WCSU Theatre Arts Department Awarded Highest Honors at Kennedy Center National Festival in Washington
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WCSU Theatre Arts Department Awarded Highest Honors at Kennedy Center National Festival in Washington

Western Connecticut State University’s fall theatre arts production, “Parade,” was nominated for 14 national awards, winning five, including “Outstanding Production of a Musical,” Outstanding Performance by an Actor…

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Where Drug Abusers Overdose in Connecticut – Part II
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Where Drug Abusers Overdose in Connecticut – Part II

By Andrew Ba Tran | Trendct.org   Rural and poor communities suffered the highest rate of overdoses and it’s only getting worse. In Connecticut, death by drug overdose is more…

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Is It Time to Invest in Brazil?
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Is It Time to Invest in Brazil?

By Karine Rabelo & Jefferson Calili   The economic crisis that Brazil has been facing might have left many investors apprehensive about investing in the country. Many Brazilians that reside in the United States must be questioning if it…

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José Nicolás Bárcenas’ Story
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José Nicolás Bárcenas’ Story

By Maria Danniella Gutiérrez- Salem We may wonder how some people manage to be always happy and have a positive message for us: a fun remark or just a word of encouragement so we can go on. Our…

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2016 Tribuna’s American Dream Awards Gala to Celebrate the Essence of America
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2016 Tribuna’s American Dream Awards Gala to Celebrate the Essence of America

By Celia Palmares   In the words of Condoleezza Rice, “The essence of America — that which really unites us — is not ethnicity or nationality or religion — it is…

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Program Will Empower Everyone as One Multicultural Community
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Program Will Empower Everyone as One Multicultural Community

Our Danbury community is incredibly diverse; however, there is still a long way to go for our various groups to be integrated with one another. I believe that while everyone’s religion or culture…

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Seniors Working Hard for Their Money: 10 Million, Many Ethnic, in Tough Jobs
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Seniors Working Hard for Their Money: 10 Million, Many Ethnic, in Tough Jobs

New America Media, News Report,  Paul Kleyman   A new study estimates that “10.2 million workers ages 58 and older (43.8 percent) were employed either in physically demanding jobs or…

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Protect Your Home and Your Wallet; Beware of Springtime Scammers
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Protect Your Home and Your Wallet; Beware of Springtime Scammers

By Catherine Blinder   This early spring has brought early-blooming flowers, warm weather, longer days and unfortunately, door-to-door scammers who try to take advantage of homeowners in a variety of…

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Great Expectations  “Together We Can Achieve More”
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Great Expectations “Together We Can Achieve More”

 Family University Conference    Sat., April 9, 2016   8:30 am-2:00 pm   Rogers Park Middle School    21 Memorial Dr. Danbury, CT   New format this year!!…

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‘April Fool’s Family Fun Night’
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‘April Fool’s Family Fun Night’

University Child Care Center fundraiser open to public   April Fool’s Day will provide an opportunity for the entire family to have some fun at the Western Connecticut…

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