Central Connecticut Cutting Golf, Scholarships To Save MoneyCentral Connecticut State University has announced it will eliminate its men's and women's golf teams as part of an effort to ensure it can sustain a Division I athletics program.
Report: 6 CT PDs, State Police Troop Stop Minorities At High RatesSix town police departments in Connecticut and a state police troop have such unusually high rates of stopping black and Hispanic drivers that their data will be studied further to try to determine why, according to a report released Thursday.
Report: Connecticut Police Stopping Minorities at High RatesA new report on Connecticut police traffic stops singles out six local departments and a state police troop for having high rates of pulling over minorities and says those agencies will be analyzed further.
Puerto Rican Students Start Classes at Central ConnecticutA group of students who had their studies interrupted by Hurricane Maria in Puerto Rico are starting a new set of classes at Central Connecticut State University.
CCSU Faculty Senate Votes No Confidence In Ojakian, RegentsCentral Connecticut State University faculty late this afternoon voted no confidence in the leadership of the Connecticut State Colleges and Universities system.
Audit: Police Underreporting Required Racial Profiling DataPolice in Connecticut's capital city have failed to report thousands of traffic stops as required by a state law aimed to prevent racial profiling, data analysts said Friday.
Drone Video Maker Testifies In Lawsuit Seeking CCSU ReinstatementA former Central Connecticut State University student known for online videos of drones firing a gun and a flame thrower today testified as part of his lawsuit seeking to be reinstated at the school.
Connecticut Police Training Bill Under Fire From CopsConnecticut law enforcement officials are fighting an attempt to have some police training developed by analysts who have reported about potential racial profiling by officers across the state.
Search On For 2 State University PresidentsSearches are under way for new leaders for two schools in the Connecticut state university system.
CCSU Professor ResignsRavi Shankar, the Central Connecticut State University professor, arrested last year for shoplifting, has resigned his position at the university.
CCSU President Says Muslim Student Was Verbally HarassedCentral Connecticut State University's president is urging the campus community to reach out and let Muslims know they are safe and welcome after a student reported she was verbally harassed.
University Professors Upset With Proposed Labor ContractProfessors and students at Connecticut's four state universities are upset with proposed contract changes they say will allow professors to be transferred from campus to campus, and lead to more part-time faculty, the elimination of academic programs, and larger class sizes.

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