deferred Action for... Read more
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The Middletown Press
Monday’s musings: A high school week of terrific highs, tough lowshe scored 25 points in Portland’s 58-38 win over Coginchaug Saturday ... his br
The Middletown Press / Posted 1 months ago
he scored 25 points in Portland’s 58-38 win over Coginchaug Saturday ... his brother Evan, who played at Xavier, plays for Western Connecticut State University. Congratulations to the Hale-Ray boys basketball team which won its first in overtime... Read more
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Stamford Advocate
Danbury exhibit showcases multimedia artistsEleven artists who work in more than one medium are featured in an exhibition a
Stamford Advocate / Posted 1 months ago
Eleven artists who work in more than one medium are featured in an exhibition at Western Connecticut State University “Parallel Practices” is designed to showcase the cross-pollination of ideas and the unexpected variety of expression that is... Read more
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Connecticut Post
Danbury exhibit showcases multimedia artistsEleven artists who work in more than one medium are featured in an exhibition a
Connecticut Post / Posted 1 months ago
Eleven artists who work in more than one medium are featured in an exhibition at Western Connecticut State University “Parallel Practices” is designed to showcase the cross-pollination of ideas and the unexpected variety of expression that is... Read more
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Greenwich Time
Danbury exhibit showcases multimedia artistsEleven artists who work in more than one medium are featured in an exhibition a
Greenwich Time / Posted 1 months ago
Eleven artists who work in more than one medium are featured in an exhibition at Western Connecticut State University “Parallel Practices” is designed to showcase the cross-pollination of ideas and the unexpected variety of expression that is... Read more
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Darien News-Review
Danbury exhibit showcases multimedia artistsEleven artists who work in more than one medium are featured in an exhibition a
Darien News-Review / Posted 1 months ago
Eleven artists who work in more than one medium are featured in an exhibition at Western Connecticut State University “Parallel Practices” is designed to showcase the cross-pollination of ideas and the unexpected variety of expression that is... Read more
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